Friday, January 6, 2017

The last day

We didn't have any grand dinner at a fancy restaurant or cafe on the last day of 2016. It was like any normal day but we did had a really busy day that Saturday.

Morning was filled with our big CNY shopping and in the afternoon, we did our spring cleaning. Everyone took part in cleaning the car porch and cars. By the time we finished up, it was almost 5pm. 

So for our dinner fix, we went to Expert Kopitiam in RH Plaza. Everyone could order what they wanted. All the stalls were opened that evening and the sky was so good and sunny.

I for once, wanted to taste the chicken teppanyaki for a long time. I remember tasted its squid teppanyaki once but many years ago.



Chicken teppanyaki for RM6.90 was nice and I liked it.


Hubby wanted to try the kueh chap so he ordered the kueh chap cheng (minus the kueh). Very big bowl; forgot how much it was but definitely over RM5.


The boys have the Sibu kampua. Each person per plate!! Jay could take 1 1/2 plate of this Kampua!! Basically Jamie's half went to Jay's plate.


The girl went for fried mihun that she tasted before. She liked it. Enough wok hei and overloaded with meats.

Our simple New Year Eve dinner. We quite like coming here for our dinner. As matter of fact, we went there twice on the last week of 2016. Let just say, we find the food was alright and many choices around. We are not fussy customers as long as the food is fine and reasonably priced.

10 comments:

suituapui said...

Can't remember if I had anything really nice there.

Nancy Chan said...

I am also not a very fussy eater. All the food you've shown look good!

Phong Hong said...

I would be happy with any of the selections up there.

mun said...

i would go for the kueh chap with the kueh as well.

reana claire said...

Got wok hei sure nice one! I wonder how to get the wok smell on the meehoon.. :)

Sharon D said...

A nice way to end 2016 - with food we enjoy!
I can't believe we're a week into 2017 already. It seems like yesterday I was putting up my Christmas tree. Now, I have to take it down.... ZzZz

lina said...

The teppanyaki so cheap!

weekend-windup said...

Sounds yummy!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I will go for the chicken teppanyaki ...

Merryn said...

I am not a fussy customer neither. For me, I don't like to queue for food especially with the children around. I'm always curious how Kueh Chap tastes like. I don't think I've eaten that before.