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Dinner At Ah Meng Restaurant, Taman Iskandar Johor

ON THE DAY WE FLEW BACK TO JOHOR... we reached around 3.30pm, just nice to get home, unpacked, had a good rest before preparing ourselves to go for a nice dinner at Ah Meng Restaurant in Taman Iskandar.  One must not leave Johor Bahru without coming by here for some special dishes such as the Smack Noodles, it is so-called. 
However this time, it did not look as "smacky" as before... LOL.. 
The taste is still the same.... very "wok hei"... 
Did not get a good angle on the Petai (stinky beans) with Sambal Belacan... 
Their steamed free range chicken is not to be missed out too... 
Their version of Bitter Gourd with egg is like this...
I prefer the dry version...
Some crispy fried octopus... 
These were what we had for a table of four... 
And for desserts, I must have OR NEE before leaving... 
Pumpkin with gingko and sweetened yam... 
The meal is now complete... 
Total cost?  RM100 plus over... 
That is all I remember..... 
LOL... 

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  1. The pumpkin dessert looks so special!

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  2. Oooo...petai! What a coincidence! I have petai too in my post today. :DF

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  3. Wonderful dishes! I have tried or nee once though I can't remember the taste. LOL!

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  4. What is in the Smack Noodles? They look awesome, maybe I can make them? Then I would SMACK my lips! I have never seen noodles this fine and thin!! Do you know the ingredients?

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    1. hahaha.. the noodles were smacked flat when they were ladled up from the wok.. I guess!

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  5. That steam chicken would be my favorite, I can drink its sauce just like that, yum yum

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  6. Indeed the smack mee is something not to be missed. I must try it if I ever go to Johor again.

    All the dishes ngam me. Hungry looking at the photos now. Lol.

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  7. Everything I like except petai and bittergourd...

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