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Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - PAHANG -

NEW Hi­jau Restau­rant Kam­pung Air Batang, Pu­lau Tioman (09 419 1329).

Set on a hill­side, Hi­jau (mean­ing ‘green’ in Malay) Restau­rant serves up tasty In­dian, Chi­nese and Western dishes at an af­ford­able price. The prawn tan­dooris are worth a try, and veg­e­tar­ian dishes are also avail­able.

Daily, break­fast and din­ner. $$

Nazri’s Place Kam­pung Air Batang, Pu­lau Tioman (09 419 1329/016 362 3120).

This restau­rant is nes­tled be­tween sway­ing palm and co­conut trees in lush green sur­round­ings. Din­ers can choose from a wide se­lec­tion of Malaysian and Western dishes or opt for the bar­be­cue, all served in a serene and laid­back at­mos­phere.

Ha­lal.

Sun­rise Dive Cen­tre Break­fast Café Sun­rise Dive Cen­tre, Juara Vil­lage, Pu­lau Tioman (09 419 3102/www. sun­rise­di­ve­cen­tre.com).

The per­fect place for div­ing en­thu­si­asts as it pro­vides a hearty break­fast spread. Tea, cof­fee, and home­made yo­ghurt are avail­able along with fresh bread and cheese. For lunch and din­ner, lo­cal fare is served and you can have your pick of Malay fish curry, Chi­nese sweet and sour chicken, or In­dian roti canai.

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