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Celebration In Kampar Club And Haagen Dazs

TO CELEBRATE MY FRIEND'S BIRTHDAY, we went to Kampar Club..... It was a Friday and to our surprise, there was not a single table occupied except for ours!  Seemed like we had the whole restaurant to ourselves... hahahaa.. well, with the nice and quiet ambience, we did not mind the least... Food was served without having to wait endlessly and with a huge TV hanging on the wall showing food and more food, what more can we asked for...

Since there were only two of us, we couldn't order much..... but since our bill exceeded RM60, the lady encouraged us to have a plate of steamed herbal chicken for only RM5.  Well, so cheap... we couldn't resist not ordering... she told me that we can "taupau" it back if we couldn't finish and that was what we did...  *for next day's meal*

  We ordered a claypot sea varieties.. (Hoi Mei Poe) 
The smallest portion like this cost RM40
Quite generous with the fresh scallops... 
Pumpkin and Bitter Gourd...
Portion was quite big but somehow we managed to finish them all...
This dish cost RM5 since our bill exceeded RM60...
And a plate of noodles for one person... 
Looks like the "ingredients" overflooding the noodles here....
Well... except for the chicken, we manged to finish them all...
The steamed chicken was "packet-ed" back for next day's dinner...

And knowing Reanaclaire, the meal will never be completed without desserts!!
And after these "Eight Mini Scoops"
Reanaclaire had nothing else to say....  *burp*

*Only more rounds in Polo Ground ever since!*


Comments

  1. Nobody? That sure is a far cry from the one I went to - in my blogpost today! Claypot seafood looks great. I see huge pieces of sea cucumber, expensive stuff!

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    1. That claypot is RM40... generous with the sea varieties..

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  2. Enjoying a yummy delicious dinner just for two.......dishes look so mouth watering....

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  3. All looks so yummy. How much is that desserts?...not cheap I guess.

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  4. All the food very ngam with me especially the dessert!

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  5. That hoi mei poe is exactly my kind of dish! Yumsss..

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  6. I like dessert. So beautifully presented. That was a lot for 2 person to eat. Lol.

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    1. Eight mini scoops only... not enough la.. hahaha

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  7. I think your friend couldn't have a better birthday than being with YOU! You really know how to celebrate, Claire!

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  8. huh?? no one other than you all on a Friday night?? that's unbelievable, Kampar Club leh.. or maybe you were too early?? okay okay, i see something i like.. the seafood pot and the salted egg pumpkin and bittergourd.. oh, and the "i-scream" too!!! :p

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    1. Good... next time you know what to order.. :)

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  9. Wow..... So sumptuous! I though it's for mother's day!

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  10. If total bill exceeded RM60, can have another dish for RM5? Good wor like that..Yummzzz, all good food, I like..

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    1. Yeah wor...but have to save it for next day's dinner...

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  11. Hahaha/..... now they give complimentary (partial) food ya if bill exceed certain amount. Wei...rm60 is easy to reach wor. ...wonder they rugi or not LOL

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