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TKK Seafood Restaurant Revisited @ Johor Bahru

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No visit to Johor Bahru is ever complete without a seafood meal and since finding out about TKK, we have not considered going to any other seafood restaurant. At slightly after 6pm, this is almost a ghost town and that is the part I do not comprehend about TKK - the food hardly disappoints but the crowds are usually missing.

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Salted Egg Crabs

Close to a kilo worth of meat crabs, the salted egg sauce was spot on with the grittiness and savouriness nailed.

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Steamed Fish

Our first time having steamed fish and it was too fresh to explore other cooking methods beyond steaming. Teochew style with sour vegetables, uber fresh and sweet. I can possibly comprehend why children who grow up in kelong will not get the concept of fried fish, clearly a waste of fresh food.


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Stir Fried Vegetables

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Clam Beehoon

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I suppose a good zichar place would do good dishes that need wok hei - a major assumption but I am glad the gamble paid off. There is a fine balance between burnt and enough wok hei, this was clearly the latter and the beehoon albeit on the soft side soaked up all the delicious juices. Best slurpworthy dish so far! I look forward to trying their other rice and noodle dishes already!

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Almost like dining in a kelong, this is probably the closest without having to take a ferry.

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Watching the skies change colour and sun set makes the simplest pleasures so precious - the things we actually overlook amidst the hustle and bustle of city life.

TKK Seafood Restaurant
Lot 648, Kampung Teluk Jawa, Masai

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

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