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Kitchen Stories And AEON Tebrau, Johor Jaya

SATURDAY BRUNCH...

Woke up fresh and good after a good restful sleep on the first night in our little nest, it was almost time for lunch or should I say brunch, our two-in-one meal.  By the time we reached Kitchen Stories at Taman Johor Jaya, it was almost noon.   Each time I come to Johor, this place is not missed out in the itinerary when it comes to lunch.

As usual, Kitchen Stories is full when it comes to lunch time but no queues, not to worry.  Once we sat down, the order were swiftly taken and served within minutes.  They have 40 over dishes to choose from and I do not know why, we seem to be ordering back the same dishes each time we go there... LOL....
These are the dishes we ordered for the eight of us.... 
Famous for their claypot Fish porridge..
I like their claypot drunken chicken... 
More like homecooked dishes... 
And finally.... the bill came to around RM150...
Quite reasonable, I would say.... 
With full tummies, it is time to walk off the calories!
Andy took us to AEON in Tebrau... 

Chinese New Year Festive Season is still going on.... 
Live cheerful songs in the air... 
CNY goodies and hampers for sale..... 
Red and Pink everywhere..... 
And of course, we must add some colours too..... as we walked here and there.... 



Comments

  1. This mall looks big and nice to lepak. I have not been there yet.


    Gosh! Your son is so tall suddenly...what did he eat?

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  2. The CNY decorations in Malaysia so much nicer...

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  3. I couldn't wait for Aeon to open soon in Kuching.

    Nice lunch. Everything looked good and delicious.

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    1. Oh, they haven't? Once they do, Tesco will be there too!

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  4. I like all the dishes! Me too somehow end up ordering the same dishes that I enjoy.

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  5. Love home-cooked dishes like these! Awesome shots, dear! xoxo

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  6. the soup looks very nice and tasty..another good food session in Johor.

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  7. Wow! the decorations are gorgeous and abundant. And I like your pretty yellow dress. This looks like so much fun!!

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  8. I saw prawn rolls, i love prawn rolls

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  9. your yellow dress is bright and cheerful!

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  10. Oh me oh my!!! I see so many of my favourites. Drool drool!!!

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