Restoran Penang Corner 槟岛之恋
Offers The Best Authentic Penang Hawker Food
In Kepong Kuala Lumpur
The Perfect PIT STOP for Penang Hawker Food!
Foodgasm On A Sinful Sunday At Restoran Penang Corner 槟岛之恋 tasting some of the Penang's flavours right here in Kepong Baru, Kuala Lumpur. If you have been hungering to taste Penang hawker food lately, fret not! Auntie Lilly is excited to share some of my happy eats recently in Kepong with all my foodies' readers today!
RESTORAN PENANG CORNER
3 Lorong Antoi
52100 Kuala Lumpur
Opens at 8am Closes at 2-3pm
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Spacious No-Frills Seatings
At Restoran Penang Corner 槟岛之恋, you get to indulge yourself crazy over guilty pleasures trying out Penang's style authentic Penang White Curry Mee, Char Kuey Teow, Penang Pork Noodles and dessert was the Ice Kacang.
Penang Pork Noodles
Among all the dishes I tried, I liked the Penang Pork Noodles best. Penang version is different from KL-style. The pork bone soup was flavourful, very 'ching' and sweet with the mee hoon soaking in the porky goodness of the soup.
My Pork Noodles comes with mixed pork slices, minced pork patty and firm meatballs too. You'll definitely enjoy the freshness of the pork as they seasoned it with tapioca powder and meat tenderizer to give it extra softness.
Authentic Penang White Curry Mee
Well, as for the Authentic Penang White Curry Mee; this is another must-try dish when dining here. It was delicious in the 'cukup lemak' in a sweet and creamy Santan (Coconut Milk) broth that comes with unique pork blood, fresh cockles, pork ball, brown cuttlefish and Taufoo Pok.
Penang-style White Curry Mee lets you add your chilli paste to your liking and of course the more the spicier la and also it helps to enhance the flavour of the dish.
Just try a few spoonfuls of the White Curry Broth without the chillies and then adds it on, mix well to taste a whole new flavour arise from the power chillies paste that heightened the tasting experience!
Penang Char Kuey Teow
Well, no dining at Penang Corner would be complete without trying their famous Penang Char Kuey Teow, right? Their Char Kuey Teow also quite good too, well cooked with the smooth flat rice noodles with chives, bean sprouts and slightly charred egg!
Full Of Wok Hei while best of all, it's not oily at all and comes with a generous portion of Taugeh but I wished they would be a bit generous and don't sting on the Chinese sausage and prawns too.
Last but not least, try out their Penang Ice Kacang - Nothing fancy but simply a refreshingly cool and sweet dessert to cool off especially after those spicy Curry Mee.
My hubby, Uncle Hong a great fan of any ABC Ice Kacang he can get hold of, citied that he enjoys the ice shaving which was soft and fine as snow and not ice flakes like in the Indian cendol. The sweetness comes from the fragrant and rich Gula Melaka too!