One of the old hands in nyonya dining after almost 20 years in existence, this is good reliable cooking minus the frills and premium price tags. For ... More
One of the old hands in nyonya dining after almost 20 years in existence, this is good reliable cooking minus the frills and premium price tags. For Penang residents, eating here is tantamount to a trip down memory lane. The exterior façade is probably more interesting though just as worn-looking as the interiors. The setting inside is unmistakably banquet-style reminiscent of early 1980s. Tried-and-tested specialties such as pomfret curry, satay, hand-rolled lobak (pork rolls), cuttlefish in chilli paste and spring rolls are fail-safe options. Beer is available.
This is an authentic South Indian restaurant founded in the 1940s and is now run by the eldest son of
the founder. Located in a rebuilt double storey shophouse directly opposite the Maha Mariamman Temple, it has found a ...
Along Weld Quay are the historical waterfront and the harbor of Penang, where bustling wharf activity takes place and the
ferry terminal is found. The Victoria Memorial Clocktower, built from 1897 1902, greets you at the entrance. Beyond the ...
Completed in 1904, the pier is one of Georgetown's most loyal servants through a century of advancements and adversities. It
has a berth of 600 square feet, with room for a "large liner or two ordinary steamers" and continues ...