Kuala Terengganu is famous for its Keropok Lekor. Keropok Lekor is a traditional Malay fish cracker snack originated from the state of Terengganu itself. It is also named as fish sausage, fish stick or fish fritters. It is made by fish and sago flour and seasoned with salt and sugar. It is slightly greyish in colour and tastes fishy.
Galilee Maju Enterprise has 20 years’ experience in making Keropok Lekor. The Keropok Lekor was made with ‘Ikan Parang’ which is the wolf-herring fish. People came here to get the fresh Keropok Lekor Ikan Parang as the owner started to handmake the Keropok Lekor at 11 o’clock in the morning. Galilee Maju Enterprise is closing at 6.00pm therefore people are still able to get the Keropok Lekor Ikan Parang at the noon.