Sin Guat Keong Coffee Shop is delicious when you order it. The noodles you ordered are sprinkled with sesame seeds and peanut powder, which is particularly fragrant, but if you eat too much, it will feel sweet and greasy. After eating a bowl, you will feel greasy in your mouth.
Is the general tea room, the location is better in the tourist crowded Shantou Street. There are coffee orders in it, and there are more rests. The food is similar to other tea rooms, the price is generally.
This is a very famous tea restaurant here. It is delicious and inexpensive. It has a variety of things and is worth recommending. After eating several meals in a row, I really recommend it. Hainanese chicken rice is delicious, and the three-color rice is also good, and the price is affordable.
A very sensible tea restaurant, it feels very historical, and the utensils for eating inside are also very simple. The things are said to be passed down by their family for three or four generations, and they are very delicious and very good. Great.
Very down-to-earth restaurant, the first restaurant in Penang. Coconut jelly is almost the same as the one eaten in Sanya, and it has a good taste of ice and cold. The water spinach is tender, but the serving size is not big. Bak Kut Teh is not bad, but the ribs make up for everything.
The three-color milk tea in Crescent Palace is too sweet! The cardamom juice tastes so weird to drink it! I ordered it myself and I had to drink it down on my knees. It was a minefield. But their satay grilled chicken wings are super delicious, mainly because the taste is relatively new. I haven't eaten it before. Of course the naked fried noodles are awesome. Very recommended
Cendol, duck porridge, rat noodles, stir-fried kway teow, herbal tea, everything is delicious and you just need enough for your stomach
The famous Shantou Street Crescent Palace Tea Room. Located on the opposite side of Quanji on Shantou Street, there are many small stalls at the door. The four kings of heaven only set up stalls on Shantou Street at night. The four heavenly kings refer to the four stalls of duck porridge kway juice, four fruit soup, mantis shrimp fried kway teow and kway teow soup.