Discussion in 'A Singaporean's guide to Living In JB' started by wuqi256, Jan 3, 2012.
Good sign that JB is finally catching up with SG
For those who crave for "char siew pau", there is an outlet closer to home http://www.hungrygowhere.com/singapore/hong_kong_mongkok_tim_sum/ . The most popular item is their "char Siew Pau". Not only it is bigger, its taste is comparable if not better than those served in higher class restaurant. The current price is $2,30 for a basket of 3; very good value in my view. They only start the week on Wed, closed on Mon & Tues.
Those who like to eat kueh dadar, there is a shop at jln pahlawan 2. Each going for 70 sen compared to $1.20 at bengawan solo. It also much bigger. I can't help but eat 3 pcs each time I go there.
Those who like Mian Fen Guo can try grannie Wang, same row as lao difang (behind Habib row of shophouse)
frequent that stall, its good
Granny Wang Mee Hoon Kuey is really nice.
For those who like Japanese Ramen, there is one very good and authentic one opposite Giant..near to Parris Hotel side.
Lovely soup based..as good as what I have tasted in Japan itself. They have a very reasonable set lunch promotion at the moment.
Bro, if possible can give GPS coordinates or name of F&B or address? Me loves a good food recommendation and love to try new food outlets.
Here it is. Check out their facebook.
any bros can tell me the location of fish ball seller stall signboard 8888.
heard from my friend it at ,<hwang ho> near 4 coffee shop.
Had Char Kuay Teow, Penang Prawn Mee and Dry curry noodle for 2 consecutive days at Ah Huat in Setia Indah. Worth a visit especially if you live nearby.
For cockles lovers: Beware.
A working link here: http://www.tlsr.usm.my/tlsr18022007/18022007_04.pdf
Note that Singapore imports most of its cockles from Malaysia. The pollution must have worsened significantly since the 2007 study to cause cockles harvest to decline sharply in recent years.
Did anyone here go for Ramadan Spread of food in Johor ?
Thanks for the recommendation. Will definitely check this out
Din Tai Fung is cheaper than Singapore. Definitely worth a visit just for the price difference.
Quality is comparable
Recently discovered a good makan place in Taman Desa Cemerlang. Their "Cai Poh steam" and "Thai Fried" fishes are especially delicious.
SuperHeroes Cafe opened in CitySq JB..
JB AhMeng in PasirPelangi
RestaurantName: Ah Meng Restaurant 阿明家乡小炒
Address: 38, Jalan Sultanah Aminah, Taman Iskandar, Johor Bahru
Hours: 12:00pm to 12:00am
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