People queuing up for a bowl of Teochew chendul (or cendol) at the famous stall at Penang Road, George Town.
The exact location of the stall is actually along Keng Kwee Street (Lebuh Keng Kwee) in George Town. Chendul is a traditional dessert popular in Southeast Asia, especially Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. It is usually made up of coconut milk, jelly ‘green noodles’ and red beans served with shaved ice and palm sugar.
St. Presso cafe is located at the recently completed Elit Avenue in Bayan Baru, far away from the heritage zone of George Town where most such cafes are located. Despite the location, the cafe has been gaining popularity among the locals and people from around the area.
The cafe’s official website is http://www.stpresso.com.
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; https://www.facebook.com/MoustacheHouze.
Tucked along the small alley of Stewart Lane
beside the famous Kuan Yin Temple
in George Town, The Alley cafe is a rather hidden cafe that is popular locally with its churros and cronuts. The cafe itself is actually housed in a former Chinese paraphernalia shophouse called Kedai Gaharu Keat Seang.
For more ingo, please refer to is Facebook page here; https://www.facebook.com/thealleypenang.
The Twelve Cups is another small cafe which is noted for its mille crepes cakes. It is located at Logan Heritage
and faces Beach Street. For more info, please visit its Facebook page HERE