Penang Char Koey Teow
First of all, I have to talk about one of everyone’s favourite food in Malaysia, Char Koay Teow. When you think of Malaysia you think of Penang Char Koay Teow. It is one of the most well known dishes in Malaysia. Of course there are different versions of it. In Penang we have Koay Teow Basah and the usual Char Koay Teow. However, for the usual dry Char Koay Teow is the non-halal one. Pork Lard is the key essence to a good Char Koay Teow. This one that I am about to share with you, is definitely not stingy with his pork lard.
Yes, it is in a coffee shop that sells curry mee (curry noodles) ! You did not get it wrong. It is definitely a hidden gem for both tourists and the locals. This Char Koay Teow was discovered by surprise, the taste was such a shocker. Who would have imagined a coffee shop that specialises in curry noodles to have such good Char Koay Teow. Hence, you can also request to add mantis prawns to your Char Koay Teow. It is definitely a must try if you are in Penang.
Penang Char Koay Teow and White Curry Mee
Duck blood curry mee
223B, Jalan Burma, 10050 George Town, Pulau Pinang
On google: Monday to Sunday (Except for Thursday) 12pm-10pm
However, food is only served during dinner time. Make sure you find them on google and call them to see if they are open.
Penang White Curry Mee
Second, it is also one of the signature dishes in Penang White Curry Mee (White curry noodles). The difference of White Curry Mee and normal Curry noodles is that the broth for White Curry Mee is literally white in colour. In Penang, this curry mee in Burmah Road is very yummy and very flavourful. People say the key to a good White Curry Mee is the chilli. However, for this particular stall it is not the case. The broth itself is already very flavourful. In addition, if you add the chilli it will be a different kind of experience for your taste buds! I recommend trying it with and without the chilli. As for their selling point it is actually the duck blood. It has a jelly type texture, if you tried pig blood before, duck blood is slightly more smooth and delicate.
Most importantly, this place is very close to Sun ASA Education Penang office. If you plan to visit us and have a free consultation, you can head there for a good dinner! It is a must try whenever you are in Penang. Regardless if you are a local or a tourist you will love this place! Both dishes are also the signature food in Malaysia that can perfectly represent Malaysia. Nothing says Malaysian food like strong flavours, wok hei (charred taste), and the creamy spiced broth.
Puchong Wanton Mee
Wai Kee Wanton Mee
Jalan Bandar 1, Pusat Bandar Puchong, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
Monday to Sunday (Except for Thursday) 8am–3:30pm
Close on Thursday
Village Park Nasi Lemak
Lastly, one of the dishes that can best represent Malaysia, Nasi Lemak. It is the Number 1 breakfast in Malaysia. The coconut fragranced rice, the sweet and spicy sambal chilli, the crunchy peanuts and anchovies are the core ingredients for nasi lemak.
Village Park restaurant is very famous in Malaysia. Never once have I seen it with no queues outside the restaurant. It is always packed with people. Their fried chicken is their signature. Ayam Goreng Berempah is a Malay spiced fried chicken. The chicken is marinated in spices and deep fried to reveal a crust on the skin and moist juicy meat on the inside.
Village Park Nasi Lemak
Village Park restaurant
5, Jalan SS 21/37, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Monday to Sunday 6.30am – 5.30pm
Malaysia is a beautiful country. We are surrounded by all the good food. However, it is also good to travel around and see the world. While you are young, go ahead and experience a different world outside. If you ever need assistance on studying abroad you came to the right WEBSITE! Sun ASA helps students to apply to university and assist them for FREE. If you are too shy to Call Us, you can always Whatsapp Us