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Set Lunch At Classic Dining, Fair Park, Ipoh

TWO HEAVY MEALS WITHIN A FEW HOURS SPAN...
Woke up very early this morning... now I understand why older people always say that they cannot sleep much, I am feeling the very same nowadays... oh oh...  On the positive side, I love mornings, this is the time that I could have nice satisfying meals without feeling glutton.  I drove to First Garden, picked up my friend and we went for a piping hot noodles in Farlim.   I was very satisfied and full... And that was morning around 9.30am.....

I reached home around 11.30am, that was when another message came in asking... "Wanna have lunch at the Classic Dining in Fair Park?"  Hhmmmm.... Classic Dining... a new place recently opened in Fair Park, Ipoh.  What would my answer be???   YES!  Come, we'll go!  And my friend came and picked me up around 1.30pm... No, my morning food was not digested as yet... however... I still could not resist going.....
The entrance to the Classic Dining.... 
So Chinese-sey... 

In front of the shop.... 
teapots in row.... 
Upon entering, the place was almost full to the brim... 
Peak hour at 1.30pm... 
Nice deco and ambience... 
Took this when the patrons have left... 
These Reminded me of Jacky Chan's movies... 
Drunken Kungfu... 
Just like in those Action Packed Sword movies... 
Get what I mean?  Cute.. 





My friend ordered the Lemongrass Pork Chop... 
Comes in a set, rice and sambal egg.... RM13.90
I like their signature Lemongrass pork... very fragrant... 
I ordered the Tumeric Chicken... also RM13.90..
The portion was very big and I had to "packet" back... 
Given by the "Boss".... 
And one for the album before we left the "Action Scene"....
As for tonight's dinner, it will  be JUST OATS and OATS alone!


Comments

  1. What a lovely place, like somewhere in China. Love the teapots!

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  2. You sound like me. Food belum digested, still wanna eat some more. This restaurant has got a very ancient feel to it.

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  3. wah...such a 'classic' place to dine! this place is so instagrammable!

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    1. wahhhh.. instagrammable! what a beautiful word!

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  4. I've noticed this place but hv yet to try. now u've got me interested. i would love the lemongrass pork chop as well as turmeric chicken.

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  5. What a nicely decorated place. I like the design of the water feature with water flowing from one teapot to the next teapot in a row. Very creative! The price of the meal is good too.

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  6. If me, i will also order what you have order, the Tumeric Chicken, as trying to cut down on eating pork...

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  7. Both the pork chop and turmeric chicken look good, very nice decor, I like.

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    1. But those are considered Western Food right? Western Food in Chinese Restaurant?

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    2. No, it is chinese food...no western at all..

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  8. I had already guessed that you will be eating a very light dinner! I love this place! Especially the teapot sculpture and the beautiful bells. Yes, even though still full, who could resist going to a new and beautiful restaurant?

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    1. That is me... likes to eat anytime of the day!

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  9. I like the look of the place and also the food. Lemongrass and turmeric sound great and delicious. Love the teapot water feature, something different using teapots.

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  10. Oh my...I love the ambiance and decor of this place. No need to travel so far to China to enjoy such creativity.

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