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One of the best pairings of soup and rice is the salted vegetables soup with a bowl of braised yam rice. The version at Hon Kei Food Corner is done very well with the soup having a refreshing tangy flavour with the addition of minced pork and pork balls. The tomatoes also added a nice sweetness, all pairing well with the accompanying yam rice. The best kind of foods that you will want to eat when the weather turns cold.

While this coffee shop has a few food stalls, you would find many people coming here for particularly for one stall.

Everyone would patiently waiting at their own table after making their order from this char koay teow stall.

Many said it is one of the best char koay teow you can find in Penang, and the wait could be up to half an hour.

You would enjoy the wok hey taste with 2 pieces of prawn there. Close to the airport, making it a perfect stop for brunch before flying off.

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Last not not least, you have to grab some apom from this stall outside the coffee shop as well.

Sai Ram is so popular that their orders constantly coming in, with people either wait around the stall for takeaway, or waiting patiently inside the coffee shop.

Their apom with a egg on the top is the most popular item.

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Or you may grab this from Roti Babi stall as well, which the dough is house made and stuffed with generous pork meat inside.

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Another stall that you should try would be this stall called the Roti Babi. One of the signature item would be this one.

Pork meat stuffed in between bread and fried it with oil. Making it crispy bites with the pork meat inside.

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One of the popular coffee shop you can find in Pulau Tikus, for the various food stalls available here in the early morning.

Ah Mei Hokkien Mee is one of them and you could get a decent bowl of Hokkien Mee with the ingredients such as the prawn, egg and sliced pork.

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It is getting very hard to find this rare food nowadays, which it is a type of starch that extracted from palm.

You still can find this from the Cecil Market, they would stir-fried it with bean sprouts, soy sauce and chili paste.

The texture is like soft jelly but chewable, savoury taste.

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Located within the coffee shop along the quiet street in the morning, many locals would come here to grab a bowl of curry mee in the morning before going to work.

The chilli paste really made the kick as you mix it with the curry, savouring the taste of everything with all the ingredients.

Beside their signature drinks, they also served some pretty decent pastries here. For example this blueberry butter pudding.

Crusty almond on the top, with soft pudding at the bottom stuffed with blueberries.

Pair well with the coffee here.

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One of the popular coffee place in Penang located along this very small street of Lorong Tok Aka, which the shopfront covered with plants.

This place constantly occupied with crowd for their coffee and pastries. Lovely and cosy space with their wonderful drinks.

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Very popular among the locals for the nasi campur from Kedai Makanan Lidiana in this food court.

Which you should passby when on the way to Batu Ferringhi, just located opposite the floating mosque at Tanjung Bungah.

Lots of choice to choose from, which you can pick anything you want. Don’t miss out trying their ayam kicap (fried chicken in dark sauce).

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One of the popular seafood restaurants you can find in Jelutong, Penang.

You can ask for their recommendations when making order, they are much willing to share with you.

Here we have the cereal prawn, deep fried sotong, Teochew style steamed fish and sweet potato leaves.

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