Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - PAHANG -

Cher­at­ing La­goon Seafood Restau­rant Lot 1/772, Pan­tai Cher­at­ing (next to Cher­at­ing Palm Re­sort), Balok.

Lo­cated along the sandy Cher­at­ing beach, this restau­rant serves the fresh­est seafood; the catch of the day, to be pre­cise. Come pre­pared for a culi­nary treat and tuck into steam­ing, lip-smack­ing dishes. It’s seafood galore and as an added bonus, din­ers have a spec­tac­u­lar view of the sea as they feast on the sump­tu­ous spread. Child friendly. Credit cards ac­cepted. Dis­abled friendly. Free park­ing.

Gerai Kak Mek Afi­dah C-1 (MDT), Lu­rah Se­man­tan, Temerloh (09 296 5602).

This stall by the river is just the place to come to for the fresh­est, tasti­est fresh­wa­ter fish. The food here is ex­cel­lent as can be seen from the fast emp­ty­ing food trays. There is so much to taste and savour. Give the gu­lai tem­poyak ikan patin a try.

Ha­lal. Daily, 11am–10pm. $

NEW Mail Ikan Bakar Perkam­pun­gan Tan­jung Lumpur, Jalan Tan­jung Lumpur, Kuan­tan.

Touted as the best ikan bakar in Kuan­tan, the de­crepit-look­ing sin­gle­storey wooden build­ing houses some pretty mean juicy deep-fried squid and won­der­fully spicy sam­bal grilled fish. Child friendly. Free park­ing. Daily, 6pm–12mid­night. $

Nara Seafood Restau­rant Lot 405, Teluk Baru, Kuan­tan.

If you love Thai food, then this is the place to visit. Make sure you try its sig­na­ture dish, ikan bakar and tom yam soup.

Daily, 6.30pm–3am. $

Pak Su Seafood Restau­rant 4/1417, Batu 6, Kg. Ba­ha­gia, Be­serah, Kuan­tan (09 544 8025/019 987 8403/www.paksu–

If you’re a mas­sive seafood lover then make sure you stop at this restau­rant. Must-tries in­clude stuffed crab, clay pot pep­per crab, cheese lob­ster and but­tered tiger prawns. Pork-free. Ha­lal. Child friendly. Credit cards ac­cepted. Free park­ing. Daily, 11.30am–2.30pm; 5.30pm– 12mid­night. $$

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