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Birthday Celebration At Little Elephant, Ipoh

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU....

Celebrated my sister's birthday in Little Elephant last evening.  This is my second time visit to this Thai and Western cuisine.   We ordered a fusion of eastern and western food plus desserts.  When we thought all was finished and done with, we were surprised when the staff came out singing Happy Birthday song to my sister.  And of course, something nice and sweet came along with the song as well.  A very nice place to celebrate once-a-year special over here in Little Elephant.... oh, don't ask me why it is called that... I suppose it must have some connection with Thai food which are listed in the menu....
At the front of Little Elephant...
And one before we dig in.... 
Two plates of Lamb Shank...
Pineapple rice...
A portion for one...
Rib eye steak....
Some kind of Thai Pasta with shrimps....
Nasi Kerabu....
Say Cheese and Good!!
My kind of Desserts!
Ice Cream Cendol!
Halfway through.... or was it almost done???
And a Happy Healthy Birthday to my Sister!

Comments

  1. Happy birthday to your sis. Pretty, just like you. ^^

    Little elephant. That is a nice name for Thai-Western place. We have The Elephant over here but it is Western cafe.

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  2. Nowadays many such fusion restaurants, thai western, taiwan korean etc

    Happy birthday to your sis, she is looking great

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  3. Happy Birthday to your sister! lamb shank and cendol are my favourite! :)

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  4. The nasi kerabu looks delicious. The portions of the chickens are bigger than the rice serving. LOL :D

    Anyway happy Birthday to you sis.

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  5. Happy birthday to your sis. From the name, I was expecting a Thai place, looks like there's western too.

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  6. Happy Blessed Birthday to your sis...

    The dessert is so tempting...

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