Teluk Intan (Chinese: 安順) is a town in Hilir Perak, Perak, Malaysia. It is the district capital and largest town in Hilir Perak district and third largest town in the state of Perak with an estimated population of around 120,000, about half of Hilir Perak district’s total population (232,900). The small town is not just having loads of good food but they are really at the affordable price.

And my hubby is originated from Teluk Intan and I am able to get some of the tips from in laws and local where to eat in the town. We have consolidate some best of the best of the town.


Located at the main road of the town itself, Restaurant Nasi Kandar Krishnan is a place to visit for a nice Indian Delights. The restaurant opened as early as 10 am in the morning and they will close around 2-3 pm in the afternoon. Famed for their delicious nasi kandar, it is a must to visit when you are there.

Nasi Kandar Krishnan @ Changkat Jong
Along Changkat Jong Road


Wong Kok in Teluk Intan is one of the place to go for breakfast in the small city of Teluk Intan. The place famed for its wantan mee is always packed especially weekends. Being to the shop for many times, you will be assured of the delicious wan tan noodles and choices of yong tau fu there.

Kedai Makanan Wong Kok
Lorong Orkid 4, 36000 Teluk Intan, Perak


Qing Sui Wan is one of the local kopitiam in Teluk Intan. One of the items which I love here is the satay. The satay here is just fabulous with the juiciness of meat itself and the tender-ness of the meat. It is just good and lovely which is worth to try when you are visiting the coffeeshop.

Qing Sui Wan,
off Jalan Changkat Jong
Teluk Intan, Perak


Liew Kee Teluk Intan Chee Cheong Fun is one of teh famous chee cheung fan there, where this food is one of the MOST popular Chinese food in all of Teluk Intan. This stall is simply not the same as you can only ta pau or eats with standing.

No 725, Jalan Hill,
36000 Teluk Intan,
Perak, Malaysia
Telephone : 605-621 6884, 6012-508 8812 
Opens from 5.30pm until late night/next morning.
Closed on Sunday and Monday nights


This shop is selling simply Chinese Style Mee Rebus. The mee rebus here is very nice. The mee rebus here is a bit a like like the Indian mee except the sauce is thicker. They served with crispy types of prawns. The prawns are mix with flour and other ingredient and being deep fried. The taste of it is simply amazing.

Kedai Makanan Ah Wah,
Jalan sungai Nibong,
Teluk Intan


One of the famous Mee Rebus stall is located in Teluk Intan where dear took me back to his hometown to try for that. The Mee Rebus shop had been opened a long time ago and it is said to have a few branches in the town. The food wise is simply nice.

3, Jalan Sultan Abdullah, Taman Ros
Teluk Intan, Perak 36000
Tel : 05-6226644


Recommended by many locals, the shaved ice comes amazingly good and it is thinly shaved and every mouthful is perfectly good. I love the texture of the shaved ice and it is one of the best we had.

Gluton Square Teluk Intan
Jalan Pasir Bedamar, Teluk Intan, 36000


From stall to a shop, Shake Shake ice is what hubby had durings his childhood. Shake Shake ice is alike sorbet to me where it is served with the scoop of icy sensation especially on sunny hot day. Comes with variety of flavours from the red beans, mango, passion fruit to name a few.

The Signatures is their red bean and aslo their durian. The red bean (RM 4.00) comes with the fresh appetizing blend of red beans. Refreshing! As for the durian flavours, it comes pretty creamy and filled with the caramelized D24 durian taste.

Shake Shake Ice
Jalan Sultan Abdullah
Teluk Intan



  1. Ashlee says

    Hi there, love your list and I like you to try my mum’s wan tan mee. She is the 2nd generation whereby she took over from granddad. She is planning for retirement in 2 years time and I thought you should try it. You should try the noodle with Kai kiuk, curry chicken and prawn wantan. For me, that’s the best combination.

    Her operates her stall at Restaurant Yuen Ting (same row with Anson Clinic/Loh Hon Ka/Hai Li Shell gas).
    Hours: 7-11AM.

    Thank you and Happy New Year!

  2. says

    OMG! My father is from Teluk Intan and that Chee Cheong Fun!!! I’m so happy someone finally made this! There is so much good food in Teluk Anson as we call it. I’m glad there is a guide now! 😀

  3. says

    I have been to Teluk Intan quite a number of times but I have only tried Liew Kee Teluk Intan Chee Cheong Fun. Didn’t know the other food stalls are famous too. Will definitely pay a visit on my next trip there.

  4. Emily says

    These are some of the eateries that I frequent whenever I am in Teluk Intan. It has been quite a while since I was there and had the time to makan-makan.

  5. Peter Ong says

    Thanks for the post, but may I add these gems to your list:

    (1) Chu Bi Pui (glutinous rice) served with char siew or prawn curry at Jalan Maharani near the market. If you want the best, you have to go before 6.30 am.

    (2) Yong Tau Foo Mee with sweet and spicy sauce also at Jalan Maharani.

    (3) Soya Bean Drink (especially with gula melaka) and Tau Fu Fa also at Jalan Maharani.

    (4) Ah Chai Rojak at intersection between Jalan Putra and Jalan Woo Saik Hong.

    (5) Nasi Kandar at Gulam Rasul, Jalan Changkat Jong.

  6. Sangkirthana says

    Hi, This is nice warp-up, but u miss something. There is a shop call Hawaii which very famous for its ABC. Which should miss by any one who visit Teluk Intan.

  7. Sangkirthana says

    Hi, This is very nice warp-up about Teluk Intan, but u miss something. There is a shop call Hawaii which very famous for its ABC. Which shouldn’t miss by any one who visit Teluk Intan.

  8. Betty Liew says

    I heard teluk Intan has a lot of food to explore and eat. I have when there twice and a small place to me but have nice food to eat.

  9. Aliza Sara says

    Looking at all these photos are definitely making me feel hungry at this time of the day. haha. I guess i’ll be hunting for food this weekend. :p

  10. says

    Simple good food at it’s best. I’ll be visiting soon, so your list came just in time! I always see counterfeit -as my friends have told me- Teluk Intan gee cheong fun around in KL, so I’m pretty pumped to try the original. Thanks for the list!

  11. ARISA says

    Great recommendation for those who are on a budget makan hunt! Haven’t been to that area before, shall use this as a guide.

  12. colin says

    Should also try star view restaurant at taman ros.one of the best curry mee and the coffee serve is great

  13. lina says

    i think u forgotten the most famous nasi kandar and one of the pioneer in Teluk Intan, Restaurant M.Gulan Rasul

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