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Asian
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Ask locals where their favourite hawker stalls are, and they’ll generally mention this night-time street extravaganza. Just about everything's available here. — Lonely Planet
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Thai
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There’s a charm to its simple interior, an intimacy that gives you a feeling as if you’re stepping into their personal dining room. And the food they serve is pretty good too. — Time Out
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Asian
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Popular self-service place for cheap, mostly vegetarian food of the tofu and green vegetables variety. — Lonely Planet
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Malaysian
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Asian
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They serve a decent meal at affordable enough prices to make it a place for your regular nyonya fix. Expect to find the usual nyonya fare, such as the curry kapitan (chicken curry). — Time Out
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Italian
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This arty, airy place offers a winning combo of a courtyard garden, good coffee, refreshing drinks and some of the best artisan pasta dishes Penang has to offer. — Lonely Planet
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European
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Located at the top of Penang Hill, this restaurant's open-air terrace is probably the island's most atmospheric destination for colonial-style high tea. — Lonely Planet
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American
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Situated at the touristy strip of Batu Ferringhi, The Ship is a nautical-themed western restaurant that is tucked literally within a formidable pirate ship. — Time Out
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Japanese
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Fresh, expertly prepared sushi is served in a vine-covered hardwood setting that looks more like the heart of the jungle than the middle of the city. — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
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This unassuming café located in the heart of George Town provides a welcome respite after a long day of sightseeing. — Time Out
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Malaysian
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You won't find too many locals eating here, but this place has a convenient location and offers a wide selection of food, including most local specialties. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
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You can sample authentic dishes such as the deep-fried fish and hong bak (pork in thick gravy), curried fish and an array of colourful nyonya cakes. — Time Out
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Asian
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Very busy restaurant specialising in tandoori chicken and biryani, along with fish and mutton curries. They do a mean masala tea, too. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
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Next to the roundabout as you enter town, this restaurant is famous for its fish dishes and huge range of seafood, but it’s a little overpriced. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
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One of Penang's most famous hawker complexes sits amid modern high-rise buildings bordered by the sea. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
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The local version of fast food – but so much better. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
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Back in the 1940s, the bungalow that this beachside restaurant partly occupies was the hub of the Lone Pine Hotel, one of Batu Ferringhi's most historic properties. — Lonely Planet
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Chinese
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The famous trishaw egg tart has been a Ming Xiang Tai signature since the early days of 1979 when it was first sold straight from a trishaw. — Time Out
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Cafe
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Situated on the busiest stretch of Lebuh Chulia, this bakery has been become quite an institution. — Time Out
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