This is quite an interesting food that’s available in Batu Pahat. The Kangkung Pau as reported by Sin Chew Daily. Have you tried it yet? The English translation is from here. The original Chinese article from Sinchew Daily. JOHOR: A pastry shop… Read more ›
An update to one of the more famous Cendol Shop in Batu Pahat. The crowds come and go rather quickly as usual. It might be so packed and suddenly it becomes empty. I was there just before the crowd gathered.… Read more ›
NON HALAL POST. We realised that the famous Ah See’s chain of wantan mee is expanding! The other day, we ate at this outlet opposite the Chinese High School. This must be their third outlet in Batu Pahat now. (I… Read more ›
Another of Batu Pahat’s famous Bariani. Restoran Bariani Power at Taman Soga. Located at 18 Jalan Tukas 2, Taman Soga, it’s very popular with many. Came here after a long time of not eating their Nasi Bariani. The Bariani… Read more ›
I thought I will post a photo of the McDonald’s Drive-Thru in Batu Pahat. We did not do a Drive-Thru, only a Drive-Past the area. I noticed something about this photo. This Proton on the left bottom corner. The people… Read more ›
I love Asam Pedas and here’s another post on Asam Pedas that taste much better than the previous post. Have you ever wished that there’s a food place where you can just sit down, and the food will just appear… Read more ›
If you are drive past Jalan Bakau Condong, at the Kampung Merdeka junction you will see this big signboard that says Asam Pedas Mr P. The big signboard is really eye catching. Well, one fine day, mum and I decided… Read more ›
Talk about Cendol, and most people in BP will point you to the Cendol Stall at Jalan Engan. But not everyone thinks that it’s the best stall around. This other stall in “Pasar Besar” is quite popular and quite good… Read more ›
Today’s post will have few words. Enjoy the Roti Jala making process. If you like it head towards the Ramadan Bazaar @ Pesta for the real thing.
Can you guess what this is?
More updates from the Ramadan Bazaar. My sis told me, people should try this Ayam Percik. It does not have the usual ‘bamboo clips’ with rubber bands. (Sometimes I wonder why they put rubber bands on it when they are… Read more ›
Last October, I posted the photos of Sup Gearbox. (View them here) Just few days ago, mum and sis took a photo of them again. The last time we saw Eddy, he said he will hopefully open his shop soon.… Read more ›