Oriental Restaurant @ Fujairah

Somewhere tucked behind the side streets in Fujairah lies a little Singaporean restaurant. Friends from Malaysia/Singapore who have lived here for a long time raved about this place, saying that they used to drive all the way there just to have a feast. When G and I was due for our trip to the east coast, I knew we had to stop by here for lunch, no matter what πŸ˜‰

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Signage from the parking

So after we arrived in Fujairah I rang the restaurant, and probably after 5-6 phonecalls of on-the-phone guidance we finally found the place, haha. And I’m so happy we kept our patience.Β 

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How to get there

Food is cheap, and it is very, very, very, very good. I had the Hor Fun, just looking at the photo now makes me hungry. I don’t even know where else in Dubai can you get hor fun. Anybody knows? G Β had the fried rice, and we also ordered kangkung which were both just perfect. With the interior and the taste, we felt like we were dining back home πŸ™‚

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Hor Fun, 18AED
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Interior, simple
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Nasi Goreng
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Malaysian Kangkung 18 AED

So if you’re heading to the East Coast, and you’re looking for good Singaporean/Malaysian food that is well-priced and absolutely delicious, make the effort and find this place πŸ™‚ I hope the little map above helps, and if not, give them a call, and please be patient because I can assure you it’s well worth it!! If only they have a branch here in Dubai!!!

Say hi to Pearlyn when you’re there πŸ˜€Β 

Credits goes to Paul Castle who wrote the article on Oriental RestaurantΒ here. I was reading this on my S3 whilst G was driving, telling him that we had to go here πŸ™‚


2 thoughts on “Oriental Restaurant @ Fujairah

  1. I’ll keep that place in mind! The food looks very nice, but I’m not sure I understand how to appreciate good Chinese food.For instance, the Chinese food at Din Tai Fung is supposed to be really good, but I only like the soup dumplings and find everything else too heavy:)

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    1. Haha, it’s an acquired taste ay I think… as we grew up having it. I’ve never been to Din Tai Fung, is there one in Dubai? Have heard about it…

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