Restaurants in Penang – 2740 Restaurants
One of the most wonderful spread of buffet lines in Penang, ranging from local delicacies to international favorites.
The wine list for the buffet isn't grand, but I did enjoy the Fire Road Pinot Noir from Marlborough, New Zealand. This Pinot possessing supple tannins, made for easy pairing with the wide variety of food. On the nose I got mushrooms, black tea, cola, perfumed raspberries, and hints of cinnamon. For the Palate I got a medium - body, medium - tannins, medium delightful acidity, and a pleasantly surprising medium + intensity of flavors of cheery, cranberry, and baking spices. I got a slight vanilla finish...kind of like the smell of a house after a vanilla cake is done baking, the aroma lingers, but in a pleasant way.
The best chendol in Penang for years and still number 1
I found nothing too fantastic, but my wife love it. Still a nice drink under the hot sun, standing and eating by the road side is an experience, and very affordable.
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.
It's a popular place to dine out for its specialty dishes. More and more people visiting to this place after it appeared in Taste With Jason.
Motormouth posted www.j2kfm.com 552 Reviews
The restaurant has this very similar set up to Sitiawan seafood restaurants; vast seating capacity with round tables that can fit an extended family comfortably, high ceiling to generate a sense of space and airiness (you definitely need the latter, as there is no air-conditioning here), and selection of simple Chinese cooking (only a few dishes available daily, I will go more into that later) served with a refreshing albeit slightly intoxicating coconut wine or toddy.
This restaurant with its quiet and pleasant location also has a good picturesque sunset view off Gertak Sanggul.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 465 Reviews
It is a worthy 40 minutes drive to this amazing seafood restaurant from Georgetown. I will definitely be back to try some other great dishes. If you are a crab lover, please be there early because their crab usually will sold out by 8.00pm.