Eunice's parents flew in from Korea on the 26/12/2013 for the wedding. This was their first visit to Malaysia and they had enjoyed the holiday. As both of them could not converse in other languages we had to rely on Eunice as our translator.
We had a welcome dinner at the Cheers Palace.
With Eunice's parents
The restaurant is already featuring the Chinese New Year Menu. So we ordered a Salmon and Pear Yee Seng as the appetiser.
Salmon and Pear Yee Seng to celebrate the coming Chinese New Year and for blessing of abundance for the coming year.
I did not take photos of the rest of the foods that we ordered, among of which were Peking Duck -cooked 3 ways - the crispy skin served with thin crepes; the duck meat cooked with Noddles and the bones boiled with preserved mustard (kiam chye) and taufoo for a delicious soup (good for reducing the "heatiness" of the body); Kailan cooked 2 ways - the leaves of kale was deep fried till crispy (but it did tasted slightly bitter) while the stems were blanched; Steamed Pak So Kon (fish) and their speciality Pork Ribs- so tender and moist.
I also ordered the local dish of 4 "heavenly kings" - long beans, petai (stinky beans); brinjals and angle beans cooked in belachan sauce. Eunice's parents enjoyed this spicy dish except the stinky beans!
Can's wait to taste them -
Her homemade fig jam-- ... this is reallllly very very delicious- not too sweet and plus a hugh bottle of home-brew wine from a relative.
It had me wondering - her luggage must be overweight!
Thank you very much - Gamsahamnida!