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Birthday Celebration At Little Elephant, Ipoh

BACK HOME IN IPOH, I hollered to my friends... "I am Back!  What's next?"  Yes, there is something certainly ON last night.  Though her birthday is still a few days away but we are very considerate.  LOL... Birthdays are always spent with close ones and family... And we as friends normally have a Pre-celebration before the real day.  It was a very last-minute planning, due to each other's busyness, the day we planned was the day we went.... and That was yesterday.

This time our venue was at Little Elephant, a Thai and western cuisine at Jalan Raja Di-Hilir, Ipoh.  I have not been there, in fact it was the first time for the few of us who went last night.  Ambiance was not bad though we have to keep our voices down a bit so as not to disturb the others who were dining there.  I did not take much photos of the place because of the dimness, however we were told that this place also belongs to the same boss who owns STG.
Upon entering... 
Asian Fusion Pork Free... 
More on Thai dishes style... 
Ladies are ladies... must take a picture before, duringand after food... 
LOL...
Our orders.... Pomelo Salad, Seafood Tomyam,
Pineapple rice, Indonesian rice set,
Mixed Grill and Pad Thai... 
Desserts after the meal.... 
Total meal cost RM242 for the 6 of us... 
And of course, a cute cake for the Birthday Girl....
Thanks to the Little Elephant friendly staff, we have these to remember this Lovely Night!


Comments

  1. Asian fusion? Now, THIS is my kind of cuisine. I'd enjoy all the dishes, I'm sure. Oooo...the sago pudding!!! I'm in love!

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  2. What a feast. All the dishes looks great and so are the desserts. Nice place for celebration.

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  3. great feast u ladies had! nice ambience for dining and get-together!

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  4. Very nice celebration with lots of good food!

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  5. That was a verynice birthday celebration. Great memory, great company, good food and nice ambience. I would definitely love this place.

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  6. All of you are so thoughtful to have a pre BD celebration and leave the BD for close family members. I could not take my eyes off those desserts, so tasty! I would want to eat all of the desserts!

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  7. What a nice birthday celebration with tasty food, wonderful memories.

    I love the sago pudding too!

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  8. I like the name of this place. It looks very lovely, and everyone is so happy! A prefect celebration!

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  9. Claire, your food pics always make me salivate!!!

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  10. It is nice to be remembered on our birthdays!

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  11. Truly adorable photos. Food is my weakness and I truly loved all of these foods shown in the photos. It seems like a grand celebrity party. Well, a food tasting show is also going to be hosted at the local LA venue. I have got the ticket in advance. Can’t wait for this awesome event.

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