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Tuesday, 19 January 2021

Dinner At Restoran Wan Li Xiang Roaster, Ipoh

These days it usually rains in the afternoon or evening, so we can continue our morning walk.

Sunrise at 7:42am
Morning walk, on the way home after breakfast.
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It's a Friday, so my kitchen is closed.
We went back to Restoran Wan Li Xiang Roaster for dinner. Spacious and not crowded.
Soft silky tofu with angled luffa.
Baby Chinese Kai Lan with roast pork.
As you can see, the roast pork was mostly fat.
We went there specially for this Dragon Tiger Grouper fish @ RM75.
Everyone enjoyed this steamed fish, very fresh and steamed just right.
Total bill came to RM112 including white rice and plain water.
White bougainvillea in a pot from my front garden.
Red hibiscus by the roadside.
On our walk home I get to enjoy the flowers that are planted by the residents outside their house.
Jaguar Schwinn bicycle hung on the wall of a hotel in Malacca.


Though they patrol their walls night and day against invaders,

their real problem is internal - wickedness and dishonesty

are entrenched in the heart of the city.

(Psalm 55:10, The Living Bible-TLB)

60 comments:

  1. I have never seen Bougainvillea. It is quite lovely, and different looking.

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  2. the Ipoh folks can dine-in restaurant? how nice! steamed fish looks fresh!

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    1. We can dine-in when under CMCO but once we started MCO on 22 Jan, no more dine-in, only for takeaway.

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  3. Delicious steamed fresh grouper to eat when it rains ...., i imagine how delicious it is.

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  4. I want some steamed grouper! Such a yummy meal.

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  5. Wah. Steamed fish!! Yummy. I dont like too fatty pork belly.

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  6. ...that Schwinn is a beauty. I had a bike, but never anything this fancy. Thanks Nancy for sharing.

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  7. Your white bougainvillea is so beautiful!

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  8. I've never heard about Dragon Tiger Grouper fish. I've heard about grouper but it never had a name before. Have a great day Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Over here we have fanciful names for the fishes.

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  9. The flowers are beautiful and the food is divine. I had a taste of each dish.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  10. I like the red hibiscus, so pretty.

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  11. Flowers are so pretty. I've not grown hibiscus yet. I'm a perennial planter but I like a few annual plants as well. Yummy looking food! We got a chicken artichoke bacon veggie pizza for dinner last night. 😋 have a good day!!💜

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    1. It's one I got from Papa Murphy's pizza that are take and bake. It was delicious and 4 slices left for 2 lunches this week.

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    2. We don't have Papa Murphy's pizza but we have Domino & Pizza Hut.

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  12. The fish looks do tasty! The flowers are so pretty! How many people for dinner that day? 4?

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  13. Glad you had an enjoyable time!
    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2021/01/a-peek-at-our-indoor-herb-garden.html

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  14. The fish really does look tasty, yummy!

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  15. Me encanta tu buganvilla. Besos.

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  16. I miss having those dishes. Must wait till MCO is over before I can enjoy dining out again.

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  17. Closing your kitchen on Friday sounds like a great idea.

    Love the flowers.

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    1. Once MCO or movement control order start 22 Jan, my kitchen has to open daily.

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  18. So nice... I miss eating out already...

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  19. I enjoyed all your images. The soup looks especially tasty. You're making me hungry even though I just finished dinner, lol. Enjoy your week.

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  20. Nice shots! The flowers are gorgeous.

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  21. Bougainvillea in your garden pot looks wonderful.
    Love the fish - I bet it was tasty.

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  22. That's beautiful dawn and pretty flowers to brighten your day. I like that cycle model

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  23. I like that soft silky tofu with angled luffa as I like food which are soft and silky.

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  24. Beautiful Bougainvillea .Thanks for joining in Garden Affair. http://jaipurgardening.blogspot.com/

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  25. Bougainvillea is a plant I'd grown up seeing. Used to think they were boring but really they're so beautiful when flowering abundantly like yours are.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. I used to collect bougainvillea plants but now I only keep those without thorns.

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