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Sunday, January 15, 2017

Face To Face At Bukit Indah, Johor

MY GIRL LOVES KOLO NOODLES, difficult to find them in IPOH whereas in Johor, we can get to eat them anytime we want to.  The very first breakfast in JB was none other than Sarawak noodles, I guess they must be Kolo and not Kampua, anyway, I am not too sure, as long as they are Sarawak noodles, it must be one of those.  For the noodle fix, we went to Face To Face at Bukit Indah, easy parking and just opposite AEON shopping mall.

It was around noon when we arrived and the crowd was already filling up the Noodle house.  Only one table was left for us while a few tables were displayed with "Reserved" sign.  Well, I guess this place is popular, as long as it is an air-con place, patrons do not mind paying a bit more than the usual coffeeshops....
Beautiful Hill, it says here.... 
On the way to the Noodle House.. Face To Face....
Almost arriving, the noodle house is just behind the shophouses on the left....
I am quite familiar with this area by now... ahemmm...
Tell me.... Kolo or Kampua?
I took Pan Mee.... such a big portion!
Side dishes... Chives Dumplings...
I find them different from the last time I ate them...
Not as crispy as the previous time... 
Sayur Manis soup with eggs... 
This meal represented our breakfast and lunch...
Two meals at One Go!
Can last us till dinner, no doubt about that.... 
Time to go for a long walk at AEON Bukit Indah after our heavy meal.... 
This is Johor life...


17 comments:

  1. More kolo mee look than kampua. Oo. Cangkuk manis soup with egg. I never tasted that before. Usually cangkuk manis with anchovies in soup.

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    1. Yeah, I think kolo is more common here in JB...

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  2. Can't really differentiate between kolo n kampua...I jst know they r delicious. I love all noodles except the yellow Hokkien mee

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    1. Me too.. the yellow noodles is very chai...

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  3. I have only eaten kolo mee in KL but not kampua mee so I would not know the difference. I like the sayur manis soup with eggs.

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    1. I think kampua is not sold over here, most probably it is kolo...

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  4. Your Pan Mee has me salivating, it looks so awesome! The soup looks like what we call "egg drop soup with spinach", I have made it many times. The dumplings look so crispy! I think if I ever visited you, I would gain 100 pounds! What an amazing tall building this is!

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    1. hahahaa... Really Ginny! I think you might end up losing if the food does not suit your taste...

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  5. Looks like kolo mee to me. Personally I prefer kolo mee, the nice ones in Kuching - it's in the taste actually, different and a bit like Seremban Hakka mee. Lots of Hakka people in Kuching, Sibu mostly Foochows. The ones here are mostly pale imitations - like kampua in disguise, look the same but not the same.

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  6. Nice meal. Lots of carbo that I love!

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    1. wahhhh.. that means I have taken a lot!

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  7. This is definitely my favourite. There is fierce competition between JoJo and face2Face. Both ar4 very good to me.

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    1. Oh Jojo? Have not tried that before...

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  8. Very nice breakfast. If only Ipoh has Sarawak noodles.....

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    1. Yeah, if only.. then my girl will frequent it often..

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