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Happy Retirement At Mun Choong Restaurant, Ipoh

MET UP WITH MY EX-COLLEAGUES THIS AFTERNOON ... Where there is food, there is laughter and this time round, we gathered to give a Farewell lunch to our Man who is the most "likeable" man in JKR!  I have worked with him since the early 1980s and it is very unfair in a way!  His looks never change.. except for a few wrinkles, he looks pretty much the same as in the 80s! How come one.... Anyway, he is one of my old old buddies... thinking back, it has been more than 30 years since we last know each other... hmmmm... if only things were a bit different then... Ok, what am I babbling about?  Still Jetlag la!!

Back to my main purpose of this post...
This lunch is very special, we held it at Mun Choong Restaurant, Pasir Puteh.... 
Today is special because it is a All Ladies' Lunch with One Man... 
Focusing all our attention to him...
And the first dish....
Second... Peking duck....
And Boonie is teaching us how to do it without chopsticks....
Sweet Sour Crispy Fried Fish...
Big head prawns... the restaurant's specialty...
Fresh and Fragrant...
Ducklet meat... 
 Eaten with lettuce....
And remaining meat was cooked into a broth
 A dish of mixed Vegetables...
Followed by fried noodles and a dessert...
So... here's wishing you Happy Retirement, Mr. Foo!
Do keep in touch....


  1. Happy retirement to Mr Foo! Indeed he is the thorn among the roses. Lol.

    Nice food spread.

  2. Another one joining you and Elin's club! Food looks so good - the first dish, the favourite, the fish, the prawns, everything!!!! All look so so so nice! Your anak kahwin, have reception here and invite me, ok? Hehehehehe!!!!

    1. hehehe... I am also looking forward towards that... lets wait and see who gets married first.. :)

  3. This Mr Foo must be delighted to be the only rose among the thorns hee..hee... All the dishes I like!

    1. Hope he likes to be the "thorn" for one day.. hahaha

  4. All the food looks so good. I can see Mr. Foo looks happy to be surrounded by all the beautiful ladies.

    1. Young and old alike.. hope he is happy... ! hahahaa

  5. Happy retirement with Mr. Foo. Delicious food, good company and plenty of!

    1. Indeed... food does bring a lot of benefits! hahaha..

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  7. Retirement is always a happy occasion. Happy retirement and happy eating!

  8. Nice gathering with yummy yummy foods...

  9. Happy retirement Mr Foo, all the dishes look so yummy

  10. You are looking good yourself too

  11. So refreshing to see you post this kind of dishes again after a few months of lobsters and whatnot! :D

  12. Happy retirement to Mr Foo..Yummy food!

  13. Mun Choong, the name almost shocked me as it's the same name as my primary school name.


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