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A Very Satisfactory Meal At Meng Meng Roasted Duck Restaurant, Sutera

JUST ME AND ANDY FOR DINNER...

Back in Johor, we had a simple dinner at Meng Meng Roasted Duck Restaurant, Sutera Mall area.  Though the place is famous for their roasted duck, I did not order that this time.  I prefer their BBQ pork aka Char Siew amidst other dishes.  I like their homecooked style, such as the steamed minced pork and double boiled soups.  For a nice complete and satisfaction meal, we ordered these dishes below for just the two of us...
Their famous BBQ Pork... Char Siew is a Must Order... 
And this too.. the sourish mustard leaves or "Chap Choy" is very appetizing...
Served on a candle lit mini size stove to keep it hot and spicy... 
The fish is freshly fried... crispy, even some parts of the bones can be eaten... 
Andy opted for their dried noodles instead of rice...  
And these dishes were for our dinner.... 
Yes, both of us could finish all these... nothing was left behind except the sauce... 
Total cost below RM50...

Comments

  1. the first picture already 'win' liao….yummy char siew!!!

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  2. With Andy there, sure can finish more than the above dishes I would say. I like to eat the sourish mustard leaves. They are very appetising and go well with congee.

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  3. Oh me oh my! The char siew and siew yoke look so so good!

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  4. Both of you got very good appetite. Besides the food was so good!

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  5. Has been a while since I eat the fish, must go eat one of the day...

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  6. The char siew looks so tantalizing and juicy, good choice, i also like the mustard leaves

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  7. The dried noodles and the barbecue look the best, YUM!

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  8. The BBQ pork looks really dayum! :D

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