Tampin Food Guide: 7 Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Tampin

December 11, 2017 Alice Mieles

Discover the best restaurant in Tampin, Malaysia including PIT STOP Bistro, Kangli Yuan Restaurant, Eja's Hot Kitchen, Bao Chu Lok How Fook, Gitar Cafe, Restoran Ikan Bakar Simpang Ampat, Nasi Ayam Gemas Mustafah

1. PIT STOP Bistro

Jalan Melaka Pindah, Alor Gajah 78000, Malaysia Dinner +60 12-398 0652
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3.5 based on 4 reviews

PIT STOP Bistro

Reviewed By yingying1991 - Selangor, Malaysia

Everything is delicious and so cheap for western food. The staff are friendly and the service is fast.

2. Kangli Yuan Restaurant

No. 1083 Taman Woon, Tampin 73000, Malaysia Chinese 2 367 3432
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4 based on 2 reviews

Kangli Yuan Restaurant

Reviewed By D_Jekyll - Malaysia

Nestled within Taman woon & tucked away from the main road, Kangli Yuan Restaurant is a quiet little eatery popular with the locals. The service is definitely not top notch and can easily pass off as a tad snobbish & arrogant. But we were here for the food so we couldn't care less.
We ordered a claypot pork slices cooked in dried chili & salted fish, a potato leave vege fried with garlic & a stewed chicken feet in a spicy sauce. The vegetables were fresh and sweet. The chichken feet was tasty and packed a punch. The claypot pork was the least of our favourite as it lacked flavour and the meat was a bit over fried and dry. Overall a good lunch and price was reasonably cheap.

3. Eja's Hot Kitchen

Batu 16 1/2, Alor Gajah 78000, Malaysia +60 19-618 1955
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4 based on 2 reviews

Eja's Hot Kitchen

Reviewed By Razalinoor

This open concept restaurant really meet my style. I had the seafood aglio olio with the really cheap price.the seafood aglio olio was only cost RM 6.90.for the beverage, i tried to have the strawberry chocolate and it really nice.

4. Bao Chu Lok How Fook

Jalan Besar Pulau Sebang | No 3554,pearl park, Tampin 78000, Malaysia Southwestern, Asian, Thai, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Malaysian HK$24 +60 16-626 0181
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Bao Chu Lok How Fook

Chinese local food Thailand tom yam Western food All kind of local food

Reviewed By JayVine - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

A decent local style breakfast or brunch place.. Variety of yummy foods can be easily found here.. A spacious car park area save us a lots of hassle ..
Here always a must visit eatery when I came back hometown.. My favorite, the Hakka Lei cha & Hakka noodles..!! Once try u will sure back for second.. U gotta have a little patience.. Coz good foods worth waiting.. Highly recommended..!!

5. Gitar Cafe

Jalan Stadium, Tampin 73000, Malaysia French, Fast Food, European, Grill +60 19-675 8318
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3.5 based on 2 reviews

Gitar Cafe

Reviewed By Caspari H - Melaka, Malaysia

This place is located opposite the mini stadium in Tampin. It is a small food stall but not advisable to go during rain.Th food menu is limited but the food tate is good.

6. Restoran Ikan Bakar Simpang Ampat

Kampung Balik Mungkar, Alor Gajah 78000, Malaysia Lunch, Dinner +60 12-686 5963
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Restoran Ikan Bakar Simpang Ampat

Reviewed By Melissa Z - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

We were driving along the highway to Batu Gajah on our way to A Famosa Freeport Zone for some shopping. On the way back, we got hungry and decided to stop at this quaint restaurant located next to the Petronas gas station along a row of shop lots.
Mind you I have never been a fan of Asam Pedas. I decided what the heck, let's give this one a try. This very basic restaurant serves Ikan Bakar, Asam Pedas with various types of fish, 1 type of vegetable, local ulam and sambal belacan. That's it. So i picked my fish, half a plate of rice, stir fried cabbage, local ulam and sambal belacan. I was blown away! the Asam Pedas was sooo good we had seconds! Afterwards, a nice cold glass of iced tea to quench our thirst on that hot humid day.
Just across the road I spied some food trucks selling local malay kuih and my all time favourite kuih keria! i was ecstatic...we just had to buy a few types for tea time later :)

7. Nasi Ayam Gemas Mustafah

Perhentian Bas & Teksi Gemas, Gemas, Malaysia Lunch
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Nasi Ayam Gemas Mustafah

Reviewed By Iny S

If you happen to be or pass-by Gemas, you must try the best malay style chicken rice. Located at the Gemas Bus and Taxi Station, Nasi Ayam Gemas Mustafah goes way back in the 80 where it started as a muslim chinese food thus the chicken rice is a fusion between chinese and malay style.
The portion is generous and price is affordable.
A must try.

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