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GO Noodles At Paradigm Mall, Johor

JOHOR FOOD...

Back in Johor, Aaron tried to cover as much as he could within the two weeks stay, yes, very intensive food trail.  And yours truly here is joining in the club, eating and widening the waist line together with him every single day.

Started off the first morning with Lai Kee noodles in Tun Aminah, second morning at Go Noodles at Paradigm Mall and after the first meal, we went for the most fattening desserts in town.  It is a wonder that Johor has a mass production of durians and selling at lowest price ever.  How not to eat when the prices are as low as RM1 per durian??   And this afternoon we saw a banner, Eat All You Can for RM5!!  Oh my goodness.... yes, mostly "kampung durians" which are selling that cheap.   We did not go for those Branded Names durians.... we still prefer the original taste from the old trees where there are worms squirming in some.... LOL...
At Go Noodles in Paradigm Mall... 
Bursting Balls with Mi Xian noodles... 
I prefer Pork Tendon noodles where there is a tinge of ginger in the balls... 
A bowl of Crispy Fried Beancurd Skin.... 
Why does anything crispy taste so good??? 
Yes, stopped by at Sutera to relax and to have these.... 
Irresistible... 
We opted for those RM5 each.... 
That is our first day round of durians!


Comments

  1. Wah! Food adventure with your son. Sounds good but bad for waistline. Hehe.

    The bursting meatballs really bursting. Crispy things already taste good.

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  2. I have started feasting on durians once my cough was gone!

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  3. So how long do the durians stay in season? You have so many places to eat!! We do not have that many here, I think.

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  4. Durians are out here too but there is a terrible heatwave currently - I sure would stay away from those heaty fruits, not that I'm a fan, actually.

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  5. Yummy! Only RM5 per fruit. I scream I want.

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  6. Durians for me any time! except when I am already full. :(

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  7. 2 weeks of intensive makan...then another 2 weeks of 'dieting'? durians in KL are cheap now...but I can eat much, too heaty!

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