JOHOR is rich in the uniqueness of local culture and customs, Johor is definitely one of the dream tourist destinations for natives and tourists – from abroad. Apart from that, for food lovers, Johor Darul Takzim is definitely listed as an interesting food location that is a must visit and explore. If you are looking for a unique, original and traditional food location around JB


Breakfast kick-starts your metabolism and keeps you satiated longer.


All you need is love, but sometimes, a lunch break works, too.


There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated  known as afternoon tea


Dinner is where the magic happens in the kitchen.


What could smell better than supper being cooked by someone else?


Kacang Pool is the typical Johorean dish you will want to be on the lookout for. It is inspired by foul mudammas, an Arab dish made of beans, herbs and spices that is focused on its delicious gravy – Try it out!

1. Roti Canai Bukit Cagar

Location: Jalan Tengku Azizah, Bukit Chagar, Jalan Jim Quee, 80300 Johor Bahru, Johor
Operation hour: everyday 6.30 am – 11.00 am

Cheap, tasty, and filling, Roti Canai is the staple go-to breakfast of any people in Malaysia! If you’re in Johor, the word on the street is Bukit Cagar. The greatest example of this flatbread will serve you. The dough itself, unlike the larger chain restaurants, is hand-made fresh at the stall every day, flipped and stretched to the ideal round size and thickness, the dough is then cooked on a flat until nicely browned with a crunchy outer layer, but still soft inside.



2. Warung Saga

Location: 5, Jalan Mahmoodiah, Kampung Mahmoddiah, 80100 Johor Bahru, Johor
Operation hour: 7am–1pm | closed on Friday

Try this traditional local food name, Lontong. Lontong is condensed rice covered in a banana leaf shell, then cut into pieces to eat with a watery base made from veggies in coconut milk called Lodeh. While the dish is vegetarian, it can also be eaten with a variety of meats, such as salted fish, beef floss or spicy shrimp paste.


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With eateries and recipes being passed down for decades, Malaysia’s most authentic tasting foods! We’ve got you covered with this list of exclusive places if you want to hang out. Rich with nostalgia as it is with taste, with this list of 10 best foods to try in Johor Bahru, let ‘s celebrate this underrated food trail!

1. Dann’s Cafe

Location:  42, Jln Sagu 15, Taman Daya, 81100 Johor Bahru, Johor
Operation hour: 11:15am–6pm | closed on Sunday

Little affectionately run family-style café serving popular local dishes such as laksa Johor, tauhu goreng, biryani-style Hyderabadi and more. you will love it all, and love the homely, relaxing feeling here.


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2. Nasi Kukus D’Cempaka (Nasi Kukus Gulai Kawah)

Location: Anjung Selera, No.11, Jalan Persiaran Teratai, Taman Cempaka, 81200 Johor Bahru, Johor
Operation hour: 9am–10pm | closed on Monday

Excellent Kelantan rice served with marinated chicken, fried spices and curry chicken, separate curries and sambal. Superior Kelantan style. They serve also nasi kak wok, like nasi kukus but also with cubed chicken rather than thighs and wings. Excellent flavours and good money value.


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Looking for an ideal place to chill out while enjoying a cup of tea or coffee with your friends or loved ones? Then you might want to take a look at the 10 Top Afternoon Tea Places in Johor Bahru!

1. 7 Spice Restaurant

Location: Block 5, Jalan Bertingkat Skudai, Danga Bay, 80200 Johor Bahru, Johor
Operation hour: everyday, 11am – 11pm

Spice Restaurant is going to treat you to Johor ‘s best Indian cuisine! Famous among locals for their clean and comfortable air-conditioned restaurant, you can dine comfortably with a wide range of Indian dishes on their menu.


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2. Salahuddin Bakery

Location: 26, Jalan Dhoby, Bandar Johor Bahru, 80000 Johor Bahru, Johor
Operation hour: everyday 9am – 6pm

Salahuddin Bakery is another success storey about Jalan Dhoby, a family enterprise that has been passing down for decades. They make everything from old-style cakes, bread loaves, pastries and muffins using conventional coal-fired ovens. Choosing to begin serving their old-fashioned bakeries, they will place them on the table in a lovely golden display.


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These dishes will continue to receive loyal support from past generations and future generations. This Johor food trail should get you started on the right path if you really want to know what authentic Malaysian foods taste like!

1. Abah Beriani House

Location: NO.12, Jalan Padi Emas 6/1, Bandar Baru Uda, 81200 Johor Bahru, Johor
Operation hour: everyday 11am–9:30pm

Another restaurant you can visit to enjoy nasi briyani is Abah Beriani House restaurant. Nasi briyani here really suits the taste of our people. Among the briyani that you must try is goat briyani. The flesh is soft and the size is quite large. Satisfied to eat with papadom.



2. Cookies & Ginger

Location: 107, Jln Adda 3/1, Taman Adda, 81100 Johor Bahru, Johor
Operation hour: 11am–10pm | 3–10pm (Wed) | closed on wed

At Cookies & Ginger, this Nachos menu is one of the most special menus you can try. In addition, other menus such as Rib Eye Steak, Spaghetti Aglio Olio and Lamb Shoulder are also among the most interesting menus here.

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Johoreans are very faithful to their traditional flavours, sometimes opting out of modern reinterpretations. Time tested and successful. This is the key reason why, over the past century, many of their traditional cuisines are still commonly revered.

1. Nasi Lemak Wak Kentut

Location: 2130, Jalan Susur Kulai 2, Taman Kulai Besar, 81000 Kulai, Johor
Operation hour: 5pm–12am | closed on Wednesday

One of two most common nasi lemak in Kulai (the other is Yellow Corner). Easy, no frills-only chicken fried, cucumber, anchovies, noodles, cocoa rice, and sambal.

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2. Yellow corner nasi lemak

Location: 215, Jalan Pinang 1, Taman Kota Kulai, 81000 Kulai, Johor
Operation hour: everyday  5pm–12:30am

Yellow Corner is a great spot to have a delicious meal and to chill with friends and family. This is a favourite of the local residents of Kulai.

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