Penang Kimberly Street Koay Teow Th’ng

Kuay Teow Th’ng @ Kimberly Street

This road side store located along Kimberly Street near the crowded coffee shops (opposite the famous Kuay Chap).

Their Kuay Teow Th’ng is quite plain and not oily. The fish balls, thinly sliced meats and liver are just perfect match.

Other than this, they also sell the brasied Chicken Feet in dark soy, Braised Intestines, Chicken Gizzard and Liver. In fact, the dark soy sauce if mixed with the Koay Teow will give you another sensation of taste.

Add: Along Kimberly Street
Business hours: 1830 – 2200

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Penang Ah Wang Cafe

Ah Wang Cafe @ Tanjong Tokong

This Chinese runs coffee shop is located at the local food court inside the Malay kampong before the Tua Pek Kong Seafood.

They serve tasty Roti Bakar with threr different kind of bread; namely the normal bread, bangali bread and bun. The well spread mixture of Kaya and Butter on the breads after toasted are great to be eaten hot! Order the half boiled eggs will go well with the toasts! Their coffee is great too!

Add: Jalan Tokong Thua Peh Kong, Tanjong Tokong
Business hours: 12:00 – 19:00 (close on Sunday)

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Penang Transfer Road Nasi Padang

Nasi Padang @ Transfer Road

This is a popular place for nasi padang in Penang. It is a very old coffee shop with “International Hotel” on top of it.

They serve many variety of dishes, from various raw vegetables (ulam) with home made sambal or kicap chili sauce, to many different types of curries. Chicken curry, fish curry and chili cuttlefish. They have many type of fishes with deep fried, vegetables gravy etc. And most prominently will be the Deep Fried Fish with Onion, the most favorite dish of thr shop.

Add: Along Transfer Road before the junction of Argyll Road
Business hours: Daily 1100 – 1900 (if there are still dishes available)

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Penang Kashmir Restaurant

Kashmir Restaurant @ Penang Road

The authentic North Indian restaurant has been operating at the basement of Oriental Hotel at Penang Road (opposite the famous Odeon cinema during the 80s) since 1984!

Today they still run the business there with addition of the ground floor. Business is still good with the local and foreign tourists. The location is perfectly situated at the center of Georgetown in between the junction of Upper Penang Road, Chulia Street and Leith Street.

The foods served are fantastic and very authentic. To start off with your meal, some samosa and  vegatables pakora are perfect with the dipping sauces of mint and tamarind.

The Tandoori Chicken is a must try as they were tenderly prepared and very juicy. The chicken drumsticks are Tandoor-ly oven-grilled to perfection with little burned marks yet fiercefully red colored with all spices. Top with some fresh onion and lime, they are very deliciously tempting and miuth watering!

There are many variety of curries to choose from with chicken, fish, mutton or vegetables, which goes well with the various types of Naans from the plain to garlic. The Prawns Masala are fresh and the Muttons Dopiaza are so tender and soft. The Dhal Palak, a mixture of lentils, spinach, beancurd and other ingredient, is tasteful and non spicy.

Their yogurt drinks, Lassi, will go well with all the heaty and spicy curry.

Price wise, it could be the most expensive in Penang among the indian cuisines. I would consider it as the finest dining of the North Indian cuisine in Penang.

Add: 105, Penang Road
Tel: +604 263 7411
Business Hour: 1100 – 0000

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