After all the fun we had at the Lost World Of Tambun we dropped by at one of the nearby restaurant called ‘Restaurant Gelas Besar’. For less than RM85.00 we managed to get a set diner for 6 person consisting of rice, sweet & sour fish, tomyam, a few varieties of fried vegetables, fried cuttle fish & prawn, fried chicken etc and also a big jug of fresh watermelon juice to quench out thirst and wash down all the food we ate into our empty stomach!
Favorite Dish: Fried Cuttle fish
The food here are soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo deliciious .. so i guess u can tell by now...
Favorite Dish: i love the fish and also chicken darn it soo delicous but might as well asked for the crab its so so so so so so so mouth watery
Pun Chun in Bidor is located on the main street of Bidor town. It has been in business for at least 25 years, or more. It opens 24 hours for the convenience of travelers. Pun Chun offers a variety of noodles and rice. The most famous noodle dish is the Duck Noodle. I ordered a dry duck noodle comes with a bowl of duck soup cooked with chinese herbs. It costs RM6.20. It's yummy! (Click to see the photo of my noodle)
It is also famous for Chicken Biscuits, 'Sat-kae-ma", "Woo-kok" (Yam/Taro bun with bbq pork) etc.
Sorry, just remember to add, the restaurant is non-halal.
Favorite Dish: Dry duck noodle, "Woo-kok" (Yam/Taro bun with bbq pork), won ton.
this is my fav food stop everytime we travel up north from kuala lumpur.. along the north-south highway, about an hour away fr kl, there's a little town called bidor.. and in this town, there's this old coffee shop selling the most delicious food..
Favorite Dish: there are a few must eat here.. duck soup.. wantan.. char yuk (pork with black fungus) noodles.. then there are also the biscuits to take home.. crispy chicken biscuit.. shat kek ma.. :)
Located at the new Town area near KFC and Billlion Supermarket is this coffee shop that is popular with the local for the laksa (spicy and sourish fish gravy rice noodles) and ice kacang (ice shavings with beans and sweet syrup).
The laksa is usually sold out by late afternoon.
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