Registered: 2018-03-04 Last signed in: 2022-01-22
This cafe serves delicious freshly made sandwiches. It has tuna, sardine and eggs choices for the sandwiches menu. Their grilled chicken with generous fries portion is also another good recommendation. They also serve few types of fried rice and pasta. Coffee and tea with different varieties are also in the menu. Parking is difficult to get during working hours and in the evening.
This restaurant is only one month old, a new dim sum restaurant at Kuantan. There are varieties of dim sum to choose from. The taste of the dim sum is average taste. However the porridge and xiao long pao are delicious and well-recommended to eat.
This cafe is comfortable with air con and clean, very much suitable to bring children and infant. The food comprises of local and western food. I would recommend to come here for breakfast instead of lunch and dinner as they have toast bread, pastries, half boiled eggs and nasi lemak which are good choices for breakfast. The nasi lemak serves chicken chop instead of fried chicken as dish and some people may not like it. Their fried rice is delicious and well-recommended.
This business is only 2 years old. The owner originally bakes roti paung for a living and the roti paung's shop is just nest to the keropok lekor's shop. They have 2 products which are keropok lekor and keropok keping. They even pack the ready fried keropok keping with sauce inside a small packet and sell RM15 for 10 small packets. The steamed keropok lekor tastes good and the keropok keping in the packet are not as hard as other brands at Terengganu.
This halal western restaurant serves delicious fine dining food since year 1997. The service and environment are good. Although the price is a bit higher than other western restaurants but the ingredients they use are fresh and original. They make their own soups. Recommended to come here for halal western fine dining experience.
This vegetarian restaurant serves noodle, rice, snacks, cakes and western food. The environment is clean, comfortable and suitable for family dining. The fried noodle is delicious, well recommended. The pot of rose tea tastes more like a plain water and it costs RM14 for two persons which I think is not worth it. This cafe is more of a modern concept vegetarian cafe.
This restaurant serves authentic local Malay dishes. The sambal is very delicious which you should eat with your rice and ulam. There are also varieties of vegetable dishes. You will be spoilt of choices as every dish looks so delicious. You can also order fried rice and noodle for ala carte. Their peak hour is 1.30 p.m. to 2.30 p.m in which you will find the restaurant is very crowded with customers. However, parking is difficult to get as there are many rows of shoplots around the restarant.
This place is very popular for breakfast. The location is opposite the floating mosque at Kuala Ibai, the other side of the road. They sell nasi lemak, nasi dagang, nasi pulut, nasi minyak and varieties of noodle. I would recommend the nasi minyak ayam gulai as the gulai is made using milk, not the usual coconut milk.
This stall is the branch of the original sate chalok near Besut, Terengganu. Many people come here for the sate as the meat is very juicy and size is bigger compared to other places. One stick of sate costs RM1.30. They have chicken, beef and mutton satay to choose from. The gravy for the satay lacks of peanuts and for those who like peanuts, they may not find it delicious. However, eating the sate alone without the gravy already tastes good enough.
This place is one of the famous tourism places at Kota Bahru. During monsoon season, this place will be flooded as it is near to Kelantan river. The Tambatan DiRaja is a special platform built for the Kelantan royalty to board the Royal Boat once upon a time ago. This place also has a clock tower nearby which is also an observation tower.