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Newly Opened Szechuan Dishes At Bukit Indah, Johor

THERE IS ONE NEW RESTAURANT OPENED RECENTLY IN BUKIT INDAH, it is just opposite the Giant mall and the five of us went to try it out one fine evening.  If not mistaken, it is called CDK or is it CKD?  *confirm later*

Upon entering, we were impressed by the Chinese decoration at the entrance.... In fact, the ambiance is beautiful, one point up for that.... We did not know what it has to offer till we sat down and the menu was served.  Prices were not too bad, no S, M or L portion, all comes in one size.  The dishes reminded me of Szechuan, sourish and spicy and we try not to order more on that.

For the five of us, we ordered five dishes, never knowing how big the portions were until they came... Anyway, the next round we should know how to order...
The wall decor at the entrance.... 
From where we were seated.... 
Thought of standing up and take the whole surrounding...
On second thoughts, better sit still and do that... 
As for the food, this is something different from what we normally eat in other places...
Braised Pork knuckles with lots of yellow beans.... 
Salted egg pumpkin...
Marpoh Beancurd... a bit too flavourful for me... 
Prefer something like this... 
The best of all is this Fish Soup...
It was sourish and spicy... 
Generous servings of the fish meat... 
Fresh and nice!
Our dishes for five people... 
Bill came to around RM139.90... 
After our dinner, we lingered around the entrance to catch these... 
Well, shall we come again another day?
For the Fish Soup, we certainly will... 


Comments

  1. the fish soup is the best from the look of the food. the yellow beans look like soya beans.

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    1. But they are not soya.. or are they? hahahaa... yet to confirm..

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  2. Cheap and everything looks delicious! Szechuan cuisine, they say, is spicy? You did not order their famous Szechuan hot and sour soup?

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    1. The soup we ordered is something like that.. sour, saltish and spicy...

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  3. Very Chinese ambiance with the decor and big case.

    Everything looked delicious and interesting especially the pork knuckle and fish souo. Big serving.

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  4. Lovely place. I love Szechuan cuisine. The fish soup looks good!

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  5. I love this green wall, and the fish soup looks divine! A very unusual and pretty place!

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