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Nyonya Food At Bee Gaik, Ipoh

WE BOUGHT QUITE A LOT OF STUFF FROM BILLION SUPERMARKET and the shops around the vicinity. Mostly are Batik attires and they are selling at reasonable prices.  By the time we reached home, it was almost evening and dinner time for us.  I asked my friend what she wanted to try and she suggested Nyonya food.  Only one shop came to my mind when it comes to eating nyonya style.

Bee Gaik restaurant in Ipoh Garden South, it will be.... We went early as 6pm to avoid the crowd cos their tables are quite limited.  Since there were five of us, we ordered Set A from their menu with four dishes and we added one extra for satisfaction.
Nyonya style chicken cooked with basil leaves and sweet sour sauce.... 
I forgot the name of the dish... 
Spinach with garlic....
Spring rolls.... 
Came with two rolls.... quite a large portion....
Claypot beancurd....
And our favourite dish... Ju Hu Cha... 
This is the extra dish we ordered separately....

This dinner set came to RM64 plus drinks.... 
As usual a picture first before the "attack"....
No desserts after this meal...
Time to call it a day after all the food-ing and shopping...


Comments

  1. The spring rolls, look like ngor hiang. I would have enjoyed the food!

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    1. Yes, Yes.. the name slipped from my mind...

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  2. If it's nyonya, I like. Full stop!!! :D

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  3. Drooling! Slurp. Everything is so good. I want to try that Nyonya chicken and the ju hu cha!

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  4. nyonya chicken? I never try it before...

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  5. I think I like the Nyonya style chicken best!

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  6. Long time haven't been but I know the food is good there.

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