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Malaysian Flavours With Uncle Pou Wok, Johor

WE RESTED FOR A COUPLE OF HOURS after our return from our one day trip in Singapore... *let the driver rest first* ... then only we went out for a simple dinner at Uncle Pou Wok.  Using Waze, we managed to find the place, actually it was our second time there, the first time was a two years back.  Upon reaching, the place was pretty crowded and we had to sit on the parking bay outside the shop.  Actually I rather sit inside the shop, away from the pollution... *kiasu mode*.... Ok, let's not be so particular....
Pou Wok is famous for their Hokkien Noodles aka Tai Lok Mee...
A very Lardy Dish!
Salted Egg Bitter Gourd.... 
Braised Yong Tow Foo... 
And a Small Size Yue Tau Lou aka "Fish Head Soup" with lots of goodies inside... 
Food for four.... 
See... we were "parked" on the road... haizzz.... 
This is Malaysian Flavours!



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  1. So was this an outdoor stand? Must be very popular.Your photos are super good today, up close and sharp! Like the food is right here.

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    1. Oh, I thought the pictures were a bit blurred here... :)

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  2. I wouldn't want to go for steamboat in an non-air conditioned place...unless it is in the Cameron Highlands. So hot here!

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    1. It is not really steamboat... just a hot pot soup... nothing added individually..

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  3. Quite normal right for some restaurants to put their tables outside on the pavement to accommodate more customers. I would be sweating buckets sitting outside eating steamboat.

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    1. hahaha.. yeah, but it is just hot soup with all the ingredients already...

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  4. If it's windy, I am ok, if hot weather, eating steamboat outside, I will be sweating...

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  5. I like eating by the roadside! Hahaha

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  6. I prefer air con place. If sitting outside without air con or fan, I will have to take a big handkerchief to wipe my sweat. Or else the sweat will add flavour to the food! Ha ha.

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  7. I would not mind eating outside but then again, pollution is the concern.

    Hokkien noodle. My least favourite because it is a messy noodle to take. The black sauce and mess. Haha. Reminded me of my Jay. He is a messy eater and one night he had Hokkien noodle. Black mess all over his mouth. Haha.

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    1. Agreed! Seldom eat this tai lok mee but then it is famous here so try to find out..

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  8. This Salted Egg Bitter Gourd is such a unique dish and I would love it.
    I always have to eat my Hokkien Noodle fix at KL's best shop in Damansara Utama. Eat now and worry later is my style.

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  9. I rather sit inside the shop too.

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  10. i also do not want to sit outside. would rather not eat there. lardy noodle? don't like the deep fried lard pieces so will pick them out, lol!

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