Campbell Street: Moustache Houze

Established since 2013, Moustache Houze is one of the several cafes located along Campbell Street (towards the end of the street, right before the old market). As what its name suggests, the cafe features the moustache theme and one of its specialties is its Espresso Ice Cube drinks (something similar to the drink from The Loaf). There is also a mural painted within the interior of the cafe.

Please refer to the cafe’s official Facebook page here for more info;

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Penang Hillside: Gusto Cafe

Gusto Cafe

Gusto Cafe is a small cafe tucked away from the town and is located at Hillside, Tanjung Bungah, Penang. Frequently visited by the local residents living around that area, the cafe serves both English breakfast and American style lunch (burgers). For more info, its Facebook page can be found here; JasonsGustoCafe.

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Stewart Lane: Coffee Atelier – Cafe 55

Cafe 55

Cafe 55 is located at the corner pre-war shophouse of Stewart Lane and Chulia Lane. As with most of such cafes in George Town, the cafe serves both food (such as spaghetti and all day breakfast) as well as various drinks, especially coffee. The cafe is notably known for its 3D latte art.

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Green Hall Street: Kaffa Espresso Bar

A newly established cafe at Green Hall Street, Kaffa Espresso Bar joins a myriad of such similar cafes which are opening all over George Town in recent years. Kaffa Espresso Bar provides a retro-like and cozy ambiance while serving nice food (such as Big Bites All-Day Long Breakfast Platter) and coffee. The cafe’s official website is and the cafe opens 8am – 10pm from Monday to Sunday.

Note: Kaffa Espresso Bar is not to be confused with the Kaffa Kafe at Straits Quay or China Street.

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Beach Street: Cozy in the Rocket













Cozy in the Rocket is the new Amelie Cafe with a spacious dining area and still retains its old vintage settings. Operated by the original couple owners, Cozy in the Rocket is located at the corner of the junction of Armenian Street and Beach Street, a few meters away from the old spot.

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