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This restaurant is located just 5 minutes from Awana Kijal resort and we decided to have our dinner here. As being at the seaside we decided to seafood.
It was delicious but they gave us the larger portions and we were so full and could not finished our food. We should have order small or medium portions.
Favorite Dish: We had steamed red garoupa fish, Stuffed crab, Prawns with petai( a type of jungle beans), Chilli crab(mouth watering and beware its spicy) but you can ask them to make it less spicy, Claypot chicken and fruits.
Updated Mar 15, 2007
Address: KM28, Jln Chukai-Dungun,Kemaman, T'gnu
Phone: 019 9932828/0199932868
Kijalian's Ais Kacang is made of Kijal. While I was busy snapping photos, I ask makcik (aunty) for one packet of Ais Kacang. The price is RM1. This cold icy food is made of ice just like slurpy of 7-Eleven but this one has red beans and sliced jelly and corns and chendol and many others depends on the person who make. It has another name called ABC but this very special one I named it Kijalian's Ais Kacang.
Written May 6, 2004
Ambience is what we made it to be in our case. We cooked in & had a blast poisoning each other Ahaha. Just kidding. We brought our own foodstuff & ingredients & cooked most of our meals safe for the one nite when we had KFC.
There's no restaurant nearby except for a Kentucky Fried Chicken outlet!!! Well there's also a Korean BBQ buffet/ Sea Food restaurant nearby but like the resort charged cutthroat prices for lousy food. There were some roadside gerai(stalls) but were closed as it's the Raya Aidilfitri.
You have to have motorised transport in Kijal if you want good & reasonably priced local chow. Again said the better known places to eat is around the other towns near Kijal eg. Chukai. Chukai is well known for it's stuffed baked crab & coffee..
Written Nov 28, 2003
Address: Awana Kijal Resort's Apartment's kitchenette
The Kemaman Coffee House was a nice little cafe ran by some Chinese in this predominantly Muslim state of Terengganu, Malaysia. Tucked away on a busy little street, the cafe serves up a mix of cusine with an obivous Chinese spin...
And cheap, the food was bloody cheap, I almost felt as if I was robbing them...RM 23.10 (about $6 USD) for starters and main courses for two people...
Favorite Dish: As with most restaurants that I went to in and around Kijal, the beef curry seemed to be the most popular item on the menu. And the beef curry here did not disappoint. You can also get that elusive beer here...
Written Apr 25, 2003
Address: No. 277, Jalan Kampung Tengah, Kemaman, Terengganu