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All Red Because Of The Thai Food

After the lunch, we proceeded to Sungai Buloh to visit my sibling, my kids' uncle and family. For nearly an hour or more, we rested there before driving back to IPOH, hoping that the jam would be gone by then.

We left Sg Buloh around 4pm and upon reaching Sungkai near Tapah, I realized that my handphone was left behind in my sibling's house.... sigh... Couldn't turn back to take, no point... so I guess I have to "survive" without my HP for the next few days....

By the time we reached Ipoh, it was around 7pm... dinner time!!  We stopped over at Bercham to have a Thai dinner....
My two drivers....
the two passengers behind...
we ordered these...
mango kerabu
seafood tomyam
oyster omelette
clams with basil leaves...
                                    what do you call this vegetable?
Do not be misled by the greens... 
                                        The spiciness were beneath them....
This dinner caused our ears to go red and 
our mouths were like "puffing fire!"
Too spicy for us..
But the meal was very appetizing...
And the bill was very reasonable too..
Around RM55 with food and drinks...


Comments

  1. Yum! Yum! I love Thai food. Those are four-angle beans. I like!!!!

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  2. The price is very reasonable.

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  3. Food looks good. Cheap and big portion.

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  4. Wow! The food all look so delicious!!

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  5. Oh! You left your hand phone behind? I can't imagine how to survive without a handphone haha!! If me, must turn back to take it! LOL!

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  6. Btw, come join the Lucky Draw in my blog! : )

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  7. The clams looks good..
    At least no need to take the shell off...

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  8. Clams looks so good!!! You are so spoilt for choices there!

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  9. stp: i also like!!


    libby: yes, i think it is too..


    foong: go back and take? with all the cars? oh no...


    simpleperson: yes, all yuk only! hahaha...


    kash: sometimes we dont know what to eat..

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  10. Claire, you should have ordered it MILD. That's what I do. Yum, yum, I love Thai food!

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  11. sg buluh! my new house is there.. hehe

    yum, talking bout thai food, been having a few recently. Love the tom yams!

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  12. Thai food is always very appetizing! Yummy!

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  13. I love Thailand but prefer my food not too spicy. So I ask mibet, or not spicy. And then it is ok.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  14. Everything looks nice except mango kerabu. LOL :D Don't know...I just don't savour such weird-looking dish.

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  15. yumyumyum nice set of food never tried even one though

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  16. LOL All red! How come no pictures of you all with sweaty red faces? As long as the food delicious, don't mind the red and sweat and spicy kick right? :)

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  17. You're in Sg Buluh, Isaac Tan? Hey! smallkucing stays there too...

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