Despite the house's kerabu speciality, we prefer the grilled brinjals with tangy sambal.
The most ordered dishes are the fish steamboat, the four treasures, the suckling piglet and the shark finís soup.
Elegant, clever twists of Australian-style cooking and Asian flavours that we enjoy thoroughly.
Nona Bali is touted as the real deal and we truly enjoyed their crispy duck above all.
Ah Guan has been flipping this crispy local confectionery for almost five decades.
Serving a wide range of deep fried Indian snacks from crispy samosa to vadai.
Run by two elderly Lee sisters,this stall comes highly recommended for a bowl of curry mee.
Rustic and trendy in style, this cafe is growing in popularity among the young Penangites.
The owner who manned this popular stall has been flipping roti canai for decades.
This tapas restaurant and bar is a popular spot on Weld Quay and we recommend their paella.