Discover Restaurants offering the best Chinese food in Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. Feast on seafood and relax on the stunning beaches of Port Dickson, just 90 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur.
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3 based on 35 reviews
We were having dinner at this restaurant by Dec 2016. The fish is fresh. They serve the dishes very fast. The price is cheap. Really a big value. Just located beside Wen Ying restaurant. Recommend to everyone.
3 based on 67 reviews
Dinner and Lunch were excellent.The staff member who took our order was extremely patient in explaining items on the menu, fluent in English and Malay,and very cheerful despite a full restaurant on Dawali.The food arrived quickly well cooked and presented.A delightful experience for the family group with ages ranging from 82 to 4.Well worth a visit when in the area.
3 based on 56 reviews
Drove out 15mins from Lexis Hibiscus to try this chinese seafood restaurant (non-aircon)Ordered Chilli Crab, Sambal veg, pork ribs, tofu and eggs.. taste was palatable to my family that we finished cleanly the food.Pricing was reasonable and would recommend it if you are in the area.
3 based on 53 reviews
Teppanyaki - no, not the Japanese teppanyaki, but local grill style.Our order:- grilled fish with three type of sauce placed on top, sambal, ginger paste and fried shallots/garlic. fresh and interesting sauces. good.- grilled squid. tender with lovely smoky taste. good.- stuffed crab. minced crab meat placed in shell. okay.- sliced fried tofu. this is more like tau kwa, the firmer drier type of tofu.- boneless roast duck, came with some tangy sourish sauce poured over it. good.- lala. fresh and the sauce it's cooked in is delicious.- vegetables. they only had beansprouts or four angled beans. we chose the latter, fresh and crunchy. good.- overall, a wonderful meal.Please take note:- use waze to get there. the signboard is not visible from the road. property is at a bend in the road.- eating and cooking area is sheltered, beside some village houses. - there's only one cooking style for each item. there were two other items on the menu which we didn't order: prawn and otak-otak.
We had dinner here in the past, quality of food were great, so a revisit...Upon arrival, we were told the restaurant was full, but we saw many empty tables. Further questioning led to the explanation that there was a waiting time of 20min for food to be served, which is very different to restaurant being full.Overall a pleasant dinning experience on a second visit.
3 based on 180 reviews
This is a relatively new place - opened less than a year ago. It is located at the PD Waterfront and is next to the MacDonalds outlet.
You guys just have to come.Food is great, scene is even better and priced accordingly!For couple, you may spilt the 1kg crab into two different style. We had salted and buttermilk. Highly recommended.We sat outdoor at about 630pm for the sea view and it's windy.
3 based on 315 reviews
My family and I had dinner here on a Saturday night. The shop was crowded and we were worried the food would take long. Fortunately we only waited a short while before the dishes started coming in. And within a short period all the food had arrived . The food was great, the squid we ordered was fresh . The Aunty taking our orders were friendly . The experience was so pleasant we decided to have lunch there on the following Monday .
4 based on 39 reviews
Was here after saw a few positive reviews. Well, not very disappointed. Yam ring was really good as recommended by others. The letdown was their signature crab. Nothing interesting at all. Fish was a bit overcooked which causes the meat to be rather rough. Generally service staffs were friendly.
4 based on 70 reviews
Service is fast, try dry and soup version and wine vinegar chicken and pig liver. Highly recommended soup BAk kut teh. The rest are so so standard. Very corner location.
4 based on 334 reviews
In Malaysia's rich food culture, many love eating buns and rich curry. But while it is common to take buns with chicken curry, not many have tried baking the curry inside the bun. Now with Chicken Curry Bun, food lovers can savour a unique taste sensation
Compared to Port Dickson, the small town of Lukut is not really in everyone's radar when it comes to tourism, although both are located in the same constituency. However, there is one reason, no.. it's actually two reason for you to stop by this sleepy town if you happen to be nearby or on your way to PD. The gigantic bun aptly named lucky king bun is one of the reason why. Well known among the locals but to everyone else, this is worth checking out. Among Malaysians, we love dipping the bread into the curry no matter big or small. The people at lucky decided to improvise the concept.â¾lucky king bun - instead of serving you bun and curry separately, they wrap the curry inside the XXXL sized bun.. so big that it could easily feed 4 or 5 person. 3 choices available - pork curry, chicken curry and yin yong (curry pork + dong po yuk). The latter is suitable to those who have small kids who don't like curry. The curry gravy is thick, aromatic and fragrant yet not too spicy.. evidently cooked for a long time. The dong po yuk on the other hand is just nice.. not great but should appeal to the children. â¾Seafood pot - now this IS the 2nd reason why I made it a point to stop by here. Imagine a claypot generously filled with myriad of seafood - tiger prawns, crab, clams, squids, fish slices and meat balls - in mild, milky and aromatic curry broth (reminiscent of Indonesian style curry) that is packed with the sweetness of the seafood. This dish is served together with a plate of rice vermicelli which soaks up the flavour of the soup. It's been a while since the last time I had something like this.. memorable! â¾The buns are extremely popular and sells like hot cakes! They were completely snapped up by the time we finished our meal. On with their busy days, they do not entertain small orders such as fried rice or noodle as according to them, they could not cope with the surge in crowds and orders. However, I still make it a point to stop here for lunch everytime before continuing my way to Port Dickson for holiday,, everytime.
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