New World City Food Court is located right in the heart of Georgetown. For me, point me to Penang Char Kway Teow and I will go for it! The version here is with Duck Egg and perfect. Wok Hei, not to…
Overall, most of the food here in New World Park Food City are great and delicious.
The spiced coconut-based soup is very fragrant and that scoop of well-cooked chili paste and drip of chili oil gives you that ultimate kick. The topping is fresh and comes together well with the creamy and aromatic soup. For me, this is my choice for white curry mee in Penang.
The Shop of Duck Blood Curry Mee, Burma Road is now added with additional culinary. There is a stall of Koay Teow Thng which also sells Lam Mee is operating in the shop for just 4 days ago. The soup base is cooked with old hens which are very flavourful and the lam mee is also delicious and tastes nostalgic. The Chee Cheong Chok is very thick and yummy. Once start, unable to stop.
Duck blood curry mee is one of the unique and rare culinary in Penang. This is also one of the traditional and classic flavors. The chili paste of this stall is packed with char-grill flavor which brings the taste to another higher level. The texture of the duck blood is so soft and smooth which is one of the delicacies.
Ice Kacang is one of the best shaved ice desserts to have in Malaysia. Swatow Lane Ice Kacang in Jalan Burma, Penang has been making it in Penang, since 1923. The cafe now serves a variety of different ice kacang and other desserts. Their signature is the Ice Kacang with Fruits. Definitely one of the most refreshing and delicious desserts we have in Penang.
We ought to give the special among the special a try, thus we ordered a Ice Kacang Special at the premium price of RM 6. The regular ice kacang is topped with 3 fruits of the day, and one of the ice cream available (if we recall correctly, it would be either peanut or vanilla). Overall the combination worked well, not overly sweet, and shaved ice was smooth and not exhibiting the ice crystals that will cause displeasure to the tongue.
Him Heang's Tambun Biscuits are hand made daily with finest ingredient and vegetable oil. Their biscuits are only available at this single outlet.
Pride itself as one of the pioneers in the industry, they offer a wide range of local pastries with the finest ingredients.
Him Heang, the shop famous for their Tambun Biscuits, is just obliquely opposite the 1926 Heritage Hotel on the right of the Main Entrance of the hotel. It is open ...
I love the texture of the perfectly fried fish–the flesh is tender, soft, and spicy too. I can just have it with white rice.
We went to Passions of Kerala for lunch and decided to shoot a video!
We really enjoyed the apom manis here! While the claypot cooking method is super exciting – the apom were actually stellar! The hoppers were very fragrant with a nice soft pillowy centre, and lovely browned edges.
Try their Prawn Noodles and other delicacies in this old flagship of a coffee shop in Georgetown.
There is the sour Penang Assam Laksa, with rice noodles in a tangy fish broth made of serai (lemongrass), chillies, tamarind and fish flakes. It is best eaten with a hearty spoonful of accompanying hae koe (shrimp paste).
Wan Tan Mee House is one of the places that I have been patronizing for Wantan Mee. This shop has been serving wantan mee for 60 years and I have blogged about this shop since 5 years ago. The wantan mee style is Cantonese style which is served with starch gravy. The selling point is their deep-fried wantan that is crunchy outside and packed with filling inside. The flavourful starchy gravy makes this Wantan Mee outstanding too.
Overall, the taste of the wan tan mee was unique and the deep fried wan tan tasted crunchy and delicious. The price of the food here was considered reasonable too as the noodle portion and wontons were larger than usual . The drawback is the additional charge of clear soup which is usually complementary in other stalls. It is also not easy to find parking nearby as the road is a main road and parking is not allowed.
Potentially one of the most expensive Wan Ton Mees in Penang, Wan Ton Mee House's comes with a splash of own-developed Egg-gravy to be mixed and eaten with the noodles. On top of that, Wan Ton Mee House's rendition of Wan Ton Mee sees a serving of addictive Pork Lards, crispy Deep Fried Wan Ton/ Dumplings, dressed in a luscious gravy. The texture of the noodles was alright, but they could be more generous with the Chilies. Sambal will only be given upon request, which is a nuisance for chili-lovers like us. All in all, we thought the noodles were of decent-quality; definitely not something that we would want to go all out for it but neither do we against it.
The long awaited dry steamboat with mud crab. RM88 for 2 mud crab in the dry steamboat while the white color soup is radish duck soup RM58. Refillable soup! So is the dry steamboat really good? YES, it is really really good. Crab are extremely fresh and fully absorb chili fragrance, we thought the spicy taste will overpower the crab sweetness but we are wrong, the crab still taste sweet and delicious. So how to eat dry steamboat? Well, they recommend us to finish all crab then they will pour water and we start eat soup steamboat as usual. The soup really taste good, spicy but flavorful.
红辣椒火锅无论店内还是店外都充满中国风而且有种古色古香的韵味 就连店内外籍人士员工，都穿得好像古时候的家丁，让我突然想到周星驰的唐伯虎点秋香 而本地员工（还是老板）都穿着比较中国风的传统服装
Overall, this restaurant is dedicated to those seeking for delicious and nostalgic Nyonya food. For me, the dishes here reminded me of my granny’s cooking. This is the place that I would regularly come back for Nyonya food.
I like it .. the noodles serve here is tasty and price is reasonable too !
Curry Mee It is hard to find very nice curry mee during late night and this is the stall that give you the top flavour. Love the mild sweet coconut broth and the best is their special cook chili paste, which is one of the most important ingredient for the noodle. However this stall is getting more expensive too
The soup was tasty from the addition of fish bones and flesh, further sweetened by the seafood and vegetables available. We ordered a set, which came with cuttlefish, fish slices, prawns and assorted fish balls. Fried beancurd, mushrooms and vegetables were also part of our set, which was good for 4 people.
If you like free an easy... you could just order the Set A, B or Elusive (Set A RM 88.00 "Recommended 2 to 3 people" , Set RM 168.00 "Same Item recommended for 4 to 5 people)
The restaurant was air-conditioned and kinda of small. Most of the tables were reserved when we reached there. We didn't make any reservation :P So, we were placed outside.
Hai Onn Restaurant is a culinary delight in Penang serving Hainanese delight for 80 years, known for its exceptional cuisine, impeccable service, and inviting ambiance. With a diverse menu of thoughtfully crafted dishes, Hai Onn tantalizes taste buds with its flavors and attention to detail.
We like the Hainanese chicken chops here. The chicken cutlet has been sliced into small deboned pieces, then drenched with light brown sauce and served along with a small quantity of green beans, onions and potatoes. Lightly dress the chicken cutlet with some chili sauce for a more rounded taste.
Besides Roti Babi and chicken they also serve pork and fish chop upon request.
It has been long long time since I last came to this coffee shop and I think the last round I came here was bout 12 years ago, during college time. Used to come
Hawker food features prominently in the culinary culture in the state of Penang. Located along Lorong Kuching right off the ever bustling Burmah Road, this
Recommended orders are Penang style Curry Mee, Duck Koay Chiap, Hokkien Prawn Mee, Fried Pancakes and Egg Apoms. Nice to have so many good hawker dishes all located under one roof….Thumbs up!
The Afternoon Tea menu has been launched recently, and was introduced to the media at the relaxed and comfy surroundings of Queen Victoria’s Parlour. The tea sets designed to blend tradition with innovation had us immersed among English tea staples and Ghee Hiang’s signature biscuits and pastries.
Ghee Hiang is a prominent name in Penang, made known for its outstanding Sesame Oil and the de-facto Penang food souvenir- Tau Sar Pneah/ Tambun biscuits but it has got a more ambitious plan for its new branch along Burmah Road. The latest addition at Burmah Road is vibrantly painted in blue-red color combination, the ground floor operates like an ordinary Ghee Hiang biscuit parlor while the upper floor is transformed into a classy-elegant cafe that serves Malaysian-fusion dishes at unbeatable prices. The dining rooms are cozily decorated to suit all occasions and the servers are professionally dressed up; while every evidence gives a hint that the offering may cost a bomb in Teels Heritage Cafe but the true fact is, it is competitively priced just like an average cafe does. Not only does the interior decor is camera-impressed, the dishes are exemplary in their presentation as well. The cafe is just exceptional in every way.
Order the Big Breakfast for RM22. With the generous portion size of the dish, it is recommended to go for the sharing-style-eating. The dish combines broccoli hash brown, fried egg, chicken patties, grilled mushrooms, avocado and tomato with pieces of sourdough. For spice, sprinkle in some crushed black pepper.
If you still prefer the presence of rice in your main meals, then Farmer's Favourite (RM 17) is a worthy consideration. It is served using brown rice, and the chef has done a tremendous great work on the grilled chicken breast as the texture was moist and tender, contrary to the expectations we had. The sprinkles of parsley and paprika spices also further elevate the taste of entire plate of dish.
Just Moist is a dish dedicated for meat lovers, particularly steak lovers. The dish consists of a perfectly seared Rib Eye, served over a bed of mashed Sweet Potatoes, sauteed Shitake Mushrooms, blanched Broccoli and Cherry Tomatoes. The Steak was perfectly cooked... tender to the bite and carefully seasoned to the dot. Our only complain was the measly serving portion (can't help with a mere Rm 25)
Old Green House Beng Kee Claypot Bak Kut Teh (明记沙煲肉骨茶) was the top choice for dear and me. Today Dear and me was here again..... Today we found that the Soup was so nice in taste... but after added the soup the taste was became mild..... Overall This stall Bak Kut Teh is a must try !!!
Bah Kut Teh This is our bowl of bah kut teh....... I think hubby ordered most of the things....... such as meat ball, spare ribs, enoki mushroom, mushroom slice, pork innards.............. Half way through the meal, hubby went to order extra meat ball for my gal. And we were filled with hot bowl of soup too..... so imagine that in a rainy day with bah kut teh...... it's just nice..... right?
We picked Nasi Kerabu, which is Li Er own invention variant of Nasi Kerabu with blue pea rice that topped with shredded fried chicken, lettuce and great combination of sambal. Overall flavour of the meal is refreshing, and we particularly enjoyed the fluffy rice coupled with the crisp lettuce, then a little spiciness from the sambal heighten the taste even more.
Many would pass by Li Er Cafe without noticing its presence, it has got to be one of the low-key cafes in town. The name has been established for quite a few years and has since garnered an appreciate following. Most regular patrons are back for their Nyonya Kuih, particularly their catering service that offers outstanding presentation. They are able to customize your orders based on the number of diners and it goes as low as a few pax. While they are known for the Nyonya Kuih, their daily offering is not to be forsaken as well; the daily specials include traditional-dishes with a modern touch. Notable highlights include Nasi Kerabu, Tom Yum Bee Hoon, Nasi Lemak Special, Nasi Kunyit, Jawa Mee etc.... at unbeatable prices. Though not everything is praise-worthy, the effort in plating and presentation is applaudible. Li Er Cafe is housed in one of the shop houses along Jalan Burmah, facing the junction to Bangkok Lane.
The food here is very nice and unique. The cuisine here is Western meet Asian. The highlights are the Red Glutinous Wine Chicken, Salted Fish Pork Belly, Salted Egg Fish Fillet, and Tong-Gui Chicken. Besides the food here being great, the drinks also very unique and decadent.
If you look at Santorini Cafe menu, they serve a wide range of food, ranging from Homecook set rice