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Tai Buan Porridge serving Classic Teo Chew porridge @ Penang

Tai Buan Porridge 大满清香粥 at Lebuh Muntri unarguably serve one of the classic Teochew porridge in Penang. I have not been here for the longest time. Most of the time I do not get to enjoy this shop as they only operate on weekdays. Since it was Chinese New Year and I am sick, my parents brought me back here for simple classic comfort food. A kind of Penang Street food to enjoy if you are here on weekdays. Operating in…

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Norm @ Penang

If you remember that Norm Cafe did make a huge buzz in Penang last year for their 2in1 concept. Cafe in the morning, bar at night. Then I was introduce by my friend to visit Norm that is famous for their waffle and located in different location at Lebuh Carnarvon. It did not ring a bell till I reach the location and find it weird, that it has similarities to the one I visited a year ago. Until I walk…

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CHATTO 茶社 @ Penang

Nothing much to do during Chinese New Year, so did some hunting to welcome back for bubble tea series. Instead of cafe hopping, we did Bubble tea shop hopping. CHATTO 茶社 Handcrafted Tea Bar Georgetown  is one of the latest outlet to be added into the list for bubble tea in Penang. Located in the edge of heritage zone, is one of the place for you to check them out before you drove off for next food hunting series.   Believe…

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Ome by Spacebar Coffee @ Penang

Cafe hopping in Penang is one of the activity for travelers to do when they are in Heritage area. Pack with quite alot cafe around the area, Ome by Spacebar Coffee at Lorong Toh Aka is one of the cafe that is introduce by my KL friend. Check this place out with instagrammer @sxnflxwer_ which is also her introduction to this place. Operating in one of the prewar houses, fit with raw walls, industrial mining lighting and wood elements as…

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Le Petit Four Patisserie @ Penang

Another cafe that was recommended by my friends is this Le Petit Four Patisserie that had been operating for quite a while in their old location in Hutton lane and they have just shifted to this new location about 5 months ago. Was told that their croissant is da bomb, and I should not miss it. also read up some other bloggers mention that the owner is a Le Cordon Bleu Patisserie graduates in France. Therefore my expectation would be different.…

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