Hungry folks in Gopeng can head over to Mee Kari Ami for a satisfying and tasty meal.
Follow this easy recipe using chicken and shrimp for the best tasting noodles ever.
An easy recipe, this delicious meal takes only 15 minutes to make and serve.
Drop by Little Eat Stall in Pudu for a delicious and hearty bowl of noodles served with fresh fish.
Bring out the cookware because you're about to cook-up quite a storm in the kitchen.
The thick, creamy and flavourful congee is the perfect complement to the fish or pig innards that is it served with.
Only a 15-minute car ride from town, this humble restaurant is a must-visit as it offers a variety of fish to go with your noodles.
A plate of Mee Goreng here comes with the usual fritters, squid, potato, eggs, bean sprouts and greens but is taken off the wok while still 'wet'.
This recipe has a tasty sauce that wets the noodles but doesn’t completely drench it.
Operated by three foreigners, most likely from Myanmar, the fish head noodles are simple yet spot on in terms of taste and preparation.
Specialising in seafood noodles, a customer has plenty to choose from - prawns, Red Snapper, Grouper and fish balls, as well as noodles prepared either dry, soup, or spiced-up.
The soup base for the kuey teow with Tiger Garupa and oysters is subtle in flavour, while portions served are pretty decent.
A flourishing roadside stall, both locals and tourists alike swear by the richness of the Mee Udang's broth and the freshness of its prawns.
While a standard bowl goes for RM6, if you're in the mood for the deluxe version, ask for extra prawns - it costs only RM3 more.
If you're on the lookout for hawker food that lives up to their Penang versions, look no further than Johnny's at Taman Subang Murni.
The best-selling dishes come with wonton -- shrimp and pork dumplings -- or tossed liberally with dried shrimp roe, harking back to Hong Kong's origins as a fishing village.
Families of pupils who fell sick after noodle meal reckon legal action will serve as a lesson for all school canteen operators.
Deputy Education Minister P Kamalanathan says the ministry is waiting for a full report from the school and hospital before deciding on sterner action.