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Dinner At Lawan Kuda, Supper At Old Town, Ipoh

FRIENDS FROM RAWANG CAME ALL THE WAY TO IPOH for the weekend... Seeing them means Food, not just for the three meals but Food for the whole day through...

For dinner we drove a forty minutes journey out of Ipoh to Lawan Kuda near Gopeng.  My friends wanted to try the food at Peng Yew aka "Friends" restaurant.  Thanks to Nancy, she made a reservation with the restaurant in the afternoon.  We thought the place would be crowded on a weekend but to our surprise, we were the first customers when we arrived around 6.00pm... Indeed we were the early diners and by the time we left, the place was still not full as yet. 

The food was so-so only according to my friend, maybe she was expecting something more flavourful but it turned out the dishes were something like "homecooked" and not as tasty as she expected them to be.  I have been there a couple of times so there is nothing to expect... LOL... Just eat and be merry!
Famous for their Sang Yue wine soup... 
Everyone has their share abundantly... 
I like this better... Fish with spring onions and ginger... 
Not so salty too... 
Someone ordered Celery though not everyone likes this dish... LOL... 
Stinky beans is fine with me... 
This is a Bonus... Salted Mantis.. 
Everyone likes this dish.. though we were not kids anymore... 
This dish is "misordered"... 
Maybe it came out last when most of us have nearly finished our rice... 
So half of it were "packeted" home... 
The night was still young when we left....
So we went to old town to have some "cheers!"
Didn't know that this building looks spectacular in the night.... 
Han Chin Pet Soo... 
And we ended up posing with it... 
With my girls.... 
Our gang for the night... 
Cheers!!

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  1. The building is beautiful! And I love your Angry Birds shirt. Have you ever played it? The food looks better than you say it was.

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    1. No, I haven't played any game.. no time! hahahaa

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  2. Yes, I am not a fan of celery too. Misordered? Intestines? I want!!! I had salted egg pork that day - post in my blog on it coming up real soon!

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  3. The angry eyes on your t-shirt is staring at me! lolx! Sometimes when the expectation is too high then will feel that the food is so-so. The food looks good to me as I like to eat fish slices and also the celery dish.

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  4. Nice building... The foods looks good to me... I

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  5. I love the group photos. Nice building as backdrop.

    What was the last dish? Something I dont eat I guess. The others I like.

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  6. I like the last group photo. Very nice building there.

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