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Telephone
04-508 1216
Opening Hours
Today
07:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sat
07:30 - 22:00
Sun
07:30 - 13:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.7villagenoodlehouse.com/
Signature Dishes
Chicken Soya Sauce Curry Mee La Mian Soup Lobak Milk Tea Pork Knuckle
Review (5)
Tong Sui and Herbal TeaLobak, deep fried meat roll with chili paste served in very good symbolic design.Chicken, not really good as the meat is a bit hard.Koay Teow Soup, not really impress me. It was too oily and the portion is small even the fish ball is not fresh.Read more: http://www.tasteiest.com/2010/06/7-village-noodle-station-2.html#ixzz2vEPGtdEKoverall quite dissapointed with the dishes served as it way too oily and the flavor is not enough to our liking, there is alot other koay teow soup that is much more delicious in Penang.  continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-24
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7 Village Noodle House 七廊粿條湯 is located at 58, Jalan Bayu Mutiara 1, Taman Bayu Mutiara, Penang, Bukit Mertajam. This restaurant offers variety options of noodles at a reasonable price. konlou panmeeThis konlou panmee served with half boiled egg, fishballs and vegetables. The noodle is very springy and the taste of sauce is just nice, not too salty. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-13
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7 Village Noodle House 七廊粿條湯 is a restaurant serving a wide range of chinese cuisines. All of its cuisines available here are more to relating noodles. This review is about the branch located at bukit mertajam.7 Village pork knuckle - a chinese style dishThis dish is the pork knuckle. The pork knuckle meat is not too fat and not too lean just nice. The sauce tasted something like the Thai sauce which are a bit spicy and more to sourish and sweet. continue reading
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Level4 2013-02-28
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I like to eat the koay teow soup here. The koay teow soup here the soup is really simply very delicious. The soup is very clear and non oily at all. Then I like their chicken slices on the koay teow. You can tear them into smaller pieces to eat it. Besides that, the koay teow is very smooth to eat. The aroma of the koay teow flow in the nose is so nice to eat. I like to put some chilli to eat together. continue reading
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Level3 2012-06-04
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7 Village Noodle Shop (七廊粿條湯) , is very famous koay teow th’ng in Raja Uda. Currently they have 3 branches in Penang. Raja Uda, Bukit Tengah <near auto city>, and also Nibong Tebal.Koay teow th’ng is a noodle soup. The noodle is white colour and it is so called "koay teow" and th'ng carry the meaning of soup in Hokkian Dialect. Personally I would say, actually koay teow th’ng is quite a simple dish. Sometimes, it is really hard to differentiate which stall sell better koay teow th’ng. Okay, for me, the most important is how they cook their soup. People can cook their soup by using flavoring or cook with the meat likes pig bones, chicken bones and so forth. What I meant is, if I felt very thirsty after eating the noodle, i pretty sure they are using flavoring like <MSG> to cook the soup. I would not try again next time.Okay, 7 village noodle shop have operated more than 50 years, and it starts from selling through bicycle around until the 3 big branches in different part of main land. You can probably have the idea on their food. They wouldn’t get recognize and accepted if the food is too BAD.Food that is shouldn't be missed off when visiting 7village Kuey Teow Th'ng is their famous guo jiang and lobak. Both of them is fried food. The difference between them is the fillings inside. Do remember not to miss out this famous cuisine in Penang Mainland.Website : http://mumbleshout.blogspot.com/2012/04/7-village-noodle-shop.html continue reading
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