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Top 10 Food You Shouldn’t Miss At Astaka Taman Tun Sardon

The breakfast guide:

Rule 101 to have a great day: Start your day with yummy food! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. When you feed yourself what your body needs when it needs it, that’s love. – Kathy Freston. So what are you waiting for, Foodie? Leave your bed and get ready for this fun and exciting list of food at Astaka Taman Tun Sardon.

List: 10 Best Food at Astaka Taman Tun Sardon

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This place serves varieties of authentic Malay food that make Penangites willing to wake up early in the morning just to ensure they get their favourite part of the day. Other than Malay food, signature breakfast food of Indian and Chinese are also available here! Wonder what it is? Read this list that will make your stomach growling!

1. Lontong

Lontong is a signature dish for Hari Raya that is made of compressed rice and served with Sayur Lodeh gravy.  It has a yellowish colour gravy and topped with Kuah Kacang. Enhance the taste by adding Sambal Sotong if you’re a seafood lover. The portion of Lontong at Warisan Bonda is so generous that you can share it with your family or friends!

📍 Warisan Bonda Stall

💰 RM 7

2. Nasi Lemuni

Nasi Lemuni looks like a normal Nasi Lemak except it has a darker and blackish color of the rice. The black color of the rice extracted from the Lemuni leaf which is a herbal leaf. It is wrapped in banana leaf hence enhance the fragrance of the Nasi Lemuni with their signature homemade sambal. There are a few options for you to pair with your Nasi Lemuni such as Bilis Telur, Ikan Telur, Udang Telur, Ayam Telur, and even Ikan Masin Telur.

📍 Mami Tanjung Corner

💰 RM 1.50

Read Also: Top 10 Nasi Lemak In Penang

3. Kuey Teow Th’ng

Kuey Teow Th’ng is an authentic dish of Chinese people but this dish is really popular and loved by all Malaysians! If you are craving for Kuey Teow Th’ng, simply head to Astaka Taman Tun Sardon to enjoy one. With a little touch to fit Malaysian taste, you surely will love this dish! There are Sambal Merah and Sambal Hijau for you to pair with your dish. And..if you need extra collagen, you can add chicken feet for only RM0.50 for 3 of it!

📍 Sri Buana

💰 RM 5

4. Char Kuey Teow

At Aunti Ekonomi Meehun Goreng, you can taste the authentic Chinese style of Char Kuey Teow! It is a bit dry compared to Malay style of Char Kuey Teow. This stall is operated by a Chinese family and has been a favorite for all Malaysians over the years! This flavourful Char Kuey Teow is served on a layer of banana leaf and full of ingredients! Enjoy it with pickled jalapeño.

📍 Aunti Ekonomi Meehun Goreng

💰 RM 5

5. Sandwich Special

Bored of having bread spread for your breakfast? Head to Astaka Taman Tun Sardon and get yourself a Special Sandwich! What made it special? It is full of filling from your first bite till the end! The bread was brushed with egg wash before it is toast, hence producing golden crust on the bread. There are a variety of fillings you can choose from such as Chicken, Beef, Tuna, and also Crab Meat.

📍 Sri Idaman Cafe

💰 RM 2.50

6. Serabai

Serabai is Malay traditional pancake that is made from rice flour and serves with a thick gravy made of palm sugar. Be ready for a long queue at this stall as this breakfast spot are really famous for their Serabai. Real foodies willing to queue up to 30 minutes just to try their tasty and fluffy Serabai. The thick and sweet gravy blend well with the sour taste of the Serabai! Surely, you can’t resist for another bite!

📍 Serabai Istimewa Taman Tun Sardon

💰 RM 0.80

7. Char Kuey Teow

If you’re a fan of Char Kuey Teow Basah, Astaka Taman Tun Sardon is one of the best places to hunt for them. Char Kuey Teow is fried and drenched in flavorful gravy! Telur Goyang is the best part of this dish. Save the best for the last to enjoy bursting eggy flavour of the yolk! Complete it with pickled jalapeño if you like a bit of spicy sensation in your food!

💰 RM 5

8. Chapati

If you craving for Indian food, this what you can get at Astaka Taman Tun Sardon. They’re really well known for their tasty and soft Chapati. This also a good choice if you want something healthy to start your day! You can choose your favourite gravy such as Daging Cincang, Sayur, Sardin or Ayam to pair with your Chapati.

📍 You Ask For It

💰 RM 1 – RM 3.50

9. Apom Lenggang Manis

This Apam Lenggang Manis is the ‘side dish’ that you need to try while having breakfast in Astaka Taman Tun Sardon. It’s served with coconut chutney for you to dip in your Apom! The apom is crisp on edges but fluffy on center is tasty on its own. To enhance the taste, dip your Apom in coconut chutney and we’re sure you will love it.

10. Kuih-Muih

If you prefer something light and on-the-go for your breakfast, you can always head to Gerai Fuad Omar and grab your favourite Kuih there. There are a lot of options for you to choose from! You can also get Ketupat here even it’s not Hari Raya. Other great options here are Cakoi, Kuih Keria, and also Tepung Bungkus.

📍 Gerai Fuad Omar

💰 RM 0.50 – RM 0.70

Must Tapau Home

After decades, Penang still has this iconic bread seller that travel from one place to another using motorcycle. Penangites must be missing the signature bun with Kaya and Planta that we always had during the evening when the Uncle arrived at our neighbourhood! As all food at Astaka Taman Tun Sardon is really appetizing, we suggest you to tapau your favourite bread selection so you can enjoy it later!

Start Your Breakfast Hunting

We are really blessed to live in this multiracial country like Malaysia. We have an opportunity to try the delicate dish of each race in one place. For Penangites who coming back to Penang soon, make sure you get your craving fix here! And for those who plan to visit Penang soon, include Astaka Taman Tun Sardon in your bucket list!

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