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10 Best Snack Spots Right Here In Johor That Are Perfect For Tea Time

Since British colonization in Malaya, teatime was the most important meal of the day. However, nothing beats our authentic traditional Malaysian kuih as it has stolen our hearts and appetite, allowing us to savor the sweet taste of the good old days. For the love of traditional hi-tea Malaysian style treats to all our loyal foodies, let’s check out the list of a few good spots!

Check the top 10 Tea Time Snacks Spots that Johor Foodie recommends for you to try out when exploring Johor.

1. Larkin Bakar Putu Piring

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The first spot on our list of the best snack spots is the famous Putu Piring is Larkin Bakar Putu Piring. The stall is prepared the Putu Piring with turmeric to give the natural color, absolutely different from the usual Putu Piring. Moreover, the first-timers to Putu Piring will be surprised by how incredible the tastes!

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Address: Larkin Bakar Putu Piring, 46, Jalan Langkasuka, Larkin Jaya, 80350 Johor Bahru

Operating Hours: 12 PM – 6 PM (Monday – Thursday & Saturday)

(Closed on Friday and Sunday)

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2. Cendol House

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The next spot for tea time snacking in Johor is Cendol House. The stall constantly packed with locals that looking to a cozy area to hide away from the scorching sun. The stall serves the taste of the Cendol was not too sweet that suitable for any age. Other than their signature Cendol, Cendol House also offers local fried snacks and other Malay savory dishes!

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Address: 41, Jalan Utama, Kampung Melayu Majidee, 81100 Johor Bahru

Operating Hours: 11 AM – 6 PM (Closed on Monday)

Phone No: 011-1756 4587

3. Port Ngopi

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If you’re Parit Raja residents, for sure you’re familiar with this stall name. The stall is a kind of Kopitiam concept. When you’re here, don’t forget to order their signature dish here is charcoal toast with half-boiled eggs and baked beans. Also very famous among motorcycle riders that going back and forth across Johor.

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Address: Taman Sri Indah, Parit Raja Batu Pahat (Behind Kedai Motor Akarjaya)

Operating Hours: 6:30 AM – 7 PM (Closed On Thursday)

Social Media: Facebook

4. Joo Yee (Tan Kee Pelangi) Ais Kacang

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Our next discovery spot for some tea time snack is Joo Yee (Tan Kee Pelangi) Ais Kacang. Here is Joo Yee’s definition of ice kacang red beans and corn buried under with a generous pump of chocolate syrup on top of the finely shaven ice. A wonderful treat for your typical kind of sunny day in Johor. That aside, their grilled you char kwai is equally delicious and worth the try.

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Address: 1-17, Jalan Biru 3, Taman Serene, 80400 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Operating Hours: 10 AM – 5 PM (Opens Everyday)

Phone No: 019-771 9112

5. Keria Melaka JB

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Let’s continue our journey for the next spot for the best tea time snack in Johor, Keria Melaka JB stall.  For certain people that aren’t familiar, Malacca Keria is kuih keria that coated with palm sugar. The stall famous with the fresh handmade kuih keria and always sold out in an hour! Besides, Johor residents no need to drive to Malacca just to get some of the kuih keria!

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Address: Jln Suria 18, Tmn Suria, Johor Bahru (Infront of Gazebo Restaurant)

Operating Hours: 1 PM until sold out (Closed on Friday)

Social Media: Facebook, Instagram

Phone No: 018-789 7473

6. Apam Balik Impian

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While there are plenty of apam balik joints all over in Johor, this particular stall in Skudai serves apam balik alongside with very unique toppings. Besides apam balik, the stall also serves Tokiabi with plenty of amazing toppings and sauces. Without a doubt, the best of variety apam balik in Johor to try out!

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Address: Jalan Seri Impian 1, Impian Heights, 81300 Skudai

Operating Hours: 9:30 AM – 6:30 PM (Opens Everyday)

Social Media: Facebook

Phone No: 012-742 2821

7. Pisang Goreng Mawar

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When talking about pisang goreng, there’s always a debate between Johoreans and other states in Malaysia. It is because Johor’s unique way of enjoying pisang goreng is with sambal kicap. The sweetness from the semi-melted pisang goreng for Pisang Goreng Mawar is balanced with savouriness from their homemade sambal kicap itself. Surely making you coming back again!

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Address: No 888 Jalan Sg.Chat, 80100 Johor Bahru

Operating Hours: 11 AM – 7 PM (Closed on Saturday)

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8. JH Lovely Sweets

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J.H. Lovely Sweets has become a popular stop by from local to tourists around Johor Bahru town. The place offers a variety of Punjabi traditional sweets & savory that you maybe never heard before! Also, if you’re craving for naan, J.H. Lovely Sweets offers that as well. Definitely a worth to try!

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Address: 418-5, Jalan Trus, Bandar Johor Bahru, 80000 Johor Bahru

Operating Hours: 10 AM – 10 PM (Opens Everyday)

Social Media: Facebook

Phone No: 016-795 0798

9. Hiap Joo Bakery

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Our next spot is famous among Johoreans, that familiar Hiap Joo bakery’s iconic wood fire oven baked banana cakes. You’d be amazed by the crazy long queue over the sidewalk and streets here, especially on weekends. Moreover, the bakery also sells other variety kuih and pastries that absolutely can’t resist!

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Address: 13, Jalan Tan Hiok Nee, Bandar Johor Bahru, 80000 Johor Bahru

Operating Hours: 7:30 AM – 5 PM (Opens Everyday)

Social Media: Facebook

Phone No: 07-223 1703

10. Mr Sam You Char Kway

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The last but not least on our list is Mr Mr. Sam You Char Kway. The stall not just offers ordinary char kway, they also serves a variety of sweet toppings and flavors. Also, don’t forget to try out their savory char kway full with seasoned meat and vegetables. Absolutely giving you the whole experience and satisfaction. Undoubtedly, worth to try out!

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Address: 101, Jalan Mahmoodiah, Kampung Bahru, 80100 Johor Bahru

Operating Hours: 12:30 PM – 6 PM (Closed on Friday and Saturday)

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With that, we’ve come to an end of our list of the 10 Best Snack Spots In Johor that all foodies must not miss out. Let us know which one above is your favorite or perhaps you prefer us to update the list, then leave us a comment! In the meantime, we hope this list is a useful addition to your food adventure around Johor. See you at the next post!

10 Best Hi-Tea Snack Spots Here In Johor

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