Food Street Teluk Nipah
Restaurant / Food Stall At Teluk Nipah
Jalan Pasir Bagok beside Teluk Nipah Beach is one tourist spot popular with the beautiful beach view and local food stalls or restaurants. The majority of the restaurants or food stalls here is serving Malay Cuisine with local cooking style. Pangkor Island is popular with the fishing industry, we are able to get fresh and tastefully seafood in this food street with different types of Malay and Malay Thai cooking styles.
Malay cuisine is the traditional food of the ethnic Malays in Malaysia. The main characteristic of traditional Malay cuisine is the generous use of spices. Coconut milk is also important in giving Malay dishes their rich, creamy character. The other foundation is belacan (prawn paste), which is used as a base for sambal, a rich sauce or condiment made from belacan, chilli peppers, onions and garlic. Malay cooking also makes plentiful use of lemongrass and galangal. Nearly every Malay meal is served with rice.
Popular foods at Teluk Nipah Foods Street such as Fried Rice, Fried Noodles, Fried Squid, Seafood Tomyam, Stir-Fried Crab with Soy Sauce, Grilled Fish (Ikan Bakar), Grilled Meat, Vege Balacan, Spices Fish, Curry Fish / Fish Head, Steam Fish, Rojak Ketam (crab salad), Lempeng Pisang (grilled banana). Burger etc.
Restaurants / Food Stalls in Teluk Nipah
- Restoran Meni Aini (Stall No 3)
- Lempeng Pisang Warisan Pangkor
- Warung Che Wan Ani
- Seafood Senang Hati
- Mijuen (Thai Foods Project)
- Warung Manshor
- Rojak Ketam Anak Mame Pulau Pangkor
- Kedai Makan Makcik Chah
- Mamah Seafood
- Nipah Food Stall
- Kedai Makanan dan Minuman Liasari