Run by two elderly Lee sisters,this stall comes highly recommended for a bowl of curry mee.
Living up to Penang's street food cred, this stall is popular for its authentic assam laksa.
The owner who manned this popular stall has been flipping roti canai for decades.
As the name suggests, be prepared to queue no less than 30 minutes for your turn.
What merits the stall's popularity and volume of customers is their stir-fry technique using..
Sup Hameed is renowned for its soups, not just for the wide variety that it offers
This stall serves an iced rose-tinted drink of basil seeds, sugar syrup and coconut flesh.
Shariff Nasi Kandar is still considerably cheap and largely portioned with aims to satisfy.
Slightly smaller than your regular food courts, Fong Sheng houses one of the best Lor Mee in town.
One of the best places, we've been told, for a Hainanese chicken rice meal.