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Special Dishes At Chuen Kah Fook Restaurant, Menglembu


I am so grateful to have a group of friends who love to go for food-adventure, just like me!  We love eating though we could not eat a lot like in our younger working days.  During our working days, we could not go without rice even for a day, big portion some more.  But ever since we retired, we now only shared a small portion of rice!  Yes, one small bowl of rice shared among two of us... sometimes I take only a spoonful and at times, no rice at all... that is how I eat now.  :)  Oh, I forgot to mention, that is usually for dinner... during the day, I eat a bigger portion... now I understand why the saying goes like this...

Morning time...  eat like a King...
Night time... eat like a pauper....
(Only when it comes to rice.... )

For this dinner, we went to Chuen Kah Fook in Menglembu, first time visit for me, thanks to my foodie friends, they introduced this restaurant to me and I went for the second time after that....
We had their special signature dish... 
Steamed fish with lots of ginger and black bean sauce....
Claypot chicken with pig stomach... 
Something very different and very tasty!
Can just eat this without any rice....
And claypot water cress noodles..
Steaming hot when served... s
Our three dish dinner.....
And the "packed" restaurant.... 
Grinning happily here is my friend...
Thanks for bringing us here!


  1. I read it is best to eat more early in the day, but not around bedtime. But that is when we are the most hungry! Even so, I am trying hard.

  2. Tasty food, especially the fish. Yes, better eat more at breakfast and less for dinner.

  3. Happy eating. Grin until can see the teeth but not the eyes!

  4. The claypot chicken looks so flavourful and tasty.

  5. These days I eat less rice too, not like when I was young. I could eat 3 or 4 bowls of rice back then LOL!

  6. I would enjoy the steamed fish. Lots of ginger and black bean, must be flavourful. Pig stomach?? No for me. Hehe

  7. 3 dishes for 3 person? I like the fish, I need rice to go with it!


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