Lontong @ Pantai Laut, Batu Pahat

lontong pantai laut

Sometime ago, I blogged about Kedai Makan dan Minum Pantai Laut, as one of the best asam pedas available in Batu Pahat. Now, I feel obliged to introduce its other worthy dish – lontong. We are obsessed with lontong, to a great extent. The best lontong in Batu Pahat is still Mak Ani’s, but it’s […]

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Pisang Goreng at Taman Soga, Batu Pahat

Pisang goreng at Batu Pahat

I always cry foul over pisang goreng (banana fritters) served with anything else but sambal kicap, the way they were served in Johor. I am lucky to have a pisang goreng stall nearby my home in Klang Valley served that way, although something is still a little off. During CNY holiday, I have no control […]

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Kelab Kopi Batu Pahat, Johor

Batu Pahat is a food haven but not such a good place for caffeine addicts. While everyone seemed to rave about Rengit coffee, it did nothing to satisfy my crave for true Arabica bean. Rengit coffee is just too sourish or acidic for our likings. Then, we passed by this place called “Kelab Kopi”. Surprisingly […]

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A Tale of Two Sara Thai Kitchen.

Sara Thai is a restaurant renowned for serving authentic Thai food in Kuantan and I have heard for more than once that it’s the best Thai restaurant in town. A Thai food lover like us couldn’t let go of the chance of testing the theory ‘is it really good’? Just as we thought it will […]

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Satay Zul, Kuantan

Satay Zul is widely favoured by local Kuantan and travelers as well.

The moment CS suggested a detour on the pretext of burning off our dinner by going around Kuantan town. Seriously, by riding in a car? I knew what he had on his mind. He had caught wind that Satay Zul is the best satay in town and well, you know the rest of the story. […]

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Awang Ikan Bakar, Kuantan

Awang Ikan Bakar in Kuantan

Within 4 years of absence from Kuantan, this once leisurely town (and seaside) had bloomed so much, almost unrecognizable, especially with the cars rushing swiftly along Jalan Beserah. We even had to speed up to avoid a big truck tailing too closely to us. The road was dark but Awang Ikan Bakar still stood out […]

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