12 Supper Spots In Johor Bahru Worth Crossing The Border For

JB Supper Spots

As sinful as suppers may be, not many can resist the temptation of slurping down a delicious bowl of bak chor mee when the late night hunger pangs strike. Who cares about diet when food can give you the ultimate satisfaction in life?

If you are bored of the usual supper places in Singapore, it is time to head over to Johor Bahru. The Malaysian state is home to many late night casual eateries and restaurants offering scrumptious Malaysian delicacies that will satisfy your tummy.

Here are 12 Supper Spots In Johor Bahru Worth Crossing The Border For.


An al fresco coffee shop, this is a no-frills eating place where you can find an array of local dishes such as bak kut teh, char kuay teow, rojak, satay celup and more. Other favourites among diners there are the roasted chicken wings and BBQ Stingray stalls.

Jalan Perkasa 4
Taman Ungku Tun Aminah
Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Fa Ge Lok Lok

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Conveniently located outside KSL City Mall, Fa Ge Lok Lok is known among Malaysians and Singaporeans. ‘Lok Lok’ is essentially skewered meat, seafoood or vegetables that can be boiled of deep fried in oil. The selection at this mobile stall is aplenty too—chicken, duck, salmon, tofu and more.

Jalan Serigala
Taman Abad
Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Fei Biao Noodle House

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Fans of fried fish bee hoon rejoice because this one is for you! Famous Dart Fei Biao Noodle House’s legendary fried fish soup with thick bee hoon has received many praises for its delectable milky fish soup and generous portions of fresh fish meat.

87 Jalan Sutera Tanjung 8/2
Taman Sutera Utama
Skudai, Johor, Malaysia
Daily: 8am – 4.20am

Hi Wan Kuey Teow Kia

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This family business is currently run by their second generation and this humble eatery has since made a name for itself among locals and Singaporeans who go over to eat the kuey teow kia for supper.

Jalan Sri Pelangi
Taman Pelangi
Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Daily: 5.30am – 3.30pm

Sin Kimdo

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Is BBQ food your calling? If so, you have to visit Kedai Makanan Sin Kimdo. We are not joking when we say that this place is BBQ heaven where you can indulge in all the skewered meat you fancy. Some barbecue options you have there include chicken wing satay, oyster mushroom and squid.

25, Jalan Sutera
Taman Sentosa
Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Daily: 5pm – 3.45am

Marmolada Food Centre

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Near to KSL City Mall, Marmolada Food Centre is only opened for business after 5pm. Visitors can delight themselves in a wonderful barbecue selection, chicken rice, rojak and so on. It is a great place to rest your weary feet and settle for dinner after a day of shopping and fun.

Jalan Harimau
Taman Abad
Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Meldrum Night Market


Those who are not familiar with Johor Bahru can consider trying out the row of street stalls at Medan Selera Meldrum Walk, which is only 5 minutes walking distance from City Square Mall. You will find a mixture of Chinese, Malay and Indian stalls where you can watch the hawkers in action right in front of your eyes.

23 Jalan Meldrum
Bandar Johor Bahru
Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Daily: 5pm – 12 Midnight

Woon Kiang

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Another well-known Kuey Teow Kia restaurant on our list, many have raved about their hearty noodles in piping hot herbal soup paired with side dishes which you can order at the stall. If you are not keen on innards, they also sell braised duck meat to go along with the noodles.

#G-06, Jalan Pandan 1
Pangsarpuri Impian, Stulang
Johor Bahru, Malaysia

San Low Seafood Restaurant

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Those who are traveling in a group or with family can consider San Low Seafood Restaurant, a three-storey Chinese restaurant in Johor Bahru. Seafood dishes that are good for sharing include their signature Fried Bee Hoon, crabs of various styles and others.

Jalan Merah 1
Taman Pelangi
Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Tel: +607 332 3869/ +607 334 3623
Daily: 4.30pm – 1am


Peak hour starts after 6pm for the hawker stalls at Taman Pelangi Food Centre. Locals themselves visit this place for affordable and decent Malaysian fare. You can expect the usual local dishes such as mee hoon kuih, Hokkien mee and yong tau foo.

Junction of Jalan Perang and Jalan Sri Pelangi
Daily: 6pm – 12 Midnight

Taman Sri Tebrau

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One of the most popular places for supper in Johor Bahru, Taman Sri Tebrau Hawker Centre is always lively at night. Visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to variety as they have everything from zi char dishes to classic Malaysian delights such as oyster omelette and char kuay teow.

Jalan Keris
Taman Sri Tebrau
Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Tapai Tang

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Recommended by locals, do not be put off by Tapai Tang’s rundown appearance because this is a hotspot for supper. Many who visit them order their famous salted kampung chicken. The fresh chicken is first marinated in Chinese spices and herbs. Thereafter, it is wrapped in parchment paper before being covered in a blanket of coarse rock salt and then put into the oven for baking.

128 Jalan Chengai
Taman Melodies
Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Tel: +607 333 3662
Daily: 10am – 4am

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