Tuesday, October 11, 2016

First Evening Spent At Ong Shun Restaurant, Johor

ON MY FIRST EVENING IN JOHOR, we had a late dinner, it was almost 8pm when we reached Ong Shun Restaurant at Jalan Abdul Samad, Kampung Bahru.  After a heavy lunch, the timing was just right.  The crowd was already in full blast but service was swift.  Within minutes our food were all laid before us.  There were five of us and we were all full to the brim with the scrumptious dishes....
The noodles were the best!  
I ended up taking most of them instead of rice... 

It is a mixture of meehoon and koayteow...that's the way I like it!
Steamed egg with Otak Otak...
Three cups chicken.... cooked with basil leaves among other ingredients...
Sweet potato leaves with fermented beancurd... 
Brussels with just garlic... lots of them...
Long time no eat clams.... but the flesh seems to have "shrunk"... 
A must-order Mantau...to go with the sweet and sour sauce...
Something like the crab type of sauce... very nice... 
Yes, that was about all... 
Price?  I was not the paymaster... so I didn't ask...
hehehee...
Anyway, it was a very full dinner for me...
Both Andy and I watched TV while waiting for digestion...
It was almost 2am catching up with the Law & Disorder...
That was my first night in JB!

19 comments:

  1. That steamed egg with otak-otak is interesting. Never taste it before.

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  2. Mixture of hor fun and mihun means it is yingyong! I like this mixture too. Steamed egg with otak otak sounds tasty too.

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    1. Yeah, I like the yingyong and with gravy too...

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  3. The noodles look delicious!! What IS Otak Otak??

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    1. Otak Otak is a nyonya food delight.. made from fish paste and lots of herbs.. I think.. hehehee

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  4. So many dishes, just the way I like it. I like that type of noodle dish. I will just wallop the noodles, won't take rice.

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    1. Noodles got flavours... rice is only rice... get what I mean? hahahaaa

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  5. Oooo...noodles look so good and I sure would like to try the otak otak. Wonder when I'll get the chance to hop over to JB - will Andy be keen on taking me around jalan2 cari makan there? I dunno anybody. :(

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    1. Hope you will have the opportunity one day!! :)

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  6. See that the mixture of meehoon and koayteow, a lot of ingredients, here not much ingredients...

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    1. I haven't tried the singapore version before...

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  7. Yummy, yummy in my belly!

    Some unusual dishes in the way it was cooked but I am all for it. I love to eat.

    I note Mr Wee is looking to book a flight to Johore for a food tour. You go, Mr Wee.

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    1. hahahaaa... he said no one is available to take him around... other than food, nothing much to do...

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  8. Oh wow! The dishes look so yummy, especially the steamed egg with otak-otak!

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  9. Lau hao sui jor... hahaha..... one of these days must go cari makan there

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    1. One fine day, huh... drive down from KL...

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    2. yes, see u next week ok... JUst DO IT!

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