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The branch out of Jalan Sultan’s Seng Kee Restaurant which famous and pioneer for claypot Lou Shee Fun. The restaurant owns by the same family and the taste are similiar with the original recipe. This restaurant serves more variety of dishes compared to the original Seng Kee’s. They serve rice and “Tai Chow” also besides the famous claypot lou shee fun and the wantan mee with fried garlic roast pork.
pamela_ybc posted www.malaysianfoodie.com 997 Reviews
We ended with the Sui Kao Soup where the pulpy sui kao (RM 1.20 per pc (min 5 pcs))which is wrapped with ingredients in it is simply good. Comes pulpy and filled with the juicy bites!
The restaurant is famous for its 'xiao long bao', noodles and other 'small eats' ('siu sek'). All of them look so adorable and deserves a thumbs up
Eaten here more than 5 years ago, not particularly impressed with the quality of the food given the price :(
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The marinated pork ribs were pretty good too, though I still prefer the pork belly as it's more fatty. Do also eat it while its hot as it gets a little chewy once cold. Overall, we enjoyed our meal here as the meat and ban chan is tasty and service is good. There is also another Korean restaurant in Taman Desa, but for those who do not like queuing, this is equally as good.
Famous with signature home-made kaya and other local delicacies. In terms of service, they were quite attentive and diligent.
wenching_86 posted www.eatonlylar.com 208 Reviews
A revisit for this restaurant would be definite. We have yet to try their signature home-made kaya and other local delicacies. In terms of service, they were quite attentive and diligent. Definitely a place worth trying out!
Northam Beach Cafe is a nicer type of hawker center in Penang. It is located right next to a beach hence the name. Northam Beach Cafe utilizes the open air concept so you could enjoy the wind coming from the sea. And because of the nice location, decoration and ample free parking space it is popular with the locals and tourists alike.
cklam posted www.what2seeonline.com 437 Reviews
Made from roasted peanuts, white sesame seeds and sugar, the crunchy peanut sugar is delicious and pair well with a strong cup of local coffee.