Negeri Johor Restaurants

  • Restaurants
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  • Restaurants
    by machomikemd
  • Restaurants
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Negeri Johor Restaurants

  • Sumptious Chinese Dinner

    There are a few branches of Peking in Johor Bahru and one of them (in Taman Molek) serves Halal Chinese cuisine Seafood - crabs, shellfish, fish, you name it, they have it!Herbal chicken wrapped in foilAppetizers - anchovies with fried beancurd

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  • Bah Kut Teh

    In Malaysia, Chinese herbal pork stew is known as Bah Kut Teh. 20-year old restaurant and still drawing tons of customers per day! The soup is not too oily, not too guilty, just the perfect pork stew you're looking for. Don't forget to ask for freshly chopped garlic to go with your meal. Bah Kut Teh and Assam Fish (steamed kembung fish with...

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  • Fried Sweet Potato

    From the first look, you would think these are fries from Macdonald's right? Wrong! These are actually fried sticks of sweet potato and they're more delicious than the bland russet burbanks. They're sweet, crunchy and packed with loads of Vitamin A. The Orang Asli folks fried these snacks for us on one rainy Saturday night while we were in Lubuk...

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  • Café D'EndauRompin

    This is where we took all of our meals. Quite a good locale, it faces a bubbling river and is surrounded by trees so you usually, you can see a magpie or even a bigger bird swoosh by as you take your meals.

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  • Traditional Orang Asli Food: Fried...

    It's not unusual to find cooked fruit in a South East Asian dish. Straits born Chinese use green papaya for their titek ( stew) dishes, malays use pineapple for their curries and the indians use mangoes for their pickles. So what more the indigenious tribespeople of Malaysia? I had fried papaya with Chilli in Endau Rompin National Park (centre...

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  • Traditional Orang Asli Food

    The traditional Orang Asli dishes that they served at Lubuk Tapah Campsite at the Endau Rompin National Park was delicious, never mind even if they had a couple of odd ingredients here and there! I'm not joking, most of the ingredients are sourced from the jungle supermart and they include interesting edibles such as young curly fern leaves, rubber...

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  • Cooking - Orang Asli Style

    Now, just before my team mates and I entered Endau Rompin, Johor's notoriously rustic National Park, my group leader joked that we were going to suffer for 3 days in the jungle. "Eat up ! " he cautioned when we were dining at Bekok, a small sleepy town at the outskirts of the park, " This is going to be your last good meal! After that, you will be...

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  • One of the Best in Segamat

    Practically an institution in Segamat, Shi Wei Fu restaurant is popular not only with Johor locals, but also with Singaporeans who may drive for 2+ hours just to eat here.Unlike most other restaurants in the small town of Segamat, Shi Wei Fu has more ambiance - proper table clothes, waitresses dressed in uniform and cold air-conditioning. Best of...

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  • Wonderful DimSum

    Very pleasant surroundings.Surprisingly good service by smiling waitresses, not a frequent phenomenon in Malaysia lately. Hey, only ONE visit and you ask me about my favourite dish ? I only took DIM SUM .............. maybe later I can fill in more advice for you.

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  • Call of the Wild!

    You may have heard the saying that Chinese will eat anything under the sun that is on four legs, except the tables and chairs. Well, it is basically true. As a Chinese myself, I should know!At Seng Kee Restaurant, the speciality is "exotic "animal meat, but in fact all their food is very good. Exotic meat includes deer meat, flying fox, iguana,...

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  • New Kid on the Block

    This restaurant premise which used to house the Sin Teck Heng* Restaurant has been newly renovated and reopened in March 2005. As it is the new kid on the block many locals rushed there to check the food out.We went there on the weekend (April 05) to have dinner. The new lady co-owners rushed around to make sure that everyone was served and being...

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  • Good food at reasonable prices

    Nothing special about this restaurant but it has good food at reasonable prices. It is a typical Chinese Restaurant, with red table clothes, an aquarium full of swimming fish (for decoration, not for eating!), posters of Tiger girls and Dunhill men. We had a 7 course meal at RM320 per table of 10 people. I've put pictures of the food onto my...

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  • Latest offering near causeway...

    The latest talk of the town with a family oriented environment consisting of a 2 storey food court with local and international delicacies, amusement centre and wonderful location for picnickers by the Lido Beach, across Singapore island. A location where big events e.g. Festive Seasons Open House and Carnival are held.

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  • Tasty bowl of noodles

    When you eat here it is certainly not the ambience that brings you here. However, the noodles are very tasty and the price is cheap, even by small town standards! Kway teow (flat white rice noodles) in soup with fishballs and char-siew (sliced BBQ pork) = a mere RM2.00 per bowlCurry Noodles with fish cakes = RM2.00 per bowlThe other stall nearby...

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  • The best 'roti canai'

    Just have to mention this really cool restaurant. It serves the best 'roti canai'. It is not a fancy restaurant and there is not much decoration, but it's clean.The service is okay. The staff are not really friendly but not rude at all. They are also fast so you don't reaaly wait long for your food. My favourite is, of course, the 'roti canai'....

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  • Fresh Seafood all along the coast!

    There are many seafood restaurants built on stilts along the coast of Johor. My favourite is TKK Restaurant in Taman Megah Ria. I have also discovered one in Danga Bay which has a beautiful view of JB town. These seafood restaurants make you feel like you're a special guest to a typical fishing village. Try the fresh baked crabs and steam fish. If...

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