Functioning as a carpark in the day, Akau Potong Lembu sees a stream of hawkers pushing in their food carts in the late afternoon and transforms into an open-air hawker centre at night. It is popular amongst natives of Tanjung Pinang for its cheap and delicious local fare.
Majority of the tenants here are Chinese and hence visitors of the same race can comfortably fall back on their mother tongue or even dialects (Hokkien/Teochew) for communication. This would also mean that many mouth-watering Chinese dishes such as Bak Kut Teh and Char Kway Tiao can be found here. Highly recommended by the locals, the fish soup here is a must-try!
Muslim travellers can also find a row of local malay food stalls here, serving perfectly grilled satay, and other authentic local dishes.
Also, try the famous Ice Chendol, a classic dessert for the perfect antidote to the warm summer nights of Bintan and end off the day on a sweet note.
Monday – Sunday
5:00pm – 12:00am
*Individual stores have varied operating hours
Add: Pt.Tanjungpinang Makmur Bersama Kel. Kemboja Kota Tanjungpinang