There is only one reason to head to Ho Ping Coffee Shop – the bak moi (pork rice porridge).
Its down to earth ambience doesn't reflect the satisfying flavours of their Hainanese dishes, we discovered.
Their signatures are the fish slices and the prawns netted out straight from their tanks.
This place is not only famous for steaming pots of steamboat but also satay and other local favourites.
This place is known for their authentic serving of Hainanese chicken rice.
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.
A place with history, the Double Dragon Inn is eager to feed its patrons with the best of Cantonese fare.
This family-run business can trace its popularity to its passed down bak chang recipe.
Chin’s Stylish actually serves modern Hunan and Sichuan-inspired cuisine and the chefs are imported from Beijing.