The characteristic Malaysian halal snacks are relatively simple. They are basically fried chicken and beef broth. They are also available in the morning. The Malaysian tea is also very delicious. The price is very cheap. You can have one for a few dollars.
Dare to say that it is one of the best barbecue places we have eaten in Penang so far. The barbecue, curry, bread, burritos, curry chicken, curry lamb, kimchi, etc. are all super delicious, and the overall dishes are first-class , Thumbs up for the chef here! And the atmosphere here is particularly good.
Sup Hameed Lamb Soup on Pinang Road is one of the well-known delicacies of the locals. For those who dine inside, the clerk is very confident that the customer must order a lamb soup, which shows that this bowl of lamb soup is their "town shop signature". The mutton soup is thick, salty and spicy. Although the mutton is braised and cooked thoroughly, it still tastes good. It is a perfect match with two slices of Bangladeshi bread!
The service and environment will never come back again. It’s messy and very noisy. The menus are directly posted on the wall. I’m very reluctant to place orders. The platform is terrible. I get everything down. I see the truth. Disappetite.
A small Indian curry shop, from a distance, is not much different from the domestic Shaxian County. The curry tastes very strong. It will be spicy with rice. It is recommended to either serve with vegetables or order an extra rice. In addition, the fish soup tastes ok, but it looks like Not authentic Indian practice.