Category Archives: Food

Subway Restaurant Branches In Penang

Subway restaurants in Malaysia have grown in popularity in recent years. It is arguably the world’s largest submarine sandwich chain. Submarine sandwich is cold or hot sandwich made from cylindrical-shaped bread split lengthwise and filled with meat, fish, cheese, vegetables and sauces. Subway prides itself in serving nutritious and healthy fast food sandwiches. In the US, it occasionally… Read More »

Chok Kee Porridge Cafe, Georgetown, Penang

Chok Kee Porridge Cafe is a humble eatery in the heart of Georgetown, Penang. It serves Cantonese-style porridge. The shop is located at Lebuh Kimberley (Address: 188, Lebuh Kimberley, 10200 Georgetown, Penang. Tel: 016-4800659). Chok Kee Porridge stall used to be located at Lebuh Cintra, before moving to its current shop house. The most famous porridge at Chok… Read More »

Waterfall Cafe At Penang Botanic Gardens

Visitors to the Penang Botanic Gardens will be familiar with Waterfall Cafe, a popular eatery near the entrance of the gardens. Its address is: Jalan Kebun Bunga, 10350 Georgetown, Penang. Tel: 012-4525580. Many popular Malaysian food are served at Waterfall Cafe, such as roti canai, capati, tosai, fried bihun, nasi lemak, nasi goreng, chicken burger, mutton burger and… Read More »

Pulau Tikus Kitchen – Chinese Restaurant In Pulau Tikus, Penang

Pulau Tikus Kitchen is a Chinese restaurant located along Jalan Burmah (Address: 236, Jalan Burmah, 10350 Georgetown, Penang. Tel: 016-4142234 / 016-4619961). It is right beside Arcadia Florist. There is a picture of a crab in front of the restaurant, but it is not a full-fledged seafood restarant. The food served at Pulau Tikus Kitchen are the types… Read More »

Enjoy Cantonese-Style Porridge At Kafe Yee Sung Kai Chok

Fancy having a meal of Cantonese-style porridge (congee)? Make your way to Kafe Yee Sung Kai Chok in Cintra Street (Address: 36, Lebuh Cintra, 10200 Georgetown, Penang. Tel: 012-4545188). Kafe Yee Sung Kai Chok has a long history operating in Cintra Street, as far back as the 1950s. It is now a 3rd-generation family business, with a shop… Read More »

Winter Warmers Branches In Penang

Winter Warmers Coffee & Tea House is well known for its peace and tranquil environment for enjoying English teas. The table setting and decorations are unique in a sense that it creates a feeling of English luxury. Apart from tea, Winter Warmers also serves many types of coffee and Western food. Want to enjoy a meal or drink… Read More »

Kedai Makanan Seong Huat, Georgetown, Penang

Kedai Makanan Seong Huat (formerly known as Larut Cafe) is a hawker centre in Georgetown, Penang (Address: 1, Jalan Larut, 10050 Georgetown, Penang. Tel: 04-2264312). The coffee shop is located at the junction of Jalan Bawasah and Jalan Larut, within a couple of minutes’ walking distance from Hotel Royal Penang. There are many hawker stalls within Kedai Makanan… Read More »

Enjoy Taiwanese Food At KoChaBi Taiwan Cuisine, Georgetown, Penang

If you are craving for Taiwanese food in Penang, it is a good idea to visit KoChaBi Taiwan Cuisine in Georgetown (Address: 229, Jalan Burmah, 10450 Georgetown, Penang. Tel: 04-2275048). The restaurant has been serving Taiwanese cuisine for years, one of the popular places in the Taiwanese food scene in Penang. Most of the popular Taiwanese dishes are… Read More »

Chin Bee Tea & Restaurant, Georgetown, Penang

Chin Bee Tea & Restaurant is a hidden gem of a restaurant, located in the heart of Georgetown, Penang. The small restaurant/tea house is located along Lebuh Noordin, or commonly known as “Ji Tiau Lor” (2nd Street) to the local Hokkien-speaking community (Address: 124, Lebuh Noordin, 10300 Georgetown, Penang. Tel: 04-2611761). What makes this place special is that… Read More »

Gurney Food Hall At Gurney Plaza

Gurney Food Hall is the new food court within Gurney Plaza, officially launched on 15 October 2020. It is located on the 4th floor of Gurney Plaza. The Gurney Food Hall was designed to reflect the various elements found in Penang, starting with the Esplanade which symbolizes the seaside, the Port which symbolizes the trading market, the industrial… Read More »