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Mind Over Tempation In Li Yuan

It has been more than one month since my girl last came home... and what did she miss most about IPOH? It starts with "F" and it is a 4-letter word and ends with a "D"... Yes, all of you guessed correctly... Ipoh is just famous for its Food and nothing more than FOOD! She has a lot of food-lined-up during her four days stay back home.... From home cooked food to open air hawker food and to air condition outlets, Li Yuan Dim Sum is one of them in her mind...

How to order dim sum for two persons?  Started off with "ticking" what she wanted... and since I was still on "restriction mode" on food, I thought I could sit back like a "good girl" here and watched her enjoyed the food... hmmmm....
Our first time here in Li Yuan....
 Just opposite Sushi Zento in Festival Walk...
So...what did she order?  Here they are....
Mini Egg Tarts
Pan fried raddish... (took two small pieces when temptation won over me)
Took half of this... for self satisfaction... hahahaa...
Took one of these Mini Avacado with green tea dumpling.....
Last and not least....
Took half of portion of these Shanghai noodles!
Half of this and half of that made my stomach full already...
For two persons such as us, they were more than enough...

Well, I guess I didn't manage to be a Good Girl after all....
The mind is strong but the mouth is weak... LOL....

Comments

  1. well no wonder why there are many malaysian food bloggers! i was drooling over the most on those tarts yumm yumm

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  2. Ahhhh!!!! I had dim sum in yesterday's post!

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  3. Ish ish ish... when it comes to food ... you can never be a good girl, hor, Claire?

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  4. Spank!!!...spank!!!..not a good girl afterall. Eat first suffer later, hahaha. Dim sums looks good. How to resist temptation?

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  5. Very the thum chiak huh!!! Yong pen?

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  6. For me, i cannot resist temptation,lol...

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  7. Mecoy: malaysia famous for food!


    Stp: mine was yesterday too but no time to blog...:)

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  8. Cleff: i think u know me very well already... :)


    Irene: i ouch ouch here and there.... :)

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  9. Muahaha.... So far I didn't see any spicy food or fried things leh. Still a very good girl lar...

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  10. The 4 letter word for me is very important too. Always tell myself eat first, think later. hehehe.

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  11. Bananaz: freeze is the word.... Haha


    Sharon: shake hands with me...hahaha

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  12. haha, never mind la, can eat is a blessing.. eat already worry later.. those food looked so delicious, who could resist the temptation?? :p

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  13. wow, impressive, would love to try the avocado green tea dumpling, i've never heard one before!

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  14. Normal la.... whenever we come back, just eat and eat@

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  15. angeline: you are very right.. :)


    sk: eating is prosperity hor...


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  16. keb: me too.. first time trying.. tasted like "kaya" to me.. hahaha..


    chris: eat and dont diet....

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  17. kathy: aiyak!! ...so painful.. this is blogabuse...

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  18. Yummy yummy dim sum! Eat a bit should be ok gua.

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  19. I spotted couple of favourites! Gosh, u must've missed her....

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  20. Oohh...avocado dumpling. That's a special one. Never eaten it before, Claire. Next trip to Ipoh ok?

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  21. mun: eaten a bit.. ok so far.. :)


    shirley: yes, once awhile i love dim sum...


    yeeling: something like kaya.. yes come!!

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