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Golden Bucket Rice

Been very busy lately, running around like a mother hen.. cluck.. cluck.... cluck.... !!

Alright, I better post up this.. it is getting late now... almost 12.30am and I do not want to lose these pictures... so here they are....

One of my all time favourite blogger cum friends who came to town and entertained me on Christmas day!  The next morning I took them to a shop which I have not been to..... it is called Golden Bucket Rice.. (I think) located at the Pinji Centerpoint....
Nice shop but the walls are too empty...
Not so comfortable with our voices... 
Here it is... Golden Rice Bucket.......
I took one and half buckets!  
Too bad the pictures did not turn out good....
And so here we are... 
Food all finished... leaving the buckets....
A picture to remember....
Hope we will meet again soon...

Comments

  1. This is an interesting way to serve rice, kind of different and fun. Now here are two of my favorite bloggers, two in one blog! I follow Small Kucing, he is so cute.

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  2. Wah ... New makan place in Ipoh ?

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  3. I wonder where I can buy those buckets. Great for use instead of those casseroles, Corningware or whatever ware!

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  4. Oh yes, the Kucing family, I recognise them. Very nice cute & interesting buckets to serve people.

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  5. Oooo interesting bucket rice.. I only knoe they serve tau foo fa in buckets like these in HK.. Nice.. Buckets look very cute.. If got Hello Kitty one I will buy lor..

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  6. Will you bring me there when i go Ipoh? wink wink hint hint...

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  7. I have had this type pf bucket rice before. Got chicken, Chinese sausages and green vege inside. Looks like you had lots of fun with the Meow Meow family :D

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  8. Very unique way to serve rice in cute buckets like these. Makes the meal very interesting too.

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  9. something new to me..interesting

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  10. The design looks great...but too much of carbo leh. Need to control diet now as I'm working on bodybuilding. Anyway wish you had a great Christmas and New Year! Have a great 2015!

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  11. Golden bucket rice, interesting!

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  12. Golden bucket of rice - sure prosperous for cny to go eat there.

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