Registered: 2018-03-04 Last signed in: 2020-05-25
This noodle stall serves delicious handmade porkballs which the owner makes her own. There are four types of noodle to choose from. You can either choose dry noodle or soup noodle. The flavor of the dry noodle is nice with delicious minced marinated pork. The portion is just right for one person to eat.
There are two sizes to choose from depending on your preferences. You can request for less sweet bubble tea and they use brown sugar instead of white sugar which is healthier. I would recommend the chendol brown sugar pearl milk tea. They also have yogurt drink too. Their milk used is fresh milk.
This bakery is open by a local Terengganu Malay. Their pastries are freshly made everyday. Its walnut stick which costs RM4.90 is very delicious and not very sweet but others are average taste. For those who is looking for Muslim bakery at Kuala Terengganu, this bakery is well recommended because of the freshness and cleanliness.
This shop sells the local Chinese handmade steamed fish rolls the best at Kuala Terengganu. The owner also sells locally made fish crackers and other types of different crackers too. The local people like fish crackers but the tourists prefer prawn crackers. You can also observe how the fish rolls are made and even take a video of the process of making. They make their own sambal too which goes with the steamed keropok. A good place to learn food culture for tourist and enjoy local snacks.
This restaurant serves typical Malay food and there are quite a varieties to choose from. It locates opposite Universiti Terengganu Malaysia. The price is also reasonable with rice with chicken wing, half salted egg and one portion of vegetable for less than RM6. The hot milo without sugar and milk costs RM1. Plain water is free. The dishes are also delicious.
This coffee house serves limited Vietnamese food which are bread with chicken curry, bread with chicken soup, fried eggs, Vietnamese popiah and the famous Vietnamese coffee. The coffee is very thick and aromatic while the chicken curry is delicious and not spicy. They even have their own car parking beside the mosque.
Chocolate Mud cake (RM9.25) is very creamy with chocolate taste and not so sweet. The watermelon juice (RM7.60) is freshly done and you can ask for less sweet. Environment is good and relaxing with friendly waiter and waitresses. They also sell their famous egg tarts with different flavours. Ala carte lunch and dinner are also served from Asian to western food.
This stall sells carrot cake that you can actually tastes the carrot itself than just flour. A little costly compared to other stalls but this food court serves the tourists and the price is a bit expensive than other coffee shops at Kuala Terengganu. This is the second stall selling carrot cake in Kuala Terengganu.
This café serves Taiwanese no. 1 milk tea with various taste. It also has two types of ice cream aside from milk tea. I would suggest to have red bean milk tea as you can taste the real red bean at the bottom of the drink. Also the drink is not so sweet.
This restaurant has 50 years old of history and it locates the white mosque at Bandar, Kuala Terengganu. It is famous for its nasi padang Indonesia. The price is also reasonable with squid and beef with rice and hot milo costs RM14. There are many varieties of Indonesian dishes and local dishes for lunch. The curry squids are very delicious. Parking is difficult during working days.