So much…

Last Saturday afternoon in Kuching, Vivien whom you’ve met in an earlier post, took my daughter and me to this restaurant named Chef’s Delicious (near Timberland Medical Centre) where an old and good friend of ours, Mary, was waiting. Mary wanted to give me a treat as her eldest daughter would be getting married soon in Australia.

We had the Mongolian lamb chops which were very nice…

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…and the roast duck that I, being quite toothless now, found to be a bit too tough for me to chew…

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The crispy oyster omelette – the way they do it in Kuching, was very nice and comparable to the ones that I used to have at Buntal, near Damai Beach…

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…but there did not seem to be a lot of oysters in it though! The hot pot tofu was all right, nothing to shout about…

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…and I thought the french fries in their Three Treasures stuck out like a sore thumb as we usually would have those with western dishes or at one of those fast food restaurants…

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I think the bean combination dish at Ruby in Sibu is a lot nicer – all the beans fried with pork belly and a hint of belacan (dried prawn paste).

My daughter loved the thick crab meat with sweet corn soup…

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…and a word of warning to anyone planning to dine there – do not order the medium, just stick to the small as the servings were so big we had to struggle half dead to finish the food. Luckily, Clare and her chipmunk (Alvin) dropped by to see me…and they helped a bit with the food. Even then, there were a lot of leftovers…so we had to ask for a doggie bag!

All in all, it was a delightful lunch…for  around RM120, inclusive of rice and drinks. It certainly was nice seeing my two very dear friends again and thanks, Mary, for the treat. I guess congratulations in advance are in order. Woman, you’ll be a grandma soon! Muahahahahaha!!!!