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Ho Min San 好面善 @ Paradigm Mall, Johor Bahru

After a whole day of (junk) food-hopping, I was really craving for some soupy dish or noodles to reset my tummy. And hence we picked Ho Min San for dinner. Ho Min San specialises in Cantonese-style rice vermicelli (米线) and Shanghainese pan-fried buns (生煎包). This Chinese restaurant is owned by Dragon-i Group that also manages […]

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Liang Sandwich Bar – Awesome Scallion Pancake Sandwiches!

Non-stop eating action in Johor Bahru continues! We had a mini vacation in JB just so we could have more time to mall-hop and food-hop.😆 If you’ve not read my previous posts, check out my review on Amerin Hotel Johor Bahru as well as the following – AEON Tebrau City Food Court Chizu & Honzu […]

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Isaac Toast & Coffee @ Paradigm Mall, Johor Bahru

K-drama fans may be familiar with Isaac Toast, a popular toast sandwich chain from South Korea. The toast shop was featured in the drama Jang Bo-ri Is Here! 张宝利来了 and that was how I got to know about it too. And the good thing is, we don’t have to travel all the way to South […]

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Chizu & Honzu – Not Your Average Croissant!

Came across Chizu & Honzu as we were walking around AEON Mall Tebrau City in Johor Bahru. It was that fresh-out-of-the-oven aroma that first caught my attention and I just couldn’t resist that tempting scent. Chizu & Honzu are actually two sister brands/companies. Chizu (on the right hand side) specialises in cheese teas/drinks whereas Honzu […]

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AEON Tebrau City Food Court – Better than before!

Hands up if you also have a penchant for checking out convenience stores and supermarkets when overseas!🙋‍♀️ 7-Eleven, FamilyMart, Big C, Carrefour and the like. Because if you do, you definitely have to visit the newly refurbished AEON Tebrau City food court in Johor Bahru. Before its major refurbishment, I was already a big fan […]

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Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul @ AEON Tebrau City, JB | Still…nothing beats the original

I was never a huge chendol fan previously until I tried what I thought was the best-chendol-ever at Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul in Georgetown, Penang last year. The one that I went to was a roadside cart in an alleyway which was also their first and original outlet. Today, it has expanded its business […]

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Din Tai Fung @ Johor Bahru City Square – 50% cheaper than Singapore’s

Most of you in Singapore should be quite familiar with Din Tai Fung, which is one of the best restaurants to go for good xiao long bao. Back at home, I frequent Din Tai Fung a lot as an ex-boss of mine is a big fan of theirs so whenever we arrange for a catch […]

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Season Bakery – The delicious Japanese Cheese Tart is an absolute steal

Hadn’t gone in JB for quite some time so Hubby and I took the day off to go eat and shop. The currency exchange rate at the moment (RM316 <-> SGD100) is just outrageously good. I can’t help but compare prices between SG and MY all the time now and then I’ll think twice whether […]

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Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart

Those of you living in the West may have already stumbled upon Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart at Jurong Point. However, do not mistake this for BAKE Cheese Tart at ION Orchard and Westgate which is the real deal from Hokkaido, Japan whereas Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart is by Malaysian cafe chain, Secret Recipe. I first […]

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Humble Beginnings Cafe @ City Square, Johor Bahru

Every time the husband and I walked past Humble Beginnings at JB City Square, we kept saying to ourselves that we would come back for their mille crepes next time but it never did happen. So at our last JB exploration trip when we came back to JB Sentral from AEON Bukit Indah, we immediately […]

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Canton-i @ City Square, Johor Bahru

Since my last visit to Dragon-i where I had a pretty satisfying dinner with the family, the husband and I had been waiting for an opportunity to come back to try its sister restaurant, Canton-i. While Dragon-i offers Shanghainese specialties like xiao long bao and la mian, Canton-i specialises in Hong Kong/Cantonese dishes like wontons, roast duck, barbecued […]

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Baagus Place @ AEON Bukit Indah, Johor Bahru

Baagus Place is a small casual-dining eatery located just opposite the TGV Cinemas on the 2nd floor of AEON Bukit Indah Shopping Centre. For directions on how to get to AEON Bukit Indah from JB Sentral/CIQ, check out my earlier post: How to get to AEON Bukit Indah by bus? – Johor Bahru Shuttle Bus […]

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A&W @ AEON Bukit Indah, Johor Bahru

A&W, you are dearly missed. Please come back to Singapore soon. Since A&W’s exit from Singapore in 2003, I’m sure many Singaporeans like myself who had grown up with one of our favourite childhood fast food chains must be craving for its root beer floats, waffles, coney dogs and curly fries for a long time. Though they […]

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The Replacement Lodge and Kitchen @ Jalan Dhoby, Johor Bahru

Final stop of our latest JB food-hopping trip. If you’ve missed out my earlier two posts, here they are: Restoran Ya Wang @ Jalan Segget It Roo Cafe @ Jalan Dhoby After two filling meals of roast duck rice and chicken chop, the last thing I wanted was another savoury or carb-loaded meal. Barely a […]

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It Roo Cafe @ Jalan Dhoby, Johor Bahru

After our roast meat meal at Restoran Ya Wang @ Jalan Segget, we ventured out to the streets again for further exploration and found ourselves stopping by It Roo Cafe for a second round of feasting. That’s what food-hopping is all about, isn’t it? Eat, eat and eat! 🙂 Well, no complains, really. Haha. Above […]

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Restoran Ya Wang @ Jalan Segget, Johor Bahru

I’ve never seen money changers in Singapore been this hot before. People are just flocking to money changers these days to snap up Malaysian Ringgit as it falls (and continues to fall) to record low against the Sing dollar. Now, SGD1 can buy RM3. Goodness gracious. When can be a better time than now to […]

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