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Jade Garden Seafood Corner At Desaru, Johor

WEEKEND IN JOHOR... On Saturday we set out with empty stomachs to go for a short trip to Desaru. Sounds wonderful to me, never been and did not know what to expect.  Thought it was a half hour trip but it was more than one and half hours!  Wrong information from my dear one.  Thank goodness I did not really go out with an empty stomach, I filled it up with a piece of bread with sambal before leaving the house.

Anyway, our destination in Desaru is Jade Garden Seafood....
The bridge leading to Desaru... So quiet, eh... 
Nice drive, no doubt about that....
Yes, I am the back passenger now... be my Own Boss...
But actually demoted to the back... LOL... 
Just look at the straight road ahead... Nice.. no cars.... 
Using Waze, we managed to find what we were looking for in no time.... 
Not lunch time yet so it was quite empty...
While we were having our meal, the hall was filled up with around ten tables or more... 
I let them order... just sit back and relax... 
They ordered Yam Basket....
Grilled Squid...
Recommended by the "captain"
Cannot remember price.. RM40? 
Plate of Lai Bak..
Wantan seafood noodles...
And their signature dish .. Lobsters..
Not the giant type.. just medium size...
With chinese wine, it blends very well...
The Lobsters came out much later while we were having our meal.... 
Our scrumptious lunch on a Beautiful Saturday... 


  1. Wow, the food looks great. I notice there is another daughter of yours, hahaha. Andy & she looks alike. Congrats.....������

  2. The lobsters caught my attention, hehe...

    1. Actually they look like giant prawns.. hahaha

  3. The trip was worth it!! This place is so fancy and pretty. And the FOOD!!! It all looks so good and is abundant.

  4. Wah! Lobster!!! The delicious food would make everyone happy!
    I have yet to visit Desaru and curious now.

    1. And all we went was the food and not the sights.. hahahaa

  5. Ohhhhh???? Is that her? Andy's girlfriend? Perfect match! When? When? Don't forget to invite me, ok!!! What about the older brother? Still available? :D

  6. what a scrumptious meal! you just need to sit back, relax and enjoy your meal! so I guess no use asking you the price of the lobsters as you won't know, right?

    1. Oh, sorry, I should have put the price.. it is around 214 or so...

  7. Oh my! Yummylicious and scrumptious lunch. I wouldnt mind driving all the way for the food. The lobster. The grilled squid. I am salivating.

  8. What a wonderful meal! I like all the dishes.

  9. the lobster!!!!! the restaurant looks so spacious with lotsa vacant seats/table. And getting there seem like a breeze...

    1. Didn't want to go during lunch hour... so the trip there was a breeze..

  10. Food looks really good, especially the lobster.
    Company must be good too (noting the sweet girl next to your son)!

  11. That grilled squid looks good, must have strong teeth to eat it

  12. Everything looks delicious and we can't help noticing a new sweet face!


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