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Dinner At Qing Palace Restaurant, Pulai Springs Resort, Johor

DROVE BACK TO JOHOR...

We stopped by at Sg Buloh Big Family Restaurant to have our lunch, breaking our long journey to have a good rest.  Then it was all the way to Johor again and we reached our little nest in the evening.  Received a call to the dinner invitation at Pulai Springs, so nice of my in-laws to extend that invite to us.  I have been there a couple of times and I remember good reviews from that Halal (pork-less) restaurant called Qing Palace.....
Love this dish best!!
No cholesterol... LOL... 
French beans with minced chicken and green chillies... 
A vegetarian dish...
Thick Gravy Curry Prawns.... 
Fried dumplings to dip into the curry...
Very flavourful Eggplant...
Beef cooked with curry leaves and celery...
And I like this... Duck meat and skin... 
A very scrumptious dinner indeed for 8 of us...
Dinner ended with a bowl of Or Nee!
Best in Johor... LOL...

Comments

  1. The dumplings are so perfectly formed that I thought they were mushrooms!

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  2. I'd love the Peking duck too! Yum yummmm!!!!

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  3. What a grand meal. I haven't learnt to appreciate or nee.

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  4. I saw my favourite egg plant and or nee, the crry prawns gravy looks very spicy

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  5. And not to forget, i like the duck meat and skin too :)

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  6. Luxury meal! The prawns are so tasty!

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  7. Wow! Wow! The fried dumpling is very appetizing to eat after dipping into nice sauces. I can eat that everyday.

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  8. Delicious dinner! Oh my, missing the or nee!

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