Reviews

EH HE Gallery | Ink Brew Cafe by JWC – Coffee with Nostalgia in Johor Bahru

Saturday, 23 May 2015 Leave a comment Posted in: Cafe, Malaysia

The cafe scene in Johor Bahru is booming, with more interesting concepts coming up. One of them is Ink Brew by JWC with the adjoining Eh He The Classic Accents Art House, occupying seven units of old shops at the top of Jalan Trus that also enjoys road frontage at Jalan Ibrahim and Jalan Tan Hiok Nee. You must be wondering what’s Eh He? Well, it’s is derived from E(art)h …

Kam Long Curry Fish Head @ Johor Bahru

Friday, 22 May 2015 Leave a comment Posted in: * Must Try *, Malaysia

Curry fish head for breakfast? It may seems heavy for many of us, but Kam Long Curry Fish Head is probably one of the locations you want to skip lunch crowd. We took a 5 minutes short walk from City Square @ Johor Bahru and the place was already crowded even on a weekday morning. Kam Long has been in business for more than 30 years. This is one of …

Restoran Kin Hua @ Johor Bahru

Thursday, 21 May 2015 Leave a comment Posted in: * Must Try *, Malaysia

Don’t have a vehicle but wants to eat in Johor? No problem lah! Because there are a lot of good food around Johor Bahru City Square. If you want a traditional breakfast, head to Restoran Kin Wah (锦华餐室) near Jalan Tan Hiok Nee “Culture Street” (文化街). This is an simple, no-frills kopitiam selling old school breakfast. This place serves one of the best coffee and half-boiled eggs in my opinion. …

Syaza Nasi Padang – Tasty Mee Soto at Paya Lebar

Tuesday, 19 May 2015 1 Comment Posted in: * Must Try *, Hawker

I was never a fan of mee soto. A lot of them were either too oily or too watery for my liking. Sometimes, the turmeric was too overpowering. Last week, Chris from Iskina Cebu Mee soto introduced us to Syaza Nasi Padang’s Mee Soto, which is located in the same coffeeshop. This coffeeshop near Paya Lebar MRT has two stalls with long queue – one is Iskina Cebu, another is …

Diamond Kitchen @ Science Park offers Signature Set Menu at $88!

Monday, 18 May 2015 Leave a comment Posted in: # Chinese, * Must Try *, Cze Char

Following the success of its pioneer outlet in 2013 at Marine Parade, Diamond Kitchen is now set to regale the west of Singapore with its skillfully prepared live seafood dishes and comforting home-style Chinese fare at the brand new space in Science Park I. On top of the full original menu, a new set menu at Science Park gives everyone the opportunity to indulge in Diamond Kitchen’s seafood signatures at …