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Fresh Crabs At Hook Sang Restaurant, Bukit Indah, Johor

BEFORE I started off with this post, I googled for the name of this restaurant, thanks to my short memory, I truly forgot the name. I remember only one word Hook and I was so surprised when this blogpost  came out first on the list when I surfed.  Christopher, apa la!

Alright, the name of the restaurant is called Hook Sang according to Chris and it is situated in Bukit Indah, recommended by my BIL, the whole gang of us went there for our dinner last Saturday.  The place was really crowded, tables were plentiful and I was thinking that we would have to wait for an hour at least.  But I was wrong..... we didn't have to wait that long actually.... or perhaps I was busy multitasking?
The Boys.....
And..... The girls.... ok, minus one.... ! 
And the food were recommended ....
Their signature beancurd....
Honey juicy ribs....
Fried salted eggs mushrooms....
 The Four Vege Combination....
Sweet Sour Crabs...
Eaten with Man Tau...
And another different style of cooking....
Salted Egg Crabs....
These dishes were for the eight of us....
Halfway through, someone still need to hold the camera...
haiyah....
And towards the end as well.....
What a scrumptious dinner...
Big Thank You to my IN-Laws... 


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    1. This one night time only open.... but we can eat other stuff...

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  2. After looking at the sweet sour picture, I think tomorrow I'll go market, buy some crabs, cook and eat to my heart's content...hehehe

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    1. hahaha... yes, do... own cooking is cheaper and nicer too!

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  3. Ai yoh. Make me drooling over the crabs only! That mushroom dish also attracted me. How interesting they cut/shred the mushrooms till like that and fry.

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  4. All looks nice. Love the juicy ribs & veg. combination. Every dish sweeps clean & clear.

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  5. wah, Christopher's post appeared on the top of the Google search list!! that's amazing leh.. no wonder, all the food look so so delicious and all ngam my taste leh (except that I'll kiap away the lady finger), especially the tofu and mushrooms, OMG~~

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  6. So... should i look for your when i am heading down south?

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  7. Wah.. scrumptious food. Drooling at the crabs!

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  8. aiya.... That was so long ago in my old blog.
    Btw, I stop going to this place already, found better ones.... heheheh...
    Anyway, due to time constraints since my kids are in school now, I seldom cari makan and no longer blog about food. :(

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    1. Correct or not???? I always see u blog about food only!

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  9. My favorite pictures are the boys and the girls. Nicely done! Here, crabs are expensive. But I imagine you are closer to the water?

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    1. Yes, crabs are expensive here too... its the same...

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  10. The signature beancurd looks like a flower! good food and good company! Nice!

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  11. Handsome boys and pretty girls, including you :)
    The fried mushrooms with salted egg looks do good, kam cham goo hai mai? Nice yummy meal..

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    1. Oh yes.. kam cham goo!! hahahaa. You got it right!

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  12. Oh? New friends? That looks like the famous Singapore chili crabs, no? Sweet & sour only?

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  13. Err... this one... last time I wanted to go, but the locals tell me: DON'T!! ... So I didn't go...

    So is the food good or not?

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  14. Everything all sapued clean!

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    1. Must sapu clean cos the price might be heavy! :)

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  15. The signature bean curd looked like a UFO!! The Man Tou caught my eyes too. These days the google and internet makes our lives easier to find the best food in town.

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  16. Went here to grab dinner and it turned out to be happy hour - which was awesome! We liked the dish so much that we got another round. We got to Boston restaurants fairly early and by the time we were leaving, the place was packed.

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