Recommended Restaurants in Penang – Editor's Pick, based on foodies' reviews
On top of this hill, is a charming restaurant in a bungalow named David Brown’s Restaurant & Tea Terrace. It is a restaurant with indoor and alfresco dining area whereby you can enjoy an afternoon tea along a pond with cool fresh air.
enqvist posted www.tasteiest.com 222 Reviews
Roast Rack of Lamb RM68, honestly this is the best dish for me. The rack is perfectly cook to soft and succulent, not chewy and full of flavor.
Lorong Seratus Tahun is one of the places where you can find most of the famous Penang food.
Pohkemon posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 197 ReviewsGood
Lorong Seratus Tahun curry mee is slightly mild and the taste is very depend on their homemade chilli paste. The best part is you can control the taste by yourself. I think I add in too many chilli end up quite spicy.
Hokkien Mee is one of the best hawker delicacies in Penang. Go early for the hokkien mee or otherwise you will need to wait very long for your bowl of mee. Ask for the pork lard to go with the hokkien mee. You definitely won’t be disappointed by the crispiness of it. The hokkien mee usually sold out before 11am.
carene19 posted lovewinter19.blogspot.com 78 ReviewsSuperb
The 40 minutes awaited hokkien mee doesn't fail my expectation. A great breakfast complemented with wide selection of Nyonya Kuih Muih at One Corner Cafe
This restaurant actually is a fishing store with a small dining area beside it which caters for those customers came for fishing. You can get fresh seafood around Gertak Sanggul area as it's just next to the sea.
enqvist posted www.tasteiest.com 222 Reviews
Not only the seafood is awesome here but view also breathtaking, you can spend sometime to walk around the beach before dinner.
The restaurant setting is very simple and fully air-conditioned. Its main focus is on its fish steamboat and homemade Yong Tau Fu where the fish paste is made from mackerel fish.
Kenhuntsfood posted www.kenhuntfood.com 765 Reviews
Prices are slightly on the higher side but rest-assured, the quality of the food will be there.
A famous restaurant in Nibong Tebal. Cheang Kee’s shop is among the very old shop in Nibong Tebal and it is quite a scene of historical sites.
mh.sum25 posted tummyparadiseland.wordpress.com 35 ReviewsExceptional
Just need to mention Cheang Kee Restaurant. in Nibong Tebal, you will get the direction. Nibong Tebal is a very small town. This restaurant seen to be a very famous shop. Lot of people waiting for table when we reach there. The wait is worth it, I’m telling you =)
Seng Thor coffee shop have five(5) hawker stalls(Koay Teow Th’ng, Loh Mee, Loh Bak, Wantan Mee & Oyster Omelette) in and around the shop and an economy rice stall(was not open that day or has ceased operations) operating at different hours.
sunflower posted sunflowerfarm84.blogspot.com 280 Reviews
You can find different types of hawker food there like Char Koay Teow, Loh Bak, Yu Sang Kai Chok (Porridge), Chicken rice and others. Kheng Pin café is an old style café where you will still find those old fashioned marble tables and wooden chairs.
ojsiew posted ojsiew.blogspot.com 633 Reviews
Found that the soup is not 'as clear as' the one at Kedai Kopi Ban Leong Ean. Nevertheless, it is still far better than the ones served in certain places.
Bali Hai just down the road from our hotel (Gurney Hotel). Looked popular as there was alot of people. Whats nice is that they have tanks and tanks of live seafood!
kwong.yong posted kwongeats.blogspot.com 95 Reviews
Overall, if you're looking for a good seafood restaurant in Penang that serves live seafood Bali Hai is good place to try.
YsquareC posted ysquarec.blogspot.com 40 ReviewsSuperb
Pancake: I thought zucchini is raw veggies that goes well with sandwich. I rarely see dishes prepared with cooked zucchini, not to mention pancakes. (ok, the savoury pancake is already a great shock ). One side of the pancake was bake to crust while the other side remain soft and cloudy. The zucchini was not overcook. The veggies remain it's moist with tender juicy filling. Onion sauce: Consuming the plain zucchini pancake is already a bless, but when both the pancake and onion sauce WOW! Exquisite! The oily saute do not moist the crunchy grill like layer of the pancake, but give an extra smoothing texture to the pancake. Need not to explain, the slightly salty sauce is the origin of the savoury taste for the pancake. Salmon: One of the best, or probably the best salmon I ever taste in my life! The fillet was not marinated, but it is reasonably fresh (of course you can't compare the freshness with a freshly slaughted Salmon sashimi~). It was also not over cook or still raw (I had some bad experience of raw and non fresh grill Salmon before -___-), very juicy, slightly oily with a crusty outer layer+skin, *muack* just the way I like my Salmon to be ^ ^ Mash Potato: No surprise in the mash potatoes. I think more milk can be add to enhance it texture and flavour.No comment on the mashed pea and sour cream topping, just decent I would say. Overall: 9.5/10 (A very new concept of specialty restaurant that focus on pancake. Rare, fun, excited, good experience) Taste bud indulgence: 10/10 (PHOP really amazed me, I like the surprises and unexpected taste bud experience, would like to come back to try more ^ ^) Purse saver: 8/10 (I know specialty restaurant will rank at higher price, but out of Asia, pancakes are just some normal daily meal, part of their life! Don't you think we deserve to charge lesser? Although geography constrain the receipt to be norm in Malaysia, but pancakes flour is very cheap in Malaysia! *>.<* ) Atmosphere: 9/10 (Warm with a classy touch, good place to hang out. The dim ligh in the shop is more romantic than the tables located outside)