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Hoi Yin’s legend whispers in their curry laksa, a symphony of fragrant broth, plump cockles, and silky noodles. Each sip is a love song to Kuantan’s heritage, a taste that lingers long after the last drop.

But the melody doesn’t stop there. Mee curry and mee sup join the chorus, their noodles basking in rich sauces and singing with savory notes. Whether you crave a creamy embrace or a spicy kick, Hoi Yin’s menu has a song for your taste buds.

And don’t forget the breakfast chorus! Dim sum and steaming buns rise to greet the morning, their fluffy voices promising a delightful start to your day.

Hoi Yin isn’t just about the food, it’s an experience. Friendly smiles and warm greetings weave a tapestry of comfort, making you feel like part of the family. The atmosphere hums with the chatter of locals and the clinking of spoons, a vibrant rhythm that draws you in and keeps you coming back for more.

So, come hungry, leave happy. Find your noodle nirvana at Restoran Hoi Yin, a Kuantan gem where flavors sing and memories dance in every bite!

Specials: Curry Laksa, Mee Curry, Mee Sup, Mee Kicap

Come savor the symphony of flavors! Restoran Hoi Yin awaits.

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  • leong kok loong
    leong kok loong
    2 months ago

    Can’t really find a good bowl of very clean (not in a bad way) tasting curry noodles In KLMost curry noodles in KL are either cooked with too much coconut milk (santan) or tasteless or unable to taste any curry.This on the other hand balances all of the above.Overall very very good bowl of curry noodles. Do also order a portion of curry tau pok.

  • Timothy Low
    Timothy Low
    2 months ago

    Just before arriving at Teluk Cempedak, you’ll not miss Restoran Hoi Yin, standing as a beacon for early risers seeking a delectable start to their day. This cosy eatery may not boast grandeur in size, but it compensates with an abundance of warmth and a symphony of flavors that resonate with the soul of Malaysia.As the morning starts, people start flocking to this culinary haven, eager to indulge in its famed offering—a bowl of spicy curry laksa that awakens the senses. The broth, a harmonious blend of spices, is neither too thick nor too thin, striking a perfect balance that leaves taste buds yearning for more. Accompanied by succulent seeds ham (cockles) and spongy taufu pok, each spoonful is a testament to the restaurant’s unwavering commitment to quality.The allure of Restoran Hoi Yin extends beyond its food. The owners, with their genuine smiles and heartfelt apologies amidst the breakfast rush, embody the spirit of Malaysian hospitality. It’s a place where diversity thrives, reflected in the mosaic of diners from all walks of life—united under the roof of this humble establishment.As the inside of the shop may be a little warm, many choose to dine al fresco, basking in the gentle morning breeze. It’s a setting where the vibrancy of the town and the serenity of nature coalesce, offering a moment of tranquility before the day unfolds.In essence, Restoran Hoi Yin is more than just a stop for breakfast; it’s a celebration of Malaysian culture, served one bowl at a time. For those who have yet to experience its charm, a visit is not just recommended—it’s essential.

  • Anita
    a month ago

    Excellent restaurant that serves delicious kari to mee (curry noodles). The decor is basic and it’s clear that people are there for the famous noodles. The portion is relatively smaller compared to the city, but the taste was 10/10. Noodles were springy and fresh served with tofu and a variety of shredded chicken breast, and fish balls. Would definitely go back there again.

  • D S
    D S
    a month ago

    Came here to have breakfast, they only serve 3 items, mee kari, mee kicap (dry)l and mee sup. They are known for the curry noodles. The taste is not bad. I ordered bee hoon but the bee hoon was a bit powdery and felt like it was the end bits. The yellow noodle curry was ok. Do come early as it might get busy. Street parking available. You can choose normal curry noodles or add cockles , Regular :RM 7 With cockles :RM 8 (Price during visit in 2024) The cockles amount is very little, maybe 4-5 tiny cockles only, but overall the taste of the curry noodle is ok.

  • Darren Ho
    Darren Ho
    a month ago

    Mee kari with kerang was so so, personally prefer the soup to be more "gao", but you will probably enjoy if you prefer a lighter, cleaner taste. Milo also quite diluted, not like in KL. More like SG versionCame out pretty quickly, a few minutes after I sat down, which is goodPortion and price is reasonable. Nice place to come after walking around the area. Probably won't come back specifically to eat this again though

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  • Tuesday 07:00 AM - 02:00 PM
  • Wednesday 07:00 AM - 02:00 PM
  • Thursday 07:00 AM - 02:00 PM
  • Friday 07:00 AM - 02:00 PM
  • Saturday 07:00 AM - 02:00 PM
  • Sunday 07:00 AM - 02:00 PM