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Breakie At Tea Garden Bukit Indah, Johor

THE NEXT DAY WAS A SUNDAY... Andy was our driver again and this time he planned to take us shopping again!  Not in town but out of town, using the highway to Johor Premium Outlet.  Sounds interesting for my siblings who had not been there before.   And as usual, before we set on our journey, we filled our tummies first... I decided to bring them to try the food at Tea Garden.  As far as food is concerned, they wanted to try what I have taken before... They always drool over the food I posted on Facebook and now is their opportunity to try as much as they can... LOL...
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There are 17 outlets in JB itself, if I am not mistaken... 
but not even one in IPOH, unfortunately..

First came the glutinous rice, first time for me too... 
And I would like to order this again the next time...
Suited our taste buds!
Raddish cake... not too bad... 
Meehoon Siam ... simple and ordinary...
Curry noodles with chicken stripes and prawns... though barely visible... 
I prefer to eat the chicken chunks.... 
And a bowl of Fish Porridge to end our breakfast...
Not a very heavy meal actually but enough to last us till tea time at JPO!

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  1. now I know what to order in my next visit to Tea Garden!

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  2. Next round u come JB, bring me there lah, haha...

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  3. no dry meehoon siam at the branch in sri petaling. the fish porridge looks good.

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  4. Wait! You are at a Tea House, but I see no tea! But all the food looks so good. Especially the Meehon Siam, yum! They have a really cute sign.

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    1. I always focus on food and not drinks cos I don't drink tea nor coffee.. funny fella me!

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  5. Andy drives? He's got a car? Ahhhhhh!!!! Can take me around if I hop over to JB, can? Got direct flight there.

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    1. Provided he is free during his precious weekends! hahaha

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  6. Everything you guys ate, are my favourites too!
    I like that type of glutinous rice with nuts but I seldom see them here. Sigh!

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    1. Oh, you mean other branches don't have? Worth trying though...

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    2. the branch in sri petaling has this.

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