Looking for the best food near Bayan Lepas? From the best chicken rice to a spicy-rollercoaster biryani ride, we’ve got you covered with most favorites on this Top 10 Places To eat Near Bayan Lepas. Remember, the faster you leave for the office for lunch, the more rewarding.
#1 Chicken Rice @ Wah Chai Chicken Rice
“Chicken rice or Fried Rice?” is a question every single Malaysian is born to answer and we take it very seriously. Keeping that in mind, in all favor of Chicken Rice, tick that lists of your with a visit to the place of a roast town!
Located at the corner lot of the Golden Triangle, the roasted chicken hanging at their glass stall will do most of the talking! With a full range of roasted meats like chicken and pork laid out for options, it only gets crispier and juicier. The meats are tender, glazed with soy sauce that hit the saltiness just right. Get going!
#2 Nasi Melayu @ Amieza Nasi Melayu D’Village Corner Bayan Baru Market
First, you’ll notice the line, and before you know it a plate of rice will land on your bare hands. The perfect combo of fried chicken with crispy crumbs (gotta have the crumbs) salted egg and vegetable of your favorite with some belacan and on the side will cost you less than RM7. A teh’o limau ais to pack along! A discovery turned into a routine until the aunty will refer to you as ‘sayang’ Been there, done that! Your turn!
Read also: Top 10 Nasi Melayu In Penang
#3 Bamboo Briyani @ Near Queensbay
A dash of creativity ups the taste of this humble stall’s biryani priced at RM11 for the chicken set and RM13 for the mutton set cooked to impress as the flavors of the meat and rice come together during the steaming process resulting in the fluffiest, and gravy-est rice complemented well with some raita. Oh, be sure to get some on that hot fried chicken on the table as soon as the aunty whips it out of the hot pan. You’ll be going back to work with the biggest smile on your face, your boss would want to tag along the next time!
#4 Uncle Kin’s Pan Mee @ Queensbay
If you haven’t heard of Pan Mee for the first time and popped it’s cherry at Uncle Kin’s Pan Mee Restaurant or Queensbay Mall Pan Mee like how most Penangites know it, then you got no idea what is Pan Mee boy! Well established Pan Mee Restaurant in Penang, it started with a humble beginning by having a few hawker stalls scattered around the island but has since moved its operations into food courts.
From Queensbay to Gurney Paragon and Raja Uda(Coming Soon) this franchise has made it to the top and in the hearts of a many, Started from the bottom now we here! RM 6.90 net for their signature Chili Pan Mee.
Read Also: Top 7 Pan Mee In Penang
Address: 3021, Persiaran Bayan Indah, 11900 Bayan Lepas, Penang
Hours: 11.15 AM to 10 PM. Opens daily.
#5 Kolo Mee @ House of Kolo Mee
Now that’s a name that assures they do not mess around with kolo mee. The mushrooming branches are the biggest testament that the national dish of Sarawak has been making waves on this food-obsessed island. Literally translated as “dry mixed noodles” in Chinese, it’s a common comfort food, particularly in Kuching. If the name doesn’t give much of a magnetic appeal, the flavors and wallet-friendly price tag certainly will.
Slathered with sambal, piled with chicken and egg, suffused with char siew oil, served with the braised chicken wing, topped with seafood goodness, drenched in soup or capped with fried mushrooms, the homemade noodles is nothing but spectacular.
#6 Tong Sui @ Sweet- I Desserts
Take our word, you can definitely depend on this humble shophouse for the best tong sui in town. Tucked in D’Piazza Mall right beside the famous BlackBall, Sweet-I Dessert House fills up mostly during weekdays cowded with sweeth tooth cravers. Making their homemade desserts from scratch with the utmost care and precision to ensure maximum gastronomic satisfaction they insist on using healthy ingredients in crafting their desserts: wolfberries, gingko nuts, mung beans and so on.
#7 Bak Kut teh @Good Luck Bak Kut Teh
There aren’t many dishes that hit all the right spots at any time of the day, but a hearty bak kut teh fits the bill and over here there’s always a crowd this you know you’re in good hands!
With the respective signature of Bak Kut Teh (RM 10) and dry Bak Kut Teh (RM 11) offering a mild herbal flavor (perfect for the first-timers) whilst the dry version bak kut teh delivering a pack of bold dark soy sauce taste, it’ a rather comforting lunch on a sunny or rainy lunch hour! While you’re at it, be sure to order the Fermented Bean Curb Pork for an extra crunchiness!
#8 Roti Bakar @ Joo Leong Cafe
Ask anyone in the vicinity and Joo Leong Cafe will be known as the ‘Roti Bakar Sungai Tiram’ for serving one of the best toasts all around. Perfect final treat before bidding goodbye to the island of ’24/7 food’. More of a Kopitiam than a café; the place is littered with a simple almost always occupied tables and chairs, in a traditionally humble setting.
Read also: Top 10 Roti Bakar In Penang
#9 Tom Yam @ Lye Lee Restaurant
Lye Lee Restaurant is more well-known for its minced pork porridge or bee hoon, but hidden in their menu is a seafood tom yam dish. Served with either noodles or bee hoon, this tom yam dish is packed with fresh seafood such as large prawns, fish, and meatballs. With a deliciously rich, spicy and aromatic broth, the tom yam clearly packs a punch for those seeking something more thrilling than a bowl of porridge or bee hoon.
#10 Indian Treat @ Chapathi House
Your laid-back neighborhood restaurant serving authentic Punjabi food freshly cooked daily! Come over and surprise your taste buds with some amazing flavors. Anything to do with Ghee, Garam Masala and Corriander powder, Chapati House is ready to serve you with Dhaal, Channa Masala, Hot chai to gulp it down and A fat ladoo as an end treat! Speed On!
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