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Malayali Cuisine – Kerala Curry House




This little restaurant is practically run by Mr. Ravi and his wife. The restaurant is named Kerala simply because his wife comes from this state in India. Since Kerala is populated by Malayali people their cuisine are based on that.

When my working base was in Port Klang many many years back I frequent this restaurant regularly even for tea breaks. Unfortunately I left Port Klang and so did many other companies to a more vibrant town such as Klang and Shah Alam.

Subsequently they lost many customers and now barely break even. After being away for a long time my former school mates and I made a special trip for lunch here. This English speaking couple kept their spirit up and maintaining the quality of the food that they served. We had a wonderful and tasty lunch.

If you are in Port Klang please go and visit this humble couple in their little restaurant. Taste their food and enjoy them completely.

Kerala Curry House

No. 81, Lebuh Berangan,

42000 Port Klang,



Street Food – Pandamaran Food Stalls



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The complete stretch of Jalan Pandamaran is flank by food stalls on both sides of the road selling all sorts of local food from Chinese, Indian to Malay origin. These stalls are opened  breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper.

For breakfast and lunch the most popular stalls are the ones selling Bak Kut Teh, Wan Tan Mee, Chicken Rice, Carrot Cake, Yong Tau Foo and Chee Cheong Fun to name a few.

As for dinner and supper the crowds are found in stalls selling Economy Mee, Satay, Lobak, Fried Lala and Prawn Mee.

The customers here are mainly locals and the overall the food is quite good.

Pandamaran Food Stalls

Jalan Pandamaran,

42000 Port Klang,


Kari Kepala Ikan – Gerai Rasa Utara Kak Chik


A hidden gem. This food stalls are under the local town council management and is situated directly behind the Crystal Crown Hotel in Port Klang. It has been here for ages already and the food still taste great when I was here recently. The only changes was the pricing which has gone up. Just the curry fish head, a plate of stir fried vegetables and 2 drinks cost RM45.00

The also have a good selection of Nasi Campur.

Gerai Rasa Utara Kak Chik

217, Persiaran Raja Muda Musa,

42000 Port Klang,


Seafood – Restoran Perlama Seafood


If you have not been here before you will have difficulties searching for this restaurant.  Sunset with some seafood escaping the hustle and bustle of the city. A great environment for diners.

Their Signature dishes are Seafood Congee, Assam Fish, Salted Egg Mantis Prawn or Prawns, baked Crabs and Steamed Clams.

The food here is something that we can recommend to others but lately the prices has gone up beyond beyond reasonable.

Perlama Seafood Restaurant

No. 6, Jalan Tangki,

Off Jln Kem,

42000 Port Klang


Kopitam -Sin Kok Thye Coffee Shop




Hainanese cuisine served at this charming coffee shop Sin Kok Thye is loosely translated to New Cathay.

The western food is pretty good especially the chicken chop. The coffee and tea you get will be a robust brew with a bitter aftertaste.


23, Jalan Kem,

42000 Port Klang,


Bak Kut Teh – Restaurant Siong Huat


Youtiao, also known as the Chinese cruller, Chinese oil stick, Chinese doughnut, Yaw Char Kway/Cakwe/Kueh/Kuay, and fried breadstick, is a long golden-brown deep-fried strip of dough eaten in China and in other East and Southeast Asian cuisines. These are eaten while waiting for the main dishes.

The main dish with broth and dry version of bak kut teh


Side dishes mainly seafood and vegetables.

Restoran Siong Huat Bak Kut Teh is a mini steel structured warehouse built under a big tree-spacious with many ceiling fans to keep their customers cool and comfortable-a private covered car park and an open kitchen. A very clean environment for an eating place. The food here is generally very flavorful and lots of choices.

Restoran Siong Huat Bak Kut Teh

Jalan Tengku Badar,

Kawasan 13,

42000 Port Klang,


Ikan Bakar – Medan Muara Ikan Bakar Tanjung Harapan





How to Order: Malay style cooking

  • 1) Pick a plastic tray
  • 2) Choose your seafood from at least 7 types of fishes, flower crabs, prawns in different sizes, squids and more
  • 3) Line up at the counter and weigh your picks
  • 4) Choose on the method of cooking
  • 5) Get seated and wait to be served


Nasi Lemak Special with a fried egg, a sweetish Sambal Bawang (chili paste with onions) and the perfect accompaniment for the grilled fish; a dark-coloured sauce flavoured with tamarind juice, belacan (pungent shrimp paste), chopped raw onions and red chillies.

Medan Muara Ikan Bakar Tanjung Harapan (Halal)
Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin,
Kawasan 20, Bandar Sultan Sulaiman,
Pelabuhan Klang Utara,
42000 Port Klang,

Lontong – stall without a name




The typically Malaysian dishes that are eaten with lontong are sayur lodeh, which is a stew made with vegetables and coconut, and rendang, which is a meat and coconut spicy curry. So far this is the best lontong I have ever tasted in a stall run by pure Indonesians with no name located at the corner of a T-junction. Lontong here is served for breakfast only.

Lorong Cungah

Town Centre

Port klang