Port Dickson, or PD for short, is a coastal district located in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. It remains to be one of the lesser known tourist destinations in the country for foreign tourists but is slowly gaining popularity because of its beautiful beaches.
While a Port Dickson hotel by the beach can offer you scrumptious delights every day, we give you 4 must-visit food havens in PD that serve good eats to both locals and travelers. If you’re planning to visit soon, don’t miss these food spots.
- Medan Selera Bandar Port Dickson Commonly known as PD’s Old Pasar Food Court, this buzzing food stop is a great place to have brunch. Try the Hainanese chicken rice dish. The serving portions may look small for the average foreign traveler but believe us, these small dishes are packed full of bright flavors. It is also a great place to people watch as locals dive into their noodle bowls and engage in light conversation.
- Lucky King Bun at Lukut, Port Dickson Lucky King Bun serves gigantic buns with curry inside. These giant buns are much loved by the locals. For tourists, these are quite interesting local delicacies. The small establishment offers four types of buns: herbal chicken, chicken curry, crab curry and their new Yin Yong flavor, which has two pork flavors inside—Dongpo pork and pork ribs curry.
- Kedai Makanan & Minuman Mian Jiu, Lukut, Port Dickson The establishment serves la zha mee, which means “dirty noodles” but the name was once meant to tell diner that their noodles come in various flavors. Today, it’s a famous local food joint for people who love noodle dishes. The fried noodles, which is a combination of noodles, pork and vegetable, is the most popular.
- Cendol Bakar Port Dickson Now this is a cool place to have dessert. Cendol is a traditional iced dessert and this establishment’s version is so popular that they have three outlets across Malaysia. Cendol Bakar offers six types of cendol and they’re quite inexpensive so you can sample as many as you like.
PD Is A Foodie Wonderland
PD offers food lovers a wide array of local delicacies to try—from small establishments all the way to beachside hotels—that will meet every foodie craving you might have. But if you want to see where the locals hang out and eat, do check out these places and get a taste of the local coastal life.
Sources: http://www.vkeong.com/lucky-king-bun-famous-chicken-pork-ribs-curry-bun-lukut-port-dickson/ http://www.hungrygowhere.my/dining-guide/best-of-malaysia/what-to-eat-port-dickson-*aid-f97a3101/