South East Asian

Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - PAHANG -

NEW Mandi–Mandi Restau­rant Ja­paMala Re­sort, Kam­pung Lant­ing, Pu­lau Tioman (09 419 7777/www. japa­malare­sorts.com).

Imag­ine a din­ner un­der the vel­vet blue sky and the sound of waves as back­ground mu­sic: a restau­rant on stilts serv­ing su­per fresh seafood is def­i­nitely a great idea. Built about a hun­dred me­tres from shore, Ja­paMala’s pic­turesque restau­rant is open for lunch and din­ner, of­fer­ing nightly bar­be­cues and South­east Asian-style cook­ing.

Credit cards ac­cepted. Daily, 12noon– 3pm; 6.30pm–9pm. $$$

NEW Tamarind Ter­race Ja­paMala Re­sort, Kam­pung Lant­ing, Pu­lau Tioman (09 419 7777/www. japa­malare­sorts.com).

Sis­ter restau­rant to KL’s Tamarind Hill and Tamarind Springs, the gor­geous Tamarind Ter­race spe­cialises in Thai, Indo-Chi­nese, and Malay cui­sine. Take your time and en­joy your meal sur­rounded by rain­forests and the sea.

Pork-free. Credit cards ac­cepted. Daily, break­fast, lunch and din­ner. $$$

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