Wednesday 22 April 2015

Sedap Corner @ Jalan Abdul Samad, Johor Bharu

Sedap Corner @ Jalan Abdul Samad, Johor Bharu

From the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula since 1987, Sedap Corner has enthralled discerning diners with its gastronomical Asian fare along with its mouthwatering traditional temptations. 

Sedap Corner now extends its spellbinding epicurean and culinary experience to the region and beyond, along with its distinctively Asian spread. 

However, I still think that we could enjoy the more authentic cuisine from the origin of Sedap Corner. The Head Quarter of Sedap Corner occupies a bungalow lot at Jalan Abdul Samad, with the seating capacity of 100+ pax at the main dining area and 30 pax at the upstair.

The exterior of Sedap Corner, in its signature orange colour wall. Want to know more about the cuisine served by Sedap Corner? Let the photos below do the talking~
Baked Cheese Rice with Chicken  RM13.90

Pandan Chicken  RM3.50 each

BBQ Stingray  RM18

Sedap Corner Fried Chicken  RM3.90 each
Overall, Sedap Corner is an ideal place for family eat-out days. Sedap Corner serves a wide variety of Asian cuisine, from local delicacies to Thai cuisine and even spread to western food. Dine at Sedap Corner if you are craving for Asian foods.

Address :Sedap Corner
 11, Jalan Abdul Samad, 80100 Johor Bahru, Malaysia
GPS : N 1 27.826' E 103 44.700'

Bussiness Hour : 10am - 10.30pm
Tel : +607-224 6566

Wednesday 8 April 2015

Woon Kiang Kuey Teow Kia 汶强粿条仔 @ Jalan Stulang Darat, Johor Bahru

Woon Kiang Kuey Teow Kia 汶强粿条仔 @ Jalan Stulang Darat, Johor Bahru

Kuey Teow Kia is the unique and signature local delicacy in Johor Bahru, which you can hardly find it in other region of Malaysia.Woon Kiang is one of the most popular restaurant for Kuey Teow Kia in Johor Bahru, which has been featured on Axian's Tasteful Life 2 last year. 

If you have not tasted Kuey Teow Kia before and curious about its taste, here is the brief introduction. Kuey Teow Kia, the bowl of kuey teow (flat rice noodles) in tasty and mild braising broth, to be paired off with the side dishes of your choice, from braised pork, braised duck, braised pig offals to eggs, beancurd, salted vegetables and braised chicken feet. 

The braised beancurd is a good non-porky supplement for the meal, sponged up loads of savoury braising broth. The braised pig skin is a notable dish, soft and cooked to the right texture. The braised duck is one of the signature dish, fully absorbs the essence from the herbal broth and sliced into thin pieces, hence it does not taste greasy at all.

The broth of Kuey Teow Kia has a hint of herbs, neither oily nor has irritating porky flavour. With the broth, the kuey teow taste silky smooth and tender.

I would conclude is as a simple and hearty meal which worth our next visit!!

Address : Woon Kiang Kuey Teow Kia 汶强粿条仔
#G-06, Jalan Pandan 1, Pangsarpuri Impian, 
Stulang, Johor Bahru
GPS : N1 28.362   E103 46.677

Business Hour : 12pm - late night