Spiritual and physical blessings@History of Redemption Seminar, Ipoh & Mun Choong Restaurant, Ipoh

We were back to serve at the History of Redemption seminar, and we are were all super excited as this was the first time the seminar would be held in Mandarin, in Malaysia! 

It’s truly a blessed day for everyone! A day we were able to witness that language holds no barrier when it comes to Father God delivering His precious Word of History of Redemption to all of His covenantal people. 

One of our TLCC family members is also a big foodie fella and he knows Ipoh must-have foodies in and out. During this seminar trip, he brought us to Mun Choong restaurant for dinner. 

I’ve never been to this restaurant despite covering this area for a long time. Mun Choong’s food was one of the best I had eaten in a long, long time!

The fried prawns were gigantic! Juicylicious, bursting with freshness. KFC’s chicken us finger-lickin’ good! We did the same for Mun Choong’s prawns, prawny finger-licking-good!

The tofu pieces were delicious as well! Rather unique looking I must say. Topped with fishball slices, both tofus and fishballs were so smooth you could just glide them down your throat.

Among all dishes, the salted egg long beans dish was probably the only which disappointed, just a little only. Overall, the taste was still quite nice to eat, just that the rest of the dishes were crazily food!

The fried noodles. BOMB! KABOOM! Full of wok hei! I wish i had a tummy size of a plump cow so I could eat 10 bowls of it. How could a simple bowl like this taste so good?

Finally, a typical chinese dessert to end this wonderful foodieventure night. The gwai ling gou was alright, smooth and strong herbal flavour. They served the dessert with good quality honey.

My biggest regret was missing out on the suckling pig photo which was by far the stardish of the night! *pulls hair* We were all busily salivating nd devouring the crunchy pork skins and tenderlicious pork slices that by the time I wanted to take a photo…we had wiped the plate clean. 

Total damage was about RM75 per person. A little steep, mainly because we had the giant prawns dish. But for the quality of food we got..it was worth to splurge once a while.

Truly a spiritual and physical blessing we all received this trip! 

Address:

Mun Choong Restaurant,Ipoh.

511-517, Jalan Pasir Puteh, 

Taman Camay, 31650 

Ipoh, Perak, 

Malaysia

Tel: +605-321 2815

Opening hours: 11.30 am – 10.00 pn daily

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