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Saturday, 18 July 2020

Dim Sum Breakfast At The New Restoran Kok Thai, Ipoh.

Early yesterday morning, we went for morning walk. After that, we got ready and waited for our friends. We are going to have dim sum for breakfast at the newly opened Restoran Kok Thai (Ipoh) at 28, Jalan Raja Dr Nazrin Shah (formerly known as Kampar Home Cuisine Restaurant). After scanning the QR code and our temperature, we were led to a table.
We waited for the cart to bring the dim sum to our table.
We started with the above 4 dim sum items.
Steamed fish paste.
Har mai (prawn dumpling).
Siew mai.
Har gao or prawn dumplings.
Crispy fried shrimp rolls with mayonnaise.
Crispy fried taro dumpling or woo kok.
Hong Kong chee cheong fun (steamed flat rice rolls) with prawn filling.
Congee with dried oyster, century egg and salted egg in clay pot. This is enough to fill 5 small bowls.
Last item, something sweet. Glutinous sesame balls.
Promotion: Order 1 pot of tea, free 1 pot of tea.
One pot puer tea, one pot king tea.
Dim sum breakfast for 4 people = RM69.95
(inclusive of 6% service charge)
Morning sky, 6:50 am at the lake park.
Amata Huebneri, the wasp moths in my garden.


Don't store up treasures here on earth, where moths eat them and

rust destroys them, and where thieves break in and steal.

Store your treasures in heaven, where moths and rust cannot destroy,

and thieves do not break in and steal.

where your treasure is, there is the desires of your heart will also be.

(Matthew 6:19-21, New Living Translation-NLT)

52 comments:

  1. Hello, Nancy
    Your shrimp rolls look yummy. Love the pretty sky image. The wasp moth is pretty, I like the colors and details on this insect. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day, have a great weekend. PS, thanks for the comment and visit.

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    1. Thank you, Eileen for hosting. Have a great weekend too.

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  2. I miss having dim sum. Months since my dim sum breakfast, which we did almoat every month at our favourite dim sum restaurant.

    The sesame ball looked yummy.

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    1. This is the 2nd dim sum breakfast we had after MCO.

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  3. ...now those are different breakfasts for me. The wasp moths sure are colorful.

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  4. Hello dear Nancy!
    All the plates look delicious! Like the Crispy fried shrimp rolls !
    Beautiful sky ! Like the colors of the wasp!
    Have a lovely weekend! Stay safe!
    Dimi...

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  5. I still don't dare to dine in at dim sum places. Will wait till year end. So delicious your dim sum. Are there many people eating dim sum?

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    1. The restaurants we went to observe the sop of MCO. The tables are placed far apart at a safe distance.

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    2. At least in Ipoh there are no cases. Today, in brickfields, there are restaurant workers with no symptoms but found to be infected so in KL have to be more careful because it is the workers not other customers so tables placed apart won't help much.

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    3. Hopefully the situation stays the same. Hope people will not become complacent and forget to wear mask. Sometimes I too forget so I keep some mask in my bag.

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  6. The food does look really nice...trust you enjoyed.

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  7. I love all "dim sum," but the most is "Siew mai." ....yummy

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  8. I love the food containers in the fist photos...wondering what they are made of. They look like they would keep the food warm.

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    1. They are made of wood with yellow plastic rims.

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  9. wow that's a dimsum heaven! I wish I could have some too, Nancy.

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  10. Me encantó el post, gracias por compartirlo. Besos. Te sigo para no perderme nada.

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  11. We saw some of the Wasp moths when we hiked this week. They sure are colorful and pretty. Happy weekend. Enjoy your delicious meals.

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  12. The Dim sum are so CUTE! Especially the sesame balls.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  13. Sesame balls look so delicious :)

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  14. Wonderful dim sum. I tasted the best dim sum at the Peninsula Hotel in Hong Kong. It was made to order and so very fresh and delicious.

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  15. That looks like a great place to eat, and that moth looks like he does not know if he wants to be a moth or a wasp or both. Very pretty, though.

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  16. Yum, the food looks delicious! it's so nice you were able to go out and eat again! :)

    Hope that you are having a great weekend :) We had our first birthday party yesterday after the relaxed restrictions and it was so much fun!

    Away From Blue

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  17. The skin of the har gow and chee chong fun seems a bit thick in this shop.

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    1. The har gow is okay but the chee cheong fun is not to our taste.

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  18. Love Dim sum and the Wasp Moths are very pretty. Have a good day Diane

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  19. La comida es estupenda. Besitos.

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  20. Your photos are so tempting ... I've had dim sum in Toronto, Hong Kong, and a few places in the US, so I have tried most of those varieties, but yours are really pretty.

    be well... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  21. Your photos of dim sum bring back memories. When I was in the southern China for business, I sometimes took cheong fun and woo kok with breakfast.

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  22. Nice to eat dim sum once ina while.

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    1. I have a friend who can eat dim sum everyday.

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