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The Tens At East Ocean Restaurant, Menglembu

TWO DAYS UPON RETURNING TO IPOH, I had another scrumptious dinner with my group of ex-classmates!  It was a Get-Together again for the ten of us, good company, great food to enhance the meet-up at East Ocean Restaurant in Menglembu.

We ordered something spectacular this time, thinking that one dish would be enough to go with rice but we were wrong.  The pot of treasure was not enough to feed the ten of us, I guess we were still at a "growing age" where our appetite were at full blast.  LOL.... Never mind our figures, we just wanted more and more to fill our tummies....
The Pot of Treasures aka Poon Choy pre-ordered few days in advance...

The last time I ate this was several years ago at the same restaurant.... 
Everything seems to be the same except for the Price which has soared up... 
Each has a fair share of the goodies on top... 
Beneath the goodies are the sea cucumber, mushrooms and some meat.... 
Nothing really spectacular for the price of RM468... 
Another plate of greens with crab meat gravy....
Added one more plate of fried Sang Mee and all of us love the "fragrant" taste of it... 
The pudding is not to be missed as well...
This time the pudding was made from Cempedak aka Jackfruit... 
A delightful dessert which cannot go wrong... 
Total cost RM605...
Who says IPOH food is still cheap?
Next time we know what to order and what's not... LOL.... 
and now  presenting the Golden Girls... 
The Tens.... when one dish was served...
The Five-s when second dish was served... 
And The Tens.. when desserts were served.... 
Lastly... The Ten-s before saying goodnight....
Next round... November!!

Comments

  1. The food all looks beautiful. These are the prettiest golden girls I have ever seen.
    You should all be in a beauty contest! None of you look old at all!

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    1. hahahaa... Thank you so much, Ginny, you always brighten up my day! hahahaa

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  2. You ladies sure enjoyed a big makan over a happy gathering. I love that Poon Choy dish always.

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  3. Scallops and abalones are spectacular! Why you say they are not? Only about RM60 per person is sure affordable seeing that there are scallops and abalones!

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    1. Seriously... but for just one dish, it is a bit high...

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  4. The Golden Girls still got good appetite so that is a very good sign!

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  5. Another feast for the eyes. The Golden Girls look so young. Hearty appetite, too. Wishing the Golden Girls good health, success and fortune.

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  6. Oh? You're back in Ipoh? Or was this before you went to see Andy in Johor? I like the look of the Sang Mee, hope to get to try it some day. Never had it before.

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    1. After my JB trip... hahahaa..Yes, hope you can try one day..

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  7. Wow! Pretty and still looking good Golden Girls.

    Nice food and gathering.

    Poon Choy. There is one Cantonese shop selling this dish near my house, hope to try it one day. Not cheap though.

    Your poon choy was delicious-looking. Fried sang mee was nice too.

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    1. Yeah, not cheap.. abalones are always expensive.. but I like the sang mee.. very nice..

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  8. Good that your ex-classmate meetup once a month, my ex-classmate, we meetup once a year :(

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  9. I see huge abalone!!! shioknyer makan...

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  10. So nice to be able to meet up with your ex-classmates and enjoy a scrumptious meal together.

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  11. It's great to be able to maintain such a close relationship after all these years. These are friends that have withstood the test of time.

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  12. All the golden girls look good and pretty, I notice that you got make up, nice make up, makes you glow!

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