It has been a while since I did a listing post and this time I am sharing list of cafes in Taman Molek, Johor Bahru. In fact, this post has been in my draft for since last year. Since the demand crossing causeway has been rising due to exchange rate, here is another area of Johor Bahru to explore. Continue reading [JB EATS] Cafés Guide in Taman Molek| Johor Bahru
Fruitnity located at Mount Austin, Johor Bahru has recently launched new items on their menu. My first experience with the brand was at their first outlet, Taman Perling. So the outlet in Mount Austin is located few shops away from Creamery Boutique Ice-cream Parlour. This is to give you a general idea where it is located. The café exterior is painted in pastel blue colour which is easily recognized when you pass by. Continue reading [JB EATS] FRUITNITY PLUS AT MOUNT AUSTIN | JOHOR BAHRU
SANRIO HELLO KITTY TOWN launches the “Candy Parade”, a new interactive Hello Kitty show featuring an exciting choreography that promises a sweet experience for all visitors to the theme park. Continue reading [EXPLORE JB] SANRIO HELLO KITTY TOWN- “CANDY PARADE” HAPPENING IN PUTERI HARBOUR, MALAYSIA
1 Medini Hub located within Medini in Iskandar Malaysia is a relatively new area to explore. It is the first residential condominium in Medini which is a few minutes drive away from Legoland Johor Bahru. Thanks to KK, I get to know this new place and we visited Gourmet Trails Marketplace and Deli recently with Tony (Johor Kaki). Continue reading [JOHOR BAHRU] GOURMET TRAILS MARKETPLACE & DELI – A FEELING OF HOME AT 1 MEDINI HUB
It seems like staycation in DoubleTree by Hilton Johor Bahru has been a yearly affair for me. This is my third time staying here and this time round is rather different from the past. My first two staycation was with my parents because they have complimentary vouchers after signing up as Hilton Honors. But this time is a weekend staycation with my girlfriend just across the causeway. Continue reading [JOHOR BAHRU] 5 FAVOURITE REASONS THAT DOUBLETREE BY HILTON JB IS YOUR NEXT GIRLS OUTING STAYCATION FOR THE WEEKEND
Makan Kitchen is one of the dining restaurants in DoubleTree by Hilton Johor Bahru that serves international buffet with local delights. I have been to Makan Kitchen several times with my parents and yet to share a post about it. So, here is my recent visit to Makan Kitchen on one of the Friday nights. Continue reading [JB EATS] MAKAN KITCHEN @ DOUBLETREE BY HILTON JOHOR BAHRU
Another new dessert place spotted at Taman Mount Austin. Softsrve Ice-Cream and Dessert Bar has finally opened in Johor Bahru right after Inside Scoop located at Taman Sutera. It seems like the trending desserts in Kuala Lumpur is moving to Johor direction now. The dessert shop is currently on soft opening session. Thus, there are only two ice-cream flavours available as they are still fine tuning the operations. Continue reading [JB EATS] SOFTSRVE ICE-CREAM & DESSERT BAR OPENS IN JOHOR BAHRU
Salted egg croissant was quite a hit earlier this year and moving on is the baked cheese tart craze. The Japanese-style baked cheese tart from BAKE has taken its storm in Singapore and Hong Kong where people don’t mind queuing for the fresh tarts from the oven. Malaysia has its own version of baked cheese tart craze as well. The first baked cheese tart outlet started in Klang Valley and finally arrive southernmost tip of the peninsular. Continue reading [JB EATS] HOKKAIDO BAKED CHEESE TART & TOKYO SECRET –Baked Cheese Tart craze finally in Johor Bahru
If you are a frequent weekend traveller to JB, I bet you sure visited Dragon-I for their delicacies. Dragon-I restaurant delicacies is inspired by the rich and diverse culinary offerings from China especially from the regions of Shanghai, Szechuan, Beijing and Lanzhou. My first experience with Dragon-I was at Pavilion outlet in Kuala Lumpur 5 years back. Thus, when they expanded their outlet to Johor Bahru, I am glad that my family get a taste of it. I patronized the restaurant with different group of dining mates but the foods that I had each time are almost exactly the same dish. Continue reading [JB EATS] 5 MUST-TRY DISHES FROM DRAGON-I
Soon Soon Heng Bak Kut Teh brand is familiar for Singaporeans who often cross over the causeway and shop around KSL Mall. I was having my staycation at Holiday Villa and decided to check it out after reading so positive reviews online. My favourite bak kut teh in Malaysia is my hometown Kiang Kee Bak Kut Teh . So, how does this fare?<!–more–>
We were there around 5plus and it was not crowded and we managed to secure a table. But we were told to order first before securing the table. Once we decided what to eat, we waited for less than 10 minutes and our food served.
The bak kut teh is served bubbling hot in the claypot. We ordered 1 portion of bak kut teh with no additional top up ingredients and 1 portion with additional ingredients. There are few types of ingredients displayed for us to pick. So, we add on meatballs, enoki mushrooms, pig intestines and beancurd skin. Soon Soon Heng’s pork broth tasted mild in flavour as compared with other bak kut teh shops that I ever tried. The herbal taste is not strong as compared with <a href=”http://hazeldiary.com/2015/10/kiang-kee-bak-kut-teh-kota-tinggi-johor/”>Kiang Kee Bak Kut Teh</a> but still decent. The soup broth is not greasy and easy to drink though.
And of course you tiao to dip into the soup.
We also ordered pickled vegetables as well.
As a whole, the bak kut teh here is decent but not the best I had so far. If we want to top up the broth, additional charge is applicable. I personally felt it is too commercialize and we used to have free flow soup. Total bill was RM63.00 ++ with 3 drinks and 4 bowl of plain rice. I don’t think I will be back any soon unless my friends want to give it a try.
Soon Soon Heng Bak Kut Teh 顺顺兴肉骨茶
Address: 43, Jalan Serigala,
80250 Johor Bahru
Opening Hours: 8:30AM-8:30PM