Their mutton sheesh kebab, Hyderabad chicken and palak butter masala all come highly recommended.
The owner who manned this popular stall has been flipping roti canai for decades.
What merits the stall's popularity and volume of customers is their stir-fry technique using charcoal flames.
Nasi Kandar Line Clear is one of the oldest nasi kandar eateries still standing.
As the name suggests, be prepared to queue no less than 30 minutes for your turn.
Opened in 1907, they're the oldest restaurant in Penang. Read our review on their curries.
Ah Guan has been flipping this crispy local confectionery for almost five decades.
This stall serves an iced rose-tinted drink of basil seeds, sugar syrup and coconut flesh.
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.