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Tea Time Break At Petite Mary, Ipoh

NO FOOD...  My fridge was practically empty yesterday and I was too lazy to drive out in the hot sun.  Went online to look for Foodpanda but ended up not getting anything.  Lots of variety but I have no appetite for those.  Then someone saved me... my neighbour!  She must have 6th sense cos she "donated" a big plate of noodles for me!  So really nice of her...

This morning I made it a point to go marketing and ended up buying at least a week's ration!  LOL.. The greens that I bought can easily last me 4-5 days, just in case I experienced my laziness mode again.  Took my sister along for the marketing spree, and after that, we went and relaxed ourselves with an hour foot massage.  Hmmm... Bliss!  After "caging up" for so long, it is so good to be pampered.  And....after our massage, we adjourned for our light lunch at Petite Mary, Ipoh Garden.  She loves bread and coffee and I had an urge for croissant sandwich.
Pumpkim soup with 3 fresh bread which was still warm to the touch... 
My giant croissant!  
Forgot to open it up to show the two lumps of tuna... 
Our Tea Time break.... 
Oh my, the portions are really BIG!
Definitely have to Share!

Comments

  1. Wah! Croissant looks yummy! I want to eat the croissant too...

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  2. Your croissant sandwich looks huge! You have a very nice neighbor :)

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  3. I havent order Foodpanda, but see many neighbours ordered from it. One day I will try, when I am lazy to cook. Lol.

    I like the look of your croissant. Really a giant!!

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  4. That croissant looks like to die for! Pumpkin soup looks good too!

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  5. I want the croissant, looks so delicious!

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  6. This is a lovely place, very feminine looking!

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  7. Super giant croissant you have there. can see the tuna inside.

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  8. Oh my goodness! The giant croissant is huge to feed a small family. I love this type of flaky pastry.

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