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Pulau Pinang (Penang)


Food ~ | Ais Tingkap (Sherbet) | Asam Laksa | Beef Kway Teow Soup | Buns | Cendol | Coffee | Curry Mee | Durian | Hokkien Mee | Ice Cream & Ais Kacang | Lor Bak | Mamak Mee & Mee Rebus Malay Nasi Campur & Ulam | Nasi Lemak | Nasi Kandar | Oyster Omelette | Rojak | Tau Foo Far | Teochew Steamboat and Traditional Cuisine | Hainanese Cuisine | Penang Fried Kway Teow | Popiah | Porridge | Seafood | Thai | Tit Bits | Toast & Eggs | Western |


Penang has one of the most diverse food fare in Malaysia and at times, the food is so mixed with influences from the Indian, Malay, Chinese and Thai cuisine that it becomes unique to the island itself. To get to know Penang better, there are maps and trails that takes visitors through small alleyways and nooks & crannies where culture and traditions are still very much alive. The Chinese Operas held on the streets that mark certain festivals celebrated by Taoists or carrying of the Kavadi during Taipusam or even the Puppet shows at the Temples are for the people of Penang and by the people of Penang. The same goes with the food, and that's why the standards are good. Their most discerning customers are ones who have grown up on their food. Enjoying Penang takes time, let us take care of your stay while you take time to explore the real Penang.

Asam Laksa

Kedai Kopi Kek Seng

assam laksa at kedai kopi kek seng kek seng on penang road

Location : 382-384 Penang Road, opens 9.00am onwards.

Established in 1906, this coffee shop is popular for its asam laksa, kway teow th'ng, loh bak and just desserts... homemade icecream with a very local flavour ~ durian, sweet corn and the rest ~ chocolate, vanilla, coffee and strawberry. Try the ABC (Ais Kacang) topped with a scoop of ice cream, flavour of your choice.

Sin Hwa Kopi Tiam

asam laksa

Location : 329 Jalan Burmah, shophouse opposite the Pulau Tikus police station. closed thursdays

A small bowl will cost you RM3.00 whilst a large is charged at RM4.00. What else to eat here - the famous char kway teow.

Open 10.30am-4.30pm (Closed Thursday)

Jooi Hooi Coffeeshop

assam laksa with ambala juice joo hooi cafe

Location : 475 Penang Rd. Open everyday except for first & 2nd day of Chinese New Year

One of the best assam laksa in town. For those without transport, this is most convenient location on Penang Road and at Joo Hooi Cafe , you can even order in the famous chendol from the stall outside in Lebuh Keng Kwee

Air Hitam Market Laksa

Location: Along a 5 foot pathway of the Air Hitam Market. Open Wednesdays to Mondays from 12.30pm till 8.00pm. Tuesdays closed.

Is it the best asam laksa in penang? Well, it certainly is worth a trip up to Air Hitam even if you have your doubts..


Ais Tingkap (Sherbet)

Ais Tingkap

ais tingkap man refreshing

Location : Lebuh Tamil, located next to Chowrasta Market and opposite the old Police Headquarters at Penang Road

This most refreshing drink of syrup water, coconut juice & flesh and selasih goes so well with the cucur udang prepared by another vendor nearby. The best thing to have on a hot, hot Georgetown afternoon


Beef Kway Teow Soup

Kedai Kopi Lam Ah

Location : Directly opposite the fire station at the junction of Chulia St and Beach St. (The one with the green bamboo chicks) Opens from 9 am - 3 pm (Close on Sunday and Public Holiday)

Very popular with the locals. A large would cost RM10 per bowl and a small would cost RM7.80

Eam Huat Cafe Beef Koay Teow

Location : At the old bus depot, Lebuh Victoria. Open 10.30am - 3.00pm daily except Sundays & public holidays

This is an old establishment and has been passed down generations. My first time here was in 1994. That was under strict instructions to seek out this 'to die' for beef kway teow and to bring some back to KL for dear old papa. Back then, the stock was rich with flavours that have been stewed over a slow fire for hours. Today, if i were to bring papa back for a try.. i definitely would get an earful. But despite that, it's still the best Beef Koay Teow place (but that's my opinion). Mr Kang Chew Eam runs the business here and they have a new variant to the old menu which is of herbal soup base.

Sri Weld Foodcourt

Location : At Sri Weld Food Court at Beach Road.

Also a popular place for Beef Noodle Soup. Within the Beach Road area there are 3 reknown beef kway teow stalls ie Eam Huat Cafe Beef Koay Teow, Kedai Kopi Lam Ah and this one in the Sri Weld food court itself. The choice is yours.



Air Hitam Market Stalls

buns for prayers
currypuff, cakes, buns - all freshly delivered

Open daily - Mornings. The ones specific for prayers are only available occasionally

CKC ( Cheong Kim Chuan) : Hoe Peng Biscuits

Location: 99B, Lorong Selamat. Open daily

The buns on the left are filled with sweet lotus seed paste and many buy this as it symbolise longevity. Especially popular desert at birthday dinners.

The buns on the right are normally used during prayers. These here are not complete. There is still the head, the feet and a tail to attach plus chinese characters to pipe onto the bun. Those familiar with Hokkien Taoist festivals should be familiar with this pink-crusted bread loaf moulded into the shape of a turtle also known as mee koo to the locals.


Penang Road Teochew Cendol

ever so popular cendol

Location: Lebuh Keng Kwee, off Penang Rd. Open everyday except for first & 2nd day of Chinese New Year

Great cendol with gula melaka. Been around for 60yrs+. A bowl of cendol with red beans - RM1.40. Ice kacang - RM1.60. Pegaga Juice - RM0.70 . They have also opened a branch at the Prangin Mall..looking all spruced up and fastfood-like. But somehow it just doesn't taste the same. Must be the ambience, the dust , the honking of frustrated drivers due to the bottleneck caused bu its patrons queueing up on the street, that makes the difference.



Location: 15 - 17 Jalan Nagore, George Town Phone: 04. 228 7108. Monday closed. Tuesday - Sunday 08.00 to 22.00

At SiTigun, there's great Tiramisu , chocolate mousse and all things sweet to compliment the taste of freshly ground coffee which is then roasted at the premise. There are a good selection of coffee beans such as the Sumatra Arabica Coffee and the Bali Robusta Coffee amongst others.

Rio Hotel & Cafe

Location: Kings Street, George Town. Open early morning till after lunch. This place cater to the office crowd.

It's just old world here. The local coffee or kopi and toast is a good start to the day. In the late morning, a plate of the mee jawa or mee goreng would go well. Or the char kway teow fried by a lovely old man and his wife is a nice tummy filler. However, i'm not too sure if the stall is still running as the elderly man has been a little unwell lately. The wanton noodle is also a good bet if not looking for a full meal.


Curry Mee

Air Hitam Curry Mee Sisters

curry mee penang style delicious
the elderly sisters work everyday from 8am till 1pm

Location : Jalan Air Hitam. Open everyday from 7.00am till 1.00pm

Every morning the sisters are dropped off by a family member at their usual spot under a big, shady old tree. They have been selling their curry mee at the same spot for 6o years now and still going strong.



Freedom Eco-Farm

Location : Balik Pulau ( ) . Call to make appointment or visit

Balik Pulau's durian season begins somewhere end of May right through until mid-July. The uniqueness of these durians is because of their love for a variety of durians , the early planters created a hybrid of durian sp. that has become a durian connoisseur's dream.

Bao Sheng Durian Farm

Location : Balik Pulau. Heard a lot about this farm but not been yet. For more information, try

Hokkien Mee

Super Hokkien Mee

Location: One Corner Cafe at Jalan Bawasah 12, (at the back of Burmah Road Giant Supermarket). Open daily from 8.00am till lunch. Closed on Tuesdays

This stall is extremely popular and at times patrons may have to wait 45mins or more just for a bowl of their hokkien mee. One reason to this long wait is because of the phone bookings which can add up to a lot of bowls done before yours. But there are lots of other stalls worth trying out such as the assam laksa, deep-fried fritters, spring roll and a selection of local kuih.


Ice Cream & Ais Kacang

Kedai Kopi Kek Seng

Location : 382-384 Penang Road, opens 9.00am onwards.

Established in 1906, this coffee shop is popular for its asam laksa, kway teow th'ng, loh bak and just desserts... homemade icecream with a very local flavour ~ durian, sweet corn and the rest ~ chocolate, vanilla, coffee and strawberry. Try the ABC (Ais Kacang) topped with a scoop of ice cream, flavour of your choice.

Love it just because it's so old style. Even the eating booths (yeah, check out the eating booths) are old styled.

Kedai Kopi & Ais Kacang (Loh Eng Hoo Coffee Shop)

Location: Lorong Selamat. Business hours: 12.30PM – 6PM

This ais kacang venue is one of the better ones in George Town. The famous Lorong Selamat Char Kway Teow used to be located here but the Madam has bought herself a shop down the road and now her place has been taken over by another char kway teow stall. The gentleman who fries the char kway teow here also wears a pair of goggles when he's at work!

Lor Bak

Kheng Pin Kopi Tiam

Location : 80 Penang Road (Penang Road- Jalan Sri Bahari junction), Georgetown. Opens from 7am-3pm, and closes on Monday

Meat lightly seasoned with five-spice powder, wrapped in bean-curd sheet and deep-fried is a true blue Penang specialty. It's readily available at most kopitiam but Kheng Pin's is the best. Mr Lou Joo Chon has been frying up these treats for 38 years now and still takes great pride in his work, preparing and frying the lor bak himself rather than allowing staff to do it as is often found with stall operators in KL. You want to taste the real thing, you'll just have to make the trip - all comparisons pale..

Malay Nasi Campur & Ulam

Kedai Makanan Arkad Tanjung Bungah

Location : Travel on the road from Tanjung Bungah to Batu Feringghi and once you see the floating mosque by the edge of the sea, the Arkad is up the hill to the left. Not something you will miss. It sits on a high lip just at the turning. Open day time.

There are 2 stalls here selling almost the same variety of dishes but Kedai Makan Lidiana is the more popular of the two. The ikan bakar stuffed with sambal & onions is a favourite and the ulam variety is impressive not to mention the sauces.

Mamak Mee & Mee Rebus

Pata Hameed Special Mee Stall

Location : At Esplanade, Padang Kota Lama in Lebuh Light. Open Mondays - Saturdays from 12.00nn to 8.00pm

This stall serves the fried yellow noodles with a special squid sambal and is extremely popular. The business started in 1978 and has been passed from father to son. It's so popular that the owner now fries an average of 400 to 400 plates

The mee rebus is slightly different from the rest in which the the owner uses an old recipe where

sweet potatoes are used instead of beef stock for base.

Fried mee with sambal squid - RM3.00

Nasi Lemak

Mamak Stall at the Modern Hotel, on Muntri Street

Location : At the junction of Muntri Street and Leith Street, round the corner from Modern Hotel. Open nights except Tuesdays

The stall is a great place to go if you're craving for something late at night. The nasi lemak is great. It's the simple nasi (rice) with ikan bilis (anchovies) and sambal (chili paste) and really fills the spot! Then it's only befitting to end the night with a teh tarik (tea with evaporated and condensed milk) or Milo kosong (milo drink without sugar and milk)


Nasi Kandar

Nasi Beratur

Location : Right next to Kapitan Keling Mosque. Open: 11.00pm – 2.00am

The shop starts trading at about 11pm and the queue is something to ogle. A long line of hungry patrons waiting patiently for their turn to douse their mountain of rice with curry gravy. Nasi Kandar is not a cheap meal. It can cost RM10 - 15 per person depending on what is ordered. But it surely is filling.

Line Clear Nasi Kandar

Location : In an alley at the junction of Lebuh Chulia & Jalan Penang . Open 24hrs

This is an institution in itself. Line Clear has a constant stream of hungry patrons. Apparently it is named Line Clear because in the days of the Thomas Cup Fever and when Malaysia was the favourite contender to win, the young and aspiring badminton players used to come through this little alley and into a small courtyard with a badminton court built into it. They used to train at this court and hence the name 'Line Clear' stuck. Or is just an urban myth?

Tau Foo Far

Kimberley Soya Milk and Tau Foo Far

Location : Kimberley Street. . Opens from 6.00pm - 12.00midnight.

Tau Foo Far and Soya bean drink. For RM1.50 a bowl , this is a refreshing dessert after a good food trip down Kimberley Street.


Teochew Steamboat and Traditional Cuisine

Goh Huat Seng

Location : 59A Kimberley Street. Tel: 04 261 5811 / 261 5646. Opens from 11.45am - 3.00pm , 6.00pm - 9.30pm. Closes alternate Mondays

This is one of Penang's more established Teochew restaurants serving amongst other traditional teowchew dishes like the special Teochew duck, steamed freshwater fish head, oyster omelett and one seldom but a dish introduced by a friend who lived in penang some 30+ years ago... the fresh oyster kerabu. It is the most divine dish! Not many people know about this dish but try it, only if you like fresh oyster. The typical Teo Chew dessert is the 'Or Nee', a sweet taro sticky dessert.

This restaurant is also very popular for its Teo Chew Seafood Steamboat or 'Juan Lo'. The special part to this steamboat is that they provide a deliciously flavoured fish soup base which is probably what makes an outing to this restaurant worth the effort. Seldom do we see steamboat still using charcoal to cook.

Goh Teo Kee Restaurant

Location: 90G, Gurney Drive Penang Tel: 04-2281037, 012-4105911. Opening Hours: 11.30am – 2.30pm and 6.00pm – 10.00pm. (Closed on 1st and 3rd Wednesday)
GPS: 5.328172, 100.273386

This restaurant is located along the beach, and serves a good selection of teochew staple food. The Oh Nee is good here. The simple stuff is the best, forget about the fancy restaurant dishes like garoupas, sharks fin and some thai infusions...

Hainanese Cuisine

Sin Kheang Aun

Location : 2 Chulia Lane. Tel: 04 261 4786. Opens 11.00am - 2.30pm, 5.00pm - 8.00pm. Closes alternate Mondays

An old establishment with a reputation spanning 6 decades, this is certainly not a stop to miss for the food connoiseur. Try the marinated fried pork liver and the mee sua for starters. Then look forward to the pomfret asam tumis , kiam hoo bak (pork with fried salted fish mixed in tamarind juice) , kerabu, pickled vegetables with duck in soup, inche kabin, mui chee kai (crispy chicken simmered in plum sauce)

Penang Fried Kway Teow

Sin Hwa Kopi Tiam

char kway teow

Location : 329 Jalan Burmah, shophouse opposite the Pulau Tikus police station. closed thursdays

The char kway teow here is worth every sen and just one plate may not be enough. The other popular stall here is the Asam Laksa.

Heng Huat Kopi Tiam

lorong selamat

Location : Lorong Selamat

Open for lunch every day. But better to make it after the lunch hour rush. Our experience is that it tastes better when she's not rushed. The sizes range from RM6.00 to RM8.50 but if you want the cheapest one, let her assistant know you dont want the 4 gigantic prawns they add to it.


Padang Seafood Popiah

the popiah skin maker

Location: Padang Brown Food Court, Dato Keramat Road , at the intersection of Jalan Anson and Jalan Perak . Business hours: Lunch till afternoon

It really a joy to see this popiah skin maker making the wafer thin skins that are used to wrap the popiah as above. The filling in the wraps consist of lettuce, crab meat, chinese sausage french beans, fried shallots, turnip, shredded egg and sealed with a healthy amount of chilli and plum paste.

For this dish, you could also request it to be vegetarian.



Tai Buan Porridge

Location :173 Muntri Street. Open 1.30pm – 8pm. Closed on Sundays

This ever popular teo chew styled porridge comes with several variety of side dishes. The popular dishes are the braised pot has taukua, pork innards and pork belly ; Braised duck meat ; pig’s ear braised in flavorful soy sauce and spices ; duck liver and gizzard. This is the real deal teo chew porridge. Don't settle for less!

Hoe Peng Coffee Shop

Location : Corner coffee shop at Penang Road / Kg. Malabar junction (opposite the now closed Kayu Nasi Kandar shop). Open at night only

Ok, maybe this is not for everyone. Not for those who cannot 'stomach' innards. This Pork Innards porridge is one of my favourites. It has everything in it that makes the broth so rich..a tad salty but still tasty. A bowl of steamy, hot comfort broth costs RM6 which is all that is needed after a tiring, stressful day at work. This stall is not located in Hoe Peng itself but you can order in as long as you order a drink at the coffee shop itself. Not a Hokkien speaking lass myself, try ordering in English. A few of the waiters can try to work out your order for you.


Sea Pearl Lagoon Cafe

Location: 338 Mukim 18 Tanjung Tokong Penang Next to the Tua Peh Kong Temple . Tel : 04 8990375 Business Hour : 11am – 10pm

This popular seafood restaurant is located in a converted beach home of 60's architecture and tucked away from the main attractions. But the taxi drivers would be most familiar with this old institution. Reknown for its coal baked crab and salt backed crab dishes, there are also other stalls for those who prefer meats like fried chicken and satay.

Ocean Green View Seafood Restaurant

Location: 48F Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah Tel: 04 2262681 &  2274530 . Business hours: 12noon till 11pm (daily)

This is a very popular place for tourists and corporate patrons. The price is quite a bit more than other places but the food is good. The baked crab, inchi kabin, steamed prawns and the marinaded chicken satay is surprisingly good. The twist is that it doesn't come with a bowl of lukewarm peanut sauce, the meat itself is well marinade to give the right amount of flavour.



Chowrasta Bazaar

Location ; Penang Road, Georgetown . Open everyday from morning till 5.30pm

Chowrasta Bazaar is a fantastic place to go if you like these preserved/pickled goodies. There are all sorts from mango, nutmeg, papaya to grapes , ginger - you name it.

Are items are sundry goods, local biscuits, balms, candy, sauces etc.

Watch out for the very enterprising grandmas. They can more or less get anyone to buy their products!

Cucur Udang

Location : Next to Tingkap Ais at Lebuh Tamil. Next to Chowrasta Market and opposite the old Police Headquarters at Penang Road

The cucur udang is freshly made and goes all too well with the refreshing Ais Tingkap drinks.



Location : In front of Hutton Lodge, Hutton Lane

We normally know this as Char Koi in KL.

This goes fantastically with a hot cup of local kopi.

For RM1 , you can get enough for a satisfying tea break session

Pisang Goreng / Chempedak Goreng

the chempedak goreng is fantabulous!

Location : Tanjung Bungah, by a slip road. Open 12.00noon to 6pm daily

Deep fried tee kueh which has three layers, with a piece of homemade tee kueh (glutinous rice cake) sandwiched between a slice of sweet potato and another slice of yam. Chempedak goreng and the especially famous pisang raja goreng. This stall has been around for over 40yrs. In the old days they has a cute green painted cart and easily recognisable. When you get to this slip road, on the way up to Batu Ferringhi, you will see on the left, a few stalls selling drinks, fruits and this is where they are located

Stall next to the Keng Kwee Chendol Stall

Location : Lebuh Keng Kwee, off Penang Rd.

Homemade biscuits from cottage industry suppliers. The one thing Penang has that's still thriving despite the monopoly of markets by big boys is the number of home produced items that are sold on the streets. Some without labels on them even.


Toh Soon Cafe

Location : Campbell Street. At the junction of penang road and campbell st. (within the narrow lane between Campbell Street and Jalan Kampung Malabar) . Open everyday 8am until 6pm

This stall is squeezed into a little alley and has been around since the 60's. Every morning, it is packed with patrons. Some bring along the morning paper to read before work. There are even queues here but most times, it involves short waiting time. The quaint bit about this cafe is that they steam their bread using the steam from when they boil their drinking water and they toast their bread in the little opening at the bottom of the drum where the coal goes into to fire up the pot of water to make hot drinks. You have to be there to watch their operations. No expensive, branded cooking utensils and ovens, just simple day to day items and they manage to cater to the throng of customers that come in.


Amelie Cafe

Location : 6, Armenian Street, Georgetown. Open everyday from 10am till 6pm. Closed Mondays.

Serves breakfast, lunch, coffees and refreshments. It's a little cubby hole next to the Cheah Kongsi and also next to the Nyonya Beaded Shoe shop at the quiet end of Armenian St. The prices are reasonable and the latte is pretty good. There are 5 little tables downstairs and some seating upstairs but the entire area of the shop probably just makes someone's walk-in wardrobe space - which in fact, makes it a little bit more special. One of our favourite places to go.

Crepe Cottage

Location: 77-A Persiaran Gurney, 10250 Penang Email: Tel: +60194481680 Open 6.00pm – 12.00midnight (Closed Tuesday)

This place is one of the remaining quaint cottages located along Gurney Drive. It's not garrish, no neon lights and has not changed much since it opened for business ove a decade ago. The kitchen of which you can view a little of it if you sit alfresco has its crepe stove located in the open end of the kitchen. A bunch of young people are often seen manning the kitchen. Nice to see young kids making extra dosh for themselves instead of just handouts from parents. There is lots of choices of old food available here from lasagna to creamy soups, salads and grilled fish and meats.



Tree Monkey Restaurant

Location: Lone Crag Villa, Lot 595 Mukim 2, Jalan Teluk Bahang, 11100 Penang. Telephone: 604 - 881 1797

Tree Monkey presents a predominantly Thai menu from North Eastern Thailand whilst incorporating Malaysian and other Western treats. Lots of delicious BBQ meats and spicy salads await you - all with the promise of the freshest herbs and spices as on in display in the gardens. It has a beautiful view of the sea and worth a visit in the evening as the sun sets.

Rojak (Fruit Salad)

Kafe Sin Se Kai

Location: Swatow Lane Opposide New World Park Food Center. Open daily from 10am to 7pm

This is what we call , 'Chinese Rojak' . There is an 'Indian Rojak' which in Penang is called Pasembur, but that's a different story. The Chinese Rojak consists of a variety of fresh fruits like mango, turnip , pineapple, cucumber etc , cut up into bite sizes and tossed together with a sweet, gooey prawn paste. Topping you see here is crushed peanuts.

Oyster Omelette

Kedai Kopi Seng Thor

Location: 160, Lebuh Carnarvon, Penang. Open Lunchtimes

The Penang Oyster Omelette or 'Or Chien' in Hokkien dialect is a favourite at Kopitiams and you can find this cooked up almost as common as Char Kway Teow in Penang. Normally in Penang, the omelette does not come in a tidy shape of an omelette. What we normally would expect. It's all chopped up and tossed and mixed with chives and when it gets to your table, it's usually a pile of omelette pieces with blobs of oysters peeking through. Not too appetising? Not until the first bite into these juicy bits...then you will know why Malaysians come from all round the country for penang's street food. No fancy frills, just expansion of the sense of taste.

Food Court

New World Food Court

Location: corner of Lorong Swatow and Lorong Hutton, Penang. Swatow Lane, Off Jalan Burmah . Open all day, everyday

This food court is very popular with the locals. I guess it's because its a lot more sanitized than most food courts plus it has a more contemporary design to it. There is a variety of food from sushi to local street food fair and plus restaurants and cafes such as Starbucks, Tarn Thai Restaurant, Passions of Kerala etc


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Hotel in Penang
George Town ~ within the UNESCO World Heritage Core and Buffer Zones
Boutique Hotel
Heritage Stay
Budget Motel and Hotel
Retreat & Guesthouse
Georgetown ~ Outside of the UNESCO World Heritage Core and Buffer Zones
Boutique Hotel
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