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Five Dishes At Sun Marpoh In Ipoh Garden, Ipoh

ANOTHER EATING OUT EVENING WITH MY IN-LAWS ... they treated us to a nice and tasty dinner at Sun Marpoh in Ipoh Garden.  To avoid the crowd, we reached there exactly at 6.30pm and within an hour, we had finished our dinner.  By then the tables were all fully occupied and we had to leave to allow other patrons to have their dinner.  This restaurant Sun Marpoh has been operating since the 1990s and till today, the crowd is always there to give their support.  To avoid disappointment, it is best to book in advance.....

For this evening, we ordered five dishes for the six of us....
Braised Pork Ribs in sweet sour sauce... 
Marinated chicken with honey and lemongrass... 
the kids love this dish!
Assam Fish curry..... an appetizing dish... 
Sweet potatoes with a tinge of sambal belacan...
And their signature dish... *Kwai Fei Tau Foo*
The five dishes for six adults..... plus chinese tea...
The bill came to around RM130... 
Well, Chinese New Year season, one cannot complain about the price... 
LOL... 

Comments

  1. It all looks very good, especially the fish curry!

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    1. They are tasty but homecooked is always better... hahahaa

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  2. Food's tasty n prices r reasonable here, that's why it's always full house

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  3. Wowwwww!!!! I love 'em all! Every dish looks like it's calling out to me. Yum yummmm!!!!

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    1. Calling out to you? hahaha.. that is a good one.. I gonna use that line!

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  4. All the dishes very ngam with me hee..hee..

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  5. I like the assam fish dish best!

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  6. Hey I miss this Assam Fish Curry and want to eat them this weekend.
    I could imagine the fragrance of that Marinated chicken with honey and lemongrass... The lemongrass always smell nice.

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  7. I love all the five dishes, the price is really reasonable, cannot get that kind of price in SG, moreover so many dishes

    The dish I like most would be the marinated chicken with honey and lemongrass

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