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Lunch With Blogger In First Garden, Ipoh

Went to pick up my girl from her Uni and we went to Tg Tualang for lunch. Most of the shops were full and crowded and suddenly it dawned upon me that today is Father's Day.. no wonder! Anyway, we managed to get a place in one shop which was quite vacant... well, vacant means food not so good, right? No choice, at least we did not have to wait long for our food.

Yes, food was not that good as the other shop we went to the previous time... but at least the steamed fish was very fresh and that was all that counts. My girl loves to eat steamed fish, pity her, she couldn't get any nice fresh fish in her university... :) No pictures was taken... food was just so-so...

Just now as I was going through some folders, I notice these pictures were not put up yet...They were taken in First Garden... forgot the shop name as usual.. :)  Perhaps this IPOH blogger here will enlighten me cos she treated me to this yummylicious lunch!  Thank you!
Their Special signature beancurd...
Honey chicken...
Sambal paku pakis... 
Three dishes... for three of us... very "foong foo"  hahahaa....
So... do you know her?  I am sure you do!
Hope we can have lunch again soon!

Comments

  1. She is a Queen of Blogs and Jet-setter! Everyone knows her lah.

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  2. TM: that's what I said.. many of us know her!!

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  3. hey, she is the famous Ipoh Taukesoh!! who doesn't know her?? hahaha..

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  5. Glad to know you and your girl had a nice meal together, even if it was not too perfect!

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  6. Nice food ypu have there. Smiling faces shows satisfaction.

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  7. sk: hahaha... famous liow!


    yvonne: right!


    ginny: yeah.. at least she had some fresh steamed fish to eat..


    stp: yes, honey...i mean chicken..

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  8. irene: meeting up with bloggers is always nice.. :)

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  9. Ohh, the sambal paku pakis looks nice. I wish you'd bring me there when I go over to Ipoh, Claire. :D

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  11. so fong foo leh the makan....i think i will like the tauhu

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  12. simple yet delicious..yummy!

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  13. kathy: Yeah.. can loe farn.. hahaha..


    wenn: Agree with you..

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  14. Food looks so good, iLike eating like that :D

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  15. whoa, it's wenn! nice I hope ,just hoping that I could dine with her too haha
    anyway foods looks yummy like that second one the most

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  16. merryn: simple and nice.. :)


    mecoy: then u must come over to Malaysia.. :)


    yeeling: me too!

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  17. I have yet to meetup with you Claire...

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  18. I went Ipoh's day trip yesterday with friends, able to taste some of the local nice food!

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  19. Mmmmm....everything looks so good, cos I can't get it here! One day I will visit you and eat my heart's out :D

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  20. sharon: one day!! :)


    hayley: great! hope you like them..


    mary: yes! I take your word for it!:)

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  21. WoW~ long time i haven't been to blogger gathering. When was my last? Hmmm... years back? ;-)

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  22. Wow, a lot of food for 3. Wenn is so nice to give both of you a treat but you belanja her also next time, right?

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