Sunday, June 26, 2011

Recall a memorable time at Prajna Tea Centre

Some pictures remain in our memories as the most beautiful and unforgettable images. Due to recalling some great memories and looking for some unique vases, dad and mom decided to have our dinner at a tea centre on 11.6.2011. This was such a fun and memorable place to have dinner.
Tea is not just a drink in China, but a way of life. Prajna Tea Centre is a good place to get a glimpse into Chinese tea culture. We had an enjoyable time here when both of you were still a little girl. The food was very well priced and we left full during our visit. Drinking tea is an essential part of experiencing China. Dad and mom love this artistic style of drinking Chinese tea.
Do you like oriental interior design especially in Chinese style? We enjoyed the peace and quiet environment here.
This tea house is located in Sejati Indah, Sungai Petani, Kedah. We really love to visit here even though it is further away from our house. We feel comfortable having our meals in the quiet environment. A journey from Penang to Sungai Petani takes about half an hour.
Please take a look through the menu. The food is excellent with reasonable prices. Wow, the menu looks big. The largest menu I have ever seen.
How exciting for you both. Both of you had a nice chat with each other. A memorable place that registered in your mind no matter how long ago or how far away.
We liked those deep-fried mantous which costs RM2.50. Chinese steamed mantou or in Chinese we called 馒头 is a kind of steamed bread bun originating from China. Nowadays, these kind of mantous are easily available in frozen type from supermarkets. They also served deep-fried or steamed in Chinese Dim Sum restaurants.
A home style dish which called "Ru Dou Gan" in Chinese. It costs RM3.00. Definitely is a comfort food. We have our favourite tofu dish, like Mapo Tofu, Claypot Tofu, Steamed Tofu and Fried Tofu. This dish above is simple and easy to prepare.
This dessert is best enjoyed during warmer weather. It only costs RM2.50. It is best served chilled.
Chinese sago dessert with coconut milk and mixed fruit which also costs RM2.50. Both of you couldn't wait to try it. It is very true that we love dessert.
Dad ordered black pepper chicken with rice. The price is RM5.90. The colour combination looked good. The portion was fair.
Lydia ordered Mushroom Mee which only costs RM4.50. This is a very healthy meal which represents a traditional Chinese way of cooking. Chinese medicinal herbs and mushrooms were added for a rich and earthy flavour.
Shredded chicken mee which ordered by Priscilla. It only costs RM4.00. The waitress served it right from the stove. It was still bubbling when it was delivered to our table. This dish was quite good to say. We always have our Shredded Chicken Porridge at home. The usual condiments are ginger, chopped spring onions and fried shallots. Just add a drop or two of sesame oil and you will get a homely tasting porridge.
There is an appetizer worth mentioning. 'Deep Fried Zhai Ngor' (Vegetarian Goose) which costs RM2.50. We will definitely order it on our next visit.
Mom ordered Zha Jiang Mee. This noodle is our favourite food. Zha Jiang Mee is a northern Chinese dish consisting of noodles topped with a mixture of ground pork stir-fried with Zha jiang (炸酱). It only costs RM4.50.
Girls, close your eyes, and think back to the most memorable time you can recall. It is true that time flies but memories stay forever. We thank God for the gift of memory. It was truly a night to remember - a gift from God.


  1. Emmm...looks like a nice place to visit when we go up north the next round ....

  2. Hi, you are a talented photographer. Really impress me with your skill in capturing a moment.Hope you and your family have a great "up north"trip and enjoy your meal in this pleasant environment.

  3. Looks like a lovely night!

    Happy blogoversary :)

  4. Thanks, Teena. It was indeed a lovely night. When you love yourself, you will enjoy your life daily. I can feel it, you have an enjoyable life.