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[JB EATS] Home Based Fried Prawn/ Shrimp Crackers 住家手工式炸虾饼- Hidden Gem Snacks in Johor Bahru

This home-based artisanal prawn/shrimp crackers located in the heart of Johor Jaya, Johor Bahru is well-known among locals and Singaporeans. Tucked away in a quiet residential area, this quaint establishment operates via Whatsapp Orders and word of mouth. It is accessible only through the discreet back door of the house. You will notice the big yellow banner hanging outside the house with the name “Joyce Prawn Crackers & Dessert”.

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If you are driving or grabbing, it will take approximately 30-40 minutes’ drive from City Square Mall. Thus, please whatsapp to order before heading down to avoid any disappointments.

Joyce Prawn Crackers & Desserts Johor Malaysia

The star attraction is their Crispy Prawn/Shrimp Cracker, a delicacy snack filled with a generous serving of a dozen or more small prawns. Deep-fried to perfection, the crackers have an irresistible crispiness. Shells and heads are included. What sets these shrimp crackers apart is the ideal ratio of shrimps to batter with a thin and light coating that enhances the overall experience.




Home Based Fried Prawn Crackers- Johor Malaysia

The menu offers four (4) variations including normal, add shrimps, shrimps with vegetables and mantis shrimp cake flavour. The price starts from RM2.50 ~ S$0.71 to RM4.00~S$1.14. The add-ons shrimp only fritters where you literally have the fritters filled with shrimps. The fritters are pre-fried, then crisped to perfection in hot oil just before serving.

The tasty shrimp fritters are paired with a house-made chili sauce. This condiment adds a sharp and spicy kick layered with a hint of lime sourness that elevates the taste experience.

Home Based Fried Prawn Crackers -Frozen Pack

You can also purchase their frozen packs to fry at your comfort home. I bought quite a few packs for my friends to try. They enjoyed it!

Whatsapp the number +6013-723 5526 to order before heading down.

Joyce Prawn Crackers & Desserts Johor

Address: Home Based Fried Prawn Crackers 住家手工式炸虾饼 / Joyce Prawn Crackers & Dessert

31, Jalan Teratai 41,

Taman Johor Jaya,81100 Johor Bahru,

Johor, Malaysia

Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday     10:00AM-5:00PM

(Closed on Sunday)

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[KL EATS] Restoran Koon Kee Wan Tan Mee 冠记云吞面 Famous Wanton Mee at Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur

Koon Kee 冠记 located in Petaling Street is known for its wanton mee. Online reviews said it is one of the famous wantan mee in the city centre of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The traditional shop has limited seating space with only a few dining tables. The shop is easily spotted when you see an elderly uncle selling Chinese pancakes in front of their store. Koon Kee is currently run by 2nd generation owner. We had the chance to try it during our recent trip. Continue reading [KL EATS] Restoran Koon Kee Wan Tan Mee 冠记云吞面 Famous Wanton Mee at Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur

[KL EATS] Soong Kee Beef Noodle 頌記牛肉丸粉 at Kuala Lumpur | Malaysia

I had a weekend trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to check out some of the hawker street food stalls that will be coming into Singapore this year under EatAlley Singapore Group. I will share more about the Singapore concept in a separate post. Soong Kee Beef Noodle located at Jalan Tun Hau Shik Lee, Kuala Lumpur is one of the stalls that will be expanding to Singapore. Continue reading [KL EATS] Soong Kee Beef Noodle 頌記牛肉丸粉 at Kuala Lumpur | Malaysia

[KL EATS] Huen Kee Claypot Chicken Rice 禤記瓦煲雞飯 at Jalan Pudu | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Heun Kee Claypot Chicken Rice 禤記瓦煲雞飯 located at Jalan Pudu is one of the popular claypot rice to go in Kuala Lumpur. Established since 1985 by Madam Heun May Lan, Heun Kee Claypot Chicken Rice has been awarded Michelin Bib Gourmand few months ago. She has started off with a small hawker stall at the Petaling Jaya Old Town wet market and slowly build up to current established restaurant near Pudu’s wet market. Continue reading [KL EATS] Huen Kee Claypot Chicken Rice 禤記瓦煲雞飯 at Jalan Pudu | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

[KL EATS] Sin Kiew Yee Shin Kee Hakka Beef Noodles (新记牛肉粉) At Petaling Street | Kuala Lumpur | Malaysia

I stayed at Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown during my weekend trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is strategically located walking distance to the famous Petaling Street. With so many food choices around the area, I opted out the hotel breakfast. We decided to visit Sin Kiew Yee Shin Kee Beef Noodles. It is probably one of the oldest restaurants in Petaling Street (since 1930s) that is known for its homemade Hakka beef noodles. Continue reading [KL EATS] Sin Kiew Yee Shin Kee Hakka Beef Noodles (新记牛肉粉) At Petaling Street | Kuala Lumpur | Malaysia

[M’sia Eats] Jade Garden Seafood Restaurant 翡翠园海鲜酒家 at Sungai Rengit, Pengerang | Johor

If you are planning for Desaru trip, do drive another 30 minutes to Sungai Rengit for live lobsters and seafood feast. Since we were heading to Desaru, we decided to visit Jade Garden Seafood Restaurant for lunch before check-in to Westin Desaru Coast. The restaurant has moved to a bigger space with air-conditioned now. They also cater outdoor dining space with seascape view as well. It has been years since I last visit Sungai Rengit. I also noticed that there are so many seafood restaurants to choose from now.

We were here around 1 plus and we noticed that they even have Muslim customers too. So, the restaurant serves no pork, no lard and it is muslim-friendly. This is good that everyone gets a taste of fresh seafood dishes here. Continue reading [M’sia Eats] Jade Garden Seafood Restaurant 翡翠园海鲜酒家 at Sungai Rengit, Pengerang | Johor

[SG EATS] Malaysian Food Places in Singapore to Satisfy Your Taste of Home Cravings

Malaysia is used to be a popular weekend getaway of choice for almost everyone who reside in Singapore. Due to COVID-19 , we are unable to travel and Malaysians are unable to go home to visit their families. Many of us misses the favorable exchange rate and the delicious Malaysian food from all over Malaysia. I do miss the taste of home and explored Malaysian food places in Singapore. Here are the places to go to satisfy your hometown cravings: Continue reading [SG EATS] Malaysian Food Places in Singapore to Satisfy Your Taste of Home Cravings

[SG EATS] The Coconut Club At Ann Siang Road– Famous For Its Nasi Lemak

When it comes to Nasi Lemak recommendation in Singapore, The Coconut Club is one of the top recommendations. The restaurant earned its reputation when they received an additional stamp of approval from PM Lee Hsien Loong when he chose to host Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte in late 2016. They are also known as Michelin Bib Gourmand choice in 2018. Although everyone is raving about it, this is my first time visiting. We wanted to go to next door new opening but it was long queue. So, this is our plan B on a Sunday late lunch. Continue reading [SG EATS] The Coconut Club At Ann Siang Road– Famous For Its Nasi Lemak

[JB EATS] Kedai Makanan Nasi Ayam Kee Chup- Nostalgia Spot for Halal Chicken Rice Near CIQ

“Nasi Ayam” is a Malay term and it refers to Chicken Rice, is a staple food for both Malaysia and Singapore. This dish is well-received by everyone and we have the Malay and Chinese version. And here I am at Nasi Ayam Kee Chup, the latest halal chicken rice spot in Johor Bahru. This place is already in operation for 3 months and it is known for their nostalgic space and of course their kee chup chicken rice. Continue reading [JB EATS] Kedai Makanan Nasi Ayam Kee Chup- Nostalgia Spot for Halal Chicken Rice Near CIQ

JB EATS- Chew Seafood Garden Restaurant 老洲海鲜粥 (FormeRly Matang Seafood View) – Seafood Porridge and More Opposite KSL Mall in Johor Bahru

Chew Seafood Garden Restaurant, formerly known as Matang Seafood View located opposite KSL Mall in Johor Bahru offers fresh seafood porridge and other seafood dishes with affordable pricing. The owner, Chew is one of the brother of Matang Seafood View renamed the restaurant to Chew Seafood Garden Restaurant now. He gets his seafood supplies from Kuala Sepetang, and it is family business. They will arrange the fresh wild caught seafood from Perak to Johor Bahru every Friday evening. Continue reading JB EATS- Chew Seafood Garden Restaurant 老洲海鲜粥 (FormeRly Matang Seafood View) – Seafood Porridge and More Opposite KSL Mall in Johor Bahru