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Our Dishes At Uncle Pou Wok, Bukit Indah, Johor

DURING THE WEEKEND, the home's kitchen is normally closed by default... My kids know it by now already, in fact there is no more cooking done starting on Fridays.  Time to chill out, as the saying goes... LOL...   The night before Friday, we will discuss on what to eat and where to go. 

The minute my son reached home, both me and my girl jumped into the car.  It was almost 7.30pm by then and our tummies were ready for food consumption.  Our discussed avenue was Uncle Pou Wok at Bukit Indah branch.  I think each time I come down, this place is always in the itinerary....
There were six of us and we ordered these dishes... 

The Fish Head soup is their signature dish... 
Variety of goodies inside...
BBQ pork ribs... 
Bitter gourd with salted eggs...
Yau Mak... 
Stuffed Yong Tau Foo... 
And two plates of their thick noodles with lots of lard!
Dishes for the 6 of us, filled us to the brim... 
A very scrumptious dinner indeed that came to RM140... 
I guess I will be coming by here again next month... 


Address :
46, Jalan Indah 28/1, 
Taman Bukit Indah 2,
81200 Johor Bahru.










Comments

  1. uncle pou wok must be a popular dai chow place there. I like the bitter gourd dish best.

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  2. The pork ribs look droolworthy but why so few pieces? 6 persons, 1 each? I guess it is marinated with soy sauce - we are going gluten-free these days so that is out. The creamy fish head soup would be nice - love it with bihun.

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    1. They are nine pieces actually.. maybe MIA.. hahaa...

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  3. Fish head soup, pork rib. Gosh! That looked good. I like bittergourd with egg.

    Not so keen on the fried noodle with lard. Messy. Hahaha.

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  4. All looks pretty good. I like the fish head soup & bittergourd. Yummsss

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  5. Mmmm....the fish head soup looks especially yummy. All the other dishes look good too. No wonder you always head to this restaurant.

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    1. Cos we don't know where else to go.. not too far at least..

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  6. You must have a ball eating out with your kids!

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  7. The stuffed YTF look very flavourful and tempting

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  8. Wah, eat kaw kaw until very satisfied!

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    1. Yeah, normally rest day for me during weekends and Fridays!

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  9. It is good that you close your kitchen from Fridays through the weekends. Time for family bonding and eat like happy gluttons. I like this Mama Claire's way of family upbringing.

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