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Pontian Wanton Noodles In Johor

Each day we go out around 11am for our first meal... it is neither breakfast nor lunch. Too late to take breakfast and too early for lunch thus the word "brunch" is invented just nice for late "wakers" like us. More or less we save a meal each day, instead of taking three meals, we take only two main meals and in between, we take our CNY cookies... alright, correction... not "we" cos the only one taking all these snackies is Me, the one and only who is very *wai sik* for food!
More or less by now, I know how to "move about" to look for food...
*but most times, I depend on my human GPS who sits beside me...*
Credit goes to her.... 
She really has a better memory when it comes to directions... 
 This shop seems quite popular... 
Pontian Wanton Noodles...
Looks good eh.....
The place looks clean too...
Like their green and blue tables with yellow painted walls....
Neat and tidy, yes!
The desserts look good too... 
Ordered a bowl of the red dates and fungus...
The real one came... 
Notice the difference straightaway... 
hahahahaa...
My soupy wanton noodles....
I prefer the dry version....
Oh, about the pricing... it is around RM5 for a bowl..
Portion is larger than what I normally have in Ipoh...
I guess it is justified.... after all, the meal will last us till dinner! 


Comments

  1. I have very bad sense of direction too, cant rely on me.. I prefer to just sit at the back and let the driver drive.. hehe.. Kam ngam, I had wanton noodles yesterday too, with some curry sauce, yummzzz..

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    1. Some really have a good memory on directions!

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  2. We've several Pontian Noodle outlets here in SG too & I love their deep-fried wontons! I want some now!!

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    1. hahaha.. So it went to Singapore too.. or is it vice versa?

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  3. The pickled chilli looks good to eat with the dry wanton noodles.

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    1. Yes, green chilli must go with wanton noodles

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  4. Looks like a nice place, neat and clean. The dry wanton noodle do look nice and tasty.

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    1. Yeah, but I am not used to their sauce yet...

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  5. Hah, I saw the road direction billboard. Taman Nusa Indah, I don't think is Tebrau. Near Legoland and the Second Link is it? Then that AEON should be Bukit Indah LOL! I not familiar with that place, I familar with JB city centre and Senai area XD

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  6. Very nice. I especially like the soupy wanton noodles. :)

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  7. This looks like a very fun place!! We love our GPS, it is one of the best inventions!

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    1. hahaha.. but I am still illiterate to GPS...

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  8. Pontian IS in Johore, right? You went to Pontian or you had it in JB, like having Kuching laksa in Sibu? Looks good - not swimming in the oily black sauce like in some places.

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    1. I think this Pontian noodles have few outlets here in JB...

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  9. The wanton noodle looks good. I love such adventure. Relax and just follow the flow. No need rush here and there.

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  10. We have it here also, see your's makes me wanted to go eat, but today can't, sobssss....

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    1. Yes, you are busy in your activities! hahaha..

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  11. The dry wanton noodles look pretty good. That would be my choice!

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