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Thursday, 23 January 2020

Dinner At Restoran Wong Sheng, Ipoh

We appreciate the times that we get to spend with friends and we usually do so over meals. On this particular day, we had Prawn Noodle for breakfast. This coffee shop is usually very packed with customers. After a few minutes of waiting, we finally got a table good enough for the 6 of us.
I wanted to try something new but always ended up ordering prawn noodle.
 Kopi C kosing for me and Kopi O kosong for hubby.
(Kopi C kosong = coffee with evaporated milk without sugar)
(Kopi O kosong = black coffee without sugar)
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After breakfast we parted and went separate ways. In the evening, we met up again for dinner at Restoran Wong Sheng.
 Steamed taro with pork belly.
 Blanched glass lettuce.
 Deep fried Tilapia with their signature Nyonya sauce.
3 dishes for 6 people? No, one more dish on the way.
Assorted vegetables with salted egg yolk. The best is the deep fried crispy lotus root slices. The night was still early and we were thinking of having dessert later.

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46 comments:

  1. lotus root, yam and glass lettuce...my favorite!

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    1. Thank you, dear. Most times, we order the same type of dishes.

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  2. Tilapia with nyonya sauce looks SO good!

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  3. I love that veggie stirfry with salted egg yolks!

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  4. Ah! That dish reminded me of lotus root chips :)

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  5. ...the deep fried Tilapia sure is decorated.

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  6. Steamed taro sounds so tasty!

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  8. Oh my. I'm starving now. When is breakfast.

    Have a fabulous day, my friend. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a fabulous weekend!

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  9. I love lotus root. My grandmother used to fry them with seasoned beef and egg-flour batter. Delicious!

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    1. Your grandmother's recipe sounds delicious indeed. I have yet to try frying them at home.

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  10. The lettuce dish looks so good. I have never seen one like it.

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    1. This lettuce is the iceberg lettuce, blanched in boiling water and drizzled with garlic oil, soy sauce and oyster sauce. Simple and tasty.

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  11. Now I need to go eat lunch! I am hungry. I just discovered lotus root. So wonderful!

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  12. I want that steamed taro with pork belly, i can eat lots of rice with that.

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    1. This place serves delicious steamed taro with pork belly.

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  13. Jak zawsze pyszne dania i piękne fotografie. Nigdy nie jadłam korzenia lotosu . Miłego wieczoru:)

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  14. coffee look attractive...and other foods so yummy

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  15. Yum what a delicious day of food! :)

    Hope that you are having a great week :)

    Away From Blue

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  16. The coffee looks like something i want to try, too.

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  17. 4 dishes for 6 people sounds good! Well 2 are veg so not too bad.

    I'd get confused with the drink variations of 'O', 'C', kosong, peng, kaw... Luckily my personal choices are simple ones!

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    1. I used to get confused too but now all cleared. Hubby used to complain I am so fussy with my drinks. Lol!

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  18. que interesantes, me gustaría probarlo casi todo

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