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Exotic Food And Desserts At Mun Choong Restaurant, Ipoh

SECOND ROUND OF CELEBRATION ON THE REAL DAY... This time the nine of us had our dinner at Mun Choong Restaurant aka Public Restaurant along Horley Street.  The restaurant was full to the brim even on a Wednesday.  I guess many like this restaurant, we have to talk a bit louder to be heard...

Anyway, the real B-day is about food and desserts and of course, the Company which consists of family members and close friends.  This time round, we ordered dishes to go with rice....
Mun Choong famous prawns is a Must Dish...
So is the Ginger Chicken....
Their Signature Bean Curd with Fish Paste... 
Mini french beans with preserved vegetables...
Black Pepper Ribs... I find it so-so cos I am not into black pepper... 
Yummy Yam... very nice and appetizing... 
And their black pepper noodles...
Again, I prefer the noodles without the pepper... 
The night is not complete without a Durian Cake!
Specially ordered and it was homemade too!
Everyone gave a Thumbs UP for this Durian Cake!
Lastly and not least..
A Very Happy Birthday to the Birthday Girl!
Wishing you lots of healthy years ahead... 
and eating without gaining an inch here and there!
LOL.... 


Comments

  1. Happy birthday to the birthday girl. Love the icing on the cake...and oooo...the prawns!!! Slurpsssss!!!!

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  2. durian cake!!! I miss durian cake so much!! Happy Birthday to the pretty b'day gal!

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  3. I have never heard of durian in a cake!!! It is beautiful. Is it sweet? The prawns are jumbo!! Very good looking.

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  4. Happy Birthday to your sister! What a scrumptious celebration! The durian cake is so pretty!

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  5. Honestly, I always loved those noisy Chinese restaurants that liven up my mood! LOL

    The durian cake is so beautiful with traditional creams on top! Yummy! Yummy! I want!

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  6. I'm hungry again. hah..hah... That durian cake - aiyo! I want!

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  7. Happy birthday to your sis, I love all the dishes shown here

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