It is the place of conciliation of all the delicacies one should try from Penang.
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.
888 Hokkien Mee has had an ardent following and a reputation for its Hokkien mee amongst Penangites.
This sprawling, noisy dim sum coffee shop is a popular weekend hunt.
Known for its abalones and superior shark's fins cooked in Thai style with scallops.
Chinís Stylish actually serves modern Hunan and Sichuan-inspired cuisine and the chefs are imported from Beijing.
Short of whales and sharks, Bali Hai pretty much lives up to its motto of Ďif it swims, we have ití.