Old Food Spots in Pontian That Serve Traditionally Delicious Food



When you hear the place Pontian, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Wanton noodles (if you happen to be a food lover who thinks about food all the time *winks*). I know right! Pontian wanton noodles is probably our all time favorite Pontian dish. Where to find the best wanton noodles? At the ancient eateries! And yup, we will hunt these old food spots and taste the succulent dishes they offer!

1. Wanton Mee at Sin Kee (8383 Coffee Shop)


Image Credit: Sin Kee / Facebook page

Situated inside the popular 8383 Coffee Shop along Jalan Johor, Sin Kee offers tangy, spicy, and sweet Pontian wanton mee. Their egg noodles is being served with various types of sauces. You can have your noodles with red sauce, perfect blend of tomato ketchup and chili sauce that brings tangy and spicy taste, or the black sauce, sweet with lard flavor. Or you can have the black pepper sauce, such a sweet sauce with a peppery taste! Enjoy this yummy dish by eating it in traditional way – slurping the noodles! Slurp slurp chomp chomp.

[wp-svg-icons icon=”location-2″ wrap=”i”] No. 245 BT 36 Jalan Johor 82000 Pontian, Johor

[wp-svg-icons icon=”clock” wrap=”i”] 10:00am to 5:45pm (Closed on Thursday)

2. Kurau Seafood Snacks


Can’t get enough of seafood? You shouldn’t miss the succulent seafood dishes offered by Kurau! Try various seafood dishes that are fresh and delicious! You can have prawn mee, freshly cooked fish and shrimp, and more!

[wp-svg-icons icon=”location-2″ wrap=”i”] No.478 End of Lorong Sepakat (Pt Mesjid), 82000 Pontian Besar, Johor

[wp-svg-icons icon=”clock” wrap=”i”] Tues-Sunday 8:30am – 4:30pm (Closed on Mondays

3. Pontian Baba Nyonya Recipe


Image Credit: Pontian Baba Nyonya Recipe / Facebook page

You thought you can only eat nyonya dishes at Melaka? You can also taste appetizing nyonya dishes without leaving Pontian! Pontian Baba Nyonya Recipe serves nyonya dishes and signature tofu meatloaf. You can also savor fresh seafood with spicy sauce.

[wp-svg-icons icon=”location-2″ wrap=”i”] 3-G,jalan delima 4,pusat perdagangan, 82000 Pontian, Johor, Malaysia

[wp-svg-icons icon=”clock” wrap=”i”] Mon-Sat: 11:30 am – 9:30 pm

[wp-svg-icons icon=”phone” wrap=”i”] 07-688 3133 / 016-726 1119 / 0167971119 / 0127973133

4. Pontian Fish Market


The lorry loads of fishes that you’ll see at Pontian Fish Market will make you crave for seafood. This is a place where you can see different kind of sea creatures like stingray, eel, fishes, squid, prawn caught by the fishermen.

[wp-svg-icons icon=”location-2″ wrap=”i”] Off Jalan Pontian in the direction of Kukup

5. Coxn Cafe


Situated at Rimba Laut, Pontian, you can enjoy a breathtaking sea view while relaxing and enjoying their selection of both Western and local cuisine. Pizza, steak, salad, and luscious desserts… can you say no to these tempting food?

[wp-svg-icons icon=”location-2″ wrap=”i”] Lorong Yusof, Kampung Rimba Terjun, 82000 Pontian, Johor, Malaysia

[wp-svg-icons icon=”clock” wrap=”i”] Mon-Tue: 5:00 pm – 12:00 am / Thu-Sun: 5:00 pm – 12:00 am

[wp-svg-icons icon=”phone” wrap=”i”] +60 17-700 5720

6. Cendol


We cannot deny our love for cendol. Well, it’s just so irresistible, isn’t it? We’ve been savoring it since we were little kids up until now. And it didn’t fail to satisfy our taste buds. Though it has a lot of new twists now, you can still find authentic and delicious cendol in Pontian.

[wp-svg-icons icon=”location-2″ wrap=”i”] Jalan Cendol

7. Chai Huat Heng Bakery


Looking for souvenirs or giveaways for your family and friends? Get your freshly baked pastries at Chai Huat Heng Bakery! This bake shop has been around 100 years. Amazing, right? All the delights here are handmade. No wonder many local and Singaporean diners come here. Their traditional cakes and other pastries are really delectable. Don’t miss their Teochew wedding cake. You’ll surely fall in love with it!

[wp-svg-icons icon=”location-2″ wrap=”i”] 902, Jalan Bakek, Kampung Atap, 82000 Pontian, Johor, Malaysia

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