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Our Day Ended At Loon Seng Restaurant, Bukit Indah, Johor

THIRD NIGHT DINNER... 

After the wedding reception, we had a light refreshment at the beach.  They served cakes, cream puffs, egg tarts, cookies and drinks.  Too bad I did not take any pictures of those snacks, all were so tasty that I must be busy eating and mingling around!  Fascinated and captivated by the beach and all, the weather was cooling and nice... hmmm... we should have booked one night and stayed in the hotel!

However, we did not cos we had to drive back to town for the dinner which was held in Loon Seng Restaurant.  It was another half hour away and since it was near to our home, we did not book a night at the Forest City.  Maybe the next round.... hopefully they would not increase the rate much by then... 

To our surprise the restaurant was quite full, filled with other patrons.... one big giant table can only seat 8 persons max.  There were only 7 of us at our table and dishes were aplenty... These are the dishes served... 

BBQ Pork ribs.... 
Braised vegetables with sea cucumber among other varieties... 
Vegetarian curry....
3 cups chicken...
Mini french beans...
Salad prawns...
I like this dish....
Braised pork with dumplings.... 
A brighter version of the fats...LOL...
Foochow noodles... 
Something different from Ipoh... 
And dessert is Lotus Pancake.... 
Our three nights stay in Johor came to an end...
Early next morning we packed our bags and bade....
Bye, Bye Johor...
Till we meet again the next time!

Comments

  1. You can guess my favourite - braised pork with dumplings. Pork ribs too? How come two pork dishes, usually we would not have it like that here...and no long beans at a wedding dinner.

    Here, maximum 6 per table. I guess the dinner would be cheaper since the servings should be smaller, fewer people?

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  2. Looking forward to home, sweet home .....

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  3. The hotel doesn't have restaurant open? Why not have the wedding dinner at the hotel? Food at loon sing should be tastier than hotel food.

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  4. What a delicious looking feast! I bet you all ate every bit of it.

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  5. I would like the salad prawns. Ooo. The pork ribs looked good too.

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  6. wow great feast before leaving Johor!

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  7. My favourites would be the salad prawns and braised pork with dumplings.

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  8. I had been to bukit indah johor before.

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