The most ordered dishes are the fish steamboat, the four treasures, the suckling piglet and the shark finís soup.
Highlights from its Chinese and Cantonese menu include the crispy Peking duck with pancakes.
Their signatures are the fish slices and the prawns netted out straight from their tanks.
It's one of the oldest Teochew restaurants in Penang has been in operation for more than fifty years.
A fool-proof method of seeking out good places to eat is to simply judge it by how packed it is.
One of the more popular Chinese restaurants in Pulau Tikus
Chinís Stylish actually serves modern Hunan and Sichuan-inspired cuisine and the chefs are imported from Beijing.
One of Penangís most famous and oldest seafood restaurants that still packs the crowds in.
The atmosphere is quick paced and the quality of the dim sum is sufficiently high, attracting a loyal legion of followers.
Their mutton sheesh kebab, Hyderabad chicken and palak butter masala all come highly recommended.