local food

by Meg and Ken
(Japan)

During our stay, we enjoyed local food very much and we have never eaten at the restaurant in our hotel! I am not sure if you are interested in, but we recommend some restaurants which are very good and cheep.

They are "Guan Guan restaurant" in the Pangkor town close to the Maybank, and "TJ restaurant" in Nipah Bay. Guan Guan is a Chinese restaurant and sea-food is excellent. We ate fried squid, steamed prawn, noodle, and soup and all we love so much!
TJ is a sea-food restaurant, you can choose from "today's catch" in front of the restaurant ,there are many kind of fish, squid, prawn, stingray, etc on the ice and chef cooks them in front of you. But if you go there a little bit late, nothing left!

We did some diving around Pulau Sembilan which was fine. It was good fun too with a small group of people and nicely close to the coast.

If you have a chance to eat on the island , you will love them.
I have never failed to choose those food in any country I have traveled. In your website , Indian tea (chai) looks amazing! We are looking forward that your web site will update.


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