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An Exotic Dish At Hook Sang Restaurant, Bukit Indah, Johor

IT WAS A SUNDAY EVENING, still a weekend and we decided to eat out before the home kitchen opens again.  It has become a norm, that is, during weekends, we will eat out and for weekdays, it will be homecooked food all the way.

For this particular Sunday evening, we decided to go to Hook Sang Restaurant, a branch opened near Jaya Jusco in Bukit Indah.  We went there once before few months back, the food was not bad and the pricing was quite reasonable... so.... we decided to try other dishes this time round.

There are three of us dining in and these are the dishes we ordered for our tunmies... 
3 Cups chicken and this one has more basil leaves in it... 
Still piping hot when served... 
BBQ Squid... too tempting and I could not resist... 
But I limited my intake...a few pieces of the round rings won't do much damage to me, right?
My Exotic Dish for one time round... 
Money Cai... or Manicai as it is usually called.... 
Cannot get this in Ipoh so this is a Must-Order... 
Lastly and not least, a plate of Smack Meehoon with some pieces of Meat...
And a bowl of white rice.... plus water....
For the four dishes,
The bill came to around RM73....
That ended our weekend dinner.... 

Comments

  1. BBQ squid! I would not be able to resist that as well.

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  2. cheap leh for that many dishes.... hungry jor now

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  3. These dishes are all very different looking and exotic to me!

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  4. wow, delicious food all the way. The money Cai look like the local sayur manis Lahad Datu/su zai cai which is very popular over here.

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  5. I like all the 4 dishes. I can see that the meehoon has some some crispy parts that I love :)

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  6. Not bad prices. Love all the dishes. What is a Smack Beehoon? The pork is a bit fatty for me but I am happy to tuck in and leave the fatty bits on my plate.

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    1. I did the same as what you would do... Smack means flatten gua.. :)

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  7. Wow! Everything is irresistible. Awesome food. Manicai. Cangkuk manis, a very common veggie over here.

    I still wonder how that smack beehoon taste like.

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    1. It is meehoon alright .. just that they flatten it or made it a bit crispy...

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  8. Quite reasonable price... And the foods looks good...

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  9. All dishes look delicious to me especially the 3 cups chicken. With the smack beehoon, I won't need any rice.

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  10. definitely not the usual dishes I can see in KL...these are so exclusively available oni in JB!

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  11. Good price! You definitely can eat a few rings of squid.

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  12. The prices in JB and KL are so matching now.

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