Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Joyful dinner


It was a joyful dinner in celebrating my girl's 12th birthday in Joy-I Palace last week.


We were the first to arrive. Time set at 630pm but we reached there before that and the others messaged that they would be late. So we ordered our drinks first.  I had its refreshing watermelon juice.


The waitress immediately served us with 2 baskets of crackers. The boys almost finished up the crackers. And then my dad called me, asked me to order first so I ordered from its set dinner menu.


The place has a big birthday function too but thankfully we were seated at the end of the hall so we weren't affected by the noise and crowds near the stage area.

I liked the ambiance of the dining hall. Very bright yet comfortable. The tables were not near to each other and create more spaces around the hall. They also had rooms with karaoke set and more private but one must order food worth more than RM400! My sis who made the table reservation a day before told them to place us at the hall instead.


Soon enough my family members came and the food also started to arrive on the table one by one.


The dishes were good. I enjoyed its salted egg yolk prawns the most. The steamed Teochew-styled sea bass was my least favourite. Somehow the fish didn't tasted good and tender. However, overall it was a delightful dinner. The birthday girl did enjoyed the dinner.

Salted egg yolk prawns

Minced meats with beans

Fu rong omelette

Claypot salted fish pork belly

Fried kampua noodle

Fried chicken with thousand island sauce

Signature beancurd

13 comments:

The Yum List said...

Looks like you had quite the feast.

mun said...

No individual photo of the sea bass? I like the salted egg yolk prawns the best especially the prawns don't have shells. Happy birthday to Jan again!

Rose World said...

Hands too fast dig in and I were just too far at one side. So no photo of the fish.

suituapui said...

Wahhhhhhhhh!!!! What a grand dinner! Kids these days are really so blessed!

Twilight Man said...

Claypot salted fish pork belly is always my favourite. I would definitely order this at any restaurants.

Shirley Tay said...

Mmm.... what’s kampua noodle? Interesting

Nancy Chan said...

A wonderful birthday celebration with family members. Food looks good!

Merryn said...

A belated birthday wish to Janice. Looks like a very delicious feast you all had there <3

Phong Hong said...

What a nice celebration with the whole family. Lots of food and good company!

Libby said...

Good food and good company, what a blissful evening!

Happy belated birthday to your girl Jan.

Love all the dishes, but it's a pity the fish was disappointing.

mun said...

Thanks Rose for the reply. Everyone can't wait to eat the fish, eh! :D

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Prawns is always my favourite, hehe...

Sharon D said...

I love meals like these but yes, definitely the salted egg yolk prawns on top of everything else.