Chaw Choon Dim Sum Restaurant - Raja Uda 超全茶楼 Restaurant

6970, Jalan Ong Yi How, Off Raja Uda, 12300, Butterworth, Penang.

A similar meal at the island would easily cost more than Rm 50. Air ventilation was good and aplenty of tables available; a good place to enjoy a family breakfast.

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Poached Hor Fun with Fish. – RM7/- This dish is very similar to the Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun found in all Tim Sum Place, Basically Hor Fun and Fish Slices poached and topped with soya sauce. Quite enjoyable by itself
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Braised Duck Meat, believe the duck meat must be braised for long as it fully absorb the sauce flavor and the bone easily fall of from bone, it is so soft and delicious.
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Overall, Restoran Chaw Choon is a great place for dim sum. There are quite a varieties of dim sum and they taste better than your average dim sum shop. The restaurant is usually crowded even on a weekday.

Lemon Koay Teow Soup 新园柠檬粿条汤 Restaurant

4415, Lorong Cengal 5 Taman Mega 13400 Butterworth Pulau Pinang

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Like most of the Koay Teow Theng, the bowl comes with flat noodles / vermicelli, fish balls and a generous quantity of minced meat. However, they make a difference to their Koay Teow Theng by adding lemon juices to the soup, creating a zesty flavoured soup. It does not create a wow factor but the resultant soup is more refreshing than usual, and registered a new taste compared to the common Koay Teow Theng we had. If you prefer an usual Koay Teow Theng, just informed the lady beforehand.

May Fong 美芳茶餐室 Restaurant

4562 Jalan Kampung Benggali Kampung Benggali 12000 Butterworth Penang

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Verdict : Decent Boiled Chicken, tasty enough, the only one that open for Lunch. The “Ipoh style” koey teow is only an approximation of the actual Ipoh Version, while the Prawns Dumpling is not bad
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It's no secret that Butterworth is home to a few good restaurants that serve delicious Poached Chicken and one of the oldest names in this "expertise" is May Fong Restaurant at Kampung Benggali, Butterworth. It's impossible to miss the place during lunch hours, the place is often thronged with regular patrons especially during weekends. Families bringing the old and young is a common sight here, it is possibly the de-facto dining place for those living in the neighborhood. The menu is small here, in fact, only Poached Chicken and Wan Ton.... with Rice or Ipoh-styled Hor Fun (with add-ons like blanched Sprouts or Vegetables) but more than enough to entice the crowd. The best time to visit would be around 11 am or expect to wait for at least half an hour before your orders are served.

Restoran Beng Soon 明顺茶餐室 Restaurant

68-70, Jalan Raja Uda Kampung Baharu 12300 Butterworth Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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To have some unusual wantan mee, drop by at Beng Soon Kopi Tiam, not too far away from KFC Raja Uda, Butterworth. Also know as Drawer Wantan Mee by off timers, the wantan mee is unusual as its thicker therefor more chewie and springy, more like eating the thick flat wantan noodles or the thick noodles use for KL style Hokkien Mee.

Restoran Nelayan Ah Chong 亚仲海鲜饭店, Kantin Ah Chong Restaurant

Gerai No 2 Jalan Pantai Bersih Bagan Ajam 13000 Butterworth Pulau Pinang

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What I really like about this place is, 1) Simple Unpretentious set up, May be a bit “rough” for others 2) The Beautiful view, best view just before sunset. 3) The Unpretentious and Simple food, not overly decorated.

Zi Wei Yuan Steamboat 紫薇园鱼头火炭炉 Restaurant

6525 & 6257 Jalan Raja Uda 12300 Butterworth Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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Guan Zheng Kopitiam 原成咖啡店 Restaurant

1 & 3 Jalan Teratai Jalan Raja Uda, 13000 Butterworth

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Just to be clear, I am not recommending this particular stall. This post is just a general introduction to one of the food which I feel deserves more attention in Penang. Don’t get me wrong though, the noodle was alright but I had better ones on the island side.

Luan Fong 聯豐咖啡店 Restaurant

1, Lorong Bagan Luar 3 Bagan Luar 12000 Butterworth Penang, Malaysia

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The beef noodle served here is one of the best in town, having rich and light broth with mixture of edible beef parts, and the beef balls are delicious. It is notable that the stall uses only halal-ceritified beef in the noodles.

Restaurant Tokyo Restaurant

1963, Jalan Kampung Benggali Kampung Benggali 12000 Butterworth Penang, Malaysia

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  • 2018-07-26 00:00:00+00:00
Dishes order up this evening is their version of Char Hu, (Fried Fish with soya sauce), Tu Kar (Braised Pork Trotters), Claypot Herbal chicken, and Stir Fried Pea Sprouts & Bean Sprouts, all which comes up to RM50 with 2 rice and some herbal drinks. Verdict: Excellent

Restoran Weng Sang 荣生冷气饭店 Restaurant

6, Jalan Bagan Baru 1 Kampung Jawa 12000 Butterworth Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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We sat down at the Air-condition area, and the Roast duck was as delightful as always. Best in Town.

Sin Bee Chew 新美洲餐室 Restaurant

11, Lorong Bagan Luar 3 Bagan Luar 12000 Butterworth Penang, Malaysia

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Most people are after the delicious Hainanese Chicken Chop, a fairly priced item at RM 13.50 Personally, we enjoyed the chicken chop. The large chicken fillet has been cut into small slices, and the thick gravy complemented it well by introducing a nice aroma yet without affecting the crispy texture of the chicken chop. Although it appeared to be a heavy dish but it tasted light and easy-going in the palate.

Sin Tatt Garden Hawker Center 信达园小贩中心, Kompleks Makan Taman Sin Tatt Restaurant

Jalan Raja Uda Taman Sin Tat 12300 Butterworth Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

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The Koay Teow Theng (RM 4) is soothing and nice in taste. It was seasoned nicely and comes with slices of meat and fish balls.
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I do like the Char Koey Teow, (that opens from around 2pm till around 8pm or Sold off) here, which is one of the 3 stalls around (the other open later), Poach Chicken with Rice or Koey Teow is another popular stall from 4pm and a recent find is the Poh Pieh, (Not Fried Penang Spring Rolls) which usually have a que. This Stall opens after 7pm . Other Stalls offering a verity of Penang Favorites can be found. As they take turns for their Off Day, you can be sure there will be stalls open dail here.

7 Village Noodle House - Butterworth 七廊果条汤 Restaurant

6, 8 & 10, Lorong Ceri 6 Taman Aman Jaya 12300 Butterworth Pulau Pinang Malaysia

Seven Village Noodle House, a famous Koay Teow Soup restaurant originated from Penang, started with the founder, Mr. Lim, selling Koay Teow Soup on a tricycle in 1956.

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What I like best is either their Dry Laimen, dry style, serve with a giant mince meat ball, and slices of Grilled Honey Pork and half boil egg, or their Pork Belly Laimen, serve with herbal soup, braised pork belly, and slightly undercook (Japanese Style) hard boil egg and their loh bak.

Ancient Road Seafood 古代一路泥土鸡 Restaurant

6848 Jalan Bagan Jermal 12300 Butterworth Penang

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  • 2017-08-16 00:00:00+00:00
Beggar's Chicken (叫花鸡) has been one of the signature China Chinese dishes and its history can be traced back to the Ming-Qing Dynasty in China; today, the dish is popular in Jiangsu Province (of China). Inspired by this great dish, this Chinese restaurant tucked in a terrace house along the bustling Jalan Bagan Jermal has recently gained the attention of netizens for serving this old Chinese delicacy. But Ancient Road Seafood Restaurant is not a one trick pony, it has a great selection of Chinese Zhu Char dishes as well; in fact, we thought some of the Zhu Char dishes outshined the signature Chicken dish. Prices are most affordable except for the Chicken but if you appreciate the interactive process (diners ordering the Chicken may proceed to "unwrap and release" the Chicken from the Soil by hammering it), you will probably find it worth it.

Bee See Heong 美时香 Restaurant

Jalan Kampung Benggali Kampung Benggali 12200 Butterworth Penang Malaysia

Bee See Heong started in 1962.Like many other Penang food outlets that have ventured into curries and spicy stuff,Bee See Heong is a fusion restaurant.The food brings together Indian,Malay,Thai and Chinese influences.

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So we drop by early one evening, just two of us, and duly was guided to ordered the following items, Of course the Curry Prawns, Deep Fried Chicken, Kai Lan, Rice and Chinese Tea. As we were early @ 6.30pm, we got serve very fast with the food, which I believe was precook (to increase service speed) while we were there, the restaurant started to fill up, most patrons ordering about the same items as we did. My comments, which may not be the same as yours, we had a “Not bad, decent meal” for around RM40.

Feilo Heng 肥佬兴茶餐室 Restaurant

15, Jalan Anggerik 2/5, Taman Anggerik, 81200 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

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Good steamed song fish head in Johor Bahru with live fish and nice mashed ginger with savoury sauce.

Guan Xian Lao Ma 灌县老妈砂锅串串香 Restaurant

17, Jalan Raja Uda Butterworth Business City Centre 12300 Butterworth Malaysia

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More options for seasoned Steamboat diners at Raja Uda, Guan Xian Lao Ma (灌县老妈砂锅串串) is one of the biggest names when it comes to Steamboat/ Hot Pot in Sze Chuan, China. The restaurateur obtained local franchisee license to operate an extended branch here... at Raja Uda Commercial City Centre, Butterworth (same row as Pentagon 5). The brand is known to dish out Sze Chuan Ma-La Spicy Hot Pot with Skewers... the same concept is being brought to the branch in Raja Uda as well. The restaurant is nicely decorated, step in the restaurant and you will be instantly teleported to China... even the stools, wall paper, lighting and tables; all resemble the characteristics of old Chinese decorations. The menu is fairly large, diners can either order by filling up the order form or simply head to the display fridge and help themselves with the skewers (Rm 1.80 per stick). There are of course, some standard items but only a handful of soup bases available.

How R You Restaurant

7, Lorong Perniagaan Melur 1 Taman Sin Tat 12300 Butterworth Penang Malaysia

HowRyou Desserts Cafe serve you all the Chinese traditional desserts (Tong Shui).

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Mango Sago with Glutinous Rice, a refreshing Mango puree served with a dash of Coconut Cream, Sago, Glutinous Rice and juicy Pomelo pulps. The combination speaks for itself and what we enjoyed about the dessert was the well-balanced sweetness

Kim Seng 金星茶餐室 Restaurant

4468, Jalan Kampung Benggali Kampung Benggali 12200 Butterworth Penang, Malaysia

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Their one dish wonder is Siew Yoke Koey Teow, which can be serve with soup or dry style, today we had just the Koey Teow Soup biasa, with out any add on or frills. You can have roast pork (siew yoke) added on or on the side.

Kochamee 古早面 Restaurant

No. 6, Jalan Raja Uda Pusat Perniagaan Raja Uda 12300 Butterworth Penang

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The name "Ko Cha Mee" brings evocative images as one would be able to link that to the delicacies we used to enjoy during earlier days. Housed in one of the corner business lots at Raja Uda, Ko Cha Mee is a noodle specialist that offers something similar to "Lam-Mee". For the uninitiated, Lam Mee is closely linked to Nyonya families and often served during birthday celebrations as the dish signifies longevity; the flavorful broth is usually cooked with Prawns and Pork Ribs/ Chicken, complemented by a dash of home-made Sambal Belacan. Ko Cha Mee offers such a platform to savor the flavors of the past, but if you are looking for a variety, this is not a place for you as the small menu only specializes in noodles (with optional add-ons). Albeit the catchy name, we did not find the food outstanding nor worth the distance to travel all the way to Raja Uda; probably a regular Lam Mee in the neighborhood is on par with theirs.
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据说这家餐馆是没使用任何味精的咧!而且是主打古早味,连 #面包都是碳烧的哟!还有#半熟蛋,#温泉蛋。

Lao Shan Dong Bak Kut Teh 老山东肉骨茶 Restaurant

No 1, Lorong Perniagaan Melur Taman Sin Tat 12300 Butterworth Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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There are 3 compelling factors that made us had an enjoyable late dinner here: a) Relatively affordable price for Bak Kut Teh (RM 10/pax) b) Good flavour - Mild herb taste though it was a tad salty. c) A lot of ingredients in the pot of Bak Kut Teh - pick and customize your own without additional cost.

Ong Cheng Huat Seafood 王清发海鲜 Restaurant

2004, Bagan Lalang, Butterworth, 13400, Butterworth, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

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Verdict: Revisit? Most probably yes if I happen to be at Butterworth again. I highly recommend the Deep Fried Spring Chicken and Fried Mee Hoon. I also read a lot good comment regarding their steamed Red Snapper, try it out if you have plan to dine in here.
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Ong Cheng Huat Seafood Restaurant 椰脚,王清发海鲜 must be familiar for everyone since they served great seafood especially steamed fish, mussels and other delicious
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Bagan Lalang is a place I'm not familiar with but a friend of mine recommended that I made this pitstop for seafood at Ong Cheng Huat en route Penang to KL.

Ong Lai Kitchen 旺来小厨 Restaurant

Jalan Raja Uda Pusat Perniagaan Raja Uda 12300 Butterworth Penang Malaysia

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风味家乡猪手,每次吃猪手都是RM30起跳,这里却只卖RM20
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One of their specialty is the Curry Chicken in a Bun, The bun is a enriched bread like Brioche, and crispy on the outside, the ratio of curry to the bun is on the small side, but they were kind enough to add additional curry.

Thong Sum 同心茶楼 Restaurant

210, Jalan Raja Uda Kampung Baharu 12300 Butterworth Penang, Malaysia

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We particularly liked the Steamed Prawn Dumplings... we thought they did exceptionally well when it comes to Prawns. The Prawn filling was plump, juicy with an addictive bouncy-bite.

Kai Fan Restaurant 開飯 Restaurant

Taman Mesra Jaya, 13400 Butterworth, Penang, Malaysia

開飯餐廳,五十 ~ 六十樣菜色,著名花生攪,紅豆攪,免費茶水

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  • 2018-03-14 00:00:00+00:00
凡店内消费,红豆冰沙和花生冰沙一杯才RM1.50!不用去到Sunway Carnival那带才喝得到啦!

Red House 23 红屋清粥小菜 Restaurant

23, Jalan Sentral Taman Sentral Bagan Lallang 13400 Butterworth Penang

Retro enviroment, traditional taste of porridge dishes. Let us bring you back to the memory of your old days...

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  • 2016-08-03 00:00:00+00:00
We love the variety here, most of the dishes were of standard-average (none of them disappoint). We were told that their Taiwanese Fermented Bean Curd is one of the unique offerings and so we decided to try it out. It was a little sweeter than usual and the distinctive flavor of the Fermented Bean Curd was milder. Another note-worthy dish would be their Steamed Okra with special sauce; the sauce was a concoction of Fish sauce, julienned Onions, chopped Chilies and Lime juice. It was most appetizing and saliva-inducing, a dish that offers a different dimension than others.

Restaurant Lan Je - Penang 兰姐清蒸非洲鱼 Restaurant

No. 186, Block I Jalan Raja Uda Pusat Perniagaan Raja Uda 12300 Butterworth Penang

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  • 2016-11-16 00:00:00+00:00
How about One Fish per person for your meal? That may sound lavish but that's the norm for diners dining at Lan Je's place. The long-established (since 1978) name- Lan Je Steamed Tilapia (兰姐清蒸非洲鱼) from Rawang has finally opened its first branch in Penang (more than 13 branches across the nation)... at the bustling Jalan Raja Uda, Butterworth. It needs no elaborated menu, just a simple one that offers uncomplicated home-cooked dishes with their signature dish- Steamed Tilapia. Freshness is what they believe in and fortunately, the branch in Penang is able to live up that reputation, for serving some of the freshest catch in town. Ironically, the prices are well-maintained at unbeatable-low rate. The name has traveled far and attracted the attention of many gourmands; the past weekend at Lan Je's (Raja Uda branch) was extremely hectic. The restaurant opened at 5:30 pm (for dinner) but the place was already packed to the brim at 5:40 pm. If you intend to make a trip there in the near future, be sure to grab your seat as early as possible.

Shan 膳中国东北小食馆 Restaurant

1st Floor of No. 3A, Jalan Raja Uda Butterworth Business City Centre 12300, Butterworth Penang

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  • 2016-08-12 00:00:00+00:00
Tummy-filler was their signature Dong Bei Noodles, served with Minced Pork and crunchy diced Cucumber. The real soul to the dish was the Minced Pork- delicately seasoned right on the dot while the noodles were carefully cooked to the right texture. The Cucumber on the other hand, introduced another crunchy-juicy dimension to the dish; even better to go with their smoky Chili paste. We ended the meal with a memorable sweet treat- Sesame Bun. The Bun was served to us scorching hot; apply pressure and you will find the molten Sesame filling oozes out from the bun. The crust was nicely done- thin with a tawny crisp while the filling was carefully sweetened; it was jaw-droppingly good.

Shiang Thian Cake Centre 香点蛋糕红龟中心 Restaurant

16, Lorong Cengal 2 Taman Cengal 13400 Butterworth Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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Behind the success of Shiang Thian is Sister Bo Jie, who inherited the recipe of making Ang Ku Kuih (red tortoise cakes), Nyonya cakes, Chinese red eggs and Nasi Kunyit (Turmeric Glutinous Rice) from her mother, Aunty Ngan Yee. The true Nyonya flavour infused by the magical recipes by Sister Bo Jie is unique and no where else to be found.

Tang Ren Guan 唐人館 Restaurant

104, 106, 106A Jalan Raja Uda Kampung Paya 12300 Butterworth Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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  • 2018-08-15 00:00:00+00:00
The mixed combination of meat from Tong Gei on the other hand, was mouth-pleasing. Not that the meat was mind-blowing delicious, the accompanying sauce and Chili dip were amazing. The combination works perfectly over rice we reckon.
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