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Top 5 New Things to Try in Penang This Week

Hello Foodies! How’s your 2019 going so far? We’re back with another round of weekly food guide to light up your day! From new coffee places to patisseries and mamak joints, all are not gonna disappoint. Read on Top 5 New Things to Try in Penang This Week.

Top 5 New Things to Try in Penang This Week

1. And Arabica

There’s a lot of coffee in Penang, but don’t settle for anything but the best. Here’s a new place to get the most from your caffeine high. And Arabica, a new coffee shop in Malaysia which is bringing coffee to new heights is finally opened in Queensbay Mall! Serving quality coffee at an affordable price, their coffees are lavish and indulgent- a great excuse to slow down and treat yourself, along with a rich slice of cake.

Photo by And Arabica Coffee
Photo by And Arabica Coffee
Photo by And Arabica Coffee

Address: 2nd Floor, Centre Court, Queensbay Mall, 100, Persiaran Bayan Indah, 11900 Bayan Lepas, Penang
Operating Hours: 10.30am- 10.30pm daily

2. HB Noodle House 豐味麵館

Penang Curry Mee has managed to capture the hearts and stomachs of both Penangites and tourists over the years, and here’s a new noodle spot serving super authentic white curry mee in Penang! This dish is very inviting in its own way and once it’s inside, you can feel like your pores are benefiting as well as your stomach.

Photo by HB Noodle House
Photo by HB Noodle House

Their soup base is made from a combination of curry and coconut milk, without any MSG added, and they’ve got an assortment of toppings and sauces which are likely to suit everyone’s likings. To gaze upon their sooting bowl of simmering broth is a panacea for life problems.

Photo by HB Noodle House

Address: 18, Tingkat Kurau 4, Butterworth, Malaysia
Operating Hours: 7.00am- 3.30pm daily

3. Long Time Ago 很久苡前- 羊肉串

Penang is home to some seriously smoking barbecue joints, who love to take things slow with a bit of flaming peril to liven things up. If you’ve smelt the tantalising waft of bbq mutton grilling Gurney Paragon, chances are it was Long Time Ago.

Cooked slowly using a charcoal grill, their lamb, chicken and pork burnt ends are fully flavoured to your spice preferences. In fact, diners praise the family-friendly restaurant’s cosy, casual vibe, and attentive service.

Photo by I Love To Eat
Photo by I Love To Eat
Photo by I Love To Eat

Address: Lot 163-G-01, Gurney Paragon Mall, Persiaran Gurney, 10250 Penang, Malaysia.
Operating Hours: 12.00pm- 10.00pm daily

4. Cupid Dupid

Here’s a new pastry spot peddling the kinds of confections people dream about and is vowed to satisfy every size of sweet tooth- Cupid Dupid. We love how unpretentious everything is here- folks throw on their nice pair of jeans, or pairs of good earrings to indulge in their pastries. It’s also the perfect spot for breakfast as you can pick up freshly baked baguettes and flaky buttery croissants.

Photo by @cupid_dupid
Photo by @jennyhopilee
Photo by cupid_dupid

Address: 9 , Jalan Phuah Hin Leong, Penang, Malaysia
Operating Hours: 11.00am-7.00pm (Closed on Monday)

5. M Mamak

It would be weird for Penangites not being in love with our local Mamak stalls. This new Mamak place we’re about to share ain’t your typical Mamak stall. Set in a goldish interior with Turkish wooden furniture, everything’s fancy at M Mamak. However, don’t let their expensive-looking interior fool you, they serve their dishes at a super affordable price! Lunch tends to be lively, evenings are more sophisticated.

Photo by M Mamak
Photo by M Mamak
Photo by M Mamak

Address: M Mall, Jalan Dato Keramat, 10150 George Town, Pulau Pinang
Operating Hours: 24 hours

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