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Malaysian Food At Imperial Palace Restaurant, Edinburgh

FELLOWSHIP WITH FOOD.....

Before we left Edinburgh, a family of three invited the three of us to a scrumptious dinner at Imperial Palace restaurant.  Using GPS, Aaron managed to find this beautiful chinese restaurant owned by a Sabahan, so it seems.  His friend highly recommended this restaurant and ordered these yummy dishes to satisfy our tummies before we bade goodbye to Edinburgh.
Courtesy image from the imperial website....
Aubergine with minced meat and salted fish....a real appetizing dish!  
So Malaysian!!
Yong Tau Foo is not excluded.... So nicely cooked to perfection! 
Mixture of three types of meat...roasted pork, bbq char siew and roasted duck!
Even kangkung is availabe here....sambal kangkung, no joke!
Claypot benacurd with meat....
What a appetizing dinner!!  Total cost?  No, we did not ask the host....
We were indeed very thankful and blessed with a sumptuous dinner...
Bading goodbye to Edinburgh, we reached Aberdeen around 10pm plus.... 
A very interesting and fruitful day trip indeed for us!




Comments

  1. Wahhhhh!!! Eating Chinese there must be so expensive. The chairs look so English, very nice.

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    1. Prices range from £10 onwards... I think it is around 100£ fior the six of us....

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  2. The food looked good. Not cheap considering a Chinese restaurant over there. Kangkung!! Must fly over to have fresh stock all the time.

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  3. I eyeing the mixture of three types of meat...

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  4. Hmm, the yong tau foo... drenched in those sauce then not very Malaysian already XD ... but in Scotland, okay lah... or maybe that is Sabah style yong tau foo...

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    1. Black beans sauce... Common la in the west....

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  5. I like the first 2 dishes...looks so yummy!

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  6. The friends know that Reana Claire don't like kwai loh food lah, that's why. All the dishes look good and so local hah..hah... People belanja, so just happily wallop!

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  7. Looks like a really fancy restaurant! Even carpeting and high backed chairs!

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  8. Wah so nice of your friend to give you all a treat. A taste of home in Edinburgh! How about that. :-)

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  9. Food fit for a King! Drooling.

    I thought aubergine with minced meat and salted fish is a regional dish from China.

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    1. Is the aubergine with minced meat and salted fish normally cooked with "muy heung hom yee”/fermented and salted fish or a 'copy cat of such fish' by households?

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    2. We cook that in malaysia too.. We call them brinjals over here... Not aubergine.. Or maybe this aubergine is rounder and shorter than the local ones..

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  10. So nice, your friend.... That first dish, indeed very Chinese style!

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    1. Chinese owner so the food is very malaysian...

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  11. What a scrumptious dinner, love all the Chinese Food shown here, when I traveled to Turkey in 1997, I missed Chinese Food too!

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