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Our First Dinner At Uncle Pou Wok, Johor

By the time we reached Johor, it was almost dinner time!  We quickly unloaded all our stuff in the living hall and set out to fill our hungry tummies!  As my son drove, he showed me all the shops that serve food during the daytime... since they are working during the day, I need to know how to get food for my girl and I... both of us will be "stranded" if we do not know how to drive around the vicinity....  hahahaa...

Back to our dinner, we were taken to this shop here called Uncle Pou Wok!  What a cute name...
The crowd was already there when we reached....
Food here must be Good just by looking at the occupied tables....
Uncle Pou Wok... (Repair Kuali) or does it have a different meaning in Mandarin?
Most of the tables were fully occupied...
This noodles came within five minutes after we ordered...
We were wondering why the fast service....
Seems that this was not our order... but then too late... we already "emptied" it within minutes!
The noodles were very tasty... 
Lots of lard and fragrant sambal to go with it!
Soon the steamed chicken followed suit...
Young "Siew Bak Choy"
And this is their signature dish....
Fish Soup with Yam and other varieties...

 As usual, the camera gets to take everything in.....
Including us humans....
And when everything is already taken.... finally...................
Let's start!!
 
 
 

Comments

  1. Next round you in Johor, i hop over to find you, you bring me there ya, wink wink...

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    1. hahahaa... wink wink... so far I don't know where they offer good food! Let me get used to driving around... then more nice food to eat!

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  2. Love the steamboat!!! I like!!! And the Hokkien mee too. The yellow colour of the steamed chicken - is that natural? Corn-fed chicken and hence this colour?

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    1. For that plate of chicken, it is RM25 .. not sure about colouring or not.. but some chicken does have this skin colour..

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  3. All looks great especially the steamboat.

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  4. Their steamed chicken and fish Steamboat are very good. However, I don't like their attitude in one of their outlets and never patronize since then.

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    1. Oh, you mean they have other branches elsewhere too!

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  5. yeah, what a cute name!! literally it means "repairing the wok", figuratively it means "resolving difficult problems" (or to be more exact, to handle the shit, hahaha).. the dishes all looked good leh, and i notice you actually place our order according to the signboard on the wall?? haha, big big picture sure no wrong right?? :D

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    1. Yes, more or less.. ordered their signature dishes... next time can try other dishes..

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  6. I'm waiting for you to explore more JB food! Might be helpful to me if and when I travel there for work again ;)

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    1. Oh when are you coming down again? So far I am still new and haven't really found anything interesting and yummylicious ... hahaha...

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  7. Their signature dish looks the best to me! My favorite here is the two pictures you put together, they are great pictures! Especially you and your girl.

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  8. I too like their signature dish...especially when you mentioned yam as one of the ingredients. Looks like a very popular place.

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    1. Yes, or perhaps it is CNY festive season now...

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  9. Ooooo yeah you must 'ying lou' (recognize road), nearby places lor, for me I must know how to get to the coffeeshops, mini marts and clinic, thats all, very important to me.. I love that pot of fish soup, so much liew inside..

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    1. Right... and I am quite hopeless in roads directions!

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  10. I not trying to say sibling love is not good but sometimes it may bring negative effect. By looking at the second photo, if people don't know your family, people may think that your daughter got BF already. Then she will lose a lot of opportunities ( I guess she not lack of opportunity). My ex-female colleague told me about this logic.

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  11. The food is so delicious looking and that's my type of choices! I always enjoy looking at your kids in the photos. They appear like your siblings and friends instead which is very good! They get older but you get younger pula. Muahahaha

    It is so hard to find happy families nowadays. Well done mama!

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    1. Wahhhh.. everytime you say that... I really must go for plastic surgery cos these pictures normally are quite deceptive...

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  12. Eating spree again. huh? I like lah like that! The soup looks good with so many ingredients inside.

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  14. Hahaha, so charm, the hokkein mee original orderer must be waiting so long for their order to arrive but never did. So did they charge you for the hokkein mee you did not order?

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