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Where and What to Eat in Port Dickson

Be it a quick weekend getaway or a long-awaited tropical holiday, when you’re on vacation one of the most important things to do is to sample the local cuisine. Fortunately, Port Dickson has a fairly versatile selection of dining out and visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining options. To top it all off, the town has a lot of street vendors selling Malaysian delicacies and tasty tidbits along the beach at all times. Over the years PD has become well known for its wide selection of Chinese restaurants.

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Lukut

Malaysians have been known to go to great lengths to sample great fare. Over the years Lukut has become well known for its culinary choices and folks often find that the seafood here is especially fresh.

Lucky Seafood Restaurant

While you are in Port Dickson you must try the lucky king bun at the Lucky Seafood Restaurant which is located alongside the trunk road heading to Lukut from Port Dickson. This bun has a creamy spicy chicken curry filling in the centre that is simply scrumptious.

  • Address: No 4366, Taman Aman, Jalan Besar
  • Cuisine: Chinese cuisine
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Mei Jing Chinese Seafood Restaurant

The Mei Jing restaurant in Lukut is perhaps its most popular eatery with the food touted to be the best in Port Dickson. Some of the dishes that visitors should try include salted egg yolk crabs, honey pork ribs and minced meat tofu.

  • Opening Hours: 11:30 - 01:00 everyday
  • Address: 3A, Pasar Lukut
  • Tel: (6016) 337 8832
  • Cuisine: Chinese cuisine

Tanjung Tuan

There are usually plenty of hawker stalls along the beach selling tasty Malaysian tidbits. Tanjung Tuan, like most of Port Dickson, has a wide selection of Chinese restaurants.

Sia Lee Seafood Restaurant

One of the best seafood restaurants in town, Sia Lee Seafood Restaurant certainly has the most extensive choices. With everything but the kitchen sink on the menu, Sia Lee is the predominantly popular choice of Tanjung Tuan visitors for a hale and hearty meal.

  • Address: No. 57, Jalan Orkid 1, Taman Orkid, Batu 9
  • Cuisine: Chinese cuisine

Teluk Kemang

When deciding what to eat in Teluk Kemang the most important thing to keep in mind is the fact that the most affordable and tasty food to be had in this area happens to be directly on the beach. Be sure to sample the ‘ikan bakar’ and lots more of the tasty seafood that this beach offers but if you’re feeling adventurous then try the flavorsome Nyonya food at Nancy’s Kitchen. 

Glass

For visitors who wish to try an alternative to Chinese cuisine, Glass – located inside Thistle Port Dickson Resort – offers classic Italian fare as well as a full wine list. The restaurant overlooks the swimming pool and has a soothing atmosphere redolent of the ocean.

  • Opening Hours: Dinner only 19:00 - 23:00
  • Address: Thistle Port Dickson Resort, KM16 Jalan Pantai, Teluk Kemang, 71050 Si Rusa
  • Tel: (606) 648 2828
  • Cuisine: Classic Italian
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Nancy’s Kitchen

Even though it is a little far away from the beaches Nancy’s Kitchen is definitely worth covering the distance. Bustling with customers, Nancy’s Nyonya cuisine will take a while to get to your table but the food is great when it comes, especially the chicken candlenut, chinchaluk egg, belacan fried four-angled beans and nyonya popiah.

  • Address: No. 6, Jalan Hang Jebat
  • Cuisine: Classic Nyonya

Teluk Kemang Beach

The best cuisine to sample while in Teluk Kemang is on the beach. Hawker stalls roast ‘ikan bakar’ – a piece of fish skillfully enveloped inside a banana leaf wrapping and then tastefully grill it to perfection over hot charcoals and you’ll find that this is a common sight along this beautiful beach. These hawker stalls also serve a variety of seafood such as clams and squid served with special sauces or simply deep-fried to a golden brown colour.

  • Address: Teluk Kemang Beach
  • Cuisine: Classic Malay
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