Red Garden Food Paradise 红园美食坊 Restaurant

20, Lebuh Leith 10000 George Town Pulau Pinang Malaysia

Located right smack in the middle of the town sits Red Garden Food Paradise where it is a One Stop Penang International Hawker Centre offering all of Penang’s famous fares. This already much sought after hawker food haven was officially opened by Penang Tourism & Environment Exco YB Teng Chang Yeow in January 2007. Red Garden Food Paradise is conveniently located at Penang Upper Road near most of the town hotels and thus easily accessible by both locals and tourists. The ambience is conducive for friends and families alike to sit down either for a get together dinner or simply for a tete-a-tete over some drinks. Not surprisingly, at Red Garden Food Paradise, you will not only find the best local food of Penang but also international fares to cater to the discerning taste buds of our foreign friends from abroad. There is a stage where professional singers and bands will be engaged to entertain the dining crowd and make the environment even livelier. Parking woes in Penang would pose no problem for patrons as Red Garden Food Paradise has a car park beside this Hawker Centre with ample parking space. There is a shopping arcade in the hawker centre itself and it offers local handicrafts and items, ranging from clothing to toys including packed food items, products of Penang which make good souvenirs and they are all reasonably priced. Good ambience, cleaner environment and best Penang hawker food, which is what you will find in Red Garden Food Paradise.

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White curry mee in Red Garden is really a hidden gem that not many people know! The taste is rich, and after adding the chili it makes a sleek finishing for the soup. Strongly recommended if you happen to visit Red Garden. Lor Mee is another great option too, having a aromatic soup with decent fluidity despite it being a starch soup. Add the chili and garlic to give it an elevation in terms of taste.

Nearby

Padang Kota Lama Food Court Esplanade Food Court, Kompleks Makanan Medan Renong Padang Kota Lama Restaurant

4, Jalan Tun Syed Sheh Barakbah 10200 George Town Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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This stall serve a plate of fresh cockles and sotong kakung (cuttlefish with water spinach). The cockles are served fresh and only to be dunked with chili with peanut sauce provided, and people who has an affection toward would definitely delighted to see such a generous portion of cockles. Meanwhile we were overwhelmed to have such a portion even there were 4 of us. Sotong Kangkung on the other hand is a popular local snack as well but the taste here was mediocre. More peanut should be able to perform the magic.
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Hung Makanan Laut Siput Balitong Stall 飛鴻貝類海鮮。蠔煎 This is quite a famous stall for Shellfish especially Fried Clam La La. It gets ready quite late in the night.

Cecil Street Market 七条路巴刹 Restaurant

40-48, Lebuh Cecil 10300 George Town Penang Malaysia

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One particular unique dish is the signature braised dried oysters. To many, it is a ‘must order’ dish. This comfort food well braised with flavorful soy sauce and spices somehow works perfectly with the porridge.

The Jetty Food Court Restaurant

49-F, Pengkalan Weld 10300 Georgetown Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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The Char Koey Teow here is definitely up to Penang Island Standard (Open Lunch till dinner – close Wednesday) and they will custom it to your liking. They will prepare the Char Koey Teow with Duck Egg when cooking. Frankly while some purist and CKT fans prefer using duck eggs for its “superior aroma”, I just cannot feel the difference.

New World Park Attraction

102, Jalan Burma, 10450 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Officially launched by the chief minister of Penang on January 18 2008, this unique landmark located in the heart of Georgetown, affectionately known to locals as Sin Sei Kai, was the entertainment spot from the late 1930s to the mid 1940s. New World Park now offers Penangites a new exciting dining, shopping and lifestyle experience. Here, you can dine semi alfresco as the stars twinkle above as a gentle breeze blows. Choose among some of the best-known food and beverage outlets in Malaysia all under one roof in the Magnificent Fine Dining Section. Adjacent is the ever-popular Food Court, with over 28 stalls presenting a wealth of Penang’s famous street food in a clean and cosy environment. The massive overhead canopies and roof top terraces enhance the ambiance, and in the background, live music and songs fill the air. There is even a Centre Performance Stage which stages music from live bands, aerobics session and other exciting activities.

Pinang Delicious Food Court Place

Jalan Macalister, George Town, George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia