Thinking about what to eat in JB? Here’s a list of the top 5 food you should try out on your next trip to JB.
1. Mee Rebus
Having a hard time finding a delicious plate of Mee Rebus in Singapore? Fret not! As most of the Mee Rebus served in JB are of pretty decent standard. Served in a spicy yet sweet gravy, who can resists the temptation of Mee Rebus on your next venture to JB. Highly recommended on the list is Mee Rebus Haji Wahid at Angsana Plaza with its thick and tasty gravy which had long been a favorite among locals.
2. Bak Kut Teh
A dish originally from Klang in Selangor, Malaysia. Bak Kut Teh now has its presence all over Malaysia. A lot of people in JB would claim that they know where is the best Bak Kut Teh around JB, however, the best way would be to try it yourself.
3. Kuey Teow Kia
There is no lack of Kuey Teow Kia in JB. There is actually quite a few well known Kuey Teow Kia spot near the JB immigration checkpoint. Now you have one more reason to cross the causeway, other than getting your petrol pumped (sarcasm intended).
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4. Dim Sum
Let’s be honest, going for a Dim Sum yumcha is just too expensive in Singapore. With the exchange rate at one dollar to three ringgit, there’s now more reason you can drag your friend along to JB for that Dim Sum yumcha you’ve been talking about.
5. Seafood Dinner
Last but not least on our top 5 is of course a seafood dinner in JB. With seafood fresh from the sea at an affordable price, it is no surprise that Singaporeans often flock to JB for seafood during the weekend. A few places on recommendation are restaurants around Gelang Patah, Taman Laguna or Kukup.
Quickly get your dollar changed and head out to JB and taste it yourself.
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