Opened in 1907, they're the oldest restaurant in Penang. Read our review on their curries.
Owner M.M. Abdul Jaafar and his son also serve charcoal toasted roti and local coffee for breakfast.
There's no better place for chapati than Maj.
Many hawker food connoisseur swear by the mee goreng and Hokkien mee in this coffee shop.
Living up to Penang's street food cred, this stall is popular for its authentic assam laksa.
Don’t expect excellent service when the tables are full but the fried chicken is undoubtedly one of..
Their version of koay teow th'ng is traditionally garnished with slivers of pork, eel balls and..
Founded in the 1950s, grab a refreshing bowl of cendol and join the locals on the sidewalk.
Just drive up to the stall, holler your order and they’ll have it delivered to your car.
When you pedal along the Teluk Bahang stretch, remember to stop at this lonesome yet large roti jala..