When in Melaka, do not miss out peranakan cuisine. I settled my lunch by opting for a peranakan food. Reservation was made a week before I headed to Malacca. I know I sound kiasu but just in case I miss it out. The restaurant tables are placed with the reservation tab with names on it. This shows how good business it is for Amy Heritage Nyonya Cuisine. There are many peranakan restaurants in Malacca but only few cooks are pure peranakan who cooks the cuisine. Amy Heritage Nyonya Cuisine is one of the oldest histories in Malacca town who still does that. Continue reading [M’SIA EATS] AMY HERITAGE NYONYA CUISINE – Peranakan Foods | MELAKA
Previously known as PD Eating Point, it is currently handed over to their next generation with the new revamp name, GBU. If you goggle for Port Dickson foods place, PD Eating point is always on the first page of the google page. I got to know the name changes when I was on Port Dickson trip during the month of July.
I knew about Kiang Kee Bak Kut Teh during my secondary school days and it was actually owned by my friend’s family business. It has slowly began to fame after years and being featured in various social media platform. The scale of business is expanding but yet retains the location and the attap roof. Continue reading [JB EATS] Kiang Kee Bak Kut Teh 强记肉骨茶 | Kota Tinggi , Johor
*Updated March 2018*- Check out their new concept – Spring Labs here.
The glass house café located at Eco Spring Show Village, Johor Bahru is inspired by Jay Chou’s MV (Handwritten Past,手寫的從前) was operating since early September this month. The inspired cafe is going to be stationed there for around 2 month’s time. The café is currently operated by Coffee Concept Company.
“This home runs on love, laughter and cups of good coffee”
[Updated on 30 November 2017]
My previous Johor Bahru Food Trail V.1 & V.2 were gone due to hosting migration issue. So, I am posting this new post that I have compiled since last year. Hope you guys find it useful when you are going across the causeway, Johor Bahru for cafe hopping and foodtrail.
All the restaurants and cafes mentioned here are by foot (10 minutes walking distance) and easily accessible once you step out from Johor Bahru custom or City Square Mall. Continue reading  JB Foods & Cafes Hopping Guide By Foot | Johor Bahru