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Bali Assam House With My Old Classmates

So happy to receive a message last night for a meet up and "Food Session" this afternoon.  My friend came and picked the three of us up and off we adjourned to our last-minute suggestion place called Bali Assam House in Medan Ipoh Bistari.

It was almost one and the place was quite packed.  We managed to get a table for the four of us and since this was the first time for my friends, I did the ordering.  Actually it was the first time for me to taste these dishes too... except for the assam curry fish head.
Seafood paste coated with nestum...
Sambal Paku Pakis with Petai
Assam Curry Cod Fish Head...
Their Signature Barbeque Pork...
Four dishes for the four of us!
The bill came to RM63.20 plus drinks and rice.
One of my friends brought a cake along...
A very meaningful cake....
To Good Health & Happiness!
Thanks for the great time, Ladies!
Please make another trip back to Ipoh soon, E!
This time we will go for a Makan And Nyanyi Session too!
hahahaaaaa...

Comments

  1. Now, THIS place, I like... Drool! Drool!!! Hmmm...you're the slimmest of them all... Ok ok lah, the prettiest also lah! Muahahahahahaha!!!!

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    1. Hey.. don't say that...not a beauty line here.. as long as everyone is healthy and happy, it is all that counts!

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  2. I loves the foods except the petai, no thank you, not to my liking, hehe...

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    1. You should try them, Sharon.. good for health.. :)

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  3. Wahhh, Claire, every dish is so yummy and delicious. I like them all including the cake. Yes, to good health and happiness. It is good to make effort to meet up once in a while.

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    1. I agree completely... really wonderful to catch up with one another...

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  4. Sambal paku pakis and petai sounds like a dish perfectly spooned over rice!

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    1. Indeed it is... I also haven't tried that till yesterday..

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  5. Char siew for me, the rest for you! ;)

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  6. wah only slightly more than RM60 for those?? got curry fish head and char siew leh, that is cheap, and the food looks good!! and so thoughtful of your friend to bring along a cake, kudos!!

    p/s: over here probably the fish head curry already more than RM60!! haha..

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    1. So I think I cannot survive in KL in my meagre pay.. Ipoh is still fine with me.. hahaha... but now the standard is also rising every now and then...

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  7. I like the petai dish! Good to see all of you doing some catching up!

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  8. Very special! My very favorite picture is you four pretty ladies!! Not making your peace sign because you are too full? Ha ha!!

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  9. Wah sekali pandang I like the seafood tofu (?) and assam curry fish dish already.. Cake looks good too.. Pandan? Nice gathering..

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    1. Good food, good company... what more can I ask.. :)

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  10. Wow, all mouth watering dishes. Indeed good food with great company. Am drooling now.

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  11. Aiyoh Claire! I am drooling over the food especially the assam fish head. I love this claypot dish very much. It has been a while since I ate assam fish head.

    Gosh! I am hungry now. Time for lunch. ^^

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  12. It is always wonderful meeting up with good friends and having a good meal!

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  13. wah all my fav dishes...seeing it already 'lao hau sui' ...The "good health and happiness cake" seems like contrast coz it is full of cream & fattening...haha. Anyway, whatever wishes it brings, jst wallop only ler ;-)

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    1. Yeah yeah... fattening.. all also fattening... I must exercise la!!

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    1. Oh, you like char siew... I also like but not those reddish ones...

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  15. mmmnnn.. I love the petai dishes! I am now expert in cooking the Assam Curry Vegetables after eating so often at restaurants.

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