Registered: 2018-03-04 Last signed in: 2019-01-21
This cafe serves authentic Terengganu Chinese Peranakan local food. The vegetable rojak is home made and very delicious. There are few choices of local dessert soup such as bubur cha cha, pengat pisang and many more. Other food like fried noodle and fried rice and western food are also available. The wan tan hor costs RM5 per plate.
This stall make their own tau fu fah and soya bean drink which cost RM1.50 each. Both taste warm and very comforting food for a good afternoon meal.
This stall sells fried kuew tiow and fried yellow noodle for RM4.50 small and RM5 big plate. The portion is quite big even for small plate. This stall is near to the entrance of market and only opens at 1 p.m.
This restaurant is known as the most expensive Chinese fine dining restaurant at Kuantan. The food here are special chef creations. The dishes are very delicious. I would recommend the porridge with fried fish. Price is very high in this restaurant with just fried rice alone costs RM43. But if you want to host business people for meals, this place is well-recommended as the food taste and customer service are excellent.
This restaurant is famous among the locals. The restaurant is also very clean. Dishes are delicious with price being reasonable. The staff are very friendly and nice. Most people come here for their lunch. Parking is limited and thus, customers need to come early to get carpark. Rice with fish and two vegetable dishes costs RM9.80. Warm water and plain water are free of charge for the customers.
This restaurant cooks delicious western food. One plate of chicken chop costs RM15. Fresh juices cost RM6 per glass. The chendol ais is big portion can share among three persons. The environment is cozy and relaxing, suitable fr business discussion after meals. It also sells local ala carte food like fried noodle, fried rice and different types of noodle soup which cost much cheaper than western food.
This restaurant serves delicious home made flour noodle soup. It has many types of flavour but I prefer the original taste. The pork balls are also delicious. However, getting a carpark is difficult. One bowl of flour noodle soup costs RM6. Herbal drink costs RM2 per glass.
A good place to go for a walk and photo taking after shopping at pasar payang . It is located near the jetty to Redang Island too. Peaceful and tranquility are the words to describe the environment. Easy parking and less crowded area for you to relax and feel calm.
The waiting time for the food is very long. Also the fried rice is tasteless and expensive which is RM6.50 and ingredients inside the rice is so little. In other restaurants, you can get about RM5 per plate. Many customers come here for their famous fried chicken which costs RM3.90 per piece. Would also recommend to eat their different types of noodle their fried rice which is less tasty. Warm water is free of charge.
A good place to have supper if you do not want to eat heavy food at night before sleeping. If you order the fried mushrooms, it is better to have four persons eating together as the portion is big and it costs RM10 per plate. Parking is along the roadside as there is no carpark available.