Registered: 2018-03-04 Last signed in: 2020-01-20
The stall is just outside their home at Binjai Rendah village. It is along the main road and you can easily find it. It serves only breakfast everyday. This place is popular for its nasi dagang and nasi minyak. They also sell ready fried noodle for RM2 and local Malay kuih for 50 cent per piece. A cheap and good place for breakfast.
This restaurant serves great varieties of halal Korean food. The price is reasonable with tofu seafood kimchi stew set for RM18.90. The pancake costs RM10 plus. The restaurant is also very clean and comfortable. It is one of the best Korean restaurants at Kuantan.
This place is where you can buy roses and orchid plants for your home. There are many different colours to choose from and prices are affordable. The cheapest orchid plant costs RM13 each. You can ask for advice on how to plant roses and orchids from the owner and her workers. They are very friendly and kind. Also they sell rose lotion (RM25), candle (RM5), soap (RM10) and rose hand cream (RM25). If you go to the venue to get it, the products are cheaper than buying it online.
This café sells delicious yet affordable home made cakes. One piece of cake costs from RM6.90 to RM9 per piece depending on flavours. They also sell home made puffs and biscuits. Aside from food, they also sell hot drinks like coffee and chocolate drinks. Their popular drink is strawberry latte but you can opt for strawberry with fresh milk. The food and drinks are not too sweet too. They also sell budget cake which is smaller size for RM15.
This restaurant serves delicious glutinous rice balls with lotus and carrot cakes. They also have steamed pau and dim sum. The glutinous rice and xiao long pau are not delicious at all and not recommended. Porridge is very plain and ready fried noodle does not look appealing too. This restaurant is only a year old and not many choices of dishes.
The apam balik or pancake costs RM1.50 for ordinary pancake with peanuts, butter and corn. If add more corn, it costs 50 cent more. There are other flavours too. The location of the stall is visible when you pass by towards Taman Sejati and you can park your car at the roadside. The pancake is crispy and the taste is just right not too sweet.
This street not only has few shops selling souvenirs, food and clothes, there are some street arts for those people who like to take pictures and post in instagram. A well recommended place to take pictures of arts, culture and heritage.
This restaurant serves delicious steamboat with handmade dumplings, handmade fishballs and handmade meatballs. It is also air conditioning which makes the customers eat with ease and comfortable. They also sell different types of claypot rice which i feel average taste only.
This salon is newly taken over by a young man and he has no workers helping him at the moment. With no helpers, it is very difficult as some customers will ask him to do it quick on other customers. This hair stylist will do it very fast and may not be able to get things done well. For example, if you go for hair wash, he will get it done less than 15 minutes from wash hair to drying your hair and you pay for RM20. It is not worth the money spent if you want good hair wash.
This supper place has varieties of fishballs, vegetables and many choices of dim sum items to eat with home made sauces. The chili sauce is extremely spicy and not recommended to those who cannot take chilis. The owner also sells herbal drinks. Many who came prefer to pack to bring home as there are limited tables and chairs to sit. The truck is near a 24 hours mini market, McDonald and Starbucks at Bandar Puteri Puchong.