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Lunch And Hi Tea Set At Limestone, Regal Lodge

CATCHING UP AGAIN....  this time with another group...

My old schoolmates, but must never say "old" when we are together... LOL.. I took a very light breakfast in the morning cos I know I would be eating a heavy meal for lunch.  My friends came to pick me up from my house and off we went to check out Tower Regency to look at the ballroom.  Yes, my friends are organizing a big event and I just tagged along to see what "they are up to."  LOL... The cafe@6 was fully booked during the lunch hour, we could not get to contact the F&B salesperson... oh well, no worries... not meant to be... 

From Tower Regency, we walked over to Regal Lodge hotel, my friends wanted to try Limestone instead... I mean their coffeehouse... And we ordered two main meals and a set of Hi Tea combo.  After our lunch, the HR representative came to our table, a very friendly lady, who patiently let us know what we need to know and then took us up to see the rooms and the function room as well.  That is more like it!  We were quite happy about the ambiance and their rates... only setback is that the function hall might not be able to hold 80 plus people.  Anyway, yet to confirm.... 

As for the lunch, we had these to stuff our tummies in... 
Spaghetti with chicken chop...
Hawaiian Chicken Chop...
And our high tea set which cost RM29.90
which comes with free tea or coffee... 
I am eyeing the cheese cake now.... 
Our meal for 4 of us... 
Well, we are small eaters...  or are we big??? 
And here we are... marking our presence as usual.... 

Comments

  1. I like the look of the tea set with the food and the price at RM 29.90 only. Lovely company and good food. I would say small eaters.

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  2. What a feast! I would love such a gathering. You girls talk, I just eat. LOL!

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  3. Next time must go for the hi tea set.

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  4. You are all looking so pretty. Claire, I love your top with the cut-out shoulders. The dessert tray looks so yummy.

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  5. I am drooling at the chicken chop. Claire, you look great in blue!

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  6. I like your dress, very nice. The high tea set looks good, price is reasonable, so many things.

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