Restaurants in Georgetown (George Town) – 436 Restaurants
Located in Chow Thye Road away from the buzzing Burma Road is a new European style wine bar, aptly named That Little Wine Bar!
cklam posted www.what2seeonline.com 395 Reviews
Chef Tommes succeeded in instilling culinary memories with the cutting edge menu that cost RM198 per person. It will be interesting trying the repertoire of dishes that he will be preparing for That Little Wine Bar in time to come.
This place is suitable for breakfast and also tea time. This is one of the gem in Penang Island. It’s just a simple stall located at a small alley in Campbell Street but it’s always crowded with people. The coffee is the famous item in this cafe too, do order a cup if you drop by this cafe.
Simple breakfast with coffee and toast and half boil egg, but it's a charming environment with a good vibe. Nasi Lemak available as well.
miracle4dream posted www.paupaudreamland.com 85 ReviewsSuperb
The mixed pork soup really taste good and there are lots of ingredients like pig spare parts and meat balls. The sauce is a mixed of dark soy, soy sauce and chilly. Dipping the mixed pork into the sauce even make it better taste. The yam rice served are warm and rich in aroma. Very delicious and full!...
LEE ENG LAI, now in his late fifties, recalls that his grandfather Lee Kar Tee and grand uncle Lee Ah Keat started selling ice kacang as a roving stall in the Jalan Rangoon area in 1923. His father, Ah Kang (Kar Tee’s son), later inherited the stall and moved it to a permanent position. Eng Lai, his brother Eng Huat and sister Ah Kee (above) have been involved in running the stall since the 1960s, when it was next to a snooker bar. Originally, in the 1920s, a bowl of basic ice kacang cost half a cent, now it is RM1.50. Early in 2007, the stall moved into the new New World Park (Sin Sei Kai) food court opposite with ample parking.
Tried the famous Swatow Lane ice kacang, it's okay but not worth a detour.