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Seven Dishes Dinner At Kampar Club, Ipoh

TONIGHT WE HAD A QUIET AND DELIGHTFUL DINNER AT KAMPAR CLUB... Quiet because there were only two tables occupied at the club and delightful because it had been some time since we last gathered together as a family....
While waiting for the food... as usual... HP will start clicking.. 
And now the dishes that we ordered....
Steamed eggs.. 3 types....
Curry fish head...
Beancurd with Mui Choy...
Chicken with Yam...
Spinach and wolfberries soup...
Fried lotus in salted eggs...
And Roasted Duck... 
Come to think of it, we are quite Big Eaters...
Seven dishes for the seven of us!
Wow... and the bill came to RM183 plus rice and drinks and desserts.. 
hmmmm....



Comments

  1. So cheap!!! Exclusive for club members or what? Dunno anybody in this family, never seen them before.

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  2. I like all the dishes but I would like to try the steamed egg. 3 types??

    Yaloh. Agreed with STP, the food was priced reasonably.

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  3. Wah, all the food hou ngam ngor wai hou.. All also I like.. Steamed 3 eggs, can't go wrong with that, tried to make at home, but tak jadi, not smooth.. That claypot curry, look at the gravy, I can drink it as soup also, hou hoi wai to eat with rice..

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  4. wah 7 people 7 dishes, and the total with rice and drinks and desserts was only RM183!!! that's cheap.. you have two young men there who probably can eat more, but I guess it's also because the food were all so delicious, not surprising you can wallop all, haha!!

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  5. all comfort food. So yummy leh especially the lotus and the steam egg

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  6. I see unfamiliar dishes here. Bean curd and mui choy, salted egg fried lotus, I can imagine them to be delicious!

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  7. drooling here.....wah now u r back in Ipoh and started feasting all over again !

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  8. How nice to be together and enjoy time and food with each other. :)

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  9. Fried lotus salted egg, never tried before...

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  10. Every dish is so delicious. Happy family gathering.

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  11. I like the steamed egg, but always didn't try to have some because the kids would take all of them...

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