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Char Hor Fun is one of the delicacies that not to be missed in Chinese cooking. There are many stalls of char hor fun around Penang Island. However, there are 3 stalls that I felt very unique and special that made my impression:
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The Small Keong (小强) Wantan Mee and the Thai Style Pork Trotter Rice are the musts to try out. The Siew Pao (Roast Bun) here is also one of the unforgettable delicacies that are packed with nice butter crush skin while the barbecue pork is yummy.
Peter Boy Seafood, located in BP Views Kopitiam serving seafood and Asian-style cooking is one of the must-visit places at Balik Pulau for those that looking for delicious, unique, and reasonable dinners. Well known to the locals, this place is crowded with patrons even during weekdays. The dishes that must order here are the Braised Pork Trotter, Lemongrass Steam Fish, Sambal Kang Kong, and also Salted Egg France Bean. This is the place that I would be going back to again for its good food and wallet-friendly price.
Perak Road, Desa Green morning market is a place packed with hidden gems. One of them is the Kochabi Lam Mee, this stall is serving classic and unique lam mee. This stall's lam mee is Nyonya style, which is different from the regular lam mee. This stall is operating from midnight until early morning the next day. The soup of the lam mee here is thick and flavourful, combine with the spicy and exciting sambal. This lam mee is yummy and must be tried here at Taman Desa.
Passions of Kerala is one of the few places in Penang where diners can enjoy a South Indian-style meal of rice on a banana leaf. The banana leaf set comes with three different vegetables as well as pappadom. These vegetable items are free to flow for a refill while diners are allowed to order varieties of side dishes. One of the signature dishes here is the fried bitter ground that almost exists on most of the tables here. The spicy and appetizing stir fry oyster mushroom is also another selling point of this restaurant where these mushrooms are plugged fresh from their farm. The mango lassi is also not to be missed at this place as they are thick and refreshing.
2828 Coffee Shop is the place for nice beef noodles, this place has been running for 23 years and the taste is still good as in those days. The soup is on a clear base version but flavourful while the meat is tender. This stall requires self-service to take your dish.
Moh Teng Pheow Nonya Koay was where we headed for our fix of Nonya Kuehs. Having visited Jason’s Nonya House and still craving for Nonya fare, we found Moh Teng Pheow Nonya Koay a popular venue for koahs such as Kueh Lapis, Kueh Talam and Kueh Bengka.
The recommended dishes are Passion Fruit Chicken and Nyonya Style Fish. With affordable prices and great cooking, this is the place for those that looking for another nice Asian Cooking Stall.
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The Glass Bar is now officially open to public, so head on over to the Glass Bar with family or friends to hang out by the beautiful Ascott Gurney swimming pool while enjoying food and drinks.