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Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Steamboat Dinner JB Ho Ho Steamboat Restaurant, Johor Bahru.

One more dinner before we return to Ipoh and it was a steamboat dinner for 3 people. We were one of the early customers. My friend ordered a set and added a few extra items.
 This is the set for 2.
 Part of the set.
 Fish balls
 Crispy fried baby white pomfret.
So crispy that the bones can be eaten.
First, wait for the soup to boil.
Then we start the first batch to cook in the hot boiling soup.
Cover the pot and waited for the food to be cooked. 
You can requested for extra soup to be added.
The more food added and the longer you cook, the soup gets tastier.
These are some of the condiments available.
You can choose to sit inside or out in the open air by the roadside.
After dinner, we went back to pack up our things.
 A view of the swimming pool from one of the top floors.
A beautiful night view of Johor Bahru all lighted up.

Then he asked them, "When someone lights a lamp,

does he put a box over it to shut out the light?

Of course not! The light couldn't be seen or used.

A lamp is placed on a stand to shine and be useful.

(Mark 4:21, The Living Bible-TLB)
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The following photos from my garden are for joining Floral Bliss.
 White flower of the Dwarf Mexican Petunia.
The petals look like thin, soft crepe paper.
Yellow multi layer petals hibiscus flower.
Purple Hearts flower.

Linking to Floral Bliss.

48 comments:

  1. Your dinners look always so delicious and exotic to me! The yellow hibiscus is a beauty, so is the tiny tradescantia. Have a great day Nancy!

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  2. What a beautiful view of the city! And the flowers are all so pretty. There are a lot of Petunias around here, but I have never heard of the Dwarf Mexican. I love the Steamboat concept! The food has to be so fresh if they serve it uncooked, then you can cook it to your liking. Wish I could try it.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny! Steamboat cooking is very simple. Just put in all the fresh raw stuff into the boiling water. Once cooked you can consume the food. You can use any dippings.

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  3. I want those baby pomfrets...so crisp and yummy!

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  4. The sauces play an important part in a steamboat meal, lovely flowers, it is such a joy to look at them

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    1. Thank you, Libby! True, fresh food and tasty sauces!

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  5. Hola Nancy, la comida excelente y las flores preciosas, buen día. Besos.

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  6. Bye Bye Johor after that... till we meet again! :)

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    1. Thanks for all the foodie experience!

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  7. Yummy foods! Beautiful view of Johor Bahru at night!
    Beautiful flowers!

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  8. I do enjoy steamboat but have not had it for a while now.

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    1. The problem with steamboat is that I tend to overeat. Lol!

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  9. ...lovely 'city of lights.'

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  10. Everything looks good at that meal, especially that whole bowl of fried onions!

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    1. Yes, we actually took 2 bowls of fried onions!

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  11. Interesting food to eat. The flowers were very beautiful but what I enjoyed the most was the photo of the city at night. Thanks. See ya Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Thank you, Paul! It is also my favourite!

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  12. Me encanta el pescado crujiente. Las flores están preciosas. Besitos.

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  13. Oh the food. I've not had breakfast yet and looking at all this food is making my stomach growl.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Yes, especially when its so hot these days!

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  15. The city is beautiful and the dinners look very tasty.
    Greetings.

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  16. look great :) amazing post honey!
    kisses from Poland :*

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  17. Such a great looking meal and such a beautiful city.

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  18. I would eat all the parts of the crispy baby pomfret including its bones.

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  19. That’s an interesting way to have a meal, cook it yourself at the table with what you want in it. Maybe someday i will find a place that does that here.

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    1. Hi Mimi! Actually we can easily do this at home!

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  20. I usually ate the whole deep fried baby pomfret except the bones. No head left. Hehehe.

    Steamboat is a nice change from rice.

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    1. We finished the bones because they were fried till very crispy!

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  21. Some yummy looking food and some beautiful blooms!

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