Addressoff 10200, Lorong Chulia, 10450 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
Opening hourTue - Sun : 10:30am - 5:00pm
Closed on Monday
Contact number04-261 5832
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Ang Koo (RM1.50) ‧ Laksa (RM6) ‧ Nasi Lemak (RM7.50)
Signature DishesAssam Laksa ‧ Rempah Udang ‧ Nasi Ulam
Dishes[3 years ago]
Asam Laksa ‧ Assorted kuih ‧ Glutinous Rice ‧ Kuih Lapis ‧ Kuih Muka ‧ Kuih Talam ‧ Nasi Kunyit ‧ Nasi Ulam ‧ Nasi Ulam Nyonya ‧ Nyonya Nasi Lemak ‧ Rempah Udang ‧ Turmeric Glutinous rice and Curry Chicken with Potatoes
It may be hard to spot Moh Teng Pheow Nyonya Kuih, so keep a lookout for the faded sign. You will be rewarded with lots of delicious kuih!
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Moh Teng Pheow PenangSince we like our previous trip here so much, we went there again to try out the other food on the menu. This time I did not even know the price as this was a treat from my Penang friend. We share all the food among us.
A Double Thumbs Up for Penang ‘s Moh Teng Pheow Nyonya Kueh | Eugene Goes PlacesOnce you step inside, you will see the kitchen and you will find yourself in a living museum, demonstrating the entire kueh-making process using utensils from the past. This place really holds up the tradition of Penang Nyonya kueh! At lunch time, the family home at Moh Teng Pheow is packed and you may easily end up sharing a table, but that’s part of the fun.
MOH TENG PHEOW NYONYA KOAY @ CHULIA STREET | Malaysian FoodieAsides from the kueh, they have some local delights to go with like Asam Laksa, Nasi Ulam and even Nasi Kunyit. We had the Nasi Kunyit which is indeed a double thumbs up. The aromatic sticky rice with the fragrance of the rice combined with the creamy coconut based chicken curry. Each mouthful is sinfully good and it brings back the olden days where we enjoy the Nasi Ulam.