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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

A Treat At Nyonya Treats At Taman Perling, Johor

COME SATURDAY MORNING, we went for Dim Sum at Tasixi Restaurant, Taman Perling.  I was told that this is one of the Best restaurants serving dim sum and I totally agree!  As it was already 11.30am by the time we arrived, we just ordered and dipped in whatever served on the table.  All I could say is that now I do not miss the Dim Sum in Ipoh... over here in Johor serves as good!
No pictures of the food because everyone especially me was busy dipping our chopsticks in and the amount of food we took came to RM145 for the six of us... LOL...

After the scrumptious Dim Sum, we adjourned to the second link highway to Singapore.  Traffic was smooth on a Saturday, no queues and we reached our destination in an hour or so.  It is a short trip and we decided to have dinner back in Johor instead of Singapore... Wanna pay 3 times more or 3 times less? Kiasu me!
It was 5.30pm when we reached Nyonya Treats in Perling...
Customers were already filling into the humble shoplot... 
Most of the tables were already reserved through phone...
Only a couple left for diners like us without reservation...
New menu compared to the previous visit... 
Cendol Durian was the main reason we came... 
RM4.50 per bowl I think... it was really worth it!
Chunks of durian at the base with red beans and cendol...
Very fragrant coconut milk and brown thick sugar... hmmmm.....
Yes, we wanted these served before food.. not after...  
Our simple dinner consists of Candlenuts Chicken... *Buah Keras*
More like Rendang chicken but without bones... RM22
Cincaluk omelette... 
My son knows this is compulsory for me... 
But they were a bit "old" like me... 
Our three dishes dinner with white and tumeric rice... 
All in, it came to RM52 for this meal... 
Not too bad... 
I want to come back for the Stuffed Fish...
They are only served during weekdays... 

21 comments:

  1. Looks very good! It looks large and fancy here!

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  2. If it's nyonya, count me in!!! Love it!!!

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  3. Cincaluk omelette! I want that. Used to run away from cincaluk but now I am slowly acquire to its taste in food. Hehe.

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    1. hahahaa.. I hope you like it eventually..

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  4. all the food looks good. omelette I like!

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    1. hahahaa.. must be the slimy that you don't like..

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  6. RM4.50 for a durian cendol is really worth it! I like nyonya cuisine but long time no eat liao...

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    1. Not easy to find one that really serves nice nyonya food...

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  7. have you relocated to JB already??

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    1. Half home here.. half in Ipoh... hahahaa..

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  8. I love all the dishes but no thanks to chilli, it gives me sore throat

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  9. Looks like truly authentic Nyonya food...yummy!

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  10. Everyone seems to like Nyonya Food. Their authentic cooking and all the kuehs could please even the most fussy eater.

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