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There is a lot of malay restraunt along the road...lunch & dinner is not a problem, unless u don't like Malay food...for those who does not eat spicy, u can tell them 'tak mau pedas'...hahaha...actually the local people able to communicate in English...language is not a problem...U can try on grill seafood with their special 'sambal' (sauce)...there is a lot...
Favorite Dish: Check it out there...I like it...taste good...for Malaysian, I think u have to try it...
Written Aug 13, 2004
It is a western restraunt that u can enjoy ur dinner...i have the lamb, yeap its taste good...It was a pub as well, there will be live band, pool table, of course u can have the candle light dinner with ur loves one...hehehe
Favorite Dish: Once u try it, u will know!!!
Written Aug 13, 2004
This restaurant is situated at the Pantai Beserah (Beserah Beach) about 15 km from Cherating. The waiters and waitresses here are friendly. You can ask them about any dish from the menu and they will provide you enough information so that you will get what you want.
You can even choose the fish from the aquarium. Although this is a chinese restaurant, but they provide Halal food. Most of local people also come here to enjoy the food.
While waiting for your food, you can enjoy the view and breeze of Beserah Beach.
Favorite Dish: Stuffed-crab - This is the specialty of this restaurant.
Butter-prawn - Tasty and fresh.
Written Jul 16, 2003
Address: Pantai Beserah
The Payung Café is located at the Cherating River. The do great daily specials and offer a good variety of drinks.
I've had a yummy vegetarian curry.
Written Apr 13, 2009
A very good waitress service and also its environment. Really feel relax..
Favorite Dish: Butter Big Prawn. It was the both good cook presentation and also taste i ate before.
Updated Apr 21, 2005
Address: Lot 1/772, Pantai Cherating.
Cannot forget restaurant is a Chinese-Siam restaurant that sell normal Fried Rice, vegetables, seafoods and beers. Average price RM5-RM10 for a dinner.
Written Jan 11, 2005