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First Day Of CNY At Pakeeza Restaurant, Ipoh

WOW... THIS CHINESE NEW YEAR IS REALLY SOMETHING.... It has left me so busy that I neglected my blog for the past couple of days! LOL...  Yes, busy, busy exercising my mouth and not my fingers, I love all the snacks for this CNY, I love all the food that was served on the dinner tables, I love staying up late to bond with my family members, way past my bedtime... and now the adverse effects are coming up, I cannot deny I am getting old already.  It is time to slow down with those tempting crispy snacks, I feel something swelling up in  my mouth already!  Tsk..tsk.. heaty, heaty... 

Our first day of CNY, we went to Pakeeza Restaurant for lunch.... a very wise choice cos most of the Chinese restaurants were packed to the brim with limited time for the meal.  Cannot linger on for more than two hours.
Our orders consisted of Mutton, chicken, egg plants and bitter gourd... 
plus Mango Lassi aka yogurt... 
Our partial orders... minus the Basmati rice and another order of Naan with Potato fillings.... 
The restaurant was also packed when we were half way through lunch.... 
We wouldn't mind coming here again... 
Somebody picked up the tab of RM117 and he said "Hey, not bad!"

Comments

  1. Nice meal in Pakeeza. Naan! Now I am thinking of this. Lol.

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  2. The food there is good! Great idea to eat there during the Chinese festive season. I love roti naan and the yummy curries!

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  3. Look at the curry! So tempting! CNY is all about food and ang pow, play cards and gathering, I prefer CNY than Christmas

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  4. It is so good to see you together with all of your children! Something that does not happen too much. Claire, you will never be old in my eyes. You are fun loving and beautiful! I think we all feel old when we have eaten too much! I have done this many times! That potato filled naan, I could eat the whole thing! I love both bread and potatoes.

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    1. I may not look old.. ahemmm.. but definitely physically I cannot deny that...

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  5. I love Indian! Food does not look Indian, more like nyonya or Malay, but everything looks good!

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    1. Oh really! Maybe we didn't order the tandoori chicken... hahaha

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  6. Gong Xi Fa Cai! I see that all 3 anak2 are back with you for the celebrations. Nice change to have Indian food instead.

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    1. Yes, once a year at least we can be reunited.. hahaha..

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  7. So good to have all your children back in the nest...for now. Very meaningful CNY indeed!

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    1. Yes lo.. once cny is over, I will miss their presence again..

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  8. I prefer eating this food to the usual food we eat during CNY. What a good choice for lunch!

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