Jalan Dinding or Dinding Lane is a small and short street that is linked with Transfer Road in George Town. Although it is a lane, its Malay translation is “Jalan” – meaning Road, just like the similarly styled Hutton Lane being called Jalan Hutton. Dinding Lane is found to be named after The Dindings (now known as Manjung), part of the old Straits Settlements region.
A bowl of Koay Teow Th’ng with add-ons chicken leg and fish balls.
Koay Teow Soup (commonly known here as “Koay Teow Th’ng” locally), is a dish usually consists of koay teow (translated literally as ricecake strips), fish balls, duck meat or pork, lettuce and spring onions cooked in a bowl of hot clear broth. This particular stall is quite popular with the locals and is located at Hutton Lane, George Town.
Hainanese Chicken Rice Set
Wen Chang Hainanese Chicken Rice is located at Cintra Street and is one of the famous and popular chicken rice shops in George Town that has been around for years.
A popular place for beef soup noodles and/or rice. This stall is located at Loo coffeeshop at Carnarvon Street, George Town.
Street photo of a small alley in the heart of George Town.