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Our Wine & Dine At Citrus, Ipoh

BEFORE WE LEFT FOR KUALA LUMPUR LAST WEEK, I took my sister and my BIL for a nice western dinner.... Initially I was undecided to where I should take them, I had three choices in mind, David's Diner, Ye Olde English and Citrus.  And at the last minute, I made up my mind, it will be Citrus, known for their quality food and ambience ...... 

We arrived at Citrus around 7pm, first customers to enter for dinner.... and after we sat down, some other patrons entered.... We took some minutes ordering and while waiting, we took some pictures near we sat....

Towards the rear....
I took some pictures but they turned out too dark for the it was pretty dim inside...
One for the album before our lipstick "vanishes"
hahahahaa...
Another one while waiting for our main meals... 
For starters, BIL ordered Abalone chowder with garlic bread....
Followed by wagyu beef..... a mini sized one!
I wonder where it fits into when eaten...
hahahahaa...
His Comfort Food, I was told...
My sister ordered some crabmeat patties.....
And she was going to start on it when I suddenly clicked...
As for me, this is my choice...
Grilled chicken with pumpkin sauce... 
Two whole pieces, I couldn't finish them all...
One piece went to my sis...
And a meal is not complete with desserts....
Banana ice cream with brownie that just melts in our mouths!
The total cost came to around RM255....
Definitely it melts my heart too!
hahahahaha...

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    1. I ate a tiny piece medium cooked.. and it was very soft... wanna try next time?

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  2. oooh, you brought your BIL for western food!! he missed his comfort food too much while staying in Ipoh?? hahaha.. the crabmeat patties your sister ordered, is rather "seasonal" i would say, look at those mandarin oranges on the plate!! hahahaha, wonder if the chef was trying to clear off this CNY goodies?? hahaha.. last but not least, i love the dessert!! banana i-scream with brownies, fuyoh, sedap~~

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    1. Yes, it was still within the 15 days of CNY... so sort of a promotion decor ...

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  3. I guess a huge portion of the bill belongs to the wagyu. A delicious meal indeed. Hope your sister and her husband is satisfied with their dishes though the wagyu is such a small piece, he must be still hungry after eating it.

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    1. We ordered extra five pieces of garlic bread to go with the dinner... hahahaha.. yes, rather small...

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  4. Wahhhhhhh!!!! So high class one. RM255???? *faints* :D

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  5. Though am not into Western cuisine but your grilled chicken with pumpkin sauce & dessert looks appetising.

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  6. I like all the food.. Chowder, wagyu, crab patties, oooooo sedap.. But portion very small, not enough for me, and RM255 already.. Fine dining is like that ger hor "kuai kak mm pao"..

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    1. Yeah, you are right... that is why it is called fine...

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  7. Love all the food including dessert but look at the amount, better think twice or three times for this pensioner. Lol!

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