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A Nice Evening Dinner At Weng Kee Restaurant, Ipoh

CONNECT GROUP....

My ex-colleague invited me to attend her Connect group last night and I readily agree to do so.  It was my second time there and I like the company.  It was a small group of 10 and they are so friendly and nice.  Met a few new faces last night and there was one in particular I wanted to mention.  This sweet young lady walked in and before my friend could introduce me to her, she said, "Hi, You are a blogger, right?"  Oh, I thought my friend must have told her about me earlier but no, she said she recognized me through my blog posts.  Oh.. oh... I was indeed startled... she has a very good memory!  And that made me realize that... is it a good thing to publish me, my face apart from the food pictures I put up.... *ponder*

Back to my foodie post, here is an evening meal taken at Weng Kee Restaurant, Ipoh Garden South.  It has been a long while since I went there.  We ordered 4 dishes and in my mind, the bill would come to around RM80.  I was wrong.... Surprised that the bill came to RM57, quite reasonable, I would say.
My friend and I like this dish..
Steamed yam with dried shrimps...
Their signature beancurd dish....
Sambal Kangkong....
And their famous Kapitan Chicken... 
Yeah, now looking back, the price is justified.... 
These are not expensive ingredients...
Worth coming back here once awhile...

Comments

  1. I sure would enjoy all those dishes. Would love to try the yam, I don't think we have that here.

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  2. sambal kangkong and kapitan chicken sure is flavourful.

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  3. yummy looking food. It seems that you are a more famous blogger than you had thought!

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  4. I have never eaten kapitan chicken and the yam before.

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  5. Very reasonably priced. The famous Kapitan chicken looked del8cious, I would like to taste that.

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  6. I like that word Connect Group! I have so many things to connect with now.
    When good friends meet, all dishes tend to be delicious too.

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