Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 21:00
Closed: Sat & Sun
Reminisce over a cup of freshly brewed coffee, or taste the distintive Assam Laksa just like the evocative mix of urbanised and traditional Penang here at Penang Street, where a convergence of both savoury familiar Penang cuisine and cultural vibrancy of Penang streets would surely captivate your dining experience.
I do not feel the food taste as Penang Food, the standard still far away! In addition, tooooo expensive! Both my friend and I spend over SGD36 (including service chrg and GST) for one plate char kway teow and one bowl of prawn noodle with 2 longan drink. both plate has 3 prawn, longan 3 pcs.
Portions are small and inconsistent taste for the prices they charge. Walking to NUH food court will get you better food at lower prices.
Order roti chenai and it took them 30 minutes to serve two prata with curry. That is after asking them to check the order twice ! Bad service attitude by staff who claims that it take 20 to 30 minutes to prepare this order.
Lack of staff means it is also difficult to get staffs attention to place order or check order.
Overall don't bother giving this place a try. There are plenty of better options in that area.
Which other eatery serves you mediocre food, poor ambience where table have very very close proximity, restaurant prices and the best thing is you need to share a table with strangers? (2pax + 2pax strangers on a 4 seater table) Maybe common practice in coffee shops when the crowd is packing, but coffee shops do not charge you exorbitant prices.
Enough said about the services, you can enjoy better food at coffee shop or food court. Food quality is no where near those you can find in Penang.
If you don't mind the mediocre food, noisy environment and having to share a table with complete strangers. (Hmmm .... friendly competition ..... who can speak louder, you and your partner or the 2 strangers next to you). If you don't mind all these, then you can go visit this place, other wise there are much much much more better options.