Turtle Soup, Bahau

Posted by vivien | Others | Saturday 22 November 2008 5:23 am
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Got this from bf’s mum who went to trip Melaka-Rompin-Bahau… i lost count of places that she went, bf’s dad is cool in finding good eats all over 😀
This soup cost about RM6 (so cheap?) and the turtle’s gelatin and meat is delicious, soup is herbal based which taste good.

 

Seremban Rest & Relax

Posted by vivien | Others | Saturday 22 November 2008 4:57 am
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On our way back to KL on a Friday night, we stop by Seremban Rest & Relax for a break. I had kacang kuda.
Lots of selection, a busy food court.
There is a Daily Fresh in a distance, serving waffles, corn etc.

Colleague’s prawn fritters

My chick pea, RM2.50 per cup.

 

Home Cooked Food

Posted by vivien | Others | Saturday 22 November 2008 4:51 am
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After 5 days in Batu Pahat, it is comforting to be eating home cooked food again. The food above may not look appetising, but it is a break from all the salt/sugar/seasonings/unhygenic food that i had for the past few days, not to say outside food is all bad, but i can’t eat them all the time.
Left is fried egg, didn’t eat it as i had too much egg in hotel’s breakfast, middle is steamed soy sauce chicken, right is preserved vege fried with garlic, also not in picture lotus root soup.
Yum~

 

Chee Cheong Fun road side stall, Batu Pahat

Posted by vivien | Others | Saturday 22 November 2008 4:40 am
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This stall had been here for long time, it is walking distance from fish soup.
Woon Chai Gou (cantonese): RM0.30 per pc
Yam Cake: RM0.50
Chee Cheong Fun: RM0.50
Food is kept steamy hot in there.
The Woon Chai Gou is disappointing, floury. The Chee Cheong Fun looks ok, i didn’t try it. 😛

 

Fish Head Noodle / Fish Soup, Jalan Abu Bakar, Batu Pahat

Posted by vivien | Others | Saturday 22 November 2008 4:28 am
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This fish soup stall is recommended by locals, situated in Jalan Abu Bakar, Batu Pahat. It is located in alleys between shops, next to a tyre shop.
loads of fresh ingredients.
Fish Porridge, Teo Chew Style (RM3)

You can choose either soup with rice (RM3.70) or fish head noodle (RM3)
This soup is clear and sweet from fish bones. Different from KL, it contains minced pork pieces and sliced pork in addition to fish slices/fish head.
Highly recommended. Its operating hours is from about 6pm onwards.

 

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