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Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
10:30 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Restaurant Website
http://www.penang-one.com/
Signature Dishes
Asam Laksa Chee Cheong Fun Penang Hokkien Mee Seafood Popiah
Review (8)
Level4 2013-12-28
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I have been told that this restaurant gets its ingredients trucked down from Penang on a daily basis, to ensure that their food is completely the same as what you can find in Penang. I find it hard to argue when the quality is this good. The curry is fragrant and light, with plenty of fresh ingredients, including pig's blood, which is getting rare these days. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-29
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The people in Penang One boast that their ingredients are all fully imported from Penang, EVERYDAY. And this is no exception for the mua chi flour and sugared crushed peanuts. The texture of the mua chi is very soft, moist and tender without the stuck-in-your-teeth part, a part which I'm thankful for. The peanuts were nicely roasted and smelt good too. I would love it to be sweeter though as the sugar is not enough. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-25
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One of the Penang famous street food is Duck meat kueh teow soup. I remember grandma always bring me to the pasar hawker stall to eat when i was young in penang. The presentation of the kueh teow soup looks exactly similar to the one in Penang. The duck meat is just that tiny and thin sliced on top. Surprise to see some ''duck blood cake'' inside too, luckily is just tiny sliced. The duck blood is tasteless and texture like jelly. The clear soup taste is great and i like their thinner portion of kueh teow which is different from the normal kueh teow they use in other hawker stalls. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-15
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They also have the Penang style of Chee Cheong Fan which is being served with the sweet sauce as well as shrimp paste. Well rolled with the smooth rice noodle roll and topped with sesame seed as well as some onion oil too. The chee cheong fan gives an authentic taste of Penang where the delights are all the way bring from Penang from the Macalister Lane Chee Cheong Fan.Price: RM 3.90 continue reading
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