Road Food (The Guess Who)

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It goes without saying that our family love food. After most in the family were stricken with flu and cough for the past 2 weeks, we embarked on yet another food hunt yesterday. The fact that it was a public holiday was an added bonus. However, we did not envision ourselves being stuck in a 2-hour traffic jam at the Tuas link en route to Johor. 

Our first stop was at our favourite chendol stall in Perling. While Ayah, Ibu and Mak enjoyed their desserts by the roadside, Long, Fadelinah and I had ours in the car. The stall owner operates his business from a van that roams the area of Johor. Somehow, we always manage to find him.

The next stop was Singgah Selalu Restaurant near KIP Mart. We did not manage to order our favourite Tahu Bakar and Ikan Bakar since they were only available after 7 pm, so had to make do with some other dishes. We later bought groceries at Mydin Mart and stopped by Mama Chops Papa Grill to enjoy some steaks. The last destination of the day was Aeon Tebrau City for some shopping and where we patronised Sushi King. To end the night, we indulged in scoops of ice cream from Baskin Robbins.

Throughout the entire outing, Ooyah was a disgruntled spectator.

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~ by blackcadillac73 on June 1, 2007.

4 Responses to “Road Food (The Guess Who)”

  1. mestilah disgruntled. orang semua makan best best…dia dapat cium bau jer! cian!

  2. She got to taste the soupy stuff though. Oklah tu …

  3. Well at least you have more interesting “fast foodie” type places to stop than our tired old joints. I like the sound of the Mama Chops Papa Grill for steaks – sounds like a steak restaurant. And, there you go, you have Baskin Robbin too!

  4. We are spoilt for choice when it comes to food. Be it in an air-conditioned restaurant or by the roadside. Of course, the pictures shown were taken in Malaysia, not Singapore; where roadside stalls are prohibited. The best street fare can only be found in Thailand, should you ever decide to visit this part of the world.

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