To savour tasty Taiwanese food in Penang, the place to be is Kocha Taiwanese Delight in 229, Jalan Burma Road. This restaurant is walking distance from the famed biscuit shop, Him Heang. It is decorated with simple furniture, mainly rattan chairs and lots of knick knack plus several different sizes aquariums.
As for the food, there is a wide selection of noodles, rice and snacks in their menu to choose from. We ordered the sliced cold Drunken Chicken, Kimchi pork in hot plate, salted vegetables (kiam chye) and also the Dumplings in Beef Soup. There were five big dumplings in the bowl of slightly spicy soup. Being beef soup lovers, we give this dish a big thumbs-up.

The dishes that we had goes well with the rice but take note that their bowl of rice cost RM1.20..(bit pricey for plain white rice). Overall the food is very tasty and unique in its own way. Business starts from 12.00 noon right till 10.30pm. For reservations, do call 04 2275048.

Finding a car park space can be a bit difficult during peak hours as there are only a few parking lots right in front of the restaurant.

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5 comments so far

welovepenang
 1 

hi.. u have a very nice blog…

We are working on consolidating the good place and food of penang.. so we wonder if you are ok if we use some of your photo?

thanks…..

November 28th, 2007 at 7:31 pm
Anonymous
 2 

tried Kocha before, so so only. may be i don’t know what should i order. have you try shihlin taiwan snack at Queensbay? menu is limited there but all the food are delicious and similar to Taiwan.i would say their oyster mee sua is the best i’ve tried.

August 26th, 2008 at 11:56 pm
CK Lam
 3 

Anonymous – I saw the outlet when I went to collect my car but I have yet to taste the food…would like to try out the oyster mee sua that you recommended.

Thanks for dropping by :)

August 27th, 2008 at 1:39 pm
Sammy
 4 

The food is quite alright. Other choice will be (1) Taiwan Feng Wei Ching at 1 Stop & Gurney Plaza. 1 set of meal only costs RM11.90-14.90. (2) Taiwan Restaurant at Prima Tanjung (opposite Tanjung Park low cost flat’s entrance). The beef noodle is good.

January 16th, 2009 at 5:41 pm
 5 

Love that kimchi pork and dumpling in beef soup, hhhhmmm yummmy.

March 24th, 2010 at 10:36 pm

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