One of the best places, we've been told, for a Hainanese chicken rice meal.
Sri Siam has got the locals swarming like bees to honey or in this case, their fish head curry.
Proclaiming to be the first kopitiam rooted in an arts and photography concept in Penang.
The brand behind the commercialized pearl milk tea beverages we all know and love today.
This cafe is a dining extension of Penang Entrepreneur Counseling Society (PECS).
Located on Jalan Tanjung Tokong, this food court offers a range of food from curry mee to chicken rice.
Grab a bite of nostalgia at this 1970s ice cream stall on Lebuh Armenian.
Shariff Nasi Kandar is still considerably cheap and largely portioned with aims to satisfy.
Their expertise in Moghul cooking spans over two decades long.
Get comfy, loosen the belt and enjoy the flavourful chicken tikka masala and lamb curry.