Located at Zoo Road in Ayer Itam, this main branch of Ah Leng Char Koay Teow can be found at a residential housing area and off the main roads. Ah Leng, the man itself, can usually be seen frying his Char Koay Teow during the evenings (the stall opens in the evening). There is another branch located at Dato Kramat Road, George Town which is usually manned by his children.
A popular local stall, Apong Guan has been in business for many years and can be found along Burma Road, just in front of Union Primary School in George Town.
Apong Guan is a small apong stall along Burmah Road in front of Union Primary School and diagonal from the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Apong or apom is a type of pancake that is commonly made here in Penang, and a favorite dessert amongst the locals.
A street stall closing up after a day of selling drinks at one of the most tourist-popular areas in 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.