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CHIJ'77 Mini Gathering At Unique Restaurant

HAD A GREAT GATHERING LAST NIGHT WITH MY EX-CLASSMATES/SCHOOLMATES FROM THE 70sss.... Now that many of us are scattered all over Malaysia and overseas as well, one of the girls makes an effort to organize a dinner for whoever comes back to our town, Ipoh...  Last night was no different, our guest came back from New Zealand for a short holiday and she "booked" us in advance since last year November or December month! hahahahaa...

With the apps gadget, a gathering took place in Ipoh and a few of them made their way back from Kuala Lumpur to attend the Makan Gathering.  This time we held it in Unique Seafood Restaurant which has shifted to Giant hypermarket in Bercham.  Parking is easily accessible and most importantly, I had not been there before until yesterday.....
Formerly it was located in MH Hotel....
As for the food, we did not order any seafood... just a simple dinner for two tables of 18 persons...
CHIJ of the 70s.... 
As for our humble dinner... we had the below.... 
Fried noodles to celebrate a birthday... 
Steamed Black Talapia....

Eggplants...
Yam with Kailan...
Curry Chicken wrapped with bread... which turned out to be a mess....
Luffa with beancurd....
And this.... 
Most impressive is the fish..... 
And the never ending photos of US!
Ladies... Ladiesssss.....
The night was still young when dinner was over....
So guess where we adjourned to next?
Yes, you are right!
Cheong K!!


Comments

  1. Love the look of the noodles. No karaoke, goyang goyang - rock and roll...cha...cha...cha? LOL!!!

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  2. Must be so much fun meeting up with old classmates. And the food looks yummilicious!

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    1. Yes, we try to meet with any other excuse.. hahaa

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  3. Nice gathering, full of fun & laughter. Though the fish is the most impressive among all, I think all the other dishes looks equally good.

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  4. It's great to meet up with ex-classmates :) food and K... :)

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  5. Everyone is looking great in orange! Not everyone looks good in that colour. I used to have one orange shirt and that was the only orange apparel I ever owned!!

    How unique is unique I wonder of this restaurant's seafood. ^^

    But food is good and everyone in jovial mood and enjoying themselves.

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    1. Yes, first time eating here.. never been until that night..

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  6. All bright and beautiful! The food looks good and healthy too.

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  7. I likr the luffa beancurd, yam and kailan, fish dishes. Colour scheme for clothes is orange? Good that many people make time for the gathering.

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    1. Yes, each time we have a theme.. for fun! hahahaa

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  8. wow, a bunch of great ladies gathering!!! ^^

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    1. hahahaa... wanted to add "elderly" great.. hahahaa...

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  9. You call that a mini gathering? There are so many of you lovely ladies there, this qualifies to be a proper gathering already.

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    1. Last year our bash was 60 over... this one considered a mini... hehee

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  10. Here also got 1 Unique Seafood inside Citta Mall.. Pricey food, haha..

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  11. Wow! You all had so much delicious food in the Makan Gathering!
    Yes the fish was so big and impressive with the tiny bits on top. What was the tiny bits?

    All looked so happy and radiant after coming a long way from 70s.
    You know what? I noticed the Feng Shui ladies wore the wealth colours in the shades of red, pink, yellow and orange. No one wore blue, green or black. Was it a planned dress code dinner? All of you must be wealthy, healthy and happy lah!

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    1. Yes, it was an orange theme night and most of them wore the bright colour.. hahahaa... the tiny bits are choy poe, garlic and ginger! :)

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