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A Treat At Tuck Kee Restaurant, Pasir Pinji, Ipoh

BEEN MIA FOR THE PAST FEW DAYS!!

Yes, I have not been posting up my personal posts for the past few days.... why am I so busy?  Time flies... or should I say time rockets??  I have so much work to do and I thank God that it is a good thing to keep me busy so that I don't feel lonely or dwell in deep thoughts.  I just woke up not too long ago and I switched on this laptop to do my post before I am caught up with other things.. LOL... Yes, I am busier than I ever have been when I was working a 8-5pm job with three kids at home!  I feel good doing what I want to do and where I wanna go now without work bondage like the yesteryears... what a great relief!!  As long as I have breath, Praise The Lord for His goodness!!

And what shall I post up today?  Dinner for three at Tuck Kee Restaurant, Pasir Pinji.... My friend who visited me last week has never been to this restaurant and that calls for a simple and nice dinner here at Tuck Kee, a very popular restaurant among the Ipohians....
Ordered one of their specialty....
Wrapped Pork Ribs!
Soft and tasty with a tinge of sticky rice in between....
We Like It!
Some greens with yam....

Their special fried rice....
And their signature noodles.... 
Four dishes... came to around RM88...
Full to the brim...
Thank you for the scrumptious dinner, my dear Friend!


Comments

  1. I can imagine the ribs taste so good with the aroma of lotus leaf!

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  2. I never have that wrapped pork rib before. Must be flavourful.

    What so special about the fried rice??

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  3. I love ribs! They taste amazing when cooked in best deep fryer for home. I recommend you trying it.

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