Street Food Restaurants in Malaysia – 23 Restaurants
Medan Selera Mutiara is another popular hawker center in Tanjung Bunga, Penang with many tasty hawker food. The stalls are managed by various races of hawkers, each renowned for its specialty. It also offers other variety such as Western Food, Satay and Burger.
The typical Penang style of crowding around the stall to dip the skewers into the boiling water, and eating while standing. Quite a good selection and very cheap too!
You can choose your favourite ingredients and the stall owner will deep fried it on the spot for you. Open air dining next to the road. When rain, you have to carry your own food and find shelter at the nearest Mc Donalds.
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That’s all for now. Will try other food in future.
The braised beef is then topped on your chosen noodles with some soup broth. You can opt for either the thick or thin Wan Than Mee noodles.
Serves the worst char kuey teow ever in Penang & overpriced too. If you think char kuey tiaw can't go wrong in Penang, then try this stall at your peril !
Basically the Chee Cheong Fun looked like any normal ones you can get from the streets but this version had some surimi crab sticks and fresh prawns wrapped in them. Upon each order, these pre-prepared rolls would be dipped into batter and deep fried until golden brown. Prior to serving, you have an option of two sauces such as mayonnaise and KL rojaksauce.