Great Fellowship blessings@The Lord’s Covenant Church, Phileo Damansara

A river is an important entity towards civilization but most importantly it is a symbol of faith and obedience towards the Word of God that will lead us towards eternal life.

The message for this Lord’s Day service. What a blessing!

More blessings came after the service ended.

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Gem star chef Nancy cooked chicken rice for us today and every single item is home cooked: from the chicken, to the dipping sauces, to the ginger chilli sauce, to the ginger buttered rice, to the steamed and fried chicken. Her restaurant will be a big hit if she ever opens one!

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I don’t usually eat rice..but I can’t help myself but had 2 servings because the chicken meat were so tender, especially the steamed chicken and the chilli sauce was fiery!

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Jenny who just got back from a long holiday in Europe gave TLCC members a little taste of Turkey..all original. While some bits were acquired taste, the best for me were the pistachio nuts coated ones. The sugars were not processed but from all natural sources eg: honey and dried fruits. Another great blessing!

All blessings from His grace!

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SOFRA Turkish Restaurat @ Show Tower

Prior to Demona’s reward for her hardwork in the “meeting” today, we had our lunch in Sofra, the Turkish Restaurant in Shaw Tower along beach road.
The overall quality is pretty good and the ambience was pretty relaxed.
Here are the foods we had that afternoon.

Appetizer platter for 2@12.50: Mixed of turkish salad, chick pea hummus (much better than Moussandra@KL, flavourful and good nuttiness, some pine leaf rolls, stewed brinjal. The portion is generous and big enough as a main course for 2. You just need to order some turkish bread to complete the meal.
Mixed Kebab Platter@17.50sgd: Feeling greedy, I’d ordered their mixed kebab platter. Again, portion is generous however, most of the meat was not very warm to my liking. The lamb and chicken was the best among the lot, while one of the meat (not sure if its beef or lamb) was a tad dry and tasteless. an average effort.

A candid shot of the Turkish Coffee we had: Demona commented the turkish. It was sweet on the palate with some bitter note at the end.

Verdict: Pretty interesting turkish food but it did not have much magic to move us much.