Best Street food in Johor Bahru

Located along the border of Malaysia and Singapore, is considered the “jewel” of tourism Malaysia, Johor Bahru is blessed for both mountain terrain, just a sea. In addition, visitors to Johor Bahru will have an unforgettable experience with a range of entertainment centers, shopping and enjoy street food more appealing. time to explore best street food in Johor Bahru

1. Apom Balik

Apom Balik is an attractive cake made of glutinous rice flour with people inside as corn, eggs and some other materials. Just try a piece that you can feel the crispness of the crust with melted sweet person inside.

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2. Grilled squid

To Johor Bahru you can easily find grilled squid dish at any public street stalls, this dish is often served with chili sauce and just 8 RM is you’ve got a fragrant grilled squid.

3. Chee Cheong Fun

This dish is similar to the rolls in the dim sum restaurant or shop in Singapore but there are other points. Rice noodle roll is a form of rolls, with thin layer of rice flour and workers inside extremely diverse including shrimp, pork or beef amnesty. This dish is usually served with soy sauce and a little sesame seeds are sprinkled on top. The price of each share of around 5 RM.

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4. Chwee Kueh

Chwee Kueh are cakes made from rice flour and water, engaging in small tins. The top layer of the cake is fried radish and chili sauce, this dish is very popular in Singapore and Malaysia, is often used as snacks. The price of each box Chwee Kueh about 4 to 5 pie R Malaysia

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