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Tea Time And Desserts In Taman Pelangi, Johor

During the evening, we crossed the causeway to Johor via cab. I thought it was the normal type of cab but to my surprise, an Innova came to pick us up. My son told me that the trip from our place to Johor cost $55SG and we reached Jaya Jusco shopping mall in within half an hour! The causeway was quite smooth though it was a Saturday night. Dinner was at Fei Zai restaurant, I didn't manage to take any good pictures, I was too hungry by then....

The next day we were taken to Pelangi Garden, I was yearning for these type of food!
Stalls at Taman Pelangi...
It was almost 3pm when we reached the place, it was almost crowded...
A Happening Place here.. so it seems....
Ordered their famous rojak....
Their Fried Beancurd with Rojak Sauce....
This one has less sauce.. another stall gave a thicker rojak sauce... Best!
What I miss now is this!!
Just look at the Gingko Nuts.... abundance!!
I cannot remember exactly how much... maybe around RM3.50-RM4.00.... 
Considered very cheap.....
This is called Ice Kacang but topped with Cocoa sauce!
We ordered a bowl of Cendol too... very creamy and nice!!
I would certainly love to come by here again and again...
Whenever I am in JB!

Comments

  1. Wah, bean curd with rojak sauce = best

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    1. Not too bad... another stall put in so much rojak sauce.. too bad I didn't take a picture of that...

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  2. Owh, what a crowd. I notice there are taugeh in the rojak which is usual compared to ours and the cendol is lighter in colour too. All in all, everything looks nice.

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    1. Yes, I love to try out other states' specials!

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  3. Aiyo .... so expensive. Just board a express bus at rochor road near bugis which took 30 mins only to reach CIQ. Cost $2.50 per pax. Then, take a cab in jb. Pelangi is only rm10.

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    1. With the big luggage, I prefer to be taken... next time send me a limousine!

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  4. I love to eat gingko. I am salivating over your bowl of cendol. Looks really yummy!

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  5. Am very early today.. Wokeup to feed G ma.. Couldn't zzz back so I blog-visit lor.. Fei Zai restaurant? Fatty Boy restaurant, sounds like HK restaurant or those selling HK char-chan-teng food..Too bad no pictures.. Wah that ice kacang looks unique, topped with choc sauce wor..

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    1. aiyoh.. 3am is the best time to sleep! Yeah, with babies, no time to really sleep well... never mind, these will last for a short time... treasure the moments... hahahaa.. next time they will appreciate what you have sacrifice for them! :)

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  6. I have never heard of Gingko nuts, but I love these bright blue poles!

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    1. Oh Ginny, I had to scroll up to see what you meant! hahaha..

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    1. No thank kiu to the others? hahahaa... yes, sweet things are not for you, right?

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  8. i think if there are more people, it's more worth to just take a taxi.. and you reached Johor in just 30 minutes, wow, that is super quick!! and oh my, i thought what kind of food you were yearning for.. but then aiyoyo, i want those too!! hahahaha.. i want the beancurd and the ginko dessert so much~~

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    1. I never seen so much gingko nuts in a bowl of tong sui here in IPOH.. only 3 or 4 or 5 the most? This is really something special...

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  9. I want that rojak and cendol. A perfect partner on a lazy afternoon or evening.

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  10. Sometimes hawker food taste much better than those in the restaurant!

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  11. fried bean curd with rojak sauce..yummy!

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  12. Love the gingko, is my most favorite one!!!

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  13. U should hide me in your luggage so that i could go JB with you, lol...

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    1. NO need.. just take passport and go into JB.. so near.. and yet so far? hahahaa...

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  14. Whooaaa! Ice Kachang with cocoa sauce is really tempting and new for me. They seem to have their own style of toppings in Johor. Gingko Nuts are good for our brains! No wonder Claire is so smart.

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  15. Yes, really special.. I wouldnt mind trying that again..

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