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Our Tasty And Pricey Lunch At Moon Flower Restaurant, Ipoh

PRICEY AND TASTY.... We did not know till we found out when we visited this new restaurant recommended in the one of the social media.  Restaurant Moon Flower is located in Tawas, on the way to AEON Klebang.  It was quite out of the way for us but that did not deter us from going and tasting the food at one lunch hour.  Though it was a weekday, the restaurant was quite full, so the food here must be good?  We waited for half an hour or more before our dishes arrived.... 

One mistake though on our part... we did not ask the price of the fish we ordered... good taste, fresh clams... and the fish itself came to around RM115 or RM135, around there approximately.  LOL... That was when we paid the bill, the total came to nearly RM180 for our lunch of 4.... 
This is the place.... 
And this is the fish.... steamed with fresh clams... 
I give credit for the freshness.... 
Fresh and springy.... 
Don't ask me the name of the fish... 
I can only remember that it is in the "Patin" family 
and much more expensive than the latter... 
Recommended to us is the pork ribs wrapped with this bread.... 
I think it cost RM35
And greens which receives praises from us....RM15... 
Wild ferns in sourish spicy sauce... 
Very appetizing.. 
And their special Lard Rice!
Brings back old memories of yester-years...
My mom used to feed us siblings when we were very small....
Lard, soy sauce and raw eggs... during those day...
But I think this egg is not raw.... 
Anyway, we shared this bowl of rice which cost RM6....
And of course, we had plain rice too... and drinks...
So the total bill came to around RM180....
We might come again, just got to remember to ask the price of the fish first...
Good thing it is not hundreds or thousands as we read in the news!
LOL.... 

Comments

  1. More often than not, fish will be the one which costs the most right? :D

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  2. 180 for 4!!! I guess the fish takes the cake, doesn't look like much, other than that.

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  3. Food looks good even though it is on the expensive side.

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  4. Fish with that price is reasonable in kl especially when it is fresh and delicious.

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  5. It does have such a pretty name. And the bread bowl looks wonderful!!!

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  6. ok to indulge into pricy food once in a while...who knows sooner or later we don't get the chance (due to another lockdown)…..The clams dish looks good!

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