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Our Dinner Set At Sutera Mall Foodcourt, Johor

From Malacca, it took us more than two hours drive to reach our place in Johor. By then both Aaron and I were quite tired.. not sure whether it was the food or the drive that made us very sleepy! Anyway, we reached safely, thank God and it was really good to see our small home again after a two weeks break or ten days in actual fact.....

It was a Friday evening and the causeway was quite jammed up, according to Andy.. by the time he reached home, it was almost 8pm... and naturally, our tummies were kind of "flattened" again... Very quickly, we drove out again, this time to Sutera mall area for our simple dinner..... 
We have been here before once but we didn't try this stall then... 
We ordered two sets of soup plus rice..
And it came with one plate of greens and one small bowl of steamed egg...
Not too bad.... the pricing was around RM8.50
Watercress... good for cooling down...
We ordered some fish ball varieties to go with our dinner..
And the Assam Laksa was not left out either....
The set cost RM6.50...
Sizing up the food....
And that was our dinner feast for the first night in JB.....


Comments

  1. Everyone seems to be enjoying the scrumptious food. Aiyo so hungry liao LOL!

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  2. this STP manyak inconsistent, satu hari cakap the Assam Laksa looks like rubbish floating in longkangwater, today cakap good pulak...

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    1. hahahaa.. serious??? I didn't notice.. you really have a good memory....

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  3. Love the fishballs varieties and for hot weather like now, coconut water is the best remedy to drown down everything.

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  4. wah wah wah!!! makan makan makan!!! you have got "laat laat" laksa, you have got "ching ching" soup and also you have got "leong leong" coconut.. all different kinds of gastronomic experience at once!! hebatnya~~ :p

    i want to ask, i see small white bowls with something white inside and top with one green dot.. what is that??

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    1. That one is steamed egg that comes with the set of rice... :)

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  5. Looks like a decent dinner for everyone. Good enough to fill up hungry tummies!

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  6. Its now 11.30pm. After looking at your dinner set, I have to go looking for food...he he

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  7. Did it revive you? I love your drink in the large fruit of some kind...what is the container?

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    1. It is not a container.. it is called a coconut from a tall tree....

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  8. I think it was the drive that made everyone tired. Driving needs a lot of jing sun and sum gei, mentally tired. I like sai yeong choy soup, oooo and the assam fish looks very hoiwai.. Hungry !!!

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    1. Once there is assam, then sure very hoi wai one..

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  9. When are we going to meet in JB? wink wink...

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  10. The watercress soup is my all time favorite! Will wallop all the watercress too! xD

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  11. So much food and the price is very reasonable. What a happy family makan time.

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  12. Hmm, we have watercress soup to cool down, so let's get some laksa to complement it! XD

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  13. Looking beautiful, while eating delicious then looking.

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