Thursday 15 December 2022

Visit Expo At Stadium Indera Mulia On A Sunday

It was Sunday morning. Even though we like the shredded chicken noodle in our area, hubby wanted to go to Kafe Little Nam Yeong in town. What attracts him there is their blanched jelly fish and beansprout dish.

2 bowls of shredded chicken noodle (koay teow) or kai si hor fun.
Side order: blanched beansprouts and jelly fish with Thai sauce.
After breakfast, we went to church and after church, we went to the indoor stadium.
ifood Expo at indoor Stadium Indera Mulia. It was the last day of the expo.
Food machinery.
This machine can make "cendol", green flour used for making dessert.
Saw this bunch of oil palm fruits at one of the stalls.
Saw this cute thing at another stall.
We came away from the expo with 2 pairs of walking shoes. One for hubby and one for me.
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That evening's dine-out dinner with friends.
I think this is Marmite chicken.
Brinjals or eggplants with minced pork.
Steamed Tilapia with Nyonya sauce.
From this side, the fish with wide open mouth can be seen.
This is the best and most tasty dish of the evening.
Total cost of dinner = RM93.80 for 4 people.

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39 comments:

  1. The blanched beansprouts and jelly fish with Thai sauce looks good. So cheap, your dinner for 4 and you all had fish! I paid RM95 for our dinner for 3, no fish. In my blogpost today! :(

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    1. Thank you, STP. This is only Tilapia. If it is grouper, it will costs more.

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  2. I am very sure I would enjoy the blanched beansprouts and jelly fish!

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  3. I miss jelly fish! The sauce sounds really great too.

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  4. I would love that marmite chicken!

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  5. I have never seen palm fruits like this!

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  6. the nyonya fish is my favorite!

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    1. Thank you, Nux. It looks and tastes delicious.

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  7. That exhibit looks great! And all the yummy food, too. Sadly atm I don´t taste anything so all I can enjoy is the look! Will have to do! :-)

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  8. The expo looks great, glad you got some new shoes for walking. Hugs, Valerie

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  9. Siempre estupenda la comida. Besos.

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  10. The expo looks really interesting! Thanks for sharing
    Julia x
    https://www.thevelvetrunway.com/

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  11. Jelly fish I've never seen in food menus Oregon. Interesting. Food looks delicious. Expo looked interesting. I'm making a double batch of cookies ­čŹ¬ today. May put MnMs in it.
    Have a blessed day.

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  12. Interesting dish. Keep well Diane

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  13. No matter where you go, you always eat well. As much as you walk, you will be using your new walking shoes.

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    1. Thank you, Yogi. Keeping the new shoes on standby in case my current shoes wears out.

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  14. It looks like a fun outing at the Expo. Walking shoes are a must!

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  15. Thank you Nancy. Seldom see jelly fish dish unless during banquets. Thank you for the photos of the expo. Dinner looks good especially the fish. What is the name of the shop for your dinner?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. It is Restoran Number One Mei Sik Wan, Jalan Raja Permaisuri Bainun (Kampar Road), Ipoh.

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    2. Thank you Nancy for the name of the shop.

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  16. Parece una buena exposici├│n. Me dio ganas de pollo. https://enamoradadelasletras.blogspot.com/

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  17. The broth of the kshf looks nice and thick.

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