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Fantastic Meal In Kok Thai Restaurant Ipoh

And now for the food.... We wanted something "non-spicy" for our dinner and within a minute or two, our orders were taken... that shows we are still "not-so-fussy" ladies?   hahahaaa...

Here's what we have eaten with full satisfaction.....
Four dishes for the six of us.... 
 One of my friends wanted yam with greens... 
This dish is often ordered...
Claypot seafood varieties...
 And this is always a "right" dish....
This time we ordered something different...
"Ying Yeong Cod Fish"
One piece is fried...
And another piece is steamed...
Thus the name "Yin Yeong" Cod Fish...
 Something "pricey" no doubt...
And the total cost for this dinner came to RM208
Food was fantastic...
The cake was fabulous......
.............. everyone has a marvelous time!................
(Lots of "ingredients" added)
hahahaaaa....

Comments

  1. I thought how could the Ipoh Food Mayor not post about the food in her previous post, haha!! aiyoh simple dishes but definitely look good!! I love the seafood variety pot and the yuen-yong cod fish.. of course the cake as well, and lastly but not least - the GIRLS!!! hahaha.. :p

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  2. You are a regular customer of this restaurant, even the name sounds familiar to me, hihihi....Food looks good especially cod fish. Guess that dish itself costs a bomd.

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    1. Yes, I guess it does though we didn't check out the details.

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  3. Cod fish fried? I have never eaten it like that, always steamed. If my mom sees this, she will scream BLASPHEMY! >.<

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  4. Ahhh the food.. I was wondering yesterday, mou lei yau you didnt take picture of the food gak.. I agree the 'right' dish is always tofu with starchy eggy gravy, cant go wrong with that..

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  5. This birthday celebration really calls for a fabulous meal and you all did order a really delicious meal. I like the fish and tofu dishes.

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    1. Me too.. no need to order a lot.. just the favourite dishes will do. :)

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  6. I love your last picture that you edited!! Are you using a new program? The cake looks very good! It has been snowing here, several inches!! Bad roads, no travel...

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    1. No, my friend used her Sony to do that picture.. :) So Christmas is around the corner... Let it snow, let it snow.. let it snow...

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  7. Oooo...cod fish! Steamed or fried, both nice!!! Yum! Yum!

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  8. I think i'll prefer my codfish steamed instead of deep fried :p

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    1. Normally steamed... can taste the freshness .. but fried, you can taste the "crispyness"...

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  9. Ohh..I love cod fish but so expensive. But on this occasion to celebrate, can lah! Love all the other dishes too :)

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    1. Yes, expensive.. we better buy it from the grocery stall...

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