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Grand Dinner With Love Ones

We wanted to give a Birthday Surprise dinner to my mother... but last minute she got to know somehow... hahahaa... and good that she knows about it too... otherwise she wouldn't be wearing her very best with "make-up" too! hahahaha....

To my siblings who cannot make it to tonight's dinner, here's what we had and did... Thank You very much for your co-sponsoring!!  
 
Beautiful Mama... 

We went to Lee How Fook Restaurant in Kampar Road for the Birthday Blast!
Presenting the first dish....
The layout of the first dish... 
 
Nice...
Savoury.... 
Food in the Basket...
Andy comes back at the right timing.... 
 Herbal Chicken to boost up our health...
Sweet ladies...
Steamed Eggs topped with Fish Cutlets...
Happy... Happy... 
Crispy Roasted Meat....
  Joy.... Joy....

Shrimps in XO Sauce...
Say Cheesseeee.....
Mixed Vegetables With Sea Cucumber...
Laughter fills the air.... 
Longevity Noodles...
Cutting the cake....
Soya bean with some combination...
Desserts to make us sweeter...
Happy Birthday Mama!!
May our Good Lord Grant You Many More Healthy Years Ahead!!!

Comments

  1. Happy Birthday to your Mama!!! =]

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  2. HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Claire Mama..

    wow, that was indeed a scrumptious birthday dinner!! i've been to this restaurant few years ago for a colleague's wedding, and i have to say the food there are nice!! i just love all the dishes above, feeling hungry now leh, you evil~~

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    1. hehehe... that shows you are wai sik like me too!!

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    2. no lah, we are not wai sik.. we just appreciate food only~~ :p

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  3. The steamed egg with fish cutlets seems so good! Love those perfectly steamed velvety smooth egg :( Happy Belated Birthday to your mommy! :D

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  4. This place is very fancy, and so many people came for her, this must have made her very, very happy, loved ones and a big meal. So much variety, too! Happy birthday mama!!!

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  5. Wah. .. The food looks so good and never informed me earlier !

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  6. Happy birthday aunty!
    Your mum looks young la!
    And OMG, those dishes, so classy la!

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    1. Thank you Hayley... once a year affair.. hahaa..

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  7. I like the last photo so much. See everyone is putting on a smiling face. Happy family!

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  8. Happy Birthday to your mother! May she stay young at heart always!

    Really a grand dinner, fit for a queen.

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    1. Mun, mama is the Queen of the Night... hahaa...

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  9. Wowwwwwwwww!!!! That sure looks like a lavish and expensive meat. How much for one full set like that?

    Bleated birthday greetings to your mum! Cheers.

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  10. Happy Blessed Birthday to your mum. What a glorious celebration with all the love ones around.Food looks awesome.

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  11. Happy Birthday to your mum....

    Yesterday is your mum birthday?

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  12. ho fung foo. Nice :) Big celebration :)

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  13. Grandma is really happy to have all of you to celebrate her big day. :D

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  14. I hope when I am old my children and grandkids will celebrate my birthday as well. :D

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  15. Happy birthday to your mum, Claire. What a grand dinner with all those yummy dishes.

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  16. Happy Birthday to Aunty...and many more to come..Stay healthy and happy always !

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  17. wow, wonderful celebration for your mum. She's so grateful to have all of you showering her with love. May she stay happy and healthy as always!

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  18. Happy Birthday to Claire Mama...Many many more to come.

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  19. So lau juak la! What a happy and merry birthday celebrations for Mama!! I have attended several wedding dinners at Lee How Fook for many years and they still cook very excellent dishes!! Ada high standard!

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    1. lau juak? Ok, must be hoe liow? Thank you... Yes, Lee How Fook is quite famous esp during the earlier years... 70s.. 80s.. 90s.. hahaha..

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