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Comfort Food At Pekin Restaurant Sutera, Johor

BACK TO JOHOR...

The evening we were back in Johor, it was our turn to have "comfort food" Asian styled... and for that special dinner, we went to Peking Restaurant at Sutera area.  The food can never go wrong over there, only thing is that, the place is always full.  We waited for half an hour before we could finally ushered in to our table.  Food preparation is fast though, within minutes our dishes were all served and within minutes, only empty plates were noticed.. LOL..

There were only 6 of us and we ordered just a few dishes, bill came to around RM200.
Smiles for the camera while waiting for our "comfort food!"

Everyone loves their Glutinous rice wrapped with lotus leaf... 
This is also nice... Yam with vegetables inside the "well"
Yummy Yam!
Asparagus stirfry with garlic..
Creamy prawns... 
Now I am drooling!
Another one of their signature dishes... 
Mongolian Spare Ribs or something like that...
Very soft and juicy!

Fried Meesua instead of rice... 
By then we were too full.. and could not tuck in any desserts!

Comments

  1. Look at the mongolian spare ribs i want to have a bite

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  2. Drooling over the food photos. No wonder the place is always full!

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  3. I like all the food especially the yam, prawns and lotus rice.

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  4. The glutinous rice looks really delectable. The creamy prawns must be rally tender, juicy and succulent...

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  5. The food looks super fresh, and well prepared!

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  6. Mongolian spare ribs get my vote. Andy's looking good, more handsome than ever - they say love does that to a guy! LOL!!!

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  7. Wah...what a feast! Everything looks so sedap!

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