Eldin’s Kitchen is a restaurant popular for mee udang (prawn mee) located along the row of shops on Jalan Medan Srikandi, opposite the army camp in Kamunting. This restaurant is open till late and is a popular spot for dinner. Food served here is a fusion of Thai and Malay delicacies.
Rice meals served are nasi ayam (chicken rice), nasi daging (rice with beef), nasi bujang (white rice with fried chicken or fried fish and soup), nasi goreng (fried rice ) with chicken, prawns, calamari, or beef; Kampung-style fried rice, fried rice with belacan (prawn paste), ikanmasin (salted fish), ikanrebus (boiled fish), or chili, Pattaya fried rice, Pad Prik fried rice, Chinese fried rice, tom yum fried rice, and USA fried rice. Various other dishes are available.
Noodle dishes available are choices of mee (yellow noodles), kuey teow (flat noodles), bihun (rice vermicelli) with prawn curry (the signature dish), fried with chicken, prawns, calamari, assorted seafood, and mamak (Indian Muslim) style. Noodle dishes in curry of beef or chicken, bakso (Indonesian meatball soup), tom yum, kung fu noodles, Lad Na (Thai-style in thick sauce), hailam (Hainanese-style), or Bandung.
Eldin’s Kitchen is a halal restaurant, owned and operated by Muslims.
Business hours are from 1.00 pm till 10.00 pm. The restaurant is closed on Sunday and Tuesday.