A small cafe converted from an old pre-war shop located along Carnarvon Street serving Mexican and Mediterranean meals.
Located right at the top of Penang Hill’s Strawberry Hill, this British style restaurant serves English food with its pleasant hilltop surroundings.
For more info on the restaurant, please refer HERE.
Located at Armenian Street and at the heart of heritage zone, Edelweiss Cafe is the first and only Swiss Restaurant in George Town, Penang serving both European and local cuisine. The small interior of the cafe also features various antique furniture and vintage artifacts, with a heritage ambiance. For more info, please visit its website; http://www.edelweisscafe.com/.
Update: Amelie Cafe has now moved to become Cozy in the Rocket.
Char Koay Teow is the top and most popular food which one must try when visiting Penang. There are also quite a number of Char Koay Teow stalls in Penang with each stall having their specialty sauce and ingredients. Liked by both locals and foreigners, Char Koay Teow is made from flat rice noodles, which are stir-fried over very high heat with soy sauce, chilli, and most often, with eggs and prawns too.
At this time of the year, the fruit farms at the hills and rainforests of Penang are once again teeming with durians, a popular and unique local fruit. Although the durian has a very strong scent, the fruit is actually very tasty for those who like it or can go pass the strong scent.