Sunday, May 23, 2010

Dinner At Yoke Fook Moon

Today is Sunday and it was just me and my girl.... minus my mum who phoned to say she had already taken. My girl was super happy, she said we could "yang toi kwok" already... wonder whether she knows the meaning of that... (a couple having a private time together) What she had meant was mother and daughter bonding time (if she is in a good mood, she can be funny)...

Both both of us were pondering over what to eat... while I drove, she gave a few suggestions and finally we ended here.... for the first time, we had Dim Sum for dinner!

it was almost 7pm when we reached...
a fully renovated Yoke Fook Moon...

char siew pau came first..

steaming hot and tasted fabulous
both of us liked it...

my porridge, not bad too.. lots of varieties inside..

groundnut dessert..

our favorite chee cheong fun

almonds prawn balls & egg tart

then lastly, my girl ordered lor mai kai
(glutinous chicken rice)
That did it!! I am feeling over-full now...
The bill came to RM21 for this sumptuous dinner..
It will be a long while before we step there once again..

46 comments:

  1. Ooohh, looks yummy and great food to eat on a warm day. I love simply and less oily food.

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  2. waaaa....you two ah..mother and daughter really know how to enjoy...:)) never take me also :p

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  3. What a coincident! I also had dim sum for dinner just now, but obviously yours look more delicious. Where is the dim sum restaurant?

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  4. rose: oily la.. that is why when eat dim sum, must drink lots of chinese tea...


    elin: my girl la... she suggested and i m 20rm poorer.. hahhaa...


    caroline: hey, u r back in action?

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  5. saoirse: u too? so how r u feeling now.. i am feeling "chai chai"

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  6. Hello. Thank you for your comment. I don't like this food. I like KFC and fried food :)

    Benghui

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  7. Clair: You captured the food so nicely, no wonder you are full.

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  8. the groundnut dessert looks smooth n yummy :D n i want the almond prawn balls too :P hungry dy..

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  9. Wah dim sum for dinner! Must be feeling very full even when you slept that night eh? I know I would be!

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  10. benghui: i m sure u do..hahhaaa..


    fishingguy: hope u can try this one day...


    merryn: but not sweet enough..yes the almond prawns are nice though..


    sweetwitch: i m still sitting up now. cannot sleep yet.. too full..

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  11. went there for lunch before...last july...not that nice coz we arrive near closing time. sob sob

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  12. Dim Sum for dinner?
    Quite unique woh...
    Never tried before.

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  13. I thing Char siew pow is the best for me. :D

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  14. kathy: yeah..lunch sau tong already.. night time fresh ones come out...


    mingna: me also first time with girl...

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  15. tekkaus: yes, we agreed with u!!

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  16. aiyoooooooooooooo lor mai kai, i love you!!!!!

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  17. dim sum for dinner? not a bad idea..

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  18. Very reasonable price. I had dim sum for lunch today.

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  19. irene: next time eat in morning..not night.. hahaha..


    wenn: girl la. she wanted.. i also 50/50.. but ate also..


    pete: u too? sunday seems to be the day for dim sum.. :p

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  20. Waaaaaa.... those stuff so yummy! The lor mai kai... delicious! I oso makan-ed some today... next time post it up. :P

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  21. Wah only rm21 for dimsum!
    +Ant+

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  22. Looks like quite expensive la... hmmm...

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  23. waaaaaaaa the char siew bao looked very nice the color of the inti har...waaaa....can oredi imagine the taste hahaahah

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  24. Yum! Wah...the porridge so smooth!!! Love it like that but dunno how they get it to be like that. Must try one day...maybe grind the rice.

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  25. cleff: next time i better not eat glutinous rice in the evening.. very very indigestible! cannot say expensive or cheap.. it is like this if u go to this type of places.


    graitude: cheap ah? ok lar for a restaurant.. i expected this price..


    manglish: yearning or not? hahaha... so when coming back?


    stp: no need to grind.. when it is cooking, all u have is to stir it.. or better still before u cook the porridge, put a dash of salt into the beras before mix it up.. this way, when it is boiling, it will become smooth..

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  26. Long time didn't eat peanut tong sui, like it smooth.

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  27. The char siew pau look so tempting!! i'm hungry already!

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  28. pete: it is smooth but not sweet enough, even the groundnut is not that strong.. i prefer another stall..


    hayley, going to be lunch time soon!


    flo: hahaha.. hope u got tissue around..

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  29. oh..dimsum for dinner? btw, is this where fu san is? the same street?

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  30. I heard that Yoke Fook Moon is nicer than Fu San. The renovated retaurant looked better than the previous time. Dim Sun for dinner is a new idea for me. I must remember that when I am in Ipoh again.

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  31. Oh dear, Claire. You always makes me lick my mouth when u post up pics like that. I love Fah Sang Woo. Have you ever tried Fah Sang Woo in Menglembu? SInce i was born there, this place has the most nicest fah sang woo and Chee Mah Woo. It is just opposite Menglembu police station, further up. Keep left when you reach the two groundnuts. Go further up, before the traffic light, just opposite the wet market of Menglembu, is this shop inside the house compound. Curry mee is absolutely awesome. Yummy.

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  32. Groundnut dessert. I like.. I always dabau from Sec. 17 in PJ at RM2.00 per plastic bowl. Yummy! Ipoh is really a food haven!!

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  33. Those are yummy treats! I'm getting hungry already.

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  34. barb: yes. right..same street one..


    sheoh yan: a lot of ppl complained foo san is no good liow.. so we go for smaller scales.. cheaper also i think..


    cy: thanks for the directions! u know, pasir pinji also got .. famous one.. but i wanna try the menglembu one first.. hope evening got?


    inspiredmum: yes, indeed it is.. but we locals are used to it now..

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  35. too bad it's in Ipoh as Bryan was just asking me last weekend, "why dinner don't have dim sum one?"!

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  36. tg: tis post is to get u started .. :0 hope u have a nice meal after this..


    bryanbrandon's mom: next time come to ipoh and savor this during dinner time... they have noodles as well..

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  37. wahhhh nyummy nyummy... thats why I think of you that time.. hopping can have good food... hahahahah... but nevermind.. nxt time.. ^_^

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  38. cathJ: yeah next time..hope u come again..

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  39. Yummm...i love the porridge and lo ma kai..a must have when i go for dim sum

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  40. mommyling: yes, i love the muih too..

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  41. Nice dimsum! I'd love to try out this delicacy in Ipoh but my hubs said we have to reach there early before they are sold out. That's mean we need to get up early, like in 6am?? :(

    But now, you introduce me this restaurant where serves dim sum at odd hours. Great!! Err... where is it exactly?

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  42. No Claire, evening is close only in the mornings for breakfast, you can try it on Sat or Sun. And since u r there u might as well try the famous Ham Jim Paeng opposite Magnum. If u r interested, let me know and I will show u directions. Cheers. CY

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  43. oh yummy! this reminds me that i also have a dim sum post, long back-dated :-S.

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