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Nyonya Treats At Taman Perling, Johor

SINCE THE KITCHEN WAS NOT OPENED YET, I SUGGESTED GOING TO NYONYA TREATS IN TAMAN PERLING... This is the place I would like to go again and again for their nyonya food, I was looking forward to eating the stuffed spicy fish but unfortunately, they were finished by the time we reached there.  The place was quite crowded that evening and I guess the grilled spicy fish was a favourite dish among the patrons....

For starters, we ordered these desserts...
 Durian Cendol and Bubur Cha-Cha-Cha.....
Let's start on this first while waiting for the dishes...
Then this came... 
Another five minutes wait, another one came out....
 Curry Sotong with pineapple...
How I wish I could eat more of these...
 Then waited for many minutes before our third dish came... 
Nyonya Springroll.....
 Our three dishes.....
For this meal course, the bill came to.... 
oooppsss.. I forgot... was it RM50 or RM60?
Anyway, I am still not satisfied yet...
Hope to go one more time before I leave for Ipoh...

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  1. The springroll, i like, i like... wink wink...

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  2. Not satisfy?? Meaning, you have not have enough of them to satisfy your craving??

    I love all of them. Drooling over the curry sotong and spring roll

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  3. the curry sotong and spring roll look tempting.....sure yummy~~

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  4. eih?? the desserts became your appetizer this time?? then, means you went to another place to have some more desserts, correct?? Claire's principle mah, must have desserts to complete a meal.. haha!!

    I have to say the curry squid with pineapple looks so good!! the curry is so good to go with rice.. and the nyonya roll also, slurps slurps!!!

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    1. Drink up first cos by the time we finished dinner, our tummies might be very full to tuck them! hahahaa

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  5. Aiya you 50-50 in Ipoh and JB one nowadays, you scared no chance meh? I think you will come here another 50 or 100 times more in the future hehehe

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    1. hehehe.. will go one more time before I leave... no la.. i seldom come JB ma...

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  6. Claire, now I also want to wink wink to you...remember to take us there when we visit! Lol!

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  7. OK ok ...ask your kid to treat me next !!

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  8. I like to eat the two bowls of ice.

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    1. Can or not Mun.. you are small eater like me.. ahemmmm...

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    2. Eat the two bowls for variety but share share with others lah.

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  9. Nyonya, nyonya...zaman sekarang! Ooooo...I love nyonya, take me...take me there! I think one of these days I can fly over to JB and Andy can take me around jalan2 cari makan. Can or not, Andy? I belanja you lah.... Hmmm...so thin. :D

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    1. hahaha... he can eat a lot one... a lot of spare space inside him!

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  10. Wah, got durian cendol! I want!

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  11. You live in two homes and fly many countries. What a good life and abundance of food to makan.
    Chendol would only taste superb with duriansssssss!!

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