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Fuchow Dishes At Loon Seng Restaurant, Johor

THE EVENING BEFORE I LEFT JOHOR... Andy took us to a nice scrumptious dinner at Loon Seng Restaurant in Bukit Indah.  Dinner treat by his special girl for the birthday boy and his mama, thank you so much!

I like coming to this restaurant, it has a nice ambiance and on top of that, the food here is somehow different.  They serve Fuchow dishes as well, I like their noodles, something very different from where I have eaten.  I do not mind coming again and again to try other dishes, this time there were just three of us and we ended up ordering four dishes!  Wow, come to think of it and looking at the photos now, we really can EAT!
Taken from the angle I was seated... 
Lights not brightly lit creating a cozy ambiance... 
As appetizers, we have fried eggplants with meat floss as toppings...
Very nice and tasty dish... 

Fuchow dish.. Red wine with chicken... 
The wine was sweet and thick.. I like it!
Braised seafood dish... our favourite too!
Fuchow noodles as written in the menu... 
Kind of special, right? 
Peanuts as toppings amidst other condiments... 
Four dishes and two bowls of rice!
The Happy Trio ready to dig in... 
Thank you for the yummy-licious dinner, girl!!


Comments

  1. So sweet, your daughter-in-law to be!!! Lucky Andy!

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  2. I never had eggplant cooked like that. Must be tasty and appetising.

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  3. Four dishes for three young people are just right! :D

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  4. Looks like a lovely and maybe expensive place. Very nice atmosphere!

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  5. wah, so sumptuous! I like all the dishes here.

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  6. I have not tried foochow dishes before, must be nice from the look of it. I am especially ineterested in the red wine chicken.

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