While we were walking, I neglected this one delicacy we're munching. It was a dry noodle soiled with delicious sweetish chili paste (I think this is just cayenne pepper). The crunchiness complements the sweet-salty-sourish sauce (known as sambal) that made me want more and more. I learned that this is a standard junkfood for a Muarian, be it your average school kids to teenagers. Oh and its only 70 cents. (OMG!!). Noly said at her time its only 20 cents (ExtraOMG!!). The name's 'Mee Pusing'.
We actually ate at the bus stop area, known as Bentayan. Just a few steps ahead from the parking lot. The open air eateries comprised of a number of stalls encircling a simple folded tables and plastic chairs. Its a order, get your food, and pay on the spot kinda thingy. All the food came about 5 - 10 mins or so.
Assam Laksa based from Ipoh, and this is the other variety of laksa in Malaysia. Its a first for me too. Unlike the sourish taste of mackerel congregations with a minty flavour of Laksa Ipoh, Laksa Johore has a unique spicy currylike flavour and texture; heavily laden with coconut milk. I felt like eating curry with rice fatty noodles (laughing) and the taste is simply exquisite! Its not as hot as mee bandung muar, yet has a creamy spicy feeling to it.
Medan Selera Bentayan (well, its the name I gave duh :P)
Near the, Bus station Muar,
Coordinates : N 02.05038 E 102.56993
Note : Food stalls are open starting from 7 pm, there are many ports, choose any.
Rating : 8/10
Nasi Ambeng, Pagoh, Muar, Johore
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I've submitted this to Muhibbah Malaysian Monday (A joint blog event between Test with Skewer and 3 Hungry Tummies). I hope I'm doing things right lol