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At Kok Thai Restaurant With The Golden Girls

Went out for another gathering with the golden girls last night.  It was pre-organized a month ago prior to an arrival of another classmate who came back from New Zealand.  A few days earlier, I booked Kok Thai Restaurant for a room but upon hearing that we need to book at least RM400 of food, I cancelled the room and opted to sit outside...

Our food did not come to RM400.... we just had a simple dinner and it cost RM270 plus... and these were what we had...
Steamed chicken with ginger....
Kai Lan with Yam...
Beancurd with black fungus and *sing kwa*
Mango Slices with Jelly Fungus *hoi chit*
Claypot Seacucumber, mushrooms, fish maw etc etc....
Everyone loves this dish....
Finished to the last drop....
There was one more dish...
Fish cooked with ginger and dried chillies...
It was very tasty too...
The Golden Girls....
We had a good time last night....
Three of them I have not met since we left school in the late 70s...
And we were all amazed at our classmate who gave birth to 7 kids!!!  
We *saluted* her!! 
Mother of the Year belongs to her!!
 

Comments

  1. Ex - convent girls gathering again !! All must be damn pretty in the 70s !! Hehe. ..

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    1. what do you mean in the 70s??!! they are not pretty now meh??!! hahaha..

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    2. Chris always say the darnest things! hahahaa.... SK, he is being truthful la.. but only not diplomatic enough... hahahaa...

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  2. Kai lan with yam is interesting isn't it? Never thought of that combination before, i wonder how does it taste like ?

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    1. er... wait till you come and I take you there...

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  3. wah, all the delicious dishes!! the kailan with yam is rather special, have not tried such a combination before.. and same as the golden girls, i love that seafood pot the most too, wah, can have three bowls of rice with that..

    and which one of you is the Mother of the Year??

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    1. That is not to be disclosed.. but you can make a guess! hahaha...

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  4. What a nice gatherings with all the delightful good. Haven't met for 37 years,must have a lot of things to talk. Guess everyone is having a great time.

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    1. yes, I cannot even recognize one or two.. ooppsss...

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  5. The kailan and yam dish and mango slice with hoi jit are really special as I have never seen them on typical chinese restaurants menus.

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    1. Yeah, first time for me too... so I quickly said yes to the dish!

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  6. I think that mango slices with jelly fungus must be appetizing!

    You ladies sure know how to enjoy life ;)

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  7. What a happy crowd! You all look way too young to be golden!

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    1. Oh really Ginny! You always say the nicest thing! hahaha..

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  8. Wahhhh!!! So many people, so few dishes kah? Ahhhh!!! Ladies! All don't eat much. Hehehehehe!!!!

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    1. 6 dishes and all big portions...but of course, we finished them all... now no more word as fat in our vocab... hahahaa..

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  9. Wah, so many gatherings.. Syiok ahh you.. Happy gang there.. Eh, I keep guessing which one is the mummy of 7, but still can't guess.. hehe.. I have eaten "nai pak" with yam (like siew pak choy).. But kailan with yam, tak pernah makan.. I like that mango slices though..

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    1. Yes, I also like the dishes above last night... finished all to the brim...

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  10. the lady in white blouse next to you look like one of my clase mate la. maybe related? Surname Hoh

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  11. Life is so precious and happiness is so priceless! Look at all the happy smiles!

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    1. Take picture sure must show our teeth one! hehee..

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  12. Such nice gathering. Should have this often if everyone have the time.

    I love fish maw too...especially served pipping hot.

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    1. Yes, served pipping hot and in claypot is best!

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  13. I miss steamed chicken so much! :)

    It's the first thing I ate when I came back home. Haha!

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    1. HB, steamed chicken is easy to do.. shouldnt be a problem for you! :)

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  14. Wink wink, foods looks good, hint hint..

    A nice gathering...

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    1. Aiyah... when you come, this dinner will not be left out... :)

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  15. Late 70s, that's pretty long already, have been 30 years???

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