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Food And Fun At Taman Pelangi Johor

TIMES PASSES REAL QUICK during my stay in Johor.  Each day we go out for brunch, then do some shopping for groceries (provided I cook in the evenings) and in the afternoon we sure end up eating some light snacks here and there.

One place I never miss going whenever I am in Johor is Taman Pelangi, desserts corner!  I have to request my in-law to take me there, no matter how many times already, I still do not know how to go from my place to this garden.  The only way to learn and remember is to be become the driver myself otherwise I will never remember the way.... *No, I didn't get to drive this time too*
Our regular stall.... Tan Kee Pelangi
The sign Food & Fun Johor is also visible... 
As usual we ordered their Rojak!
Comes with "Yau Char Kwai" too.. but I seldom pick on those... 
Cold gingko drink....
My first time trying out JB curry noodles.... 
Similar with Ipoh style....
Comes with a few types of "liew"
It is RM5 per bowl....
Looks spicy hot but thankfully, it was not as spicy as it seems to be....
Drowned it with a big bowl of Cold Gingko...
This is what Foodie Traveling is all about, right?
Yummmmsss!!



Comments

  1. Wink wink, you know what to do when i hop over to JB, hint hint...

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    1. Hinting ok.. but I still dont know the way.. hahahaa

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  2. Rojak & refreshing dessert for me, pls.

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  3. Oh my! The rojak looks good!!!

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  4. Life of a foodie!! Love the gingko drink.

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  5. Travelling foodie should be your new blog name! :D I would love a bowl of cold refreshing ginkgo dessert. The curry gravy looks so thick! What noodle was in the curry? Couldn't see the noodle in the photos.

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    1. I ordered koay teow.. yeah, I should have dug them out... hahahaa

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  6. I would like to have the gingko dessert either cold of warm. Eating is an enjoyable thing to do..

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  7. The rojak and cold ginkgo dessert make me wide awake now!

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  8. Rojak & curry meen, come, anytime for me! I can have 2 plates rojak and 2 bowls curry meen now.. Lai...

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  9. Got go to my church in taman pelangi?

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  10. the curry noodles so 'pekat'! I like it!

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