Batu Pahat Restaurants

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Most Recent Restaurants in Batu Pahat

  • Sup Kambing, Jln Mohd Akil (near Hai-O-Raya): Don't Miss The Best Sup Kambing in Town

    by amin88 Updated Jul 2, 2010

    An enormous bowl of hot soup with a special substance/spices that give marvelous crema. I officially love this cuisine ten thousand times more than I love myself.
    U can re-fill the soup as much as u want for FREE.
    The price is very2 cheap..only rm6 a bowl.

    Favorite Dish: Sup Kambing
    Sup Campur
    Sup daging,perut,urat,lidah, otak, buah pingang,hati,mata, ekor dan terpedo
    tapau/take away pon boleh maaa

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    Bee Bee Kedai Roti & Kek: Bee Bee Kedai Roti & Kek

    by chiabh Updated Apr 9, 2009
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    For bread lovers, Bee Bee is one of the many famous bakery in Batu Pahat... Besides the normal hand-made and baked bread, it also make buns and pastries... Not having a sweet tooth, we went just for the bread and buns... These are freshly baked...

    Favorite Dish: The bread and buns are freshly baked and does not have any preservatives... So, you should buy for consumption within the next 2 days...

    Other recommended bakeries are Han Kee Cafe in Taman Banang, Chop Khoo Boo Siang in Jalan Rahmat and Tong Seng Bakery in Jalan Shahbandar... These are some of the oldest bakeries in town and produce good traditional breads...

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    Hai Kee Hawker Centre: Hai Kee Hawker Centre

    by chiabh Updated Apr 9, 2009
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    The hawker centre is the most well-known in Batu Pahat... It is located along Jalan Shahbandar, by the side of Sungai Batu Pahat and at its junction with Jalan Abu Bakar... You can find some of the best hawker food in Batu Pahat here... There is also a Foochow restaurant selling Foochow delicacies and steamboat... The hawker centre is opened daily from 7.00pm to 11.00pm...

    Batu Pahat have many hawker centres (big or small) and food streets... If you have the time, you may want to try out Kang Fee Hawker Centre at Jalan Abu Bakar, Foodcourt at former Chengsiu Primary School or food street at Jalan Peng Kai aka Tam Ciak Street (junction with Jalan Jenang)... and many more...

    Favorite Dish: Among the favourite dishes are fried carrot cake, wantan noodles and ikan pari bakar... Do not miss out the otak-otak and cuttlefish with kangkong as well...

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    Kopitiam Tong Fang: Kopitiam Tong Fang

    by chiabh Written Apr 9, 2009
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    The kopitiam has many stalls selling all kinds of hawker fares... One particular stall that caught my eye is that selling porridge...

    Favorite Dish: The stall sells porridge which is good to the taste... The plain porridge is cooked till very soft and smooth, eating it with the soya sauce is most satisfying... You can order side dishes to go with the porridge... There is the mixed platter with the layered pork, braised egg and braised tofu... And there is my all-time favourite of braised pork trotter...

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    Restoran Swee Bee Hainanese Chicken Rice: Restoran Swee Bee Hainanese Chicken Rice

    by chiabh Written Apr 9, 2009

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    The restaurant is a very prominent building on Jalan Rahmat and will not be missed as you drive down the road... Pinted in 2 tones pinkish beige, it is easily attractive... The building used to be a run-down budget hotel... The restaurant occupies the ground floor and dispite being non air-conditioned, the dining hall is not too hot...

    Favorite Dish: The speciality, is course, Hainanese chicken rice... The chicken comes with taugeh (bean sprouts) as the base... Other dishes include the fried tofu is also quite delicious... The tofu is served with peanut topping and the sweet and sourish sauce, together with the shredded vegetables makes it quite tasty... For an appetizing starter, you may want to try its famous chicken feet salad... This is served with strips of carrot, onions, chillies and other vegetables...

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    Ah See Noodle House: Ah See Noodle House

    by chiabh Updated Apr 7, 2009
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    The shop moved to this new location on recently... The stall started as Ah See Noodle stall in the old town and located at Chop Swee Kee coffeeshop in Jalan Jenang... The shop is now managed by Ah Leong who learnt the trade from his father, Ah See... This time apart from Ah Leong and spouse, his nephew Danny Wang has been groomed to continue the family tradition...

    The old shop at Chop Swee Kee is still in operation and is run by one of the relative... Some customers find it more convinent to patronise this stall as it is located in the town...

    Favorite Dish: The noodle house is noted for its wantan mee, char siew and wanton... The noodles can be dry or with soup... The wanton noodles are not tossed with dark soy sauce... For those who like a spicy touch, it would be tossed with some chilli sauce... For those who do not prefer it dry, there is also the clear soup noodles... The soup is rather flavourful as it prepared by simmering for hours with a blend of pork bones...

    The noodle house is open from 8.00am to 6.00pm daily but currently closed on Mondays... It has plans to open daily including Mondays...

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    Daddy Village: Daddy Village

    by chiabh Updated Apr 7, 2009
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    The speciality in this restaurant is strawberries... The proprietor, Adam Chew, was working in Cameron Highlands before returning to Batu Pahat to open this restaurant... When he left Cameron Highlands, he not only brought his highland-born wife but he also arranged for a setady supply of fresh strawberries to his restaurant...

    Favorite Dish: The signature drink here has to be fresh strawberry juice... For salad, there is kerabu fruit salad flavoured with bunga kantan and (what else but) strawberry slices - other ingredients include slices of green and red apple, tomato, onion, lettuce tossed with Chinese parsley, toasted ikan bilis and sesame seeds... The Daddy Special Fish consist of a deep-fried siakap and then wrapped in aluminium foil with a special sauce to give it a distintive aroma and taste... Other dishes include steamed otak-otak, mutton rendang, black pepper fried rice and otak-otak fried rice... For dessert, there is cendol, ice kachang (ABC) and sago gula Melaka...

    The restaurant is opened from 8.30am to 10.30pm daily but is closed on Mondays...

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    Ah See Wanton Noodles: Don't miss it!

    by fraulein2008 Written Jan 28, 2009

    I think no one that were born and grew up in Batu Pahat will not know about Ah See wanton mee. It is one of the oldest brand of wanton noodles in this town.

    Favorite Dish: The specialty will be of course its own homemade noodles made into the wanton mee. Instead of using dark soy sauce, the main ingredients for this wanton mee is sesame oil.

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    Hai Kee hawker center: Famous and oldest hawker centre!

    by fraulein2008 Written Nov 11, 2008

    Since it's one of the oldest hawker center in Batu Pahat, don't expect too much on the hygiene and cleanliness at there. I have always enjoy the food here since I was a kid. There's lots of variety for you to choose from like fish ball noodles, braised duck, duck noodles, wu xian (deep fried fishballs, fishpaste and prawn crackers), roast chicken wings and many more.

    More descriptions and pictures can be found at www.tamciakpo.blogspot.com

    Favorite Dish: Basically all the food are great since most of the stalls have been here for years and still doing good. My favourites are definitely the chicken wings, wu xiang and otak-otak!

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    Ah Soon Kopitiam: Mixed pork/fish soup

    by fraulein2008 Written Nov 11, 2008

    If you're a pork lover, don't miss this shop selling mixed pork soup (or fish) served with plain rice or yam rice. Even when went there at 11 morning, people were already packing the place waiting for their lunch. Can't imagine how crowded it will be at exact lunch hour!

    Favorite Dish: Mixed pork soup with plain rice, of course. The soup taste really great and the porks and innards taste fresh. If you don't like pork or innards, you can opt for fish soup.

    You can refer to my blog www.tamciakpo.blogspot.com for more pictures.

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    Restoran SY: Can Get Better Seafood Elsewhere

    by Aidy_p Updated Feb 10, 2008

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    This Restaurant Somehow Attracted Many Locals
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    Teemed with disappointment of not being able to savour the succulent roast pork at Ah See Wanton Noodle Shop, my family and I moved ourselves to a seafood restaurant just a couple of doors away from the famed Noodle Shop - Restoran SY. This restaurant looked like it was newly-opened but somehow, the locals seemed to like this place (Are there no other restaurants in Batu Pahat?).

    Favorite Dish: We ordered a packaged dinner that came with set dishes - Prawns, cod fish, vegetables, "kong" bak and mushroom with meat. Everything came up to about RM260 for 10 persons.

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    Ah See Wanton Noodle: A Must Try in Batu Pahat

    by Aidy_p Written Feb 10, 2008

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    I've read so much about this wanton noodle shop that I made it a quest for me to look for this particular shop. We got the directions from the local and headed straight for the shop.

    Ah See wanton noodle shop had moved to a new place and one good thing is that the parking is more than adequate. BUT! when we got there, the shop was closed for Lunar New Year (It was the third day of the Lunar New Year and on the sign pasted on their shutter, they mentioned that they would be open on the fourth day). We were returning to singapore and thus, did not have the opportunity to try out the wanton noodle.

    Promise i'll be back again. Please don't close your shutter on me. Sob sob.

    Favorite Dish: Wanton noodles! They sell soya bean drink too - Always a good compliment.

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    Pacific Food Junction: Plenty To Choose From

    by Aidy_p Written Feb 10, 2008

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    After long drive, we wanted some local comforts and more importantly, an air-conditioned locale and somewhere that we did not want to prod further. Since we were at the Batu Pahat Mall, the food court on the third level proved to be the best choice, though it did not serve the best of food.

    Favorite Dish: My family and I ordered different food so that we'd get a varied fare. The mutton briyani was good but the papadom seemed to go soft rather quickly. The soup for the mee soto was rather watery and the gravy for the mee rebus was not as thick and delicious as one would expect the gravy to be. But if you're looking for a quick bite to fill your tummy and you're quite desperate just like me, this food court is still alright.

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    Wan Tan Mee: Wan Tan Mee

    by l_joo Updated Mar 19, 2006

    Non Halal food. This food with name WTM Wan Tan Mee is non-halal. So what you see here is WTM, so delicious and can't wait to go there agian to eat eat and eat and lick the plate and.......(note: this is another shop of delicious Wan Tan Mee beside Ah See)

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    Menu: Menu

    by l_joo Updated May 17, 2005

    Batu Pahat has so many Malay roadside restaurants, these restaurants are very basic, they are not in a big modern shopping mall, they don't have air-conditioning system, they are very local, and this is a menu of the restaurant, a tip for you, just take a look.

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