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Top restaurant recommendations from locals

Chinese Restaurant
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“It is well-known of its steamed grouper using own recipe. It is the best steamed fish, particularly due to its unique recipe using premium light soy sauce, topped with generous red onion. Be sure to sprinkle it with limes provided for sour taste.”
  • 4 locals recommend
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“Lido is a well known Foo Chow restaurant in Sitiawan. Delicacies including "Mee Sua" in red wine with red chicken, light and fluffy or "Chien", Taufu topped with crispy "Pee Hoo" and mee in thick brown sauce.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Bagel Shop
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“Worth to eat! Come Sitiawan must eat this Chinese cuisine "Gong Pian"! It fills full with onions! Nice! Yummy! ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Bagel Shop
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“The gong pia is made there and then and charcoal baked. Hot from the oven. And they are sold out the moment the are dug out from the charcoal ovens. Be sure to come early to avoid disappointment!”
  • 3 locals recommend
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“The new location allows Villa Seafood Restaurant to seat even more patrons, and this pork-free joint is perpetually drawing in the crowd; from lunch to dinner hours daily. Best part is, this is a pork free restaurant so it’s quite friendly to all racial groups. Seafood is a MUST try in Sitiawan.”
  • 1 local recommends
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“It is another well-known of its steamed grouper using own recipe. It is the best steamed fish, particularly due to its unique recipe using premium light soy sauce, topped with generous red onion. Be sure to sprinkle it with limes provided for sour taste. No regret to go for this restaurant.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“Nice vegetarian restaurant. Tasty foods. Serving Western food and also Chinese cuisine. Also serving variety of local style noodles like mee curry and Tomyam noodle.”
  • 1 local recommends
Coffee Shop
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“Very good multi layer peanut PAU. Come early before it's all gone! Book before service starts at about 3.30pm.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“Beside the road, very near to a Hindu temple, good to taste~ 开在印度庙前的cendol 档,好吃解暑~”
  • 4 locals recommend
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“If you are a fan of fish-oriented dishes, fish head noodles should be one of your must-have gastronomic checklists. With a hearty combination of slurpy milky broth derived from evaporated milk, sliced tomatoes, preserved vegetables, spring onions, fried shallots, vermicelli and fried fish head chunks, this popular Malaysian-Chinese cuisine are one satisfying meal to die for in Sitiawan during breakfast till lunch.”
  • 1 local recommends
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“Get all you need for your stay with us at the Aeon Mall. One stop to get it all! ”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“Should be no stranger for most locals, simple and casual dining where you can work your hands dirty, slurping noisily and all that with fresh seafood splatters. But it is no illusion because overall the seafood was indeed very fresh, some with flesh that’s so sweet, that you can just steam it and eat it with some spicy sauce by the side. ”
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“Halal Cuisine. The only thing that can be said is that local people, especially in Sitiawan, Seri Manjung and Lumut area, will enjoy the delicious Pak Tam roti canai or better known as the canai bread at the edge of the river due to the location of the stall located at the edge of the Sitiawan river mouth in Kampung Sitiawan. Warung located at the mouth of the river is always filled with customers especially on Sundays and school holidays. Pak Tam's shopkeepers are not only among the Malay customers but also many Chinese and Indian customers also have breakfast here. This only serves during breakfast.”
  • 1 local recommends
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  • 2 locals recommend