Maliia Bakery Restaurant
Address114, Jalan Transfer
10050 George Town
Opening hour8:00AM - 11:00PM
Contact number04-228 8468
Price / FeeRoti benggali (RM2)
Maliia bakery (M) Sdn Bhd, was established in Penang in the year 2007. The bakery which is also a food manufacturer operates actively throughout the northern region of Malaysia. It was formerly known as Victor Rhemas Bakery in 2002. It has ever since been the home of the original heritage Benggali Bread. The company headquarters is located in Transfer Rd Penang. Today, the company operates over 20 mobile shops and distributes to various hotels and restaurants. Some notable clients include famous sup Hameed, Pelita Nasi Kandar Chain, olive tree (Penang) and Penaga Heritage Hotel. The company till today supports and services our most important clients, "the Bread Vendors" also known as the "neighbourhood roti man". The neighbourhood roti man today in our modern society is a rare sight; however Maliia Bakery believes that this is a culture worth investing in. Our vision is to bring back the glory days of this culture by adapting to the modern day society changes. This belief and vision drives Maliia Bakery current day practices which have inspired our motto which is "SEE YOU AROUND THE CORNER".
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Maliia Bakery - 8 tipsSee 93 photos and 8 tips from 680 visitors to Maliia Bakery. "Mmmmmmm... yummy old style bread with planta and home made kaya... heaven!"
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The Penang famous Roti Benggali @ Maliia BakeryAnd usually, I will have it with kaya and margarine. This is where one side of bread is spread with the creamy fragrant Kaya and another is Margarine. Or you can have them with curries as Well.