This self-proclaimed ‘biggest restaurant in Penang’ has a menu to match which includes pig trotters and crispy duck.
Highlights from its Chinese and Cantonese menu include the crispy Peking duck with pancakes.
This seafood restaurant in Teluk Bahang has some liking it while others not but it's still a popular spot with regulars.
Owner M.M. Abdul Jaafar and his son also serve charcoal toasted roti and local coffee for breakfast.
Olio has ceased operations until further notice.
Main Street Café is the 24-hour default go to place for your late hour cravings.
Their signature bowl of beef kuay teow is the reason why patrons fill the tables
Koca offers steamboat lunch and dinner buffets in a comfortable, air-conditioned environment.
Serving classic chinese hawker delicacies at its best including their famous laksa
Their freshly cooked, reasonably priced seafood keeps people coming back for more.