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Not-so-tourist Kuantan Food

Not-so-tourist Kuantan Food

Bringing you some ‘not-so-tourist’ Kuantanese food
Yap WenYi
Yap WenYi

Food here is not bad, coffee is good too. Nice place to sit.

I’ve tried a few noodle vendors, this vendor has the super silky tofu among others! RM1 for each tofu. Super reasonable.

Pull a shot serves specialty coffee in Kuantan. Checkout their menu, pasta, bread, cake and they also have XXL size churros! Love it so much. If youre having low caffeine tolerance you can try this RM8 Hazelnut Milk.

Koko cafe is locates right beside 90 Degree cafe. Both cafes share the same menu. This is the chocolate burnt cheesecake RM13. You can order this over the counter.

Lembing Restoran used to be very very crowded and their curry was really famous. Few year back they changed boss but the recipe and menu stays. However, the tastes is longer as good as last time but this place still crowded all the time.

Personally I like this type of wantan noodle. The noodle is crispy and stringy. Tauke used a lot lard to make it really flavorful. Char siew is good, wantan is fine. Price is affordable. Worth trying!

Easy to find parking, not crowded and affordable price. The pan mee here is really soft, the soup is clear, not oily but flavorful. I personally like to order with more crispy fu cok!

Looking for less crowded breakfast place? You definitely don’t want to miss this place. The boss is friendly, affordable price and you can order for large if you are big eater!

Famous for its messy looking of black sauce, lard and chicken floss thick sauce for the wonton mee. Teir man delivers the fresh handmade wantan noodle every morning! RM5.50 for a plate of small wantan mee, (RM6, M & RM6.50, L)

Restoran T & L opens at the morning, closes at the afternoon and reopen at night. Try the fish ball noodle located at next to the Char Kuey Teow (RM5.50), the handmade fish ball noodle (RM6) is awesome. If you looking for some sides, try the popiah and Chee Cheong fun(RM5) and ask for more sambal if you like it.

Lai Lai Restoran’s half boiled eggs are usually ready to served, therefore the eggs are slightly overcooked. Half boiled egg is RM1.30 each, RM1.30 for a set of kaya butter steam bread or toast. RM1.40 for Kopi O kosong.

This place is always crowded and it not easy to get any parking. Selling RM5.50 (Small) for curry,soup or dry noodle. I think I would recommend their roti bakar and half boiled eggs pair with Cham-C to start a new day!

Based in Kuantan, Pahang Nvr skipping breakfast and dinner 💙 because food is for soul

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