Their easy-going ambience will win you over, if not their German-influenced menu and intoxicating wines.
It is aptly labelled a seafood restaurant, given that it serves a range of fish, clams, prawns and lobsters.
Run by two elderly Lee sisters,this stall comes highly recommended for a bowl of curry mee.
This relatively hip café has a cool Australian vibe to it, thanks to the owners’ trips to Melbourne.
Serving contemporary Indian cuisine with a touch of authentic and elegant flavours.
When it comes to Hainanese dishes like curry kapitan and inchee kabin, these folks are the experts.
The short boat ride from Batu Musang jetty will take you closer to Pulau Aman's popular floating restaurant.
There are plenty of fine things to say about Lim Aik Chew and mostly, about its famed prawn curry.
If you fancy a seafood dinner minus the dent on your wallet, this restaurant is the place to go.
At One Corner Cafe, the illustrious Super Hokkien Mee triumphs over others with its spicy portion of Hokkien Mee.