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Penang Food Restaurant

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Penang Food Restaurant is a restaurant serving Chinese cuisine, located on Lorong 25A Geylang.

Daily: 10.00 am - 1.00 am

+65 68413002
$16 based on 37 submissions
Dinner (5 votes), After Work (3 votes), Children/Family (3 votes)
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As good as being in Penang

Heard of this place from my Malaysian friends long time ago but never had the time to swing by this part of Singapore to try it out; but finally had the chance last weekend. After a round of golf with my buddies, suggested to head over to Aljuneid. At the end of it, all of us were just so happy we made the trip. This is certainly one hidden gem in Singapore. Cheap good food is how I would describe it. Triede out their char koey teow and lala hokkien mee. The koay teow is different, the small thin kind but was soooo good and tasty. The lala hokkien mee was also excellent. We also had the salted egg sotong, which I would highly recommend to everyone going over. This place is a keeper. Will bring my family next.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • assam laksa3 votes
  • Salted egg sotong2 votes
  • Cereal chicken1 vote
  • Hakka Lei Cha1 vote
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• 17 May 2015 • 106 reviews • 0 follower

As good as being in Penang

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Heard of this place from my Malaysian friends long time ago but never had the time to swing by this part of Singapore to try it out; but finally had the chance last weekend. After a round of golf with my buddies, suggested to head over to Aljuneid. At the end of it, all of us were just so happy we made the trip. This is certainly one hidden gem in Singapore. Cheap good food is how I would describe it. Triede out their char koey teow and lala hokkien mee. The koay teow is different, the small thin kind but was soooo good and tasty. The lala hokkien mee was also excellent. We also had the salted egg sotong, which I would highly recommend to everyone going over. This place is a keeper. Will bring my family next.
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• 03 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Oily feeling

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Came after a friend highly recommended. Ordered beancurd skin, prawn paste fried chicken & penang kway teow. Really oily. Should just stick to penang laksa. had a better experience a year ago. Unlikely to revisit. 
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• 01 Nov 2014 • 216 reviews • 5 followers

Penang Seafood Resturant At Aljunied

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This is a fine restaurant located just next to Aljunied mrt. In the past 12 years, I've seen at least three turnovers of food eateries at this particular unit. However, since the establishment of Penang Seafood in 2008, they have not only claimed their spot, but have also expanded their territory by having another space just two units down and a recent coffee shop at the corner of the same stretch of shop house. That's how good this place is.

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/penang-seafood-resturant-at-aljunied
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