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From Changi Airport To Loon Sing Restaurant, Bukit Indah

CHANGI SINGAPORE.... I landed at Terminal 2 around noon and he landed on the same day few hours later at Terminal 1.

Thank God for journey mercies, we are together again.  And from Singapore, we went back to Johor to our little nest.  It was almost 8pm when we reached Johor, past our normal dinner time.  Since everyone was hungry, we opted to go for a Big dinner at Loon Sing Restaurant, Bukit Indah.  Though only four of us, we ordered a few dishes which filled our tummies throughout the night, yeah... too full that we had to stay up late, just to let them digest properly!  LOL...
All smiles, it must be good to be home again!
Inside Loon Sing, this is my second time here only....
We ordered Fuchow noodles... 
Something very special... with peanuts as toppings...

Yes, very tasty, I like it... something different and it cost around RM18
Treasure Pot with no real treasure except from the sea... RM58
Asparagus with asparagus... RM18
Half size goose meat... RM128
Tasted similarly to duck meat... 
Dishes for the four of us.... 
And of course, desserts is not to be left out... 
Or Nee or steamed taro with pumpkin... 
Not sure why the sides are watery... 
A very different version from the ones I normally eat... 
And a picture to show our hungry smiles!

Comments

  1. What a grand feast for all in the family! I have yet to eat goose :)

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  2. I had tasted goose meat in taiwan in year 2013

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  3. Together with your family again, and a wonderful meal! What could be better.

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  4. Happy family reunion! This loon sing is it the same as the one near Nilai?

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  5. Such a big bag! He's back for good? Wahhhh...your daughter-in-law so pretty!

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  6. That is something new to me. The Foochow noodle with peanut topping.

    Ooo. I want that goose meat.

    Nice group photo. All smiling.

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  7. Lovely family photographs and the meal you all shared looked incredible! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. I have enjoyed coming back here :)

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  8. Home is where the heart is....especially with Mummy dearest around.

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  9. I plan to go Bukit Indah the next round I go JB

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  10. I have not sampled any goose for a long time. RM128...is this considered pricey? :D

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