Whenever we visit Penang, we always find our top 5 Penang Food. We find these top 5 penang foods taste better than you can find in other parts of Malaysia. Of course, you might agree or disagree with our top 5 penang food as everyone has their preferences and taste.
Penang, Malaysia – After our previous trip in Penang, there is still so much more to explore in George Town, be it local cafes or restaurants and eateries. Here are some of our top picks for …
Penang, Malaysia – Mention Penang and food images strike my mind first. The island off the mainland of Malaysia is a food haven, to say the least. Other than the much celebrated hawker fares …
Moh Teng Pheow Nyonya Koay at George Town Penang Malaysia
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Tasty savoury fragrant KL style wanton noodles with tasty plump wantons.
Sister Yao’s Char Koay Kak at George Town Penang Malaysia
Not sure how we landed up here. This was recommended by our driver, and the seafood was indeed fresh and flavours punchy. It was a long drive out from Georgetown though.
Air Itam Sister Curry Mee Chee Cheong Fun at Air Itam Penang Malaysia
Eaten over a few days. The best of these were the char koay teow (smoky and fragrant), wan tan mee (nicely savoury), and bbq chicken wings (sweet and crispy outside). The lor bak and or luah were not bad. Can stay away from the satay (a bit dry) and char koay kak (indeterminate flavour).
The savouries (i to iv, vii) were really interesting, in particular i, iii and iv. II was really pretty too. Overall an interesting fusion experience, with much Indian influence.
One for the memory – we stayed at rooms #1823 & 1824. We were here in conjunction with their grand opening promotion of a special rate from RM296+ per room per night for a Deluxe Room for bookings of stays between 1 November and 31 December. Totally worth it as we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and being able to experience the full Amari hospitality.
[Pork-free] EMILY means Every Minute I Love You! We had a lovely time at Emily Darling Café in Penang.