Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Must Try Food Stalls @ Cedar Point Food Court (食得福美食中心) - [JB]

Cedar Point Food Court is a great place to go whenever we have cravings for local delicacies. Comfort food and local flavour that you cannot find in restaurants or cafe. If you are there in the morning, there are only a few stalls open and we usually have Kway Tiao Kia. Visit during the night is recommended with most of the food stalls opening in the evening through the late nights.

Tucked next to Grand Paragon Hotel and only minutes walk away from KSL shopping mall, Cedar Point Food Court is very popular among locals and tourists. Though there are many parking lots in front of the food court, it can get pretty packed during dinner time.

After multiple visits to Cedar Point Food Court, here are some of our favourite stalls that is worth to try.

1. Drink Stall - Sugar Cane 

One big glass of sugar cane cost only RM6 (~SGD2) and this gigantic cup is enough for 2-3 person to share. Definitely one of our must order to quench our thirst.

2. Tampoi Satay 

The most famous pork satay in town since 1972. Sweet and tender meat dipped into a delicious mix of peanut sauce enhance the flavour of the meat. Apart from the pork satay, we also fancy the sweet and juicy mutton.

Tampoi Satay - Mutton & Pork (30 satay sticks and 2 rice - Rm32)

3. Gerai Makanan Ipoh Fried Kueh Teow 

I like my fried kway teow to be a little wet and sweet. I think this one fits my taste bud well though it is not the best that I had tried but possibly one of the better ones in Johor Bahru.

Large plate - RM7

4. Hong Kee BBQ Chicken Wing

Hubby love chicken wings and we often 'tapao' (packet) some to take along with us to munch on our trips. Comfort food that is well like by children and adults. Add some lime over it and it adds on to the flavour.

4 pieces of BBQ Chicken Wings - RM8.80

There are two stalls selling curry fish head that has its own unique flavour and taste. We tried and find both are delicious and worth a try.

5. Century Curry Fish Head

Gladys and I cannot take spicy food very well and hence when it comes to curry fish head, we usually prepared ourselves with lots of rice and cold drink to go with the curry. Surprisingly, the curry fish head from Century is not too spicy and we can finally enjoy a good curry fish head dish without having burning tongues.

Curry Fish head with 4 plates of rice - Rm56 

6. 77 Curry Fish Head

On another occasion, we tried the curry fish head from 77 (Stall 16) and it tasted just as good! A little more spicy compared to Century but a different flavour entirely - lesser of the coconut and milk content.

Small pot with 4 plates of rice - RM36

7. Ikan Bakar Sin Kee

BBQ stingray and sotong are our favourite and must order even though I know I am not able to hold the sambal chilli well. It is spicy but delicious and the meat is tender and fresh.

Grilled stingray and sotong - Rm42

Cedar Point Food Court - a gem near JB city centre. Worth a visit if you are shopping at KSL. If you are lucky, you may be entertained by the 'live' singing from the small stage. Do note that the food court is half sheltered. On clear nights, you get to dine under the night sky where it is more airy, however seating tends to be limited on rainy days.

Cedar Point Food Court (食得福美食中心) 
Address: Jalan Musang Bulan 2-16, Taman Century, 80250 Johor Bahru
(Near Grand Paragon Hotel)
GPS: 1.4811569,103.7607939

Visit Date: Jun 2018

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