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Lucky King Bun

4366 Taman Aman, Port Dickson 71010, Malaysia
+60 6-651 2392
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  • Excellent27%
  • Very good45%
  • Average23%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible1%
Travellers talk about
“curry chicken” (56 reviews)
“bread” (46 reviews)
“ribs” (18 reviews)
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Chinese, Asian, Malaysian
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4366 Taman Aman, Port Dickson 71010, Malaysia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nothing special except for curry chicken bun. Recommend to takeaway original chicken curry bun, dun dine in. Pork rib flavors or mixed flavor not that nice. Normal Chinese cuisine dishes not tasty n overcharge on seafood e.g. fish, crab and prawn. Always crowded with tour...More

Thank fongpen
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

One of the best Chinese food in port dickson. And the king bun with chicken curry is a must to try. Another favourite choice of ours when we need to bring any guest for dinnig out.

Thank Pammi02
Reviewed 5 February 2018 via mobile

It was really big, and the bread was so fresh and light. The chicken curry baked inside was thick and rich. I loved it.

Thank Scott V
Reviewed 4 January 2018

Was recommended by a friend to this Lucky King Bun in a quiet town of Lukut, Port Dickson. Lucky King Bun is situated at one corner of the shop house, popular for its Pork Ribs & Chicken Curry Bun. If you have been to Seremban,...More

Thank cwenxi
Reviewed 28 December 2017

Very good buns. The curry was good with a few types to choose from. Able to feed 4 average eaters. Enough sauce in the huge bun. Good as a picnic lunch in lieu of nasi lemak.

Thank 128GraceT
Reviewed 26 December 2017 via mobile

The exterior bun is nice but too big size, cost rm34 for one. The curry chicken is nice and tasty. Can serve 3-4 paxs. Only issue they don’t provide ant forks or spoons given during take away.

Thank Remus A
Reviewed 21 December 2017 via mobile

The bread is sweet and has a soft and fluffy texture. The curry chicken was cook so well that the meat is not dry. Bun was shared between the 5 of us as a light meal before dinner. Make sure to drop by before 4pm...More

Thank Suet L
Reviewed 19 December 2017

Heard about it but have not had the opportunity to try it until my trip to PD. Couldn't believe my eyes by the sheer size of the BUN. It was humangous. It was fit for a family of 5 and more. The bread itself was...More

Thank chrischoong007
Reviewed 12 December 2017 via mobile

Considered full house even on the weekday lunch hour.Luckily we managed to find a seat.Ordered the bun as a starter,the chicken curry was thick and yummy.Whereas the bun was soft and a little too sweet for me. Our other dishes came out quite fast as...More

Thank ttye0
Reviewed 8 December 2017 via mobile

Lot of branches of the lucky king bun. Order from one shop and ended in the wrong store . Bought for take away . The whole thing is nice . The yuan yang bun with the dong po meat very fatty .

Thank yisiewt
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19 August 2016|
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Response from Charlie T | Reviewed this property |
Depend on the bread you choose, around RM35 -RM45.
4 April 2015|
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Response from MrChaw | Property representative |
Lucky king bun is a restaurant which serve food. Thank you.
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Restaurant Details

Rating summary
  • Food
  • Value
Average prices
US$ 3 - US$ 13
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Restaurant features
Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Parking Available
Good for
Kids, Child-friendly, Groups, Local cuisine
Location and Contact Information
  • Address: 4366 Taman Aman, Port Dickson 71010, Malaysia
  • Location: Asia  >  Malaysia  >  Negeri Sembilan  >  Port Dickson
  • Phone Number: +60 6-651 2392
In Malaysia's rich food culture, many love eating buns and rich curry. But while it is common to take buns with chicken curry, not many have tried baking the curry inside the bun. Now with Chicken Curry Bun, food lovers can savour a unique taste sensation like no other! Fall in love with a one-of-a-kind culinary creation - the original Curry Chicken Bun.The-Prestigious-Product-Quality-Award Sometimes also referred to as Port Dickson Curry Chicken Bun or Lukut Curry Chicken Bun or Seremban Curry Chicken Bun, it is a unique dish consisting of chicken curry with potatoes and thick gravy wrapped inside a gigantic bun. Best of all, it is not too spicy so that diners of all ages and tastes can savour it. Tuck into this must-try delicacy today! HISTORY The story of Lucky King Bun began in the quiet town of Lukut, Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan over three decades ago, when the husband-and-wife team of Mr. Chaw and Madam Lew brainstormed over new creating new food dishes. Being avid fans of cooking and baking with over 30 years' experience in the culinary industry, the pair decided to merge their expertise with a dish that required both skills. After much hard work and experimentation, the fruit of their labour was extraordinary - a sumptuous combination of chicken curry with potatoes and thick gravy wrapped inside a gigantic bun. Termed the Curry Chicken Bun, this wildly popular dish became an instant classic made famous through word of mouth. Today, the dish has become a massive homegrown success story with buns being churned out by the hundreds daily. However, it is still made with the same meticulous passion and quality as day one, with Madam Lew herself keeping a close eye on the entire process from preparation of ingredients to baking and cooking. The result - a mouth-watering delicacy that customers travel from near and far daily to savour! THE PROCESS Enjoying Curry in a Loaf is a simple and convenient affair, but a tedious amount of preparation goes into it as each bun is made fresh daily. Spanning about 6 to 8 hours in total, the process begins with cooking the curries as early as 6am. Over 20 different ingredients and spices are used to extract the rich distinctive flavour that customers love. Next, the curries are carefully transferred into bowls where they are first wrapped in grease proof paper before another additional wrapping of aluminium foil. The outer layer is light spread with butter to ensure that the bun will not stick to the foil after baking. Once this is complete, the freshly made dough is kneaded and cut by hand into evenly sized pieces to form loaves covering the individual aluminium foil packets. After being left to rise for several rounds, the buns are ready to be baked. Upon completion, the final touch is applied with egg yolk glazing to attain the buns' signature shiny golden brown finish.
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