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Saturday, 31 October 2020

Dinner At Restoran Hong Feng, Ipoh

Our friends who have eaten in this restaurant recommended it to us. We have been here once years ago and it was under a different management. This place is now under a new management and we thought we can give it a try on our Friday eat-out dinner with friends. We ordered the following for 4 people.

Braised mutton brisket in clay pot.
Spicy sambal stinky beans with minced meat.
Green veggie stir fried with fermented bean curd.
Tofu with thick sauce.
Total cost of dinner (incl. rice & water) = RM85.40
Free agar-agar dessert on the house.
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Flowers I saw by the roadside on my morning walks.
Pretty yellow flowers from the Ochna serrulata (Micky Mouse plant).
Red petals and green berries from the same Ochna serrulata (Micky Mouse plant).
One morning when the sky was overcast, I noticed a bird right on top of this tree in front of my house and it was chirping away.
2 white egrets perched on a sign board by the roadside.
I took this snapshot from the passenger seat of a moving car.


The righteous keep moving forward,

and those with clean hands become stronger and stronger.

(Job 17:9, New Living Translation-NLT)


49 comments:

  1. Seems the food is tangy. The snapshots of the flowers are pretty indeed. The take from a moving position is skillful.

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  2. The food looks especially tasty today. Yum.

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  3. Such a delicious and mouthwatering dinner! Have a great weekend, Nancy.

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  4. Wonder why the plant is named mickey mouse, it has a lovely yellow colour.

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    1. I think it is the flowers or the berries that make it look like mickey mouse.

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    2. Looked up and this is what I found ".....plant's ripe black fruit, which upside down resembles the ears of Mickey Mouse, and bright-red sepals, which resembles his trousers....."

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    3. Thank you, Monika for providing the interesting information. I will take a closer look the next time I pass by this plant.

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  5. Hello,
    Your meals look delicious! The flowering plant is beautiful. I love hearing the birds singing. They are usually in the tops of trees, not down low where you can see them better. Great capture of the Egrets on the sign. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your day and weekend! PS, thank you for leaving me a comment.

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. Thanks for hosting and have a great weekend.

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  6. Cute post! I wont to try the dishes )))

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  7. ...Mickey Mouse plant is new to me.

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    1. I see these plants around but they are not very common.

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  8. Como en casa y hoy el menú, está compuesto por un caldo, que previamente saqué de cuando estaba elaborando un cocido. A ese caldo le agrego fiedeos, huevo duro picado y taquitos de jamón.

    De segundo pescado frito y de postre algo de fruta.

    Muy bonitas las fotografías.

    Besos

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  9. The "mickey mouse plant" is really cool! I love seeing your foodie photos! :)

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  10. Always love all the good food and pretty flowers here. Enjoy the weekend Nancy.

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  11. I like that Mickey Mouse plant.. I have never heard of it before.

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  12. The Egrets are a neat sighting and I love the delicate flowers you see on your walk! Enjoy your delicious meals this weekend!

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  13. The sambal petai is truly inviting. THe photo of the egret was well taken.

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  14. The dessert is such a pretty pastel.

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  15. The mickey mouse plant looks really interesting. Your meal looks interesting also, and it's always good to have friends along.

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  16. Nice photos of birds and flowers. The dishes are all do tasty especially the mutton in clay pot. Was the mutton very tender?

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  17. Mickey Mouse is a plant, who knew, not me.............

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    1. The person who named it must be a Mickey Mouse fan.

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  18. That name for a plant, Mickey Mouse, is a new one for me, too. Very nice restaurant, i hope the new management is doing a good job.

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  19. Oo mutton brisket looks good and the stinky beans too.

    I always try to look for Mickey mouse on that plant! Still can't see it LOL.

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    1. I think I will take a closer look the next time I pass by this plant. If I can find one that look like Mickey Mouse, I will take a snapshot to show. Hehehe.

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  20. Marvelous blooms,Interesting name for the plant Mickey mouse..Droolworthy cuisine.Thanks for joining Garden Affair .

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