Friday, April 15, 2016

Places For Breakfast In Bukit Taman Indah, Johor

WHAT I MISS IN IPOH, I CAN GET THEM IN JOHOR TOO... That is why I do not miss Ipoh food when I am in JB... I only miss my friends, my kaki makan *my foot/food friends*.. hahahaa...

The food sold here are quite similar to Ipoh, only the taste is different, in fact, now many of the food outlets can cook nicer and tastier food than my hometown.  I wonder whether they are "imported" cos Johor is so near to Singapore and all they got to do is to cross the causeway for good food!

For breakfast or brunch, these are the food normally one can get easily in Taman Bukit Indah and Taman Perling.
Corner coffeeshop at Taman Perling....
My son's order... and he kept asking for it the next day and the next.....
He said it was very nice wor.... 
Healthy Lui Cha....
See, they have fish ball varieties too.. like Ipoh....
Curry also tasted good here!
Next.... Pontian noodles in Bukit Indah...
Wanton noodles... 
Curry Laksa....
With red bean desserts....
And barley gingko....
Next shop... Terengganu noodles in Nusa Duta.... 
Their style of curry... similar to prawn noodles in Ipoh...
Comes with two types of sauce on the Kembong fish.....
Fish pancake...
Each plate to one bowl of noodles... Fair share....
Three different places where I took my breakfast/lunch....
And many more places to explore and to taste... 
Have Food Will Go,
Don't Ever Say No.... 
*big grin*

25 comments:

  1. No liu cha for me, thank you! LOL!!! I would love most of the rest especially the fish ball varieties. Bet I would enjoy that.

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    1. I think vegetarian a lot don't like...

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  2. Thinking of the lui cha. I want to eat the lui cha, desserts and the kembong fish.

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  3. All the food looks nice and delicious! Mama singing so much JB praises now. Should sell off house and migrate to JB where the actions are!!! Yoohoo!

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    1. Oh cannot... I will miss IPOH then.. still very pure bred of an Ipohian..

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  4. The pontian wanton mee, see that quite a number of places in Singapore selling it...

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    1. Yeah, I don't really like it cos the sauce is sweet..

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  5. Eveything looks great. Yeah, I always remember your tagline.....have food will travel...& indeed you have travel alot hunting for nice food & sharing with us...and worst of all, making me droolinggggg, hahha

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    1. Oh dear... I hope it brings a positive effect on you.. :)

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  6. i havent had that Terengganu Noodle before... apa tu?

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    1. Yah, we Terengganu people are curious about that noodle.

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    2. hehehe... the yellow noodles... different from the ones I eat here in Ipoh.. the signboard written Terengganu.. wonder if they just used the state copyright..

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  7. Everywhere you go, got good food :D

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    1. We eat everyday, don't we? hehehe.. just that I always let the camera eat first.. hahaha

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  8. I don't fancy lui cha, but I love that bowl of curry laksa and prawn mee, haha..

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    1. hahahaa... Lui cha is vegetarian.. lots dont like...

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  9. wah, 2 fishes for each bowl of noodles? this is something we can't find in KL!

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    1. Yes, indeed I cannot find it in Ipoh too... it cost around 7.90 if not mistaken..

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  10. Lui Cha is the one I like best! You have not tried that yet?

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    1. My son ordered that... I opted for something else... cos I just took that in Ipoh not too long ago...

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  11. Long time did not have lui cha. All food photos look nice.

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  12. Hmm... everything else pass, but that wantan mee, fail. Epic fail. I will not want it. :/

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