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Delightful Dinner At Delight Restaurant, Ipoh

I was "rummaging" through my food folder a moment ago when I saw these delightful pictures. They were taken in Delight Restaurant with my group of classmates. I can imagine their hue and cry when they see these pictures! Taken some time back end of last year when one of them came back from Sydney.

Every now and then, it is really a pleasure to meet up again, now at our golden age, we have lots to laugh about on what we can remember and what we had forgotten as well... hahahaa... Most of us are experiencing this "short memory" relapses and this post proves it so... I really have forgotten about this meet-up till a moment ago....
All laughter and joy meeting up again....
The camera eats too every now and then....
Dragon leaves with bean sprouts....
This is kind of special... 
Steamed beancurd with steamed eggs ...
Beautifully steamed with fish paste as well....
Their steamed Talapia...
Delight's special BBQ Pork
Someone sure will be admiring these layers... LOL...
Five dishes altogether but I cannot remember the price... too bad...
Not too expensive otherwise I would remember one...
I think I would like to go there again...
The steamed egg looks great, right?


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  2. Always nice to meet up with friends, old and new - all the fun, the laughter...the joy...and there's always good food too. Who could ask for more?

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    1. You are very right! Food brings people closer in terms of friendship! hahaa...

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  3. I like steamed egg, my mom always cook it when all my nieces and nephews are around, but I can't get to eat it because the kids always fight for it, hehe!!!

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  4. Nice meet up along with good food. Can see the joy & laughter in everyone's face.

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    1. Yeah, as I said, food and friendship is a good blend.. hahaha

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  5. Where's your face? Wah I love the steamed egg with beancurd & fish paste too.. Look at that gravy.. I can wallop 2 bowls of rice with that gravy liao.. I only know how to steam minced meat egg, and plain water egg only.. Boohoo...

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    1. No face taken that night cos the camera was "eating" the food, not me.. hehehee...

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  6. hmmm, it was just last year and it was when one of your colleague came back from Sydney, how could you have forgotten that?? and if not, that steam egg with toufu and fish paste sure can remind you of that meet up, no?? hahahaha~~ nice dishes BTW, all looked so yummy leh!!

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  7. I guess I was pretty busy during that time... transferring all the pictures into a folder and forgotten all about them... when you reach my age, you will definitely understand better... :)

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  8. All the dishes look scrumptious! Can see you ladies enjoyed the meal very much, look at the smiles!

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    1. Gatherings are always fun... looking forward to another..

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  9. BBQ pork is so juicy & tender, it seems! Slurpppp

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  10. Your friends will be delighted to see their photos in your latest post. I like to eat steamed eggs too.

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  11. indeed delightful to have meal together with good friends..

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