Penang char koay teow, along with other local culinary delights, has hit the top of the foodie charts! Don't you think it is about time we set up a street food museum to showcase how George Town's street food...
Tunglang takes us on a gastronomical adventure at his favourite hokkien mee haunt in Penang. Inner city George Town has barely awakened, the sun barely rising above the maze of heritage terracotta rooftops. With a hunch of a...
An unusual two-part tribute to Penang street food by Stanley Yu, who is originally from Hong Kong but now lives in London. Notice, he largely avoided the upmarket 'touristy' food courts and found street food at its best -...
Anthony Bourdain, host of Travel Channel's culinary and cultural adventure programmes, recently visited Penang to try out the local street food. This is his verdict. Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9cpb7KtZug&feature=plcp Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJYiogr0icY&feature=plcp Part 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQLSXprHpAw&feature=plcp The hot and spicy spots he visited can be...
Blog visitor Shila Kaur introduces the slow food moment in Penang to us: I think Datuk Anwar (Fazal) has written a beautiful essay on an aspect of Penang’s rich cultural heritage – its foods – street and otherwise –...