Compared to its other froyo competitors, it seems to be the most value-for-money joint.
Michelangelo’s deserves better than to be dismissed as just another feeding trough for hungry shoppers.
Don’t expect excellent service when the tables are full but the fried chicken is undoubtedly one of the best in town.
There is only one reason to head to Ho Ping Coffee Shop – the bak moi (pork rice porridge).
Diners often wait at least 45 minutes before being served, but the authentic Hokkien food is worth it.
Order the mee udang. With its juicy prawns and lip-smacking broth, this dish is unforgettable.
This family-run business can trace its popularity to its passed down bak chang recipe.
With RM50 in hand, you can get a cup of Kopi Luwak here.
A pairing of the typical, roadside Penang fare with the comfort of a clean, sheltered food court
Doubles as a heritage site for tourists and locals to visit, and a restaurant