Sekinchan (Chinese: 適耕莊; Jyutping: sik1 kang1 cong1) is a small town located in Sabak Bernam, Selangor, Malaysia. It is located along the coastal Federal Route 5.
Restaurants in Sekinchan
4 based on 13 reviews
A must go. Food is cheap and method of preparation is different from bigger restaurants. The fish and vegetables are fresh and freshly cooked.
3 based on 10 reviews
We came with big appetite n hopes as Sekinchan had been so much promoted and said. However the food came with quite a disappointment. The taste was acceptable but nothing to shout about. We ordered salted baked crab. It was quite salty and no meat in side . N we had to pay rm46 for 2 crabs!
Overall we won't back this place again for the quality and price we had to pay as there are many other shops around we can try on.
4 based on 12 reviews
Not very special. Offer seafood but taste not fantastic nor authentic. Similar types of seafood can easily get anywhere near the port or in fishing village. Not very impressive. The price also was not very cheap. Market price..
The waitress recommended us some prawn, baby octopus and shark meat soup. I would say their so called "chef recommendation" is really "so so only".
3 based on 29 reviews
Sekinchan are famous for its Rice Field scenery, Redang Beach with the hawker stalls and the Temple Wishing Tree, Padi Museum and Seafood. Ah Ma house is located in the middle of the Rice Field complimenting the many Sekinchan Attraction. Selling local freshly made Biscuit and items...bicycle rental and Antique Car Ride Rental...however it is the surrounding rice field scenery thats contributing the beautiful surrounding of Ah Ma Bakery making it a must stop attraction and also a shopping stop.
3.5 based on 15 reviews
We are taking a short break and came to know this restaurant serving good seafood. This restaurant really won't let you down. Everything is so fresh especially the homemade fishball was so tasty. The seafood was mostly steamed which brings out the freshness. Best tasted seafood ever and the price was reasonable. Highly recommended for the food but don't expect much on the environment as it has it own style.
3.5 based on 8 reviews
Hot and spicy shark porridge is a specialty of this fishing town restaurant together with other well-known dishes like fried crab beehoon and pomfrey. Other classic dishes like "Buddha jumps over the wall" & sweet & sour dishes are also readily available.
4 based on 4 reviews
Headed to this restaurant as other restaurants ran out of mud crab. Tried Loong Hua and Wan Lau the day before.Cheap and very tasty
We were lucky to be served with fleshy tasty crab (with lots of eggs too).We asked for the salted egg version.Also ordered buttered mantis prawn.It was so yummylicious.
Their mix vege was equally good with lots of mushrooms,small prawns and etc.Sizzling tofu was not bad at all.All these plus coconut and sugar cane came up to around RM100 only.Very cheap and tasty food.No bad comments
Will definitely return
3 based on 1 reviews
4 based on 7 reviews
the restaurant is cladded with glazed wall tiles with beautiful chinese calligraphy. The seafood is tasty especially ordering shark fish porridge with buahlonglong fruit ice blend is a must. There would be hawker touting for prawn cracker, jambu and white sweet corn. The price of fruits are reasonable and fresh, though not the cheaper. There are mini stalls at neighbouring coffee shops selling mini tart $10 for 10 pieces. The fillings are coconuts and egg tarts. The taste is good but the fillings are half filled.
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