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Devoured this laksa then became happy go lucky 😃 the homey taste in this bowl of goodness seriously brings joy to my palette 🧡💛

There's a lot of variety, chicken satay, mala pork ribs, five spice pork ribs, spicy chicken etc. It is tender and has great aroma thanks to the flame grill.

Located within the housing estate of Horizon Hills, you could find this interesting Japanese bakery.

Although the location is pretty away from city area, you still see people driving all the way here to grab some of their breads.

Their hot cross bun is consider one of their signature here, made from nutmeg, cinnamon powder, raisins, whipping cream, butter, milk and lemon zest.

Next time if you passing by the area, especially going toward second link; do drop by to grab some of their breads here.

my friend calls this japanese version of leicha so you get the gist, you can choose to pour the green tea/soup into the rice for a comforting meal. a very decent don but unfortunately it wasn’t really something we particularly enjoyed. btw we tasted the green tea/soup on its own and it was light, flavourful & great on its own!

the price difference really reflects a taste difference, not a matcha purist so i don’t think i’ll be able to tell unless i had it side by side since yuri was decent! but wow kiku was so rich, earthy, umami & smooth. definitely will reorder but i’ll love to try it w oat milk the next time!

tastes even better than it looks. the highlight was the breaded tamago - fried to crisp, it was sufficiently sweet, soft on the insides and extremely crispy on the outside, adding a different dimension to the textures. in a single mouth, you’ll first taste the umami flavour of the torched mentaiko, then the crisp yet soft tamago with a dash of sweetness and the fluffy bread that balances everything out. simply an explosion of flavours and textures.

Perfect restaurant if you’re looking for a healthy option in JB. They were very generous with the chicken filling in the sandwich and it was very flavourful. Highly recommend.

Kinsahi has a few outlets across Johor Bahru in many places.

This weekend I was here for movie and grab some lunch over here. Offering a wide range of Japanese cuisine.

Their curry rice options also lots of choices and the mixed fried comes with the tempura, vegetables and fried chicken.

The chicken curry sauce come separately and you can pour on the rice at once or by your choice.

Creamy and not too spicy.

This is a Chinese-style Japanese hot-pot, which makes it interesting. I took the miso soup base and enjoyed it. Regular Shabu Shabu soup base is plain like water. Worth it.


matcha toast was soft and fluffy! had to queue a little on a weekend, advice is to come early to enjoy your matcha goodness

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A very affordable ramen spot in Taman Daya, the broth is kinda weak but I'm loving the hearty portions

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