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Wednesday, 18 December 2019

Dinner At Restoran Wah Chai, Bandar Baru Menglembu.

It was a Friday and it was not a bright, sunny day. Throughout the whole day, the sky looked like it was going to pour down heavy rain any time. We were able to enjoy our early morning walk at the park.
Morning sky at 6:50 am at the park.
That evening, it was our usual Friday dinner with friends. We wanted to try a new place in Menglembu, we had the address but we need Waze app to direct us to the exact location.
Koon Poh Snakehead fish meat slices
(cooked with onions, ginger, dried chilies and spring onions)
Herbal and wine soup cooked with the bony parts of the Snakehead fish.
Paku Pakis fern cooked with spicy prawn paste. 
Fried tofu with minced meat gravy.
Sourish stewed pork leg in clay pot.
It was a delightful and satisfying dinner for 6 people.


Feed the hungry! Help those in trouble!

Then your light will shine out from the darkness,

and the darkness around you shall be as bright as day.

And The Lord will guide you continually

and satisfy you with all good things, and keep you healthy too;

and you will be like a well-watered garden,

like an ever-flowing spring.

(Isaiah 58:10-11, The Living Bible-TLB)

50 comments:

  1. I can eat a lot of rice with the tofu in minced meat gravy and the sourish stewed pork leg.

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  2. Interesting are snakehead fish, have been reading about them..

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  3. Naprawdę smacznie to wygląda . Miłego dnia:)

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  4. ...snakehead fish is a new one for me!

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    1. This freshwater fish is very sought after by restaurants in this area especially.

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  5. Homey, packed full of flavours..Such an amazing dinner!

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  6. Beautiful sky shot...worth getting up early to see that.

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  7. I want you to know that looking at this food this morning I heard my stomach growl. Very loudly too. Everything looks so very good.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Hope you had a great breakfast after visiting my blog. Happy day!

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  8. Glad you enjoyed the friday dinner and the weather there seems similar to our in Chennai, south of India.

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  10. Todo se ve muy rico Nancy, curioso el plato con ese pez cabeza de serpiente. Un beso.

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  11. Hi Nancy. Everyday I get excited to see what you have in your blog for the dishes you show. Many times I wished I could eat along with you but I'll be honest with you, there are a few of them I would let them pass along. LOL See ya my friend.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. I understand, Paul. Some of our dishes do not look appealing nor appetizing to you as you are not used to them.

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    2. But I would still want to sit with you and enjoy a breakfast, lunch and dinner my friend.

      Cruisin Paul

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    3. Thank you, Paul. That is nice, you are always welcome.

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  12. Oh, this eatery has sourish stewed pork leg too. it is not similar to vinegar pork trotter is it?

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  13. Love that sky at the top and the food looks delicius. Have a good day Diane

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  14. Isn't it amazing how those things can get us where we want to go?

    Fascinating skies and very good food!

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. We find it very convenient and helpful.

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  15. Do you eat the bones in the soup? Beautiful sky picture!

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. I usually will pick whatever meat there is off the bones.

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  16. Siempre comida muy interesante. Besos y buen día.

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  17. I never try snakehead fish. Must be specialty over there.

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  18. Your morning shot is stunning! The food looks quite tasty.

    It's terrific to see you at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

    My Corner of the World

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    1. Thank you, Betty for hosting. Have a great day!

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  19. Lots of interesting dishes. I've never heard of snakehead fish before. Is it a mild tasting fish? - Margy

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    1. This fish can be cooked in many ways, either in soup or fried, etc.

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  20. Do you need to take the whole fish, hence the two styles of cooking?

    Need lots of rice to do this meal justice... mmmm.

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