The other day when I was in Port Dickson (PD), I decided to settle my dinner together with my family there. At PD, there are several seafood restaurants. However, I still couldn’t find a restaurant serving impressive seafood in PD. To me, they are just average.
Hence, Yun Long Seafood Restaurant is easily sighted. It is located just in front of Hoon Leong Temple. Hoon Leong Temple is located along the 7th mile of the Port Dickson coastal road, just opposite the PD World Marina Resort. This Chinese temple, with its opulent architecture and imposing fortress walls, is hard to miss at left along the main road, if coming south towards Malacca from PD town. The temple name means ‘Dragon of the Clouds’, but it pays homage to several oriental deities, including Kuan Yi (goddess of mercy) and the Monkey King.
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Yun Long Seafood Restaurant is located in front of Hoon Leong Temple. Which is pretty visible at the roundabout.
It was quite vacant when we arrived there at about 6.30pm.
Japanese Tofu with Minced Pork – RM10
Hot Pot Seafood – RM60 (small)
Delicious and tasty soup base with hint of spiciness from dried chili. Filled with 1 whole crab, prawns, fish fillet, squids and some fried beancurd.
Hot Pot Seafood is to be eaten together with cooked vermicelli and bean sprout. Feel like I’m eating Laksa. So yummy!
Verdict : Reasonable price. Hot Pot Seafood is highly recommended. While the rest were just normal.
Yun Long Seafood Restaurant Batu 6, Hoon Leong Temple, Jalan Pantai, Teluk Kemang Sirusa, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan. Tel : 06-662 1032/31
18 thoughts on “Dinner @ Yun Long Seafood Restaurant, Hoon Leong Temple, PD”
Looks sooo yummy!! Feel like tasting the Hot Pot Seafood 🙂
Hi tammy. Do try it if you have a chance to drop by. While the rest…hhmm…. =p
will definately drop by soon just for the sake of the Soup!! Love the colour and the texture of the soup.
it’s raining now in KL. so some hot pot goodness would be, well, very good! 😀
Sean – Yeah…and ideal one! On rainy day, I would love to have something hot and soupy. 😉
Temple, not vegetarian kah? Eeeee…everyone’s going to temples today kah – Merryn also went to a temple… LOL!!! The Kung Pou chicken looks really good… Yum!!!
STP – Ohh…go into temple eat vegetarian…come out of temple can eat meat. =p
I got alot of Sins…must go temple ask for forgiveness. haha…
You got try seafood at Lukut? Can’t remember the name of the restaurant but very nice!
Hi Lynne. In Lukut, I tried before Seaview (Halal) and Restoran Mei Jing. =)
wah hot pot seafood … looks good le..
I will be sweating if I eat this dish… kakakaka
SP – Okay…then you need to carry a portable fan with u… =p
so next time you bring me to eat .. izzit?
lol…dont tell me later that you need to mandi the kereta .. I don’t like candle light dinner..
so a great big spotlight will be GREAT.. lol…
SP – Lets plan a day la… Hahaha…
something missing in your kong our chicken~~ the cashew nuts ~.~
Choi Yen – Yahor…cashew nuts! And I feel that the chicken not enough of black sauce. hehe…
thks for sharing… never know where to dine in PD always…
OMG!! look so yummy!!!!!! Mel Mel, next time bring us go there ler.
Yeah…we can go for the Seafood Hotpot! 😉