Monday, March 9, 2015

Lunch At Bidor Restaurant In Taman Johor Jaya, Johor

After the visit to the launching, we had lunch with my relatives at Bidor Restaurant in Taman Johor Jaya which is more than half an hour drive from where we are staying.  I was told that the food here had some similarity in taste with Ipoh.  My sister-in-law is right!  The food here is indeed authentic, a mixture of both states in one...
Famous for its claypot fish porridge...
Not the actual type of porridge that I cook at home...
As for my version of words, it is served with rice in fish soup....
Piping hot soup served... can be "refilled" too....
As for the rest of the dishes... here they are... 
Love them All!
Not sure of the name... Wu Xiang?
Leafy greens... I can finish them all anytime!
Johor "Lobak!"
This dish is very nice!  
And ended up ordering two... one after another...
 Needs no introduction here....
Sweet sourish taste!
Stewed beancurd....
Crispy fried fish roe...
Blessed Food!!
As usual.... this is not an unusual sight.... 
hahahaa...
The cost came to around RM140 over... 
Thanks for the scrumptious lunch!
 


31 comments:

  1. When you mention fish porridge, I was squinting my eyes to see the porridge.. Ooohhh rice in fish soup, something like Teochew style la..

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    1. Yes, Louiz.. rice and soup is also called porridge.. it is right in a way only that the rice is not as soft ... :)

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  2. Wow!!! a table full of yummy delicious food. I noticed the two clay pots of piping of porridge are place on the inverted covers.....just hope they won't go off balance.....

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    1. Oh, I also didnt notice la... you really have sharp eyes!!

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  3. I always love claypot porridge, even best to eat during cold days, hehe!

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  4. What a feast. Oh, I prefer the usual type of porridge to rice porridge. All the food looks great.

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    1. I am also like you.... prefer softer rice..

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  5. wah, i like this place!!! all the dishes like so ngam me only, haha.. the fish porridge (actually anything soupy and ching and piping hot in claypot) and the wu xiang and the lobak and the bittergourd with egg all look so yum yum to me!!

    p/s: i see a new face today.. who's that young man in single taking to your son??

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    1. Yes, that is a new kid around the block!

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  6. I like the fish porridge! So much food so what a fun makan session with your loved ones. :)

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    1. Indeed it is a funoholic food session!

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    1. Pandai cakap! Auntie in Johore, tak bawa jalan jalan eat the best in town pun?

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    2. Arthur, thank you for twisting his ears for me... ! hehehe...

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  8. Ooooo...vinegar pork leg! Drool! Drool! Love the look of the porridge too...nice! The lor bak...I prefer it fried first and then sliced. When they fry in slices like that - always gives me the impression they're leftovers, re-fried. What's that Wu Xiang? Looks good!

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    1. Fried cut or cut and fried... no matter to me... they are so GOOD!!

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  9. By looking at the picture of the claypot fish porridge, already makes me drooling...

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    1. Then you must come to JB to try them all,Sharon!!

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  10. This is just your kind of food, Claire. I bet you will return!

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    1. Yes, I certainly will but I need someone to take me there.. hahaha

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  11. This one, next time you move here more permanently, they you can visit frequently when you miss Ipoh! :D

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    1. You always say the right things, RG!! Maybe food people like us think alike! hahahaa

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  12. sobs...dont wanna friend you liao..i see your blog and Nancy blog...aiyo...the food had me drooling

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    1. Then you must come to Ipoh and to JB too! hahaha

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  13. I want the vinegar pork trotters!

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  14. That fried thing looked like Thai Fish cakes which can similarly be found at Indian and Malay stalls too. Is it Wu Xiang?

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