Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Terengganu Noodles In Bukit Indah, Johor

SINCE IT WAS STILL WEEKEND, THE KITCHEN HAS NOT OPENED YET... Early next morning we went for our breakfast cum lunch near our place. It is called Terengganu noodles in mandarin but not sure whether they really have this in Terengganu... anyway, I like the noodles there because it is something similar to our Hokkien prawn mee in Ipoh and Penang. The only difference is that the bowl of noodles come with a plate of steamed ikan kembong with sambal on top...
The soup base tastes like prawn noodles in Ipoh...
And it comes in a set with two or three fishes depending on their sizes...
One set like this cost RM6 
My girl ordered meat noodles with koay teow...
No side dish.. same price... RM6
Might as well order the fish one, right? 
*kiasu* hahahaa...
 
If order like this, it is RM6 for each....
But my son and I ordered larger sets...
Each set cost RM10.90 and it comes with a free fruit drink and one side dish....
Thus the two extra bowls of wanton.... 
He told me that it was his first time eating here...
Oh my, yours truly has eaten in this place few times already! 
He said I got time to "Jalan Jalan Cari Makan"
Whereas he has to Kerja Keras Cari Duit!
hahahaa....

27 comments:

  1. I am surprised that bowl of noodles comes with the steamed fish. A very rare combination.

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    1. Yes, that is why I like to,order this...

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  2. Never heard of such noodle. Maybe from Terengganu??

    And 1st time I see people serve whole fishes with noodle. That is weird.

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  3. The name of the shop is Terengganu Noodles or is that the dish? Don't look like anything remotely Terengganu to me hah..hah...

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    1. The name of the shop... So Terengganu doesnt have this?

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  4. looks interesting woh.. prawn noodles with sambal ikan kembong, and not only one fish but two or three and for just RM6, eih, consider cheap in JB already leh.. no wonder Claire has been there few times already, but why was that only Andy's first time?? hahaha, ironic lah~~ :p

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    1. That was what I thought too... He is definitely not food adventurer...

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  5. LOL...not sure leh . doesnt look like trengganu noodles . would love a taste of the crispy wan ton

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  6. eh, you din insist the seller to tear the Sayur manis meh?

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    1. Where got sayur manis? Oh that soupy one?

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  7. I should know what is Terengganu Noodle... My granddaddy makes Terengganu Noodles... and yes, it is Terengganu, not Trengganu...

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  8. Er.. no, I will be like your daughter, I will rather have the meat koay teow. Not a fan of fish bones!

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  9. First time I see noodles and fish served together as a set. The price also very cheap. I think I will enjoy this set because I like fish.

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  10. Bukit Indah got more and more stuffs to makan now!!!

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  11. Ah you are in johor again. I like to eat fish.

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  12. Yes, he looks very thin...but is looking good, very handsome. Must ask your KT friends the noodles there really like that or not.

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    1. Thank you... he does indeed look very thin... Nevermind.. maybe the place is just named like that.. the food might be different..

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