Mee Celup is a noodle dish from Kelantan. Here, Kak Mah serves delicious beef noodles that is bursting with flavours - a warm bowl of springy egg noodles in wholesome beef stock served with tenderly braised beef chunks, meatballs and a poached egg, finally, sprinkled with some deep-fried onions, indeed a hearty meal anyone could ever ask for. The regulars love pairing this piping hot noodles with a mug of cooling goodness. Another signature of Kak Mah is their cincau (grass jelly) beverage that comes with yam, pandan (screwpine), Bandung and corn flavours.
A signature restaurant not only in Kelantan but also a proud landmark in Tanah Merah. Only in Tepi Sungai, you’ll find more than 50 dishes to go with the famous Nasi Kerabu. Not only the endless savoury dishes, but you are also in for a sweet treat - their homemade dessert. Their ondeh-ondeh is a must-try. Take a bite in the aromatic pandan glutinous rice balls coated with grated coconut and be pleased by the rich gula melaka fillings that bursting with flavours. Durian sticky rice is not to be missed during the Durian season!
Literally means Puan Amina’s Colek Stall, this humble stall offers more than 10 types of preserved and fresh cut fruits - a super delicious thirst-quencher for our Malaysia climate. Be greeted by the friendly Kelantanese Malay lady boss and pick your choice of fruits sprinkled with their secret mixture of asam boi and dried chili powder, what a perfect afternoon local treat!
Located within 2KM from Humaira Hotel, it is well known amongst the locals in Tanah Merah. The LMS Thai Chinese Restaurant is famous for their Thai-infused Chinese cuisine prepared by a Thai Chef. Their menu is affordably priced, you must try their Kung Po Deep Fried Mantis and Steamed Garoupa with Chili and Lime!
When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Join the locals by sharing their favourite breakfast - Nasi Kerabu and a glass of hot milk tea. Mornings in Kak Zan‘s are lively and you’ll hear conversations from local politics enthusiasts, hearty laughters and daily stories spoken by the well-mannered community of Tanah Merah.