Extracted from Flavours Magazine (Dec 2002-Feb 2003)

SEAFOOD
Medan Ikan Bakar Umbai/Pernu. Opens daily 5.30p, to midnight.
From town, take the road from Ujong Pasir to Padang Temu. At the end of Padang Temu, turn right and follow the road for the next few kilometres. There is a big signboard just before the turning into the jetty (turn right in front of Esso petrol kiosk). This place consists of a row of shops located next to the jetty to Pulau Besar. Choose any one that catches your fancy. Make your selectin from various kinds of local fish, shellfish, crab, squid and prawn and decide how you want them cooked - apart from shellfish that is fried with chili paste, most seafood and simply grilled over open charcoal. Grilled otak-otak and nasi lemak is alse available here.

1. Crab wok baked in salt
2. 2hell fish fried with chili

Tai Sum Yun, Jalan Bukit Cina. Opens 5pm-2am daily
A favourite Chinese seafood spot among the local. Famous for its crab dishes, the various styles such as black pepper, kum hiong (black soy sauce and dried chili), salt baked, dry curry or sweet and sour.

Restaurant Lu Yeh Yen, Jalan Bunga Raya
Just a short walk from the Renaissance hotel, you won't miss the stricking reed and yellow temple facade. Crab dishes is popular here.


LOCAL KUIH

1. Malay Kuih
2. Kuih Lapis
3. Putu piring

Warung Kuih Kampung, 202, Jalan Ujong Pasir, (opposite the Police HQ), Opens daily at 3.30-7.30pm.
You can get a variety of kuih and dishes (more than 30) from binka to kuih koci to ondeh-ondeh, popiah, nasi lemak bungkus, nasi kunyik, kway teow goring, kuih keria and more.

Warung Kuih Keria Haji Jalil (small stall in Limbongan).
Opens 2-6pm. Closes on Fridays.
The plump and luscious kuih keria, a local dough nut made of potato and flour that is deep fried and punged in hot melted palm sugar for a caramelized effect is especially good here. You can also try out the kuih rengas, fried bananas and fried sweet potatoes.

Putu Piring
252, Jalan Tenkera (next to the Sports Toto shop). Opens 7.30-11pm. Closes on Sundays
The putu piring here is absolutely the best. White as cotton and just as fluffy, this Sri Lankan desert is made of rice flour, grated coconut and palm sugar.

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