I was back to DoubleTree by Hilton Johor Bahru over the weekend. I brought E along and it was his first time to Johor Bahru after ten years. It was also his first time to DoubleTree by Hilton. We were there to check out Makan Kitchen latest promotion. Continue reading [JB EATS] Makan Kitchen DoubleTree By Hilton Johor Bahru – Best Of Malaysia Dinner Buffet
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
Cheot Nun Korean Dessert Café was opened late last year (2016) and I have visited the place 2nd time including my recent visit. The Korean Dessert Café located next to Sprout (fine dining restaurant) and a short distance from City Square JB & Komtar Mall. You can take a cab, uber or grab here with less than RM8. I wouldn’t advise you to walk even though it is a walking distance from CIQ. I think I should include this in my Johor Food By Foot Guide listing. Continue reading [JB EATS] CHEOT NUN KOREAN DESSERT CAFÉ- ONE OF THE BEST BINGSU IN JOHOR BAHRU
Another Korean Dessert Café opened in Johor Bahru in February 2017 and this time is located in Permas Jaya. Homibing Korean Dessert Café is the latest addition café in Johor Bahru. It is located along the new shop houses along Jalan Permas 1/15. It is approximately 30 minutes drive from the town. The whole building looks grand and has the classic exterior look. The interior is nicely decorated and perfect for #ootd shots. Continue reading [JB EATS] HOMIBING PERMAS JAYA- ANOTHER KOREAN DESSERT CAFÉ IN JOHOR BAHRU
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
Nasi Kandar is one of the signature Malaysian dish and is also a Penang staple. Nasi Kandar is quite similar as Chinese chai peng but this is a plate of steamed rice with variety of curry-based meat dishes and vegetables. I was in Penang sometime back and decided to check out one of the famous Nasi Kandar Beratur around 10pm at night. Continue reading [PENANG EATS] LIYAQAT ALI NASI KANDAR BERATUR
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
Penang is widely recognized with its street food scene and many will travel to Penang for the food. The street food still ranks the highest among the other states of Malaysia. I was there over the weekend at Georgetown, capital city of Penang for a short gateway. Thus, I took the opportunity to check out the 90 years of establishment roti canai at Jalan Transfer. The stall has been running for 3 generations and often crowded especially on weekends and public holidays. Continue reading [PENANG EATS]ROTI CANAI AT JALAN TRANSFER PENANG
During my visit to Penang few weeks ago, my friend bought me to this famous shop serves Koay Teow Soup that uses local eels to make the fishball. As we parked the car at the opposite direction, I looked up at the shop signage. It was faded and not clear at all but tourists and customers seem to find their way here to try the food. This shop was initially only a stall at Pitt Street until they moved to a shop at Carnavon Street. Continue reading [PENANG EATS] PITT STREET KOAY TEOW SOUP (椰脚粿条汤 )@ CARNAVON STREET | GEORGETOWN