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BY CK Lam

For those who go for late night eats in Penang,  I am sure you have patronized Restoran Yunus Khan. Popularly known as Jiao Sai, the supper spot is renowned for its signature stir-fried and soup based instant  noodles.

Jiao Sai Mee Maggi Goreng (Stir-fried instant Maggi noodles) by what2seeonline.com

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BY CK Lam

The secret is in the soup

The light and flavorful noodle dish of koay teow th’ng is a popular hawker food across Penang.  One place that many would head to for a bowl of koay teow th’ng (flat rice noodle) is the stall located on Clarke Street – a street between Argyll Road and Hutton Lane.

Hidden in a small alley, you will find the koay teow th’ng stall that has been running for more than 30 years.

Koay Teow Th’ng at Clarke Street, Penang by what2seeonline.com
A bowl of koay teow th’ng prepared with beehoon

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BY CK Lam

For this holy month of Ramadhan, G Café in G Hotel Gurney Penang is offering the Ramadhan Buffet Dinner. Diners will be able to savour a delectable treat of Malay cuisine from different parts of Malaysia.

Chef Hamizi, the sous chef presents three main themes for the buffet – Rasa Rasa Utara, Selera Pantai Timur and Juadah Seri Selatan.

Ramadhan Buka Puasa Buffet Dinner at G Hotel Gurney Penang by what2seeonline.com

 

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BY CK Lam

The long line of people in front of the stall would suggest that the answer is “yes”.

Although wedged in the alley between Masjid Kapitan Keling and a shop, the stall is not hard to find. A queue of customers waiting for it to open at 10pm is a common sight.

Nasi Kandar Beratur, which moved into its present premises in 1943, has long been renowned for halal Indian-Muslim food. Its recipes have remained unchanged through the years.

 Is Nasi Kandar Beratur worth waiting for?

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BY CK Lam

George Town Penang is reputed with its many heritage shophouses with five foot pedestrian walkways. Many are familiar with these sheltered walkways which are popularly known as goh kaki 五脚基. It is not surprise having one of the cafes going after the name.

Goh Kaki located in two heritage shophouses on Bishop Street is a casual relaxing space. It is one of the several cafes in town that brings back childhood memories.

The drinks menu offers brewed local coffee, fresh juices, soothing teas and ice blended. Coffee choices on the menu include Kopi C, Kopi-O, Kopi and Chocolate Coffee, all served in porcelain kopitiam cups and saucer with flower motifs.

Goh Kaki offers customers the signature ‘Say No’ Chocolate Coffee with “old-school” chocolates wrapped in gold foil. The chocolate coins with the charm of yesteryear are still sold at some grocers.

Goh Kaki - Five Foot Way Cafe in Penang by what2seeonline.com

Chocolate coffee RM7.90

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BY CK Lam

If you are planning for drinks or cocktails in Muntri Street, Penang, hop in to Mish Mash. The place which has recently obtained its liquor licence is boasting a full bar besides its coffee and seasonal drinks.

The place with warm and friendly environment is own by two Old Frees (ex-students of Penang Free School). One of them is Ben Ng, who runs his own gig called Fluid Alchemy. He was on hand to show us the cache of whiskey that he has been accumulating over the time.

Chilling out at Mish Mash, Muntri Street, Penang by what2seeonline.com

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BY CK Lam

Heeding my friend’s advice, I headed out to Kareem Pasembur Rojak stall. This little pasembur stall opening on the side of Union Street in Penang is constantly packed at lunch hour, with a line of people  from the surrounding offices.

The man behind the stall is Abdul Kareem Yusoof.

Kareem Pasembor Rojak @Union Street Penang by what2seeonline.com

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BY CK Lam

You Le Yuen located within the UNESCO World Heritage Site of George Town, is a new charming boutique bed & breakfast accommodation. Operated by Leong See Kit, the two storey colonial pre-war guesthouse with four individually decorated suites is decorated with Peranakan and mid-century art decor furniture.

You Le Yuen Private Kitchen on Love Lane Penang by what2seeonline.com

Photo credit to You Le Yuen

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BY CK Lam

A group of wine enthusiasts and foodies embarked on an evening, dining on five-courses of Chef Tommes’, cutting-edge cuisine with pairing. It is indeed exciting seeing this food trend in That Little Wine Bar, located on Chow Thye Road, Penang.

The Cutting Edge Night menu offers a selection of traditional European cuisine presented with a twist. While the essence of the dish is preserved, the presentation is totally different. The dishes were paired with a selection of European wines from several wineries.

 Cutting Edge Night With Wine and Food @That Little Wine Bar by what2seeonline.com

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BY CK Lam

The Jawi House Cafe Gallery, offers an eclectic Jawi Peranakan (Straits Muslim) interior with a comfortable atmosphere to entertain friends and family.

Located on Armenian Street in the heritage zone of George Town, Penang, the cafe is owned by Datuk Dr Wazir Jahan Karim, an anthropologist and culture conservationist.

Although Wazir is a good cook herself, having learned from her mother, she often leaves food preparation at the restaurant to her son and head chef Nurilkarim Razha.

A Spread of Jawi Peranakan Delights at Jawi House Cafe Gallery  by what2seeonline.com

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