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Chai Por egg (Preserved Radish Omelet)

    Omelet, it cooks so easily and quickly. There are many Chinese omelet dishes that are prepared loaded with all kinds of meats, vegetables, and pickles is very popular. This a quick and easy Chinese omelet with Chai Por radish. Omelet with pickles like this Chai Por egg (Preserved Radish Omelet) are more often served with congee because pickles taste better with congee.

    Toh Soon kopi

      Toh Soon started out with just simple breakfast fare of coffee, toast and half-boiled eggs set up in this narrow alley sandwiched between some shophouses. Toh Soon Coffee stall that has been serving up Hainan-style toast and coffee since 1955. Till today, the traditional Hainan-style coffee served at the coffee stall is a favourite among locals. Today, his son operates the stall with his wife and a team of workers. The stall is much the same with its small counter… Read More »Toh Soon kopi

      Zha Cai Chicken

        Zha Cai chicken is a simple dish with a slight salty and spice taste. Zha Cai chicken is great served with steamed white rice or porridge. It is simple and easy to cook dish. Zha Cai is Sichuan preserved/pickled vegetable, Chinese pickled vegetable and also called tsa tsai or jar choy is a delicious and versatile ingredient which can be used in everything from stir-frys, to noodle soups.

        Mamak stall

          When it comes to having breakfast or tea time, Mamak stall is the Malaysian way. It is also a nice place to hang out at the mamak stall at any time of the day. It’s the place that you can see all walks of life having meals together. These stalls not only serve a nice cup of “teh tarik” tea. Teh tarik literally means pulled tea, is a hot milk tea beverage most commonly found in Malaysia mamak stalls. Its… Read More »Mamak stall

          Soup Jawa Mee

            Jawa Mee (Java noodles), this dish of boiled yellow noodles in a thick rich tomato gravy has evolved to become very much a Penang hawker fare with local flavours. The Jawa Mee is almost like Mee Rebus (boiled noodles) but is slightly different with additional ingredients that set it apart in taste and appearance. The origin of this hawker fare is unclear but its name suggests that it is linked back to the heydays of the Java Peranakan as its… Read More »Soup Jawa Mee

            Protestant Cemetery

              Protestant Cemetery is the oldest Christian cemetery in Penang. It was set up in the 18th-century for British colonial administrators, traders and missionaries that arrived after George Town establishment in 1786. The Protestant Cemetery was used until the late 19th century, until the Western Road Cemetery was created on a bigger piece of land. However it is today recognised for its historic value as the final resting place of the early founders and administrators of the colonial settlement and trading… Read More »Protestant Cemetery

              Trishaw in George Town

                When you are visiting Georgetown, the best way to immerse yourself in the nostalgia of Penang city is taking a ride in one of the authentic trishaw. A trishaw or ‘beca’ (Trishaw in Malay) as they are known in Malaysia, is a three-wheeled vehicle with a rider pedalling, and a cab large enough to seat two adults. It is also called ‘lang chea’ in Penang chinese Hokkien dialect. Trishaw is the best way to see and explore the city in… Read More »Trishaw in George Town

                Clan Jetties

                  The Clan Jetties will be one of the first thing you see if you arrive Penang island by the ferry. These water villages are over a century old and is in the UNESCO heritage core zone. Each jetty is named after a Chinese clan – the Chew Jetty is the most tourist-friendly with the most stilt-houses and the longest walkway. The Clan Jetties is used to be eight jetties until one was demolished by fire and one was demolished to… Read More »Clan Jetties