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Durians At Katsure Garden, Sutera, Johor

BOTH OF US WENT TO AEON MALL after our lunch at Face-to-Face, got to cook during the evening so I went to get some groceries.  While on the way home, one of us suggested eating durians, I could not remember who, *most probably it must be ME!*  And my SIL was so sporting, "Yes, Let's go!"  Those are my three favourite words of all time!  hahahaha... 

I really did not know exactly where I was taken, all I know was Sutera Mall being mentioned... but I was very happy when I saw this stall.  It was quite hidden from the main road....

My first time here... Katsure Garden....
Lots of durians... 
What is 100%?
These are RM30 per kilo and one durian cost RM60 plus..
No, too expensive for us.... 
We tried others and haggled the price... 
And then we sat comfortably to devour our durians!
Oh, abundant coconuts for sale too... 
They must be eaten with durians... cool down the body.... 
Both of us could finish two despite our heavy tummies from the lunch.... 
Since the "flesh" was nice and creamy, I bit my lips and bought one back for my prince... 
Yes, only one to satisfy temporary.... hahahahaa... 
Not writing price here... too heavy to write.......

Comments

  1. They have a lot, and they look very fresh and good! You are looking so good with your two durians!

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  2. Wah, the durians look so good. I stopped myself from eating them in July because I overate my budget for durians in June last month. Now I think their price is higher than last month.

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  3. Yums, yums! My body getting heavier and my purse getting lighter getting durians!

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  4. Coconuts and durian! Wow! Yin and yang. Haha.

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  5. Ooo...durians! My ex-lecturer, who lives in JB, just posted pics of durian puffs (deep fried hot crispy crust with cold durian inside). Super drooling!!!

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    1. Oh, I think I know which ones.. Sold in the mall...

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  6. Is it the stretch also selling foods, carpark area?

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  7. Wah, eat durians sampai Johor ar? Hehehe!!

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  8. In Johor ? Bo jio!! Bo jio!!!!

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  9. 3 for RM100? *faints!* So lucky your prince.

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  10. Wah!!! Still got durians at down south! I love durians and wonder what are their specials there.

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