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Di Huang Ya Roaster And Desserts At Sutera, Johor

SOMETIMES WE DO NOT KNOW WHAT TO EAT...  even when we are super hungry, we would still be driving round and round the vicinity looking for food attraction.   On this particular noon, we were doing the same thing and ended up driving all the way to Sutera area until one Roaster shop "crowed" out to us... LOL...

It has been some time since we last came here, formerly I called it "Meng Meng" and now only I realized the actual name of the shop is called Di Huang Ya Roaster.  It is along Jalan Sutera Tanjung 8/4 in Taman Sutera and this is indeed the right choice for our hungry stomachs!
We ordered a combination of roasted chicken and pork.. RM11.80
Roasted Honey Pork Rice for $8.20
This is a Must order dish... Sour & Spicy Pot RM10.80
Comes out like this... hot, sour and spicy!
Ordered Watercress soup to share.. RM9
And the whole meal came to RM47 for the both of us...
Alright, this is breakfast cum lunch so it is more or less justified... \
And while driving home, this stall caught our eyes....
Came down and look-see..... 
Ended up eating these... expensive seeds...  RM36!
Crazy prices... and yes, we were crazy to buy too... 
Our desserts for the day.... done!
Ok, no more durians come what may!

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    1. Yes, Sharon.. only that we don't know how to find them...

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  2. Wahhhh!!! I like the char siew especially, looks so good!

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  3. rm36 is ok! here in kl no more durians d. that day the price was rm72 per kg. *gasp*

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  4. Nowadays must be prepared to pay high price to enjoy durians :(

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  5. I can't recall when was my last time eating durians...perhaps more than 3 years...

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  6. What an enjoyable brunch (including desserts)! ;)

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  7. Oh mine, I am so the very hungry looking at the roast chicken, roast pork and watercress soup (one of my favourite soups)!

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  8. The chicken/pork dish looks delicious! Beautiful durians, a good way to end dinner.

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    1. Try to refrain the next time..getting too expensive..

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  9. Durian is not cheap anymore. Gosh! Can order a complete meal with RM36! ^^

    Watercress soup. I used to hate it as a kid but grow up to love it.

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  10. You are such a good eater! You had my favourite porky and then hentam durians some more. Make me jeles.

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