I can definitely understand your feelings being a foodie myself. It might be either of the two situations; first situation might be that you want to visit this southern Malaysian state, Johor and is inquisitive about the delicacies available there, whether they would be up to the levels of your dream cuisine. The second one is that you get to know about the lovely items prepared and served in Johor from this article and feel like going to the place in order to give peace to your appetite. Whatever be the reason, Johor is truly a paradise for the foodies.
Taman Pelangi is built in such a way that the environment surrounding it gets the look and feel of a resort. You can go forward and grab a bite of the fuming hot rice noodles highly reputed as chee cheong, served at the shops in Jalan Sri Pelangi. They are fresh, they are warm and they will put your hunger to rest for some time. Though the interior content of chee cheong might vary from pork to shrimp, it is always assisted with sauce and occasionally some fried onions.
If you are satisfied with your breakfast and then excitedly gone off to visit some beautiful locations nearby, you should possibly be searching for food again at noon. Don’t worry, Bak kut teh will come to your rescue. A simple combination of herbs and spices soup along with pork ribs is complex enough to satisfy your hunger for the second time in the day. A good lunch should follow up with a little bit of rest. While you rest and think about your superb lunch, probably it would be wise to think about your evening snacks and dinner. The unsurpassed snacks can be a combination of cakes and tea, simple yet chaste. The Hiap Joo Bakery will be able to serve you with the cakes. You might need to wait a bit because of the line of people waiting to get served but the wait is worth it. For dinner you should definitely look out for some special Chinese dishes. Near to Jalan Tebrau, you will find Tapai Tang, a Chinese restaurant famous for its cuisine. You can select the signature dish of this place, the salt baked chicken. You will definitely love it.
A few important places of Johor worth mentioning for their authentic delicacies are: Kedai Masakan Itik Taika Huat – This stall is present amidst a residential area and has been serving for over the past 30 years. You should flavor the duck meat along with noodles from here; Ambang Pesona d’Cerry – This humble stall by the roadside is located near to Jalan Yusof Taha. Here you can taste the lontong rendang kering which is a combination of rice cakes, vegetables and beef served with peanut sauce; Laksa House – This restaurant has its place in Johor Bahru. As the name of the restaurant specifies, a dish of laksa is what you should go after here. The dish has fish balls , dried tofu and cakes as its main components.