TomYum Koong 东炎宫, Tom Yum Goong Noodles House Restaurant

381-A-G-6 Jalan Perak 11600 Jelutong Penang Malaysia

Tom Yummy Koong is a noodles house that offer more than 50 varieties of ingredients for customer selections, range from seafood, pork, mushrooms to vegetables. Flaming HOT and Sour Tom Yam Soup is our signature soup, Spicy Sour soup & signature soup

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However, we can share that the clear soup with Shaoxing wine scent was enjoyable and delicious in taste. The subtle Shaoxing wine flavour made a difference and elevated the taste of entire bowl of soup.

Assam Laksa Jelutong Food Truck Restaurant

93, Lorong Ipoh Taman Jelutong 11600 George Town Penang, Malaysia

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  • 2019-06-13 00:00:00+00:00
The bowl of assam laksa – comprising of thick laksa noodles with raw onion, shredded lettuce, cucumber, pineapple pieces, and red chilli – is served in a spicy sourish mackerel fish-based broth with chunky pieces of mackerel goodness.

Ba Fang Beef Noodles 八方牛 Restaurant

Jalan Perak Taman Kheng Tian 11600 Jelutong Penang, Malaysia

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  • 2016-11-04 00:00:00+00:00
A new kid in town- the name Ba Fang Beef Noodles paints a picture; but getting your way there could be challenging. It took us some time before we could locate the exact location. The place is small with only two tables placed at the corridor but the real draw of the place is their Braised Beef Brisket and Innards. We hesitated if we should dine in as we were not convinced with the seating arrangement but we gave in nevertheless. Ba Fang Beef Noodles is located right next to Old Town White Coffee at Perak Road, Jelutong.

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Pitt Street Koay Teow Thng 椰脚粿条汤 Restaurant

183, Carnavon Street, 10100, Georgetown, Penang

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  • 2020-01-11 00:00:00+00:00
The broth was out of this world. Subtly rich with the extract from the bones.
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  • 2019-12-04 00:00:00+00:00
Here's the location.
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  • 2015-03-20 00:00:00+00:00
It was well known for it home made fish ball and the delicious clear soup. A bowl of Koay Teow Thng that consist of fish ball, pork meat, vegetable and pork lark is not quite enough to fill up your tummy, so we had 2 bowls.

Kim Leng Loh Mee 大路后金龙卤面 Restaurant

1, Jalan Perak, Jelutong, 11600 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

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  • 2017-01-19 00:00:00+00:00
Small bowl at RM 3.80 is really a good bargain. Filled with classic ingredients such as chicken feet, pig skin, pig intestine, herbal egg, special home blend garlic vinegar sauce and also chili paste. Love the starchy soup base with a bit of saltiness and sweetness to my liking as the amount of vinegar garlic is just nice and could be better if slightly stronger.
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  • 2015-07-19 00:00:00+00:00
The gravy is definitely the one that makes Kim Leng loh mee unique. The thick gravy is flavourful and gives a bit hint of sweetness. It is very inviting. Next, KayaButter love its braised eggs, very well marinated. You can add extra ingredients as you like such as the chicken legs, braised eggs, meats and internal organs. Internal organs are not KayaButter’s favourite, so we ask them to exclude that in our loh mee. Oh ya, the loh mee also comes with pork’s skin.
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  • 2012-10-25 00:00:00+00:00
Despite of its popularity, the service is prompt and the staff are very friendly. Serving from breakfast, as early as 7 am through lunch and closed on Thursdays.

Wan Tan Mee House 云吞面之家 Restaurant

327, Jalan Burma 10350 George Town Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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  • 2019-02-27 00:00:00+00:00
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.
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  • 2016-08-19 00:00:00+00:00
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.
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  • 2016-08-02 00:00:00+00:00
Here's the location.

Million Loh Mee 万能卤面 Restaurant

No.15A, Medan Angsana, Bandar Baru, 11500 Ayer Itam

想吃卤面,一定想到卤家庄! 想吃传统猪脚醋,也一定要到卤家庄! Think of Loh Mee, think of MILLION !

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  • 2014-01-01 00:00:00+00:00
The bowl contains several thin meat slices (肉片) which I feel is reasonably good. There is also some braised chicken feet (卤鸡脚), but there is little meat and I don't think it really helps in terms of flavor. Other ingredients in the gravy are a braised egg (卤蛋), pork lard (猪油渣), bean sprouts (豆芽) and fried onions. In particular, I like the use of pork lard as it gives a delightful appeal to the dish.
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  • 2013-05-06 00:00:00+00:00
This Loh Mee Outlet normally always full of customer. You might expected sharing table with other people.
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  • 2012-12-06 00:00:00+00:00
One of the best things is customers are allowed to add any chopped Garlic and Chili Paste into their noodles freely. It offers more flexibility especially to chili lovers like me.

Ah Gu Pan Mee 阿牛板面 Restaurant

97, Lorong Selamat 10400 George Town Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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  • 2018-04-20 00:00:00+00:00
南乳炸肉【RM7.80】为什么小编会点这个,因为看到很多桌都点,就try看咯!还蛮咔吱咔吱
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  • 2016-09-06 00:00:00+00:00
Ah Gu Pan Mee is not the conventional Pan Mee place that serves Pan Mee in the neighborhood; it churns out atypical but lip-smacking flavors. If you think Pan Mee can only be served with clear Anchovy broth or dressed in dark Soy sauce, think again. Ah Gu, the Pan Mee specialist is creative at churning out Pan Mee... differently, some of the notable choices include Clams Pan Mee, Scallion Pan Mee and the never-out-of-fashion Pork Lard Pan Mee. Opened in less than a month, Ah Gu has garnered an appreciate following.

Sai Toh Lim 西刀林 Restaurant

15 & 17, Lorong Ceri 6, Taman Ceri, Butterworth, 12300, Butterworth, Pulau Pinang, 12300, Malaysia

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  • 2019-05-30 00:00:00+00:00
What good here is their Koey Teow Soup, I like their Siew Bak (Roast Pork), and while my wife like their loh bak.
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  • 2015-04-18 00:00:00+00:00
Overall the food taste here is slight sweet base and dear and me realize by looking around most of the customer here is order the dry type noodle. Dear and me will came back here again to evaluate their dry type noodle.
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  • 2012-05-22 00:00:00+00:00
店内的鱼丸是卖点,粿条干及福建面干是两大主将,而鱼鳔面则是西刀林创新的自家品牌。 喜欢汤的,粿条汤和福建面也是选择之一。

AhMa PanMee - George Town 阿嫲刀麻切 Restaurant

38B Lebuh Tye Sin 10300 George Town Malaysia

What differentiates AhMa PanMee from any other Pan Mee you have tasted in town? AhMa PanMee originates from Pahang, where the roots of PanMee come from. Having the recipe passed down from one true Hakka generation to another, you will surely be able to appreciate the authentic taste of AhMa PanMee. One of the best things about AhMa PanMee is definitely the homemade hand cut noodles which is guaranteed to have the best "Q-ness" in town! We offer you a few soup base options, which are match made in heaven with the flavourful toppings. You may ask why AhMa PanMee? We are very proud of our recipe and even better, you will be able to enjoy it in a comfortable environment which will make you feel like home. Your satisfaction is our utmost happiness. Get excited with us as we are opening doors very soon, stay tuned!

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  • 2019-03-28 06:21:28+00:00
Both Hua Diao Marinated Pork Belly Rice (RM 8.90) and Hakka Style Braised Pork Rice (RM 8.90) are truly meant for carnivorous person. When the bowl of rice is served in front of you, you can practically see the glittering surface of the pork glazed by the rich sauces. On top of that, you can see there are generous quantity of pork belly served for each portion.
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  • 2018-02-11 00:00:00+00:00
Here's the location.
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  • 2017-11-24 00:00:00+00:00
Noodles are deeply rooted in our culinary consciousness, there is no one size fits all. There are a lot of varieties on offer and they can come in different size, color, shape, texture as well as flavor. Typically, Pan Mee (a type of Hakka Noodles) is served in the shape of thin, round and smooth texture but Ah Ma Pan Mee, a newly opened Pan Mee specialist at 4th Street Club (Tye Sin Street) decides to do things differently. Using traditional recipe from Pahang, the noodle joint offers Pan Mee in its own style. While the soup bases and condiments are similar, the noodles stand out. They come in irregularly fat-round shape with al-dente (slightly chewy and bouncy) texture. The menu is not big but the air-conditioned restaurant offers a comfortable dining space for hungry diners to have a quick fix; definitely a place where fans of Pan Mee should check out.

May Fong 美芳茶餐室 Restaurant

4562 Jalan Kampung Benggali Kampung Benggali 12000 Butterworth Penang

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  • 2018-08-01 00:00:00+00:00
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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  • 2017-09-04 00:00:00+00:00
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.

Go Noodle House - Gurney Plaza 有間麵館 Restaurant

170-07-02/03, Gurney Plaza Persiaran Gurney 10250 Georgetown Penang

The story of GO Noodle House revolves around the values of rela onship. At a dinner hosted by one of the co-founders in his humble home, the group of friends were impressed by the tradi onal ChaoZhou soup served by his mother. Using this family recipe, which evolved from the Qing Dynasty, as a base, the group of friends re ned the technique and set up the very rst GO Noodle House in 2014. Using superior pork broth, enhanced with premium yellow rice wine, as a base – diners can choose a variety of noodles and toppings to make a delicious and wholesome meal. A crowd favourite is GO Noodle House’s signature mi xian, which is made from pure rice our. The signature bursting meatball is also an ever present in almost every order. Aside from pork-based top- pings, guests can also choose to add on a wide variety of beef and seafood.

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  • 2018-03-09 00:00:00+00:00
I am definitely adding Go Noodles House to my favorite place to eat list, haha !
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  • 2017-01-25 00:00:00+00:00
Here's the location.
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  • 2016-11-28 00:00:00+00:00
An exceptionally popular and fairly casual noodle-specialist hailed from central Malaysia has recently expanded its business operations to Penand and has finally swung opened its doors to the public. Go Noodle House's first Penang branch is strategically located in Gurney Plaza (7th floor/ opposite to SenQ). Beelines of long queues have been spotted for the past few days. The brand has gained strong reputation in terms of quality and wallet-friendly price tags. Go Noodle House is also famed for its signature clear-soup noodles, finished with Chinese Wine. The no-frills restaurant offers a simple home-styled cooking menu that features two types of noodle dishes- Clear Soup and Pan Mee (available from Rm 9.90). We were certainly impressed with the food quality, but we thought their service level could be further improved (or perhaps, the restaurant is still new and the staff lacked of experience and training).

Seang Lim Hokkien Mee 橡陵福建面 Restaurant

105, Macalister Road, 10150, Georgetown, Penang.

A place for craving and enjoying the scrumptious and famous Hokkien Mee in Penang.

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  • 2016-06-15 03:56:11+00:00
What I do not like, and find it strange in an unpleasant way, is the minced mantis prawns. As I've mentioned, in the beginning I didn't even know it is mantis prawns. I thought it was minced meat, which also would make it a first ever for Hokkien Mee. No, it's mantis prawns. But the mantis prawns have an odd taste that is disagreeable to me. It doesn't taste fresh. Yes, that's the thing. It tastes like something that has gone bad. My wife described it as "minced meat marinated in tau joo". Maybe it is a delicacy and a speciality of this stall, but the taste puts me off.
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  • 2013-11-14 00:00:00+00:00
As a result of hours of boiling to extract the essence of the crustacean, the Mantis Prawn Hokkien Mee (Rm 6 for Small) comes in a broth with orange hue; each spoonful of this saturated broth was a burst of seafood sweetness. Every bit of it was a joy to savor. Additionally, copious amount of Mantis Prawns was added to the noodles, the crumbly yet with a slight resilient Mantis Prawns definitely amps up the flavor of dish by adding a more layered dimension. However, the place will be throng with patrons during weekends, do head to the place earlier to avoid disappointment.
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  • 2010-01-11 00:00:00+00:00
What caught my eye was this huge dummy prawn hanged on top of the stall! Just awesome gazing at it while drooling waiting to indugle a good delicous bowl of noodle.

Ah Leong Laksa Restaurant

1, Lorong Melur 16, Taman Melur, 16300, Butterworth, Penang.

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  • 2015-06-26 00:00:00+00:00
When we reached here around 2 pm, there are many customers already but we still manage to find a table. This place not only selling laksa but other Penang food such as cendol / ice kacang, chai kuey and fish balls.
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  • 2014-07-19 00:00:00+00:00
Ah Leong's signature Prawn Cracker (Rm 0.40) was simply amazing. The shattering crispiness of the Crackers can be addictive and deep fried food lovers will struggle to stop at one. To enjoy the Prawn Cracker, you can either dip it into the broth or to enjoy it with Chili Sauce.

Mey Wey Char Bee Hoon 美味炒米粉 Restaurant

2, Jalan Lima 10470 Tanjung Tokong Penang Malaysia

Mey Wey is a casual dining restaurant along Tanjung Tokong in Penang. We offer everyday fare with pleasantly affordable prices - Char Bee Hoon, Char Mee Teow, Chicken Curry, Fried Fish, Sweet Tong-sui and so on.

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  • 2017-05-17 00:00:00+00:00
Char Bee Hoon (Fried Vermicelli Noodles) has rooted deeply in the city's culinary consciousness, Penangites can have it anytime in the day- whether morning for breakfast, afternoon for lunch or between meals snack. The newly opened Mey Wey at Tanjung Tokong takes the local delicacy a step further by offering a huge variety of add-ons to it. Housed in one of the semi-D houses opposite to Daorae Korean Restaurant, Mey Wey has the standard setting of an economy rice- diners can choose their preferred add-on to top up to their choice of noodles/ rice. Prices are wallet-friendly and there are plenty of choices; good as a pit stop to recharge or fuel the late afternoon.
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  • 2017-05-15 00:00:00+00:00
The char mee done with a light touch of salt and dark soy sauce is perked up with a spoonful of chilli sauce, pickled green chillies, and toppings of fried crunchy sweet soya sticks. The noodles have a soft bite to begin with but its flavor is a nostalgia joy to the tastebud.

Giant Curry Mee 巨无霸加料咖喱面 Restaurant

Kimberley Street 10200 Georgetown Penang

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  • 2017-06-07 00:00:00+00:00
Curry Mee (otherwise known as Curry Laksa in central region) has always been one of Penangites' favorite local delicacies but the newly opened eatery along Kimberley Street offers the noodles with an upgrade. While the classic bowl of Curry Mee costs Rm 5 here, the deep pockets could go for the premium option with plenty of Seafood and Meat topped, at the price of Rm 11.50. The entire shop is dedicated to serving Curry Mee and has been drawing great attention from early risers and market-goers (right in front of the entrance to Chowrasta Market- Kimberley Street entrance). Curry Mee enthusiasts might welcome the idea but we'd like to think otherwise, perhaps a bowl of delicious-classic Curry Mee is good enough for us.

Duo Fu Noodle House 多福面馆 Restaurant

No. 5A, Union Street 10200 Georgetown Penang

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Great food and fair price
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  • 2019-11-27 00:00:00+00:00
The meal-ender, Sze Chuan Cheng Du Home-made Pudding on the other hand, was refreshing and tummy-pleasing. The Pudding was silky smooth and lightly sweetened while the juicy pulps offered a burst of acidic yogurt; both complemented each other well, quite an interesting twist to end the meal.

AhMa PanMee - Bayan Lepas 阿嫲刀麻切 Restaurant

5-G-26, Promenade, Persiaran Mahsuri Bayan Baru 11900 Bayan Lepas Penang

What differentiates AhMa PanMee from any other Pan Mee you have tasted in town? AhMa PanMee originates from Pahang, where the roots of PanMee come from. Having the recipe passed down from one true Hakka generation to another, you will surely be able to appreciate the authentic taste of AhMa PanMee. One of the best things about AhMa PanMee is definitely the homemade hand cut noodles which is guaranteed to have the best "Q-ness" in town! We offer you a few soup base options, which are match made in heaven with the flavourful toppings. You may ask why AhMa PanMee? We are very proud of our recipe and even better, you will be able to enjoy it in a comfortable environment which will make you feel like home. Your satisfaction is our utmost happiness. Get excited with us as we are opening doors very soon, stay tuned!

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  • 2020-02-23 00:00:00+00:00
Overall the food here, i would say is just average, nothing special to shout about but i like dining here because their food is acceptable, environment is comfortable and service is good.
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  • 2019-03-14 00:00:00+00:00
Every bowl of Pan Mee here is enjoyable thanks to fresh ingredients. You can taste it on your own, the al-dente noodles with unique texture, and coupled with all sorts of ingredients make the Pan Mee a comfort food to have during lunch or dinner.
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  • 2018-10-21 00:00:00+00:00
AhMa PanMee 阿嫲刀麻切 has a new branch at Promenade. Here's the location.

Tung Kee 董記鮑魚粿條湯 Restaurant

75, Jalan Sri Bahari 10050 Georgetown Penang

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  • 2017-04-15 00:00:00+00:00
Here's the location.
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  • 2016-12-02 00:00:00+00:00
What happens if one of the local favorites- Koay Teow Th'ng got an upgrade? Find it out at Tung Kee Abalone Koay Teow Th'ng at Sri Bahari Road, a newly opened restaurant housed in one of the latest heritage-restoration projects in town. The Koay Teow Th'ng specialist boasts over its Abalone Koay Teow Th'ng or similar posh-offering... the lavish upgrade consists of Seafood wholesomeness and a heaps of meat. But everything comes with a price and that theory applies to Tung Kee's Koay Teow Th'ng as well, a basic bowl of Koay Teow Th'ng costs Rm 8.90 here while the premium ones would cost Rm 13.90 and Rm 35.90. As far as ambiance is concerned, the place is fully air conditioned with comfortable seating space.

Weng Kei 荣记烧腊 Restaurant

167A, Lebuh Carnavon 10100 Georgetown Penang

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  • 2018-10-02 00:00:00+00:00
The plate of barbeque pork and roasted pork is a sight to behold. The slices of meat are cut into a good bite size, thick enough to taste. The nicely caramelised barbeque pork imbued with flavors and aromas is apparently big hits with diners. The Chinese wine and many types of marinating spices provided an interesting play of taste and flavors to the tender and tasty meat.
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  • 2018-07-02 00:00:00+00:00
But the fact that it is still standing strong today proves one thing- they have garnered an appreciate following with superior food quality. It has a restricted menu.... it only offers an array of Roast meat... served with springy Wan Ton Mee (no Rice is served if you must know) as well as Porridge. One of the places that I would like to go for a casual, meat-licious meal.

T&T Prawn Mee Shop 蝦麵之家 Restaurant

117-127 Lorong Selamat 10400 George Town Pulau Pinang Malaysia

Hokkien yee mee claypoy style only available at T&t prawn mee shop

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  • 2016-09-11 00:00:00+00:00
No visit to Penang is ever complete without sampling the plethora of hawker food. If Penang Hokkien Mee is your preference, a place worth exploring is T&T Prawn Mee Shop. Situated on Lorong Selamat in George Town, Penang, the shop is run by Catherine Tang and husband Terence Tiow. The family outlet showcase a recipe of Hokkien Mee soup (popularly known as prawn mee) handed down from Catherine’s father, C. K. Tang who also runs a hokkien mee stall.

Mai Thanh Restaurant

318, Ground Floor, Jalan CY Choy 10300 Pulau Pinang

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  • 2020-02-12 00:00:00+00:00
The Grilled Beef Noodles on the other hand, fared better than the Pho. The seasoning was spot on and with the tangy-spicy Vietnamese dipping sauce, the flavor-combo worked for us.

Oneh Char Hor Fun 黑呢面食 Restaurant

Jalan Perak 11600 George Town Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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  • 2019-10-30 00:00:00+00:00
Personally, we enjoyed the char scent imparted by the chef to the fried rice, and presence of tiny char siew pieces and fried shallots further elevated its aroma. Pour in the nice sambal to introduce a subtle heat component makes the fried rice even more enjoyable.

TomYam Taste 東炎味 Restaurant

29-1-26, The Golden Triangle Jalan Paya Terubong Relau 11900 Bayan Lepas Penang

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  • 2019-09-25 00:00:00+00:00
Here's the location.

Whollycow Restaurant

108, Jalan Burma 10050 George Town Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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  • 2018-11-06 00:00:00+00:00
Wholly Cow's signature Gu Bak Koay Teow is exactly how one would expect a bowl of delicious classic Beef Noodles would taste like. The broth was amazing.... with a robust meat flavor. The accompanying Sprouts and Lettuce offered a juicy crunch to the noodles. But the real draw was the home-made Chili dip... with a strong fiery punch. Also, there was not much oil swimming in the broth so I guess that's a plus for me

Ipoh Curry Mee Restaurant

667 G Jalan Pepper Estate 11200 Tanjung Bungah Penang

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  • 2016-07-20 00:00:00+00:00
We noticed most diners had their Ipoh Curry Mee on our visit, we were probably the only table that had both Koay Teow Th'ng and Ipoh Curry Mee. The broth of the Ipoh Curry Mee seems to be rather diluted in flavor but creamier than usual. It lacked of the salty-element and the overall taste was compromised. Fragrance-wise was alright but the lack of salinity spoilt the overall taste. Meat lovers can satisfy their crave for meat at additional cost of Rm 4.50... to top some home-made Roasted Pork Belly. Their Koay Teow Th'ng on the other hand, was mediocre. Both flavor and texture of the Koay Teow did not stand out, unlikely a bowl of Koay Teow Th'ng that could leave me a deep impression. I'd give it a miss if I were you.

Wei Liang Coffee Shop Restaurant

48 & 50, Jalan Kuala Kangsar, 10450, Georgetown, Penang

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  • 2017-04-03 00:00:00+00:00
Having been in business for years, Wei Liang is certainly a local favorite; the Chinese-noodle joint is constantly crowded and never falls short of customers. Gourmands who are in the know will make their way there for their braised Beef Brisket Noodle, an incredibly tasty Cantonese-influenced delight that is uncommon in Penang. But it does not really matter if you are not a big fan of Beef, their Pork Rib Noodle and Pork Leg Noodle are good enough to please any stubborn palates. A series setback is however, the odd business hours... probably meant for early risers, the owner started the day early and the noodles often sold out by noon; so the best time is visit is probably in the early morning. Wei Liang Coffee Shop can be found at Jalan Kuala Kangsar, a short road right next to Kimberley Street and Keng Kwee Street.

Mee Goreng Servis Road Restaurant

59, Jalan Servis 10050 George Town Pulau Pinang

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  • 2018-05-30 00:00:00+00:00
Both Mee Goreng and Bihun Goreng are a tad moist which gives a more sleek finishing, and it is spicy to enjoy. For RM 4 only, the generous portion of noodles serve well to satiate the empty stomach.