Nibung Tebal Restaurants

  • opened 5pm - 11pm
    opened 5pm - 11pm
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    The boiled thorns spiral shell
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    Restaurant Cheng Hwa: Crab and Seafood Porridge

    by DaHongHua Written Jun 15, 2014

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    opened 5pm - 11pm
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    Opened 5pm - 11pm only and losed on Monday
    The reataurant was originally a hawker under a giant tree in town. As business grown, they relocated to the new premise at the end of the HIGH Road in Nibong Tebal town, just drive straight to the end of the road when you enter the town, when you see it at the right, take a U turn and you are there joining others diners. Remember, they cook many kind of seafood and opened for dinner and supper.

    Favorite Dish: Fish porridge, crab porridge, mixed seafood big bowl for many people, boiled octopus, boiled thorn shell, baked scalop and etc

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    MR Lok Lok Restaurant: steam boil skewer food

    by DaHongHua Written Apr 25, 2014

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    Mr. Lok-Lok has set up a restaurant
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    Lok-Lok is a method of cooking skewer food in a pot of boiling water, served and eat with chilli or spice sauces.
    It is first a hawker food. In Raja Uda, Butterworth, there are a few lok-lok seller gather together by the local authority in a food court area, They are famous, they are my 1st choice for lok-lok.

    In Nibong Tebal, Mr Lok-Lok Restaurant is newly opened. It is located at Jalan Sungai Daun, in the middle lot of the shop row.

    When I think not to go too far for lok-lok, to dine at Mr. Lok-Lok is a good idea but Raja Uda food court is still the best for lok-lok, there are more type of food, and the enjoyment of the chilli sauces plus eating environment with the crowd.

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    The Taman Berjaya Market, NT: Malaysian Breakfast at the market

    by DaHongHua Updated Feb 4, 2013

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    left : Wantan Noodle ; right : fried noodle
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    It is always in my mind. If in realife a VT friend visit me in my place, I would not allowed my friends to have common buffet breakfast provide by the hotel but to bring them to experience a busy market happenings at Taman Berjaya Market in Nibong Tebal.
    There is a morning hawker centre attached to the wet market.
    There are all sorts of Malaysian food prepare and cook on site. It is surely a great experience having your breakfast here. You may also request to take away for family members who wake up later than you.

    Favorite Dish: Indian food : Baked Pan Cake or Apom, Indian Curry, Roti Canai
    Malay food : Nasi Lemak, Malay Homemade Kuih, Roti Canai
    Chinese food : Yau Cha Kuay, Curry Noodle, Prawn Noodle, Teoh Chew Vege Dumplings, Economy fried noodle, Chinese Pau, roasted chicken and pork rice and etc
    Drink stall : a few drink stalls available selling hot and cold drink
    You may surprise some of the hawkers are selling and preparing same kind of dishes, customers have chances to choose a good one suite to their taste. Most of them are good business as they taste above margin.

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    Kee Tik Jia Restaurant: Hong Kong Dim Sum

    by DaHongHua Written Dec 10, 2012

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    The 7 dishes I like most
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    This restaurant is normally crowded during weekend and pubic holiday.
    Closed on Wednesday.

    Favorite Dish: Fried noodle, Hong Kong style dim sum, steamed dumplings, fried dumplings.
    As it is normally crowded during weekend, the chef add more choice of dim sum to at least 50 variety for the customers to enjoy a colourful and delicious dim sum breakfast.

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    The Lu Shi Guan Vegetarian Restaurant: Vegetarian Ala Carte or Set Menu

    by DaHongHua Written Nov 29, 2012

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    the Chinese Charactor on the counter
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    If you tired of having too much seafood in Nibong Tebal and want to eat vegetarian style, try this Lu Shi Guan Vegetarian Restaurant. You may choose from set menu or ala carte menu. Family gathering can also choose to dine here if some of their members obey vege eating habbits. The restaurant is normally more crowded on 1st and 15th day of Chinese Moon.

    Favorite Dish: Set meal : Bak Kut Teh with rice, Set nasi lemak with drink, set for 2 persons, 3 persons or 4 persons.
    Ala Carte : western vegetarian style, fried rice, fried noodle, wantan noodle, curry noodle, soup noodle.
    Family Dinner : order ala carte accordingly

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    The 7 Villages Reastaurant: franchaising restaurant in N.T.

    by DaHongHua Updated Nov 29, 2012

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    The curry fish balls is delicious.

    The 7 Villages Restaurant is a franchaising restaurant which originated from Raja Uda, Butterworth. It is famous with it Kuey Teow Soup and Noodle with its fish balls.
    The restaurant has now enrich its menu with many side dishes and drinks.

    Favorite Dish: Kuey Teow Soup, La Mian Soup, Dry Kuey Teow, Dry La Mian, Fish Balls ( many styles ), Hot Coffee, Hot Cappucino, Hot Mocha, Iced White Coffee, Baked Bread, Half Boiled Eggs and etc

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    Khee Hiang Restaurant, Jalan Dato Keramat: Among the best Chinese Restaurant in Nibong Tebal

    by DaHongHua Written Sep 8, 2012

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    The sweet and sour prawn
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    There are two Chinese restaurants using the same Chinese name in Nibong Tebal, originally from one restaurant which earned their good view and good name and extended their business in Nibong Tebal at two different location. Both are equally good and operating in a location that has ample parking space, and a big dining hall suitable for wedding reception too.
    This review introduce Khee Hiang Restaurant at Taman Keramat, Jalan Dato Keramat.
    Most businessmen like to invite their business partners to enjoy a good seafood meal here.

    Favorite Dish: Crab Noodle, Steam Fish, Fried Vegetables, Fish XiChuan Style, Butter Prawn, Sweet and Sour Prawn, The signature Towfoo ......

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    Swee Garden Restaurant: Deep fried pig leg - a must try

    by DaHongHua Written Aug 16, 2012

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    The Deep Fried Pig Leg - non halal
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    As this restaurant is located behind the Maybank, only repeating customers know the place.
    This restaurant is famous of its Deep Fried Pig Leg and other type of seafood. Many customers would order for the pig leg and it only has one cooking method, deep frying. Other seafood and vegetable, the customer service personnel would sometimes recommand different cooking method, or the customer may suggest. The other favourite seafood in this restaurant is the boiled octopus, served together with chili sauce with fried bean and onion. Delicious.

    Favorite Dish: Boiled Octopus, Deep fried pig leg, Steamed seafood, Teppan Prawn, Dry Curry Chicken .....

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    The Forest Park cafeteria: Seafood in Taman Negeri Bukit Panchor

    by DaHongHua Written Aug 14, 2012

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    This cafeteria is in the Forest Park
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    Last time when I was here, the other operator is running the business.
    This time ( August 2012 ), this cafeteria operator opts to cook more seafood in either boil or deep fry. As the seafood is fresh, any cooking ways can make it to a delicious dishes. I enjoy it and would like to share with VT members.

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    The Law Chang Kee Restaurant: fresh seafood dining at a traditional shop

    by DaHongHua Updated Aug 14, 2012

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    different tasty dishes, enough for a week dining
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    It is a traditional shop run by a second generation in a family. Visitor who come here can pick for the dishes they wish to order by looking at the wall as the photos tell everything. Like us who are frequent visitors, we order our favourite but avoid expensive food.
    This restaurant invite repeated customers. They will keep coming back and may always order the same food they like although they are more than 80 type of different delicious dishes.
    Freshness of the seafood is not a doubt, prices are always fair so its invite repeated customers and travellers far away from Kuala Lumpur or Alor Setar. The only problem is sometimes when they are mant tables in front of you, you have to wait longer, say 45 minutes for a delicious seafood meal.

    Favorite Dish: my favourite : Deep fried fish, boiled octopus, deep fried prawn cake, seafood poridge, crab poridge, steam whole fish ....
    my favourtite noodles : fried YunYong with prawn cake, friend rice, fried hokkien mixed noodle

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