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Pulau Tikus Hawker Centre – Wide selection of lok lok skewers!

On our last night in Penang, we went to Pulau Tikus Hawker Centre for our last supper. One week in Penang just flew by in an instant! I’m so going to miss all these good food we had. And of course, thank you to my readers for following me on my Penang food journey for […]

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Hot Bowl White Curry Mee | One of the best curry mee in Penang

After spending the morning at Penang Hill where we enjoyed a cool respite from the hot weather, we headed to Hot Bowl White Curry Mee @ Jalan Rangoon for lunch. Yes, you read it right. It is white curry mee, which is a unique dish that Penang has. We were here at peak lunch time […]

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Bao Sheng Durian Farm | 2D1N Durian Farm Stay | Penang

The first time I heard about Bao Sheng Durian Farm was when I watched a travel program on TV. Hence during our trip to Penang, I thought I would include a 2D1N durian farm stay in our itinerary. Just so we could experience life in the countryside. And at the same time, we could know […]

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7-Eleven Hawker Fiesta | Ready-To-Eat Hawker Meals

Checking out the convenience stores in other cities is something that I would definitely do when travelling. It’s just interesting to know and see what range of food offerings each city has because it’s always different in every place. Convenience stores around the world America – Fancy some late night snacking on hotdogs, burgers and […]

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Keng Lan Huat Wantan Mee – Probably the cheapest in Penang!

Started our Day 5 in Penang early as we only had this morning left in George Town before we checked out of our hotel. Going for a durian farm stay at Balik Pulau later in the day. So excited! Woohoo! Decided to have a quick breakfast at this wantan mee place that was located very […]

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Hock Seng Rojak – Famed for its thick & gooey rojak paste

After our little kueh kueh tea break at Moh Teng Pheow Nyonya Koay, we visited a Penangite Chinese friend to check out her very pretty ‘Secret Garden’. Checking out a local resident’s secret garden She didn’t just have green fingers but I thought she was really creative to use/recycle everyday items such as flip-flops, boots, […]

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New Lane Hawker Centre | Lorong Baru | Penang

We came by New Lane Hawker Centre at Lorong Baru around 9pm for supper. It was super busy and crowded during this time. Had to search and wait for quite some time before we could get an available table. New Lane Hawker Centre – Operating Hours New Lane Hawker Centre operates from 4pm to 10pm […]

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Tan Jetty (姓陈桥) – One of the Six Remaining Clan Jetties of Penang

The clan jetties and their floating villages are some of the most popular places of interest in Penang. These villages that were built on stilts over water were established in the 19th century when Chinese immigrants came to Malaysia. Currently, there are six such jetties left in Penang. Five of them are differentiated by surnames […]

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Ah Leng Char Koay Teow (亚龙炒粿条) at Restoran Tong Hooi | Penang

When I told Mervin that I wanted to go Siam Road for Charcoal Char Koay Teow, he asked me if I was prepared to wait for 1.5 – 2 hours. Well, not really as we had a jam-packed itinerary ahead of us. Even if I had the luxury of time, I probably still wouldn’t wait […]

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Ah Koo’s Hokkien Mee at Classic Cafe | Penang

Rise and shine on our third day in Penang. Our local foodie friend, Mervin brought us to Classic Cafe at Jalan Perak to try this popular Ah Koo’s Hokkien Mee. The kopitiam is located opposite Padang Brown Hawker Centre, which is also one of the locals’ favourite makan destinations. Many local residents would wake up […]

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Ali Nasi Lemak – The Best Nasi Lemak in Penang

Headed back to George Town for more makan action right after our tour of Kek Lok Si Temple. Since coming to Penang, I found a new love i.e. nasi lemak. Especially those ordinary looking ones wrapped in banana leaves that come with to-die-for sambal chilli. My goodness, why is nasi lemak in Penang so shiok […]

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Air Itam Laksa (亚依淡叻沙) | Possibly the best in Penang

After trying the extra long fried dough fritters at Te Chang You Tiao Wang, we headed back to the Air Itam Market area for a bowl of assam laksa at the popular Air Itam Laksa place. Both the locals and tourists love their assam laksa because they have been serving up authentic Penang laksa since […]

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Te Chang You Tiao Wang (特长油条王) | Penang

From Sister Curry Mee, we took a 10-minute walk along Jalan Paya Terubong to get to Te Chang You Tiao Wang, which specialises in fried dough fritters. As its name suggests, they don’t just make dough fritters, they make extra long ones. Their you tiao is approximately 14 inches long i.e. almost the length of […]

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Tiger Char Koay Teow | Penang

On Day 2 of our Penang makan trip, we had an early breakfast of CKT at Tiger Char Koay Teow, which was located in Ping Hooi Cafe on Carnarvon Street. They opened for business at 7.30am but only operated for about 6 hours. So if you want to include Tiger Char Koay Teow in your […]

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Joo Hooi Cafe (愉園茶室) | Penang

If you’ve been to Penang before, you’ve probably tried Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul @ Lebuh Keng Kwee. It’s the most well-known chendol in Penang. Their chendol is one of the top things that I miss the most after each trip to Penang. Even though they have outlets in Johor Bahru, the taste isn’t the […]

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Tuai Pui Curry Mee (大肥咖喱面) | Penang

We are off to Penang for a week’s worth of non-stop eating action! ✈️ Woohoo! If you’ve been following my blog, you probably would have read my previous posts on Penang, which is one of my favourite places to visit in Malaysia. Besides cafe-hopping, enjoying local eats and getting snapshots of street art, there are […]

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