EXPERIENCE PENANG 2020
20 MUST-INDULGE FOOD IN PENANG

Ask long-time Penangites and they will tell you that Nasi Kandar is Penang’s most celebrated rice dish, usually eaten with various side dishes such as fried chicken, mutton kurma, vegetables and a good dose of curry. Want to eat like a local...

Nothing says ‘Malaysia’ Like Nasi Lemak does. Cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaves, Nasi Lemak boasts a distinctive aroma and creamy aftertaste. It is often served with an assortment of side dishes such as a hard-boiled egg, fried anchovie...

Get your smartphone ready because these palm-sized treats are Insta-worthy! Come in various colours, shapes and sizes, the snacks are flavoured and coloured from the freshest ingredients. Some are filled with grated coconut and mung beans while ot...

What makes Oh Chien a culinary treasure is the contrast of ingredients – humble eggs fried with luxurious oysters. The gooey texture of Oh Chien is made possible by tapioca starch and can be quite a delight to bite into. The egg dish is topp...

Found commonly throughout coffee shops, food courts and roadside stalls, Pasembur can be treated as a main dish or shared by many. A hearty plate of this Malaysian salad comes with shredded cucumber, yam bean, fried fritters and bean curd. The mar...

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