Saturday, 6 August 2016

Today go where to eat Durian in Johor Bahru? 今天新山去哪里吃榴莲? JK1701

Where-to-eat-Durian-Johor-Bahru-今天新山去哪里吃榴莲?

Woohoo! it's durian season.

I am going around eating durians in JB and sharing the pictures here 😊

☞ I am checking out randomly the durian stalls I stumble upon during this season and reporting exactly what happened at each stall so readers know what to expect. I am no durian expert 😄

Where-to-eat-Durian-Johor-Bahru-今天新山去哪里吃榴莲?

Yi Foon Trading
Address: Car park bounded by Jalan Dedap 14, 15, 16 and 25 in Taman Johor Jaya, JB
☎ 016 766 6092
GPS: 1.542381, 103.799650 / 1°32'32.6"N 103°47'58.7"E

👉Large temporary stall. Tables and chairs available. Nice canopy to keep the sun or rain out. Fans to keep everybody cool. Water for hand washing, tissue paper and complimentary cups of drinking water provided.

🚙 It's at a parking lot, so there's ample parking space.

Where-to-eat-Durian-Johor-Bahru-今天新山去哪里吃榴莲?Where-to-eat-Durian-Johor-Bahru-今天新山去哪里吃榴莲?

Our Mao Shan Wang durian 猫山王 RM49.

Where-to-eat-Durian-Johor-Bahru-今天新山去哪里吃榴莲?Where-to-eat-Durian-Johor-Bahru-今天新山去哪里吃榴莲?

Taste balanced between bitter and sweet, leaning on slightly more bitterness. Flavour has depth and aftertaste. Flesh is creamy and fresh. Seeds were quite big.

Where-to-eat-Durian-Johor-Bahru-今天新山去哪里吃榴莲?Where-to-eat-Durian-Johor-Bahru-今天新山去哪里吃榴莲?

Our "Old Lady" durian 老太婆 RM26.

Where-to-eat-Durian-Johor-Bahru-今天新山去哪里吃榴莲?Where-to-eat-Durian-Johor-Bahru-今天新山去哪里吃榴莲?

Bitter sweet taste well balanced, leaning slightly on sweet. Flesh is fresh but less dense than the Mao Shan Wang and depth of flavour is less intense. Seeds quite big.

Where-to-eat-Durian-Johor-Bahru-今天新山去哪里吃榴莲?
How not to be sold a fake Musang King / Mao San Wang


Date: 5 Aug 2016

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3 comments:

  1. Thanks for your list of where to avoid in Johor Bahru :-)

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    1. Hi John, can you share your list of where to go? I am checking out randomly the durian stalls I stumble upon and reporting exactly what happened at each stall so readers know what to expect. I am no durian expert :-D

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  2. Looks delicious! I'm going to Johor next week, really looking forward to it :)

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I firmly believe that taste is subjective and so, warmly welcome differing viewpoints :-D But, I disapprove negative comments that are anonymous or hide behind fake identities. I feel that that is the same as speaking ill of others behind their backs. I look forward to all your comments :-D Thank you. (Date: 18 Dec 2015)

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