Restaurants in Penang – 2178 Restaurants
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.
A 10-15 minutes boat ride from the Batu Musang new jetty brought us to Pulau Aman where there existed the famous floating seafood restaurant. The seafood is real fresh as you can see fishermen bringing in all the live catch, which include varieties of shell fish, fish, flower crabs, prawns and mantis prawns. You can even try catching your own and get therestaurant to cook for you at minimal charges.
taufulou posted www.taufulou.com 513 Reviews
Food Rating 7/10, quite okay, because its fresh~ ~-Stamped-
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 542 Reviews
Prices are slightly on the higher side but rest-assured, the quality of the food will be there.
Jemputree has a wide range of Malaysian’s mouth watering delights with variations that include Malay, Western & Oriental style of culinary choices. You can get meals from finger food to spicy dishes and pasta. There are also many local desserts and beverages that will make your stay worthwhile such as ais kacang, rojak, ginseng tongkat ali and rainbow.
Sophie Tay posted deliciousfoodies.blogspot.com 69 Reviews
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.
Most of the servings are decorated with water chestnut leaves and small size tomatoes. Besides that, the staff were very attentive and we did not have to wait long for the food.
lingzie posted www.lingzie.com 179 Reviews
In Dragon-i’s Treasure Pot, the 18 ‘treasures’ include Chilean abalone, Japanese dried scallops, Japanese dried oysters, Premium Sea cucumber, prawns, roast chicken, braised pork belly, Golden money bags, fish maw, goose web, pork balls, mushrooms, black moss, dried beancurd skin, deep fried beancurd skin and bamboo pith. These ingredients are cooked in their special Pork Bone Broth.