Lorong Selamat Fried Kueh Teow

Address: No. 82, Lorong Selamat,
Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia

Sometimes the rarest treasure is hidden at the most unexpected place - same goes to this stall in Penang. Although small, the stall had been serving its customers for a long period of time and had indeed, obtain high recognition in the society of Penang. It is very hard to miss the shop. One of the famous trademarks is the goggles equipped by the sisters in the shop who are also the ones serving you your delicious local Fried Kueh Teow.

Mee Rebus / Mee Jawa (Noodles)

Address: Air Itam (Before the Air Itam Roudabout),
Penang, Malaysia

It is not necessarily that you have to go to a high class restaurant for good food. This small stall in Penang will prove that concept wrong. The cooking styles served to you by the stall have a long history which the skills are passed down for generations by the family owning the stall. Thus, if you are looking for the most original cooking style for Mee Rebus or Mee Jawa, this is definitely the place you are looking for.

Nasi Kandar / Nasi Melayu

Address: Restoran Kassim Mustapha, Line 8-10 Lebuh Chulia,
Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia.

It seems to be a tradition for the Penang locals to have heavy breakfast in the morning. Opening from 6.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m., this stall serves you one of the best Nasi Kandar in town for breakfast. Here, you would find yourself paying for huge portion of food with an affordable price - an average of RM8 to RM10 per dish. It can easily satisfy you while you leave the stall with a bloated tummy and satisfied taste buds.

Penang Asam Laksa

Address: Air Itam Market (beside fruit stalls),
Penang, Malaysia

The Asam Laksa in the Air Itam Market is almost a legend. The rice noodles here are usually served spicy, with its key ingredient - the sour fish flake - along with light gravy as the taste-enhancement. It is not hard to understand why the Asam Laksa here is a legend judging from the strong herbs aroma and the soup's sourness you can taste once you take the first bite of the food. Be sure to book your seats earlier.

Hokkien Mee (Prawn Noodle)

Address: Kedai Kopi Swee Kong, junction of Jalan Moulmein
and Jalan Burma (opposite the police station), Penang, Malaysia

Hokkien Mee is one of the must-try foods in Penang. The best thing about the noodles in this stall is that the noodles are mostly served spicy, and thus, this stall is especially recommended for individuals who love spicy food and want to try out the local delicacies in the same time. Apart from the mee and the gravy, you can also find other fresh and well-cooked ingredients such as prawn and vegetable served together with your bowl of noodle.