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Places we have written about.

The Mermaid Cafe at Lorong Macalister

Classic ikan bakar with a modern twist of western fusion. Expect some fresh, delicious seafoods from this cafe.

Breakfast From the Barn at Pallet Garden Cafe

Their lamb sausages are surprisingly good, and so are those crispy bacons! 😍

Uncle Koay Teow Th'ng at Lebuh Cintra

If we must really put a ranking for the best koay teow thng in Penang, this stall would be the number one on our list.

Coco Island at Gurney Drive

The cooling sea breeze and cheap ice cold beer has definitely made this one of the best place for happy hours!

Tang Xi Prawn Curry at Siam Road

Minced Pork Noodles and toast breakfast

Bak Kut Teh at Coffee Island

Both the soup and dry version Bak Kut Teh are equally good with unique taste and flavours.

Caffeine Chemistry Coffee at Nagore Road

This is by far one of the best handcrafted gelato and waffles in Penang

Have a Seat Cafe at Tanjung Tokong

You'll be so overloaded with cuteness and good foods here!

Aki Pancake at Lip Sin Super Tanker

Tomyam flavoured melted cheese pancake! 😍

Laksa Bisu at Air Itam Market Food Court

In fact, many finds the laksa here more consistent than the famous one opposite.

Wan Tan Mee House at Pulau Tikus

The deep fried wantan is one of the highlight that you must try.

Beng Kee Bak Kut Teh at Old Green House

This is a great supper place for night owls as they're open till late!

Lao Fu Zi Bak Kut Teh, Penang

Don't say we didn't warn you about their meat floss vegetable!

Lum Lai Duck Meat Koay Teow Th'ng at Cecil Street Market

Order a side of duck drumstick and you won't regret for its tender-soft and juicy meats.

Pitt Street Koay Teow Th'ng at Carnarvon

Though they are well-known for their eel fish balls, we find the handmade pork fillets are the real star here!

Loh Kei Duck Meat Koay Teow Th'ng at Jalan Perak

Come earlier to avoid disappointments! They are sold out quite early!

Bridge Street (C.Y Choy Road) Hokkien Mee

The clear soup here is prepared with generous amount of pork bones and fresh prawns.

Ah Mei Hokkien Mee at New Cathay Coffee Shop

Be sure to get here early to avoid the hassle of nabbing an empty seat.

Village Fish Head Bee Hoon at Weld Quay

Nothing beats a warm bowl of fish soup noodles

Green House Hokkien Mee at Burma Road

Rich, sweet and spicy prawn broth with a lot of addons to go with.

Claypot Hokkien Mee at T&T Prawn Noodle House

Though it may sound a little fancy, their prawn broth are definitely as authentic as you can find.

Food Master Bak Kut Teh at The Shark Food Court

Price is slightly on the high side, but we must say the quality does speak for itself.

Khoon Klang Bak Kut Teh at Perak Road

Their 3 Taste Tofu is another food ninja approved MUST eat dish!

Wantan Mee at Argyll Road

They have the sweetest broth that we tasted so far!

Hong Kee Bamboo Wantan Mee at Campbell Street

This is a MUST EAT place in Penang if you're craving for a good bowl of Wantan Mee!

Ah Hock Wantan Mee at Lebuh Melayu

The sambal is a must to go with the specialty wantan mee!

Curry Mee at New Cathay Kopitiam

They are also known as the Lorong Kuching Curry Mee by the locals

Duck Blood Curry Mee at Burma Road

You might want to be careful with the chili, it's really spicy!

Hot Bowl White Curry Mee at Rangoon Road

The Hainanese poached chicken are extremely tender and juicy!

Curry Mee at Lorong Seratus Tahun

The star here is actually the dark colored chili paste

Tua Pui Curry Mee at Kimberly Street

Well, there's quite a few addons for a bowl of curry mee

Duck Egg Char Koay Teow at New Lane

We find it just average

Duck Egg Char Koay Teow at Gottlieb Road

For extra creaminess, we again recommend you to ask for a duck egg upgrade!

Asam Laksa at Taman Emas Kopitiam, Gottlieb Road

It goes really well with fried spring rolls offered by the same stall

Weng Kei Wantan Mee at Carnarvon Street

Ask for slightly 'fatter' charsiew if you prefer more tender and juiciness

Ah Soon Char Koay Teow at Hillside

The is the best char koay teow in Tanjung Bunga!

888 Hokkien Mee at Lebuh Presgrave

The thick flavourful prawn broth will definitely keep you coming back for more.

Ah Wang Cafe at Tanjung Tokong

Time for some traditional kaya butter toast and Hainanese coffee

Asam Laksa at Air Itam, Penang

Spicy sour fish stock soup 😍

Aji Noren at Prima Tanjung, Penang

Good foods, cozy place and there's even a comic corner!

Paya Terubong Nasi Lemak at Air Itam

On a good day, this stall can sell as much as 800 packets of Nasi Lemak!

Prawn Fritters & Lor Bak at Tan Jetty

One of the best lor bak and prawn fritters in town!

Lor Bak at Kheng Pin Cafe

Best Loh Bak in Penang Island

Sister Curry Mee at Air Itam

Ask for the extra chili cuttle fish!

Super Hokkien Mee at One Corner Cafe

Just an average Penang Hokkien Mee

Bark Thong Hokkien Mee at Burma Road

The strong flavoured prawn soup will get you all drenched in sweats even before mixing in the chili paste.

Joo Leong Cafe at Sungai Tiram

Morning or evening, they are equally nice!

Red Hat Lady Char Koay Teow at Lorong Selamat

If you can't find the stall, just look for the lady with a red Parisian painter hat

Char Koay Teow at Siam Road

The average wait time here is about one and a half hour, but we're going to tell you it's worth it!

Ah Leng Char Koay Teow, Penang

The prawns here are extremely bouncy and the extra creaminess from duck egg is yummm!

Apom Chooi at Burma Road

Did you know that he's the elder brother of Apom Guan?

Apom Guan at Burma Road

Bite size sweetness and the cheeky uncle

Coffee Lane at Chulia Street

Finest Coffee in Penang

Huey & Wah Cafe at Belissa Row

They're more than just marshmallows

Penang Road Laksa at Lebuh Keng Kwee

Penang's Signature Laksa

Tiger Char Koay Teow at Carnarvon Street

The duck egg version is a must try!

Kim Laksa in Balik Pulau

It also goes really well with spring rolls!

Ali Nasi Lemak in Sri Weld Food Court

Authentic Nasi Lemak with coconut fragrance

Koay Teow Th'ng at Sri Nibong Cafe

The flavours from the fried pork lards, enormous amount of minced meat and egg yolk will keep you coming back for more.

Thai Shop at Jalan Hutton

The juicy Moo Pings are not to miss! 😍

Penang Road Famous Teow Chew Cendol at Lebuh Keng Kwee

So is it cendol, chendol or chendul?

Wai Kee Char Siew at Chulia Street

The Lonely Planet has called this place a real "gem".