Cheap Eats

Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - KELANTAN & TERENGGANU -


Ke­bun Sul­tan Food Court

Jalan Ke­bun Sul­tan Town Cen­tre, Kota Bharu (09 746 1632). This bustling food court in the town cen­tre shouldn’t be dif­fi­cult to lo­cate. It of­fers a wide va­ri­ety of Chi­nese, Thai and lo­cal fare, so be pre­pared to be spoilt for choice. Some of the more popular stalls in­clude clay­pot chicken rice, kway teow, sa­tay and roti canai.

Child friendly. Daily, 6am–12mid­night. $

Restoran 69 Jalan Dato Pati, Kota Bharu.

Sug­ges­tive name aside, Restoran 69 is fa­mous for its nasi Su­ma­tra, also known as nasi Padang. What sets this apart from oth­ers is the spe­cial curry gravy that ac­com­pa­nies the rice, served on fra­grant ba­nana leaf. As it is lo­cated right in the town cen­tre, you won’t miss it, es­pe­cially not with its big blue sign­board.


Ko­pi­tiam Kedai Kopi White House 1329-L Jalan Sul­tanah Zainab, Kota Bharu (09 748 4119).

You won’t find many ko­pi­ti­ams in Ke­lan­tan so it’s not sur­pris­ing that lo­cals flock to this cof­fee shop with its much-loved break­fast dish of roti kah­win (toasted with a side of kaya and but­ter) and half-boiled eggs. Prepacked nasi lemak, nasi ker­abu and nasi da­gang are some par­tic­u­larly popular of­fer­ings. Ha­lal. Free park­ing. Child friendly. SunThur, 8am–12noon, 8pm–12mid­night. Closed on Fri­days. $

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