Chi­nese

Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - MALACCA & SURROUNDS -

Restoran Loon Sing PT2484, Kawasan Perindus­trian Ni­lai 2, Block D, Ni­lai (06 799 7787/ loon­s­ing.com.my).

This award-win­ning Chi­nese restau­rant is set to im­press its pa­trons with a lav­ish Chi­nese fine din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. The lux­u­ri­ous ban­quet

hall can ac­com­mo­date more than 3000 pa­trons. For an even more high-end ex­pe­ri­ence, there are also VIP rooms avail­able. Food here is as tra­di­tional as it comes and sig­na­ture dishes in­clude a mini Bud­dha Jumps Over the Wall and Yoshi­hama abalone. as well as an ex­ten­sive dim­sum menu Un­for­tu­nately, this is one of those places that per­sist in sell­ing shark fin soup. Child friendly. Credit cards ac­cepted. Free park­ing. Daily, 11am–2.30pm; 6pm–10.30pm. $$$$

Yit Hin Hainan Chicken Rice Jalan Pasar, Kam­pung Ba­hasa Ka­por, Port Dick­son.

This small stall may look like noth­ing spe­cial but the Hainanese chicken rice it serves is ex­tra­or­di­nary. It may have some­thing to do with the cook’s use of ayam kam­pung (free-range chicken) or it could be the sour, salty, spicy-sweet sauce that ac­com­pa­nies the chicken. What­ever it is, the chicken rice here is very popular and runs out pretty early in the day. Get here fast if you want a taste.

Wed–Mon, 10.30am–4.30pm.

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