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Free Lunch At Shui Yuan, Nibong Tebal

ON THE WAY BACK TO HOME SWEET HOME IPOH, we stopped over at Nibong Tebal to have our lunch.  We wanted to buy some "char kueh" dumplings but they were all finished by the time we arrived.  Using Waze, we found our way to this shop for a light lunch.  Since there were only two of us, we did not order their famous crispy pork knuckle, big enough to feed four or five persons.

Besides their famous crispy pork knuckle, they have steamed octopus which I heard is also popular... but this time round, we did not order the above, we settled for something not-so-cholesterol-ist!  :)
  We had Omelette fried with Bitter Gourd instead... 
Kangkung with slightly spicy shrimps... 
And this dish was recommended....
Steamed Stingray Teochiew style.... 
Like the sauce... sourish and a bit spicy... 
Makes the fish more appetizing... 
For these three dishes, I do not know the price...  hahahahaa
We had our free lunch because someone related came in and had lunch too...
And he settled the bill for us while we were still eating... 
Thankful.... 
Here is the address of the place... 
Never know, you might get a free lunch too if you happen to go there... 
hahahahaa...

Comments

  1. I like stingray, ikan bakar-style with all the nice sambal and all. Wahhhhh...so nice got people pay for you wor!!! Some people have all the luck in the world. Hehehehehe!!!!!

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  2. Steamed stingray! That look good. I love stingray. Steamed, grilled and cooked in curry. Slurp!

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    1. That was the first time I ate steamed too..

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  3. Next time must try steamed stingray. Never had it steamed before. Looks very delicious.

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  4. Stingray! I prefer the bbq types, with the chili dipping... :p

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  5. So far never tried steamed stingray. I used to like chewing on the bones because they are like cartilage. Now cannot lah, teeth not so strong anymore.

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    1. Wahh... chew on the bones.. one thing, they are not sharp.. chewable actually..

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  6. For Stingray, i like BBQ Stingray with sambal, hehe...

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    1. Yeah, that is the normal style of cooking stingray...

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  7. Like STP, you also have people who pay for your food. So nice! :D

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  8. So much good variety! And how wonderful a friend stopped by and paid your bill!!

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