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Our Tete-a-Tete At Petit Mary Patisserie, Ipoh

WOKE UP VERY EARLY THIS MORNING.. I HAVE TO GO TO THE OFFICE!!

No, I am not dreaming of going to the office... it gives me the shivers now to think of the office work... hahaha... but one feels good to go there to collect "goodies!"  When I was in Johor, I received a call from the State Secretariate staff asking whether I would be around on the 14.9.2015 to attend a retirees' function but so unfortunate that I was down south at that time that I could not be able to attend.... Oh well....

So now I am back in Ipoh, I went to the SUK to collect the retiree's goodies... Well, I did receive a watch, a very nice one too, a certificate plus an incentive.... very thankful for the Blessings!  And to commemorate the occasion, I went for breakie with my ex-colleagues to Jelapang, a treat was given by Elin and the second round of food was taken in Petit Mary Patisserie immediately almost after the first one.
My first time here....
Cute Petit Girlie Pictures everywhere in the shop....
Lots of choices when it comes to Desserts 
This attracted me the most.... 
Everything seems to be "petite"
I like... cos I could take varieties!
They cost RM2.50 per piece... 
And since we were still full, we could just eat a bit here and there...
My Tete-a-Tete time with my friends...
Now I know where to have some nice continental food... 
Lots of choices and nice pastries desserts to choose from...
Will certainly come by again....

Comments

  1. very nice place, and i also like the desserts to be petite, because i prefer varieties than quantities too!! hahaha.. but i can't believe that was all you had, three of you, and just one little piece of cake and two danish pies?? hmmm... :p

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    1. Yes.. I am very miser huh? The real thing is that we had a heavy and late breakfast... so thus the light and petite food..

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  2. Its a nice place with lots of variety! When are we going?

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  3. wah ... back to Ipoh already ah? So fast!

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  4. So nice got goodie bag but then it is your reward for your hard work and effort for working for so long. Eat so little food only at the dessert place?

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  5. I just had Japanese Buffet dinner at Kiseki Restaurant at Orchard Central, the desserts (cakes) were petite and delicious too especially the chocolate cake, yummy

    You retired already? If yes, do enjoy your retirement

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  6. Love the look of the building!! Wouldnt know it is a patisserie.

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  7. The shop so cute, the cake is cute also, I also like ahh..

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  8. I have sweet tooth, i loves the cake, pls bring me there when i go Ipoh...

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  9. very nice building. A lot of businesses are operated in this kind of building nowadays.

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  10. oh wow....so nice that u got some special 'gifts'...erm...the retiree goodies...and nice treat of cakes and pastries, such a nice day.

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    1. It is indeed... hope to meet up more often with my friends..

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  11. The first dessert looks very fancy.

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  12. Nice place and the desserts looks yummy.

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  13. This place 'ngam' me as always..I love the desserts!

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  14. I see many people posting up this place on FB and blogs. I must go there when I am in Ipoh again.

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