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    Roadside Cafe (Kedai Kopi Tepi Jalan): Nothing like a good Prata for breakfast

    by hassan_abu Written Dec 29, 2003

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    Some people call it Roti Canai, some call it Roti Prata. There are various types of Prata, (Plain, with egg, with onions and egg, chocolate prata, chicken floss prata, cheese prata, prata tissue, prata bom, plaster, etc...) No matter what type of prata like, the curry is the special ingredient that makes any prata delicious.
    For drinks, try Milo Dinosaur, Kopi Tongkat Ali, etc...)

    Favorite Dish: My favourite is the still the good old prata kosong with "sambal tumis ikan bilis" (anchovies chilli sauce). Emmmm.....

    Prata
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    Small Stall beside the shops-Lukut: Nasi Lemak - Ayam Goreng

    by shirbon Written Mar 2, 2004

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    Some ppl will not like this kind of stall, it is at the shop corner, with a few tables and chairs...there are dogs stray around because of Makcik Ayam Goreng...The special of the Ayam Goreng: It is just nice and smell good, we always ask for the fresh means just GORENG...oh! GORENG is FRIED...AYAM is CHICKEN...hehehhe...it start from 6pm to 5am...Normally I go for supper...

    Favorite Dish: Nasi Lemak + Ayam Goreng

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    Mamma Food Junction: New Food Court Near Grand Lexis, Port Dickson

    by azmilsyahmi Written Jan 23, 2013

    Mamma Food Junction is located in Taman Ria. Its less than a kilometer from Grand Lexis or Glory Beach Resort. Its a sort of food court with stalls of Sotong Kangkong and Tauhu Bakar, Nasi Ayam, Teppanyaki, a Pakistani food stall and also Roti Canai and Naan. The also an ala carte with local and western dishes.

    Favorite Dish: But for me I go there for their mee curry meletup which is really spicy. A bowl only cost RM 4 and its really nice. There is also a burger stall there. So if you are looking for a place with cheap eats just head towards Lukut from PD Town and look out for a brightly lit foodcourt just after a traffic light. Its not hard to miss it. Only issue on weekends is that parking might be a problem as there is very limited parking around.

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    Restraunt Tian Tian: Tasty fresh Seafood

    by shirbon Written Mar 2, 2004

    Actually is my Uncle's restraurant...there are seafood, major is Crabs, Fish, Prawn, Fried Oysters, etc...Spicy is best but non-spice also good...It is located at kampung area, Chuah...FYI the road is narrow...it is an open area restraunt...becareful of cows when driving at the area...there is a lot of cow farm...there also sea inside the restraunt...In the evening u can see Palm trees around the area...

    Favorite Dish: My favourites are the Dried Fried Crabs, Curry Fish, Fried Oyster, Prawn with wine, and a lot more that I don;t know how to describe in English...All is seafood.

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    Waranee Thai Restaurant: A Hidden Gem in Port Dickson

    by azmilsyahmi Written May 17, 2013

    I discovered this excellent restaurant when celebrating a buddy's bday. Waranee is a small eating place in Kampung Gelam, Port Dickson. If you're heading through Pantai Cahaya Bulan, search for a junction with the Shell refinery on the right. At the junction turn left and drive towards some shophouses on your right side. The shop looks like most Malaysian Thai Restaurant. Its also priced about the same, a plate of Thai fried rice will be RM5. 00. But we preordered our food. My favourite was the fish cooked in lime. Every single plate that arrived has been magnificently adorned and also tasty. As i have worked throughout Thailand for around a year or so, I can fairly point out the food here is real Thai. So if you seeking very good Thai food when in Port Dickson head over to the Waranee Thai Restaurant.

    Favorite Dish: Steamed Fish Cooked in Lime Sauce

    My Favourite Fish cooked in Lime Sauce
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    hawker stalls: mee rojak

    by ukirsari Written Oct 5, 2004

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    in my lingo, mee rojak >> mee = mie [noodle] and rojak = rujak [salad]. so it's mixed noodle with tofu, and fresh veggie with peanut sauce as topping. one of my fave at port dickson!!!

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    DURIANS

    by jenniferchin Written Jun 21, 2004

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    Favorite Dish: Love it or hate it, the King Of Fruits have gotten so much attention (good and bad) for its exotic appearance and pungent smelling flesh.

    I LOVE IT !!

    durians !

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    Restaurant Sia Lee: Seafood

    by wengs Written Feb 23, 2007

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    Becareful on the price of crab as they charge us RM20/kg. Indeed we found out later it only cost RM15-18 for the locals.

    Favorite Dish: Butter prawn, crab

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    hawker stalls: sugar cane as thirst quencher

    by ukirsari Written Oct 5, 2004

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    hmmmmmmmmmm, what else explaination for hot sunny day vs sugar cane or es tebu with ice cubes in your cup? so fresh and cool!!!!

    sugar cane malacca (c) ukirsari
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