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Fulfilling Dinner At Pekin Restaurant, Sutera Mall, Johor

THE SCRUMPTIOUS LUNCH AT DESARU FILLED OUR TUMMIES TILL DINNER AT 8PM! On the way back from Desaru,  we stopped halfway to have some fruits and coconut water and at the same time, we searched for the king of the fruits, durians.  Unfortunately we couldn't find any to our liking and we reached home around 6pm and an hour later, we were on our way again for dinner!

Oh yes, dinner reservation was made at 7.30pm and we had to start out early because the road leading to Pekin aka Beijing Restaurant at Sutera Mall has heavy traffic.  Weekends is like that, either it is all about going here and there eating!  LOL... Peking restaurant is very popular in Sutera, have to book early in order to get a table...
Fascinated by these... 
We ordered these.... Creamy Prawns...
More greens....
Mixed variety in claypot.. one I love best...
Stewed Porkie eaten with white Mantau... 
Steamed Red Snapper...
And that was about it... 
Bill came to around RM500 plus if not mistaken.... 
Two heavy meals in one day, I know.. I know... 
Reminded myself to go swimming the very next day!


  1. Aiyoyo! Every dish also very ngam me! So hungry, I better go home and eat dinner LOL!

  2. very nice dishes! my fav is stewed pork!

  3. prawns! my fav! you got everyone's fav dish in your post here. yummy!

  4. All the dishes I like, especially the stew porkie with mantou, slurps

  5. A real feast! And all as fresh as can be! Do they let you choose from the tank?

    1. No, we didn't choose.. we chose from the menu...

  6. I like what I see here! The stew pork belly, the creamy prawns. Make me salivating.

    Ooo. What was in the last aquarium?? Fishes or just wood decor in there??

  7. prawns! my fav! you got everyone's fav dish in your post here. yummy!



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