My foodie friends wanted to explore Johor Bahru (JB) over the weekend. Thus, we planned a weekend trip across the causeway a month ago. The reason being is that the train tickets are selling like hotcakes. We need to ensure that we are able to secure the train tickets back from Johor Bahru on Sunday evening. Continue reading [M’SIA TRAVELS] 2D1N Weekend Food Guide To Johor Bahru
Whenever I am back to Johor Bahru (JB) over the weekend, my parents will bring my sister and I out to try out the food around the town. My dad saw Tony’s blog post on Taika Hua Braised Duck and decided to check it out. So, he brought us there for Sunday breakfast. Continue reading [JB EATS] Taika Hua Braised Duck (八哩半大家发鸭肉) – Local Favourite in Johor Bahru
It has been a while since I last shared my Johor Bahru makan place. My family and I went for dinner at Khi Ten Restaurant over one of the weekend. The restaurant is located in Taman Melodies which is a short distance away from KSL Mall. It is also near to Lemon Tree Restaurant (Western-style restaurant). Khi Ten is a family business restaurant that operates many years since I was still a little kid. Continue reading [JB EATS] Khi Ten Restaurant 奇升餐室 @ Taman Melodies | 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 (CLOSED)
I spent few days in JB on the last week of December 2015 and my dad recommended me to Ayam Goreng Dapur Kayu which is a short drive from our home. “Ayam Goreng” is referring to fried chicken in Malay language. What triggers me to post about this place is that the fried chicken here are prepared traditionally with firewood. “Kayu” means wood in Malay language. The stall has been in business for 40 years and currently is taken over by the second generation. Even my parents visited this stall for their fried chicken during the earlier days. Continue reading [JB EATS] AYAM GORENG DAPUR KAYU | JOHOR BAHRU
Do you know there was once ‘Lemon Tree’ song was famous? I still remember my singing choir during good old school days choose this song to compete and we won 1st prize.
The name of the restaurant comes after the hype of the song and the owner, Jeffrey decided to use it as the name of the restaurant. Lemon Tree is located along shophouses facing residential place called Taman Melodies. The restaurant is actually 7 minutes away from KSL City Mall. The location is not easily identified if you are not a local here but GPS and Google Maps are useful for those who are driving. Alternatively, you can always take a cab here from KSL which cost approximately RM6.00- RM10.00. Continue reading [JB EATS] LEMON TREE AT TAMAN MELODIES | JOHOR BAHRU
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