Holiday on Electric Scooters in Penang: Foodie Edition

Penang Food

Well known among Malaysians, in fact — as the best place to get absolutely delicious and pretty cheap street food, Penang is a food lover’s paradise. Just thinking about stir-fried kuey teow, straight from the work and asam laksa, equal parts sour and tangy has us salivating!Follow us on our day trip as we explore the nooks and crannies of Penang with the Eclimo ES-11, filling our bellies (to the brim!) with mouth watering local cuisines.

Tourists love going to Astaka Taman Tun Sardon for their variety of breakfast options — lontong, apom, nasi lemuni, char kuey teow or the local favourite, serabai. It can get pretty crowded, so it might be wise to go earlier.

Lunch @ Restoran Hameediyah

Your Penang food vacation will only get its stamp of approval when you’ve had a plate of nasi kandar (with kuah banjir). As Penang is famous for its nasi kandar, you might not be able to decide between the many options at Penang. Our pick is Restoran Hameediyah because the curry just hits different!

Tea @ Kareem Pasembur Rojak

A bowl of explosion in every bite — shredded cucumber, diced potatoes, fried beancurd, bean sprouts, prawn fritters and other seafood served with a sweet and spicy nut sauce. Kareem Pasembur Rojak’s portion is big and hearty, perfect for a company of two or more.

Dinner @ Mee Sotong Hameed Pata

If you go to Penang without having their famed mee sotong, did you go to Penang at all? You can’t leave without having a plate of stir-fried noodles with spicy squids, in a typical mamak style.

Ready for a food trip to Penang? Just empty out your stomach, make rooms for delicious street food dishes, and you’re all ready for Penang. But, first, book your ride with the Eclimo ES-11 on TREVO!

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