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    Bay Leaf Food court - Danga Bay: Dine Under The Stars

    by imran8852 Updated Feb 18, 2007

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    There Are Lots Of Food Varieties Ranging From Locals To Western For You To Choose. You Can Also Dine Under The Stars Near The Beach.

    Favorite Dish: Otak-Otak...The Unique Taste Of Spices In The Grilled Fish!!!

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    Hawker Stalls At Pasar Borong Pandan

    by imran8852 Updated Aug 28, 2007

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    If your stomach is accustomed to hawker's food there's a lot food stalls here for you to try some of the local food.Pasar Borong Pandan opens in the evening till around 2.00a.m

    Favorite Dish: 'Pakistani Kebab','Ikan Pari Bakar Bersambal' (B.B.Q Stingray With Hot Chilli Sauce) Satay and otak-otak

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    Hiang Kee Seafood: Seafood at Tmn Sri Tebrau Hawker Centre

    by imstress Updated May 3, 2006

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    If you are a seafood lover, Tmn Sri Tebrau Hawker Centre.
    It is located near Crystal Crown Hotel.
    It is one of the nearest and famous seafood from Johor Bahru Causeway.

    Favorite Dish: Poison yourself with cereal prawns, butter crayfish, chilli crab, sambal squid, sambal kang kong, sweet & sour pork, pork ribs, herbal chicken, begger salted chicken and many more.

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    Cereal Prawns at Hiang Kee: Cereal Prawns

    by imstress Written Oct 18, 2005

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    you got to taste this yummy cereal prawns!

    The best thing about the cereal prawn is eating the fried cereal and not the prawns ;p
    Maybe we should order a plate of fried cereal the next time;p

    The prawns are coated with cereal and basil leave and sugar are used to fried with the cereal. yummy yummy!

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    BBQ Sambal Sting Ray: BBQ Sambal Sting Ray

    by imstress Updated Oct 19, 2005

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    BBQ Sambal Sting Ray
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    Sting Ray is one of those meaty fish that we normally BBQ.
    The chilli sambal goes very well with sambal to cover the fishy taste.

    It cost about S$10 per dish in Singapore.

    We ate 3 seafood dishes and 1 vegetable which cost us RM100.

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    Chilli Crayfish: Chilli Crayfish

    by imstress Written Oct 18, 2005

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    Chilli Crayfish

    You must have heard about the famous chilli crab in Singapore.
    How about trying some chilli crayfish?
    I love to eat the fried butter crayfish too.

    Crayfish are very meaty and much easier to eat as compared to crab.
    yummy yummy!

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    Ah Chun's Char Kuay Teow (Kim Loong Restaurant): Best Penang Char Kuay Teow

    by bkoon Written Jan 9, 2005

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    The Ah Chun's Char Kuay Teow is the best I could find in the entire Johor Bahru. Char Kuay Teow in Penang style is everywhere in JB but to really get something good, you have to get to Perling's Kim Loong Restaurant (coffee shop actually) and order from the Ah Chun's Stall.

    Is only RM3 per serving. If you love cockles, for more, you pay an additional 50 sen.

    Favorite Dish: They serve Penang Hokkien Mee too. Be there early if you wanna to eat the Hokkien Mee as it runs out very fast.

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    Restoran Todak (Orang Asli): Restoran Todak (Orang Asli)

    by imstress Written May 3, 2006

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    Restoran Todak (Orang Asli) is located in Johor Bahru near Pasir Gudang.

    It is kind of a hard to find place and you have to drive thru some dark bushes at night for about 3 mins before reaching the seaside at Telok Jawa.

    If you are driving there, take the Pasir Gudang Highway (near the new Jusco) and take the 1st exit and head towards Tmn Megah Ria. Look for Jalan Kota and Jln Jelatang on your map. Turn into Telok Jawa when you are at Jln Jelatang and drive among the bushes for about 3mins and you will end up by the seaside. Drive further in until you see the big car park for Restoran Todak (Orang Asli).

    Restoran Todak (Orang Asli) is built on stilts. You will enjoy the sea breeze and view of Sembawang Shipyard as you dine in this crowded restaurant.

    Favorite Dish: Chilli Crab
    Butter Cray Fish
    Fried Calamari
    Gong Gong
    Fried Beancurd
    Drinks
    Buns

    All for RM95

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    Sugar Cane & Orange Juice: Sugar Cane & Orange Juice

    by imstress Written Oct 18, 2005

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    Orang Juice RM3.50
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    Have a cup of thrist quenching drink with your spicy meal.
    The regular cup of sugar cane juice cost RM2.50.
    Orange Juice cost RM3.00.

    They have even larger cup of drinks. Do check the size of the drink when ordering.

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    Hawker.: Best Curry Puff.

    by A2002 Updated Dec 21, 2003

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    In my opinion, the best curry puff in JB is from a stall outside a coffee shop in century under a big tree.

    The fillings is very fragrant with pieces of chicken and a slice of egg among the fragrant potato filling. The filling is a little bit spicy, a special delicacy in Malaysia.

    Imagine biting into the crispy skin with soft and warm filling inside... simply delicious and yummy...

    Favorite Dish: The boss also sells other kuihs, both deep fried and steam. Nyonya kuihs are my favourites too.

    Try the soon kuih and ang-ku kuih too. These are all hand made and best of all, home made.

    They do catering for parties too...

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    Aliff Restaurant: Delicious Prata !

    by imran8852 Updated Feb 18, 2007

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    On the way up to the other part of M'sia From J.B via Woodlands Check Point or on the way down to S’pore, stop over at this restaurant. Try the varieties of their food at a very reasonable price, What’s more even the toilet is clean!

    Favorite Dish: Delicious Hot Prata!

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    Taman Sri Tebrau Hawker Centre: Favourite among Tourists

    by bkoon Updated Oct 27, 2003

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    This hawker centre is a favourite among tourists, especially Singaporean tourists. This is the place to come if you want to sample local food. There are numerous food stalls at the hawker centre. My favourite stall is the one serving Hong Kong Style Chee Jong Fun (the stall is towards the end of the hawker centre when you enter from the front). Yong Tau Foo is quite normal and is extremely epensive. Other foods include Malay-style grilled fish, squids, shell fish, etc.

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    New Lucky Seafood Restaurant: Ying Yang Cod Fish

    by bkoon Updated Dec 28, 2003

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    Chinese dishes served. This is a typical Chinese Restaurant where you could try a number of Chinese dishes and seafood too. The restaurant has been around for a very long time. Food served is generally good. However, due to its central location, it is slightly more expensive than other Chinese restaurants.

    Favorite Dish: Ying Yang Cod Fish is my favourite dish. This dish is rather special as you will get to eat a "dry" cod fish (deep-fry) and a steamed cod fish on a plate.

    Chilli or black-pepper crabs are good too.

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    Todak Seafood Restaurant: Yummy Seafood

    by bkoon Written Oct 27, 2003

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    There are many many good seafood restaurants in Johor Bahru and one of them is definitely the Todak Seafood Restaurant. The restaurant is run by the real "bumiputras" who fish for a living. This group lives by the seaside near Taman Perling housing estate and gradually, restuarants start to mushroom in that area. There are many similar restuarants there and Todak is still the best so far.

    Favorite Dish: Chilli Crab is my favourite dish there. The oysters are always very fresh. There are other more "exotic" seafood.

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    Secret Recipe: Chocolate Banana

    by bkoon Written Oct 27, 2003

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    If you love to eat cakes, this is the place to go. Secret Recipe, a franchise from Kuala Lumpur recently opened in Johor Bahru. It serves delicious cakes and drinks. It also serves food like chicken shop, tom yam noodles, etc.

    Favorite Dish: My all-time favourite is Chocolate Banana Cake . I will always recommend it to my friends whenever I bring them to Secret Recipe!

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