RM158nett per adult, RM78nett per child Dinner date 13 April - 13 May 2021 (Ramadhan times)
Seafood & Barbecue Buffet Dinner Jumaat & Sabtu 6:30PM - 9:30PM RM98/seorang
Check out Cafe BLD at Renaissance Johor Bahru Hotel’s latest International Dinner buffet. Seafood & Meat lover will be delighted with favourites like fresh s...
At my first bite of the Fried Chicken flavoured with Dried Chilli, Garlic and Szechuan Pepper, I knew that even non-fans of fried chicken would just fall in love with this.
The All-you-can-eat dim sum at Wan Li is priced at RM64.15 per person with free flow of tie guan yin quality Chinese tea.
Paling ciksun recommend adalah Wok-fried Australian Wagyu Beef with Foie Gras and Asparagus, Grilled Lamb Rack with Homemade Pineapple Barbecue Sauce dan Fragrant Fried Chicken with Dried Chili, Garlic and "Szechuan" Pepper tu. Sedapp gilerrr Foie Gras dalam menu wagyu beef tu. Memula ciksun ingat lemak wagyu sebab memang rasa macam lemak daging yang dipanggang tapi dia ni bentuknya nampak seolah-olah pejal macam tauhu, bila gigit nah kauu cair juicy dalam mulut.
Why meet at the D’Shanghai dim sum restaurant? clean and hygience child-friendly restaurant ample of free parking lot
Permas Jaya Shi Wah bak kut teh is a good place in JB to taste brothy Johor style BKT with savoury herbal soup and very fresh pork.
A Kulai Sze Hwa style bak kut teh shop popular with JB folk. The broth leans on savoury (salty) with subtle herbal notes. The fresh tender meat is slightly firm.
After this, we went to Restoran Todak (Orang Asli) to have our dinner
Sambil duduk sambil lihat pemandngan laut. Seberang sana tu Singapura. Kalau waktu petang, kalau nasib korang baik, akan dapat lihat matahari terbenam, sangat cantik!.
Our total bill was RM198.75~S$67.37 including GST 6% and 2 glass of tap water (RM0.50 each glass) and 1 coconut drink. To be honest, the seafood price here is reasonable and of course cheaper than Singapore. However, the consistency quality of the food needs to be improved. It is a great value in terms of the pricing and currency exchange for Singaporean. The view by the seaside is definitely an experience for city dwellers.
Dinner pricing is about RM98++ (~SGD35) per pax which is a very attractive and affordable as you can pick all the items on the 2-page buffet menu which includes salad, bbq vegetables, sashimi, sushi, handrolls, soups, rice, fried food, dessert and a wide variety of meat selection (including Top A5 graded Wagyu Beef)!
Tanba Japanese BBQ at Jalan Molek in Johor Bahru, is one of our favorite places to eat in JB. Our family friends Cam & Bekkah on a travel year, came to visit...
Tanba offers buffet as well as a la carte BBQ. At my age, I rarely indulge in buffets, so a la carte is my usual choice. But, for today's invited tasting, I experienced both buffet and a la carte dishes.
Fresh Yummy Fish Balls with your Yong Tau Foo?
I was delighted with Ah Koong's mee pok noodles. I was surprised actually. One of the reasons why I haven't been back to Ah Koong for a decade was because the generic noodles tended to be overcooked and the sauce tasted flat.
Ah Koong Fishball was a regular stopover. My dad and the kids like the comfortable environment and the fried fish cake.
Ku-Kai Izakaya is definitely a hidden gem not only for special occasions but also for a normal family meal or an evening date.
This hidden gem is perfect for any occasion – a post-work chill session, a family meal or even a romantic evening date. Due to their limited seating, I would recommend making a reservation before heading down!
Singaporeans love Japan and with the current travel restrictions imposed by the land of the rising sun; it’s a fact that many people can’t w...
I would’t say it was a letdown, but I felt that it was run-of-the-mill and not really worth the calories.
We always enjoyed our meals at Restoran Pekin. The ingredients are fresh and good quality. The execution is immaculate. The environment is comfortable and familiar. The service is earnest and sincere. Pricing is also very competitive. Pekin’s standards are famously consistent and I recommend them to…
Food aside, the interior of the restaurant is unique and delightful. It's just warm, welcoming and yet classy. Great for both family and friends.
Total bill was RM97.90 ~S$32.63 inclusive of 10% service charge.I would say there are hits and misses in terms of the food quality and price. Anyway, taste is based on individual preference. But one thing for sure, this place is quite attractive in terms of their interior space and the location. You can enjoy your savoury here and hop over to Vanilla Bean Café for their well-known hotcake dessert.
The mee hoon kueh here is the old school Hokkien style that serve in soup and dry version. Here is the menu for your reference.
大豐麵粉粿 is a mee hoon kueh stalwart of JB - it is a favourite of locals and I love it too.