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Dinner At CJ Hotpot After Convo

BY THE TIME WE LEFT UTP, it was almost 7pm ... and our late dinner at CJ Hotpot in Medan Ipoh was most welcomed by five hungry humans!

It was almost going to 9pm when our dinner was finally served.  Ipoh was certainly very congested and jammed up on the roads during that weekend.  I guess the families of those graduates from all over Malaysia were here in Ipoh that day, enjoying the good food around town and everywhere... During that time, I was coughing very badly, the antibiotics and the cough mixture did not help.  The worst is that I forgot to bring in some lozenges or sweets to sooth my itchy throat, even a bottle of water was not enough for my dry throat.

Having hot soup was a welcoming sight to my dry throat... the other side dishes were for the young ones!  LOL...
Waiting for it to boil... 

And it did after a few minutes... nice hot soup for me!
 The Salad Beancurd is their favourite!
 I was tempted... but I refrained and refrained... 
More tempted here by this dish... Curry Prawns wrapped in bread... 
And the smiles just about the dinner was going to start!
Sorry, I cannot remember the bill for this..
Certainly over RM100 but less than RM150... 

Comments

  1. So cheap, with that bun filled with prawns! The hotpot looks good, I would love to have that too. Hope your cough is better now - these days, it seems to go on forever.

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  2. Congrats on your girl's graduation! That definitely calls for a grand celebration. Too bad you could not wallop the chicken wings. Hope you are feeling better now.

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  3. Food for 5 hungry stomachs! Hope you are feeling better today.

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    1. Yeah, I could drink lots of hot soup though..

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  4. wah...congrats on ur daughter's convo! finally the last one has graduated and enter into the working world! thinking about steamboat.....I tink it's time for me to have a round of steamboat too!

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  6. So you mix and heat your own food? That way you can make it however you like. How are you feeling now?

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    1. We can order whatever we like to eat and put into the hot pot.. :) I am well already, Ginny.. that is why the absence.. thank you.

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  7. Very suffering to have cough, get well soon!

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