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Scrumptious Treat Near Sutera Mall, Johor

Oh I nearly forgot to put this one up...the food here is not bad, I am sure many Johoreans are more familiar with this place.  It is just opposite the Sutera Mall and it brightens up every night with lights and crowds...
What's the two chinese words written up there?  Is it Meng Meng?
Each time I come down to Johor, this place is not to be missed....
They love to come by here too....
Any familiarity here?  :)
Nice ambience inside... 
Comes with good food too... 
What we ordered were....
Claypot sourish vegetables.... Best in the Whole World.. 
Believe it or not!
Famous here is the succulent duck meat....
Four types of vegetables....
I love the smelly bean... (petai) ...
Appetizing Nyonya Fish... the sauce itself is superb...
Steamed White Taufoo!  
For kids, this is a good choice....
Part of the dishes served....
I do not know how much this meal cost....
It was a Treat and I want to thank K and his family for hosting our stay here in Johor....

Comments

  1. The duck does look good, are you a fan of roasted duck?

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  2. Food looks good.2 dishes caught my attention, duck & nyonya fish. Notice both your boys' hands have the same pattern.

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  3. this one oso got sturdy chair... hahaha.. and quack quack looks good...

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  4. It's 'Wong Ngarp' literally translated as 'king duck'.

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    1. Oh, thank you Pam... I was told that it was formerly Meng Meng.. maybe now changed name already...

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  5. Oooo...duck! i like the place already. And the nyonya asam fish looks good too!

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    1. In that case, you must drop by to visit Chris... hahahaa...

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  6. Very flavourful dishes. Petai, duck, tofu, fish - food that I like.

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  7. Bo jio ! I always come to this area !

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  8. Wah, that 'chap choy', really that good? Best in the whole world wo..... :p

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  9. The duck meat looks succulent and wonderful!!! Looks very crowded and popular here, I hope you go again!

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    1. A bit too far from my place here... but yes, I would love to go again..

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  10. OMG, will salivate when I see "choy keok".. Ooops, sounds a bit rude, then call it "suen lat choy".. You really like "suen lat choy" hor, you cook yourself la, I wana see.. Ohhh la la, I love roasted duck, I can finish one whole duck, I kid you not.. The (asam) Nyonya fish looks good too, but I only like the gravy for my rice, susah mau makan ikan outside, have to takecare of the bones and all, teehee..

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    1. My mom can cook that... for me, I haven't tried cooking that myself before.. must have lots of leftover then only sedap... so it is once a year affair esp. after CNY...

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  11. wow, yummy yummy!! the duck and the "4 dai tin wong" look good woh, they are not also the "world's best" ke?? hahaha~~ :p

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    1. So far, not the really best best cos the taste is almost the same with other places.. bu the suen choy plus soup is the one of the best I tasted.... yummmss!

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  12. yyum yum shuin lat choy and roast duck...my fav

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  13. You seem to travel the most amongst all bloggers we know. You should be an air stewardess! Muahahahaha

    Every dish is my favourite and I am not fussy. *Hint *Hint.... The Sei Tai Thin Wong Veggies and Steamed Tofu are my TOIP 2 yummies.

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    1. Air stewardess? No way la.. not tall enough also.. hehehe...

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  14. I like the tofu, it always my first choice to have it!!! =]

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