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Special Laksa And Desserts At Sutera Food Centre, Johor

There was one night that Aaron had an appointment and would not be able to make it for dinner and I quickly took the opportunity to declare "the kitchen is closed" for dinner!  haahaha... I was told that the Laksa near Sutera Mall was a good try and Andy responded that he would take us there that very night... yummmss!
Within minutes we arrived at the destination.....
Contemplating whether we should order from here or there....
And we ended up ordering from both stalls!
Choices of drinks and desserts...
Fish varieties from one stall... RM6
We ordered three bowls of laksa.... 
No complaints... more like Ipoh laksa... RM5
Only difference is that it comes with a piece of assam fish... RM1.50
So special! 
Andy also ordered three pieces of "prawn crackers" to go with the laksa....
As for the drinks...
Just look at the Enormous Coconut!
Bigger than my head... no doubt about that!
hahahaha..
What a night food adventure...
I surely would love to come back again for the Food and Desserts!


Comments

  1. oh, the laksa is interesting leh.. the fish is served and sold separately, funny but something new, haha.. and OMG that big kepala kelapa, hehehe, really such a huge one, guess that's enough for three of you to share..

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    1. We didn't know so enormous.. we ordered two to be shared.. abundant water...

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  2. Wah! that is a very yummy delicious dinner....slurps...laksa, asam fish & big, big coconut! Next time must take me there.

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    1. Yes, I can take... I know where already.. hahaa..

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  3. Assam laksa is very appetising! Sourish I like! So special that they give the fish separately and also charged you for it separately.

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  4. I like the fish but is it with a lot of bones?

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    1. Bones got.. but not embedded inbetween the flesh like some other fish..

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  5. Not the same at Penang laksa? Looks similar.

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  6. This all looks really really good! The huge drink, whoever drinks it all maybe should not drive, ha ha!

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    1. Driving is not a problem.. only have to go restroom more... hahaa..

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  7. Asam laksa and coconut drink! My super favourite! I can eat two bowls of laksa, very hoi wai, suen suen dei..

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    1. Two bowls of laksa might not be a problem.. but if two coconuts... cannot imagine.. hahaha..

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  8. Laksa looks so appetising and the coconut drink is so refreshing to wash down everything.

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  9. Eh? Johor laksa like that one? I always thought they are closer to the curry laksa type in KL..

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    1. Maybe this shop sells something similiar to Ipoh and Penang..

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  10. That coconut is HUGE! I normally see only those small ones.

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  11. LOL!! The huge coconuts are from Mars! They look bigger than our heads.

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