It became a norm where every new week we’ll have newcomers buzzing into Penang’s food scene. And we, Penangites are really proud of that. Lacking in plans for the weekends? Fret not as we’ve got you covered. Read on: Top 5 New Things to Try This Week.
5 New Things to Try This Week
This new café in Penang has successfully stepped up their aesthetic game with its Instagram-worthy interior- pinkly furnished and minimalist classy, perfect for you to step up your Instagram by taking some #ootds or foodporn. It’s also a homey haven for brunch lovers and coffee enthusiasts. With their menu full of crowd-pleasers like their Thai Phat Phet, aglio e olio and to-die-for pastries, no matter it’s a sunny or a rainy day, there’s nowhere better to hang out with friends with a cuppa.
Address: 64, Lorong Edgecumbe, 10250 Penang. Operating Hours: 12.00pm- 7.00pm daily You might also like: Top 5 Things to Try This November
2. Old Master Nanyang Cafe
Don’t expect glamour, as this is an old-school greasy spoon at its best. Originated from Taiping, this is a traditional café where wooden tables, phoenix cloud teacups and good thick coffee supreme. But wait, this café ain’t just that! Serving simplicity with a twist, they offer a fusion of old and new coffee cultures. This is the place where you can pull up a pew in a bygone era, but also break the monotony by having a sip of our latest coffee innovations! Try their best selling, Hor Ka Sai, topped with a creamy milk tea or coffee foam. Absolutely brilliant!
Address: 117-A, Lebuh Victoria, George Town, 10300 George Town, Pulau Pinang. Operating Hours: 10.00am- 6.00pm daily
Despite being a relatively new bubble milk tea joint in Penang, Venzytea has never stop stealing the spotlight ever since its establishment this August. The good news is they just opened their second store in Sunway Carnival Mall! Friends from mainland no longer need to travel across the bridge to have a taste of their smooth milk tea. All are freshly brewed and they experiment with flavour combinations and toppings like no other. Their tapioca pearls as the star of the show are all freshly cooked, with none brought in. Just head over to satisfy your bubble lovin’.
Address: LG-K6, Sunway Carnival Mall 3068, Jalan Todak Pusat Bandar Seberang Jaya, Seberang Jaya, 13700 Perai, Pulau Pinang Operating Hours: 10.00am- 10.00pm daily
4. Shan Jie Dessert House
When the sweet tooth comes a-knockin’, dish up one the luscious dessert options offered at Shan Jie Dessert House! I must say that this is a dessert place for you to go if you want to indulge in desserts guilt-free! The desserts here never go out of style, making you want to return for more. You’ll be spoilt for choices as the menu offers a culmination of Chinese desserts. But fret not, as all desserts are punchy, no flavours get dumbed down and your taste buds will be held at gunpoint.
Address: 79-1 Jalan Siam, George Town, Malaysia Operating Hours: 12.00pm- 11.00pm, closed on Wednesday
5. Viking Steakhouse
Inspired by the ancient civilisation of Vikings and their culinary delights, Viking Steakhouse aims to bring people together for a hearty meal just like them. The restaurant is a refurbished house at a posh location in Tanjung Bungah. Elegance and quality are the names of the game here. Set in a cosy and refined ambience, they serve exquisite food which is even better than some high-end restaurants. Their premium steak paired with great wine will blow you away – literally and metaphorically. Once it’s on your radar you’ll certainly be back for more.
Address: 546-D Jalan Tanjung Bungah,11200 Tanjong Tokong,Pulau Pinang.
Operating Hours: 3.00pm -11.00pm daily
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