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Chicken And Chicken At STG, IPOH

Mother and son arrived in this place called STG one evening around 6.30pm... Our first time coming by here after making a BIG U-turn along Gopeng Road.... We sort of "overshot" the lane that led to this dining place...
STG Tea House Cafe...
Heard of this place in FB on and off...
Happy Andy... waiting for our food to be served..
To while away the time, we ordered dessert to be served first...
We choseTiramisu...RM14
with a strong blend of coffee....
The place was quite full even it was a weekday and it was before 7pm..
Food arrived around half hour....
This is Sabah Tea Grilled Chicken... RM25
 with some grilled Egg Plants and Mashed Potatoes...
Andy ordered Char Broiled Cajun Chicken... RM20
Well, that was our dinner in STG...
and thank goodness we have badminton the very next evening...
 I think I would have to come again....
I heard someone "yelling" from her college...
Guess who!!  LOL.....

Comments

  1. Wahhhhhh!!!! So mahal, but never mind. Anything for the anak2, hor? Me also like that... Wink! Wink! LOL!!!

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  2. That place looks so high class inside a nice colonial building. I like that ambiance. The tiramisu is quite expensive but it is worth eating since it is delicious.

    Your daughter yelled?

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  3. Classy, don't mind try this place out though :)

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  4. stp: *shake hands* with you... hahaha...



    TM: I imagine as much!! hahaha..


    ken: yes, do try out this place.

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  5. Ya, I heard your princess yelling you to bring her there.Nice ambience and looks classy. Food quite pricey but once awhile it is alright to pamper yourself. Most important, both of you enjoy the food. Best mum.

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  6. I'm "yelling" also from Singapore, hahaha....

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  7. Lol....poor fanny

    Cheap wor rm25..shhh dun let the bos hear

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  8. wow, certainly not cheap at all huh the food, better be good tasting!! but from the photo, they look very yummy woh, presentation also very good.. eih, i thought you are in the midst of detoxing?? hahaha~~ :D

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  9. Irene: yes, once a blue moon....


    Sharon: haha...you too?

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  10. Kathy: pay for the ambience..haha


    Sk: detoxed liow m...so now start eating again!

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  11. Why did they specifically used Sabah Tea? Hehe.. wonders if other tea will make it taste different?

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  12. I haven't been to this place. The place looks great..

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  13. Very nice ambiance to dine in restaurants like this. You must have enjoyed the dinner with your son.

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  14. this looks like a gorgeous place! And I LOVE tiramisu!!!

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  15. Merryn: STG stands for Sabah Tea Gallery, I think.. :)


    wenn: go with your boss... quite romantic one.. :)

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  16. mun: yes, we did... wanted to try more desserts but they are pretty expensive...



    ginny: me too!!

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  17. Wow!!! Nice meals and ambiance.

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  18. nice set of meals, but what captivate me here was the tiramisu, it seems very very yummy

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  19. I like it that it's being housed in a bungalow! Looks very romantic from outside. ^_^

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