Malaysia Restaurants

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  • 1. Capitol Satay

    $ | Malaysian

    Deservedly popular with both locals and tourists (so expect to wait in line) this hole-in-the-wall joint specializes in satay celup —raw and...Read More

  • 2. Central Market

    $ | Asian

    Don't let the bustling and rather pungent fish, meat, and produce market on the first floor put you off—the hawker food stands on the market...Read More

  • 3. Gurney Drive Hawker Center

    $ | Malaysian

    Some will argue that Gurney Drive is not the best hawker center in Penang (having an opinion on the best place to eat is a Malaysian pastime...Read More

  • 4. Kak Nong Restaurant

    $ | Malaysian

    Always bustling, this kopitiam— a traditional-style coffee shop found through much of Southeast Asia—is one of the most widely regarded in...Read More

  • 5. Lot 10 Hutong

    $ | Malaysian

    You don't typically think of a mall food court as can't-miss dining, but Lot 10 Hutong has something special going for it. Each of the 30-odd...Read More

  • 6. My Own Café

    $ | Malaysian

    Inside a fully restored shophouse, My Own Café has a beautifully tiled floor and a mix of traditional dark wood carved furniture and retro...Read More

  • 7. Nancy’s Kitchen Restaurant

    $ | Malaysian

    In an old house close to Jonkers Street, you'll find one of the most popular places in Malacca to try Nyonya (also called Nonya or Peranakan...Read More

  • 8. Pak Putra Tandoori and Naan Restaurant

    $ | Pakistani

    Though it's set up more like a stall than a restaurant—with plastic chairs in what is essentially a parking lot—Pak Putra is known throughout...Read More

  • 9. Seribu Bintang Restaurant

    $ | Asian

    A local favorite, this casual restaurant serves a mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian, and Indonesian food, whic can be enjoyed indoor or outdoors...Read More

  • 10. Taipei House Restaurant

    $ | Chinese

    After a day of shopping in the ParkCity Mall, you won't even need to leave the building to refuel at this sleek, brightly lit restaurant—a popular...Read More

  • 11. Tek Sen Restaurant

    $ | Chinese

    What opened in 1965 as a humble rice stall is today a wildly popular shophouse restaurant with bright street art on the back wall. Tek Sen serves...Read More

  • 12. Yu Kee Bak Kut Teh

    $ | Malaysian

    Located along Gaya Street, this scruffy stall serves what is argued by many to be the best bowl of bak kut teh . Literally translated as "pork...Read More

  • 13. Palate Palette

    $ | American

    After graduating from the Institute of Culinary Education in the United States, Chef Paul Lai worked in New York City kitchens and opened a...Read More

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