South­east Asian

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


Four Sea­sons Restau­rant

5670 B/2 & B/3 Jalan Sri Ce­mer­lang, Kota Bharu (09 743 6666/www. foursea­son­srestau­

Four Sea­sons Restau­rant has been fea­tured on na­tional tele­vi­sion and it’s easy to see why. Set in pleas­ant sur­round­ings, the restau­rant is fa­mous for its au­then­tic ha­lal Chi­nese and Thai dishes. You wouldn’t want to miss the spicy tom yam and juicy but­ter prawns. Serv­ings come in big por­tions, so hearty eaters can hap­pily tuck in. Do make reser­va­tions in ad­vance for this Chi­nese restau­rant, or come on Fri­days when it’s some­what less crowded. Ha­lal. Child friendly. Credit cards ac­cepted. Dis­abled friendly. Daily, 12noon–2pm, 6pm–10pm. $$$


Sri Chi­ang­mai Restau­rant

Lot 327-329, Jalan Sri Ce­mer­lang, Kota Bharu (09 741 8328).

You don’t have to go to Thai­land’s north­ern­most reaches of Chi­ang Mai to sam­ple au­then­tic Thai food. In­stead, Sri Chi­ang­mai Restau­rant has a wide range of mouth-wa­ter­ing dishes, cat­e­gorised for easy se­lec­tion. Red tom yam and Thai-style seafood dishes are some of the must-try of­fer­ings on the set menu. Ha­lal. Child friendly. Credit cards ac­cepted. Dis­abled friendly. Sun–Fri, 12noon–2.30pm, 6pm–10pm. Sat, 6pm–10pm. $$$

NEW Chim Chum Food Vil­lage Restau­rant

1184 Kam­pung Baung, Pengkalan Chepa, Kota Bharu (017 923 9448/www.face­ FoodVil­lageRes­tau­rant).

Serv­ing up a mix of lo­cal and Thai dishes, Chim Chum Food Vil­lage is one of the most popular steam­boat buf­fet spots in town. The cooks here use Thai-style cook­ing trays – per­fo­rated over­turned tin pots for grilling meats in the mid­dle and vegetables on the side. Ha­lal. Free park­ing. Child friendly. Dis­abled friendly. Credit cards ac­cepted. Daily, 5pm–1am. $$

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