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Tea Garden And Ah Koong Restaurant, Taman Sentosa, Johor

MONDAY...
My friend and I were on our own on this day.... The night before we called up an ex-classmate whom have moved down to Johor a month ago.  We planned to meet up during lunch time, it has been many years since we last saw each other.

In the morning we went out for a supposedly light breakfast but we ended up taking a heavy meal instead.  I took my friend to Tea Garden and ended up ordering curry chicken noodles and a plate of nasi lemak from there.  The most hungry part of the day is the first meal of the day and everything seems to look very tempting at this time.  LOL...
Curry Chicken noodles.... 
And my plate of nasi lemak which I managed to finish all... to my surprise...
How come in Ipoh I don't order something like this?
hmmm....
As for lunch, we had something light instead... 
We met up our schoolmate in her house...
Spent around two hours there and came to this shop called Ah Koong Restaurant.
It was crowded when we came in and quiet when we finished our lunch... 
We had three bowls of noodles and a bowl of this fish variety...
I was shocked when I saw the bill which cost RM47!
Oh my goodness!  
Then I was told that this price has something to do with the neighbouring country... 
LOL...
Anyway, our day was well spent... 
Thanks to another friend who came and fetched us and took us back... 
For I really do not dare to drive out so far to Johor town area.... 

Comments

  1. The egg in the nasi lemak makes me frown. :( Wowwww!!! So expensive, eating in Johore.

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  2. Aha, so in the morning you are a big eater, can finished both curry chicken noodles and a plate of nasi lemak. Then can still eat a light lunch. This Ah Koong Restaurant is available in KL too and the AK Noodles chain all over in shopping malls are related to Ah Koong too.

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    1. No la.. I didn't finish two plates... not such a big eater.. hahahaa

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  3. It's very nice to meet up with old friends. You have good appetite, just like me! LOL!

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    1. hahaha.. I would love to eat more if my stomach permits more space!

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  4. Very heavy meal but I like the dishes you guys have.

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  5. nice food whenever you are, I like that !!

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  6. I love curry chicken and nasi lemak is one of my favourite, i like all the food you guys but curry chicken i prefer to have it with rice

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  7. I love curry chicken and nasi lemak is one of my favourites, i like all the food you guys had but curry chicken i prefer to have it with rice

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  8. How far is it? I don't blame you for ordering so much breakfast, all the dishes look delicious! They look much better than lunch.

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    1. The place is around half hour drive and I am not so familiar with the roads..

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  9. hahaha...neighbouring country punya fault when it comes to expensive price!

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  10. This nasi lemak looks like typical Chinese styled from their colours. I like both Chinese and Malay cooking.

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