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Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 18:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 18:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Pork-free
Signature Dishes
Roti Planta Roti Susu
Review (43)
Batu Lancang Market is a food court that is serving a wide variety of Malaysian variety cuisines. It is located at Lintang Batu Lancang, Jelutong. This stall sells Indo Mee.Indo MeeThis indo mee is quite delicious. A lot of ingredients like fish cakes, pork meats, beansprouts, fried onions and some vegetables. I bet if they provide a lime for me, it would be even tasty. continue reading
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Batu Lanchang Market is a food court which is serving a wide range of malaysian cuisine. This review is all about the Gerai Kopi Lai Lai stall at this place.Toast and half-boiled eggsThis dish is the toast and half-boiled eggs. THe toast has the kaya inside. The eggs are very delicious. continue reading
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There was a big food court located at batu lancing market centre. There was lots of parking lot besides the food court so parking is not a problem at there. I am having breakfast early morning and unfortunately there was not much stalls open at that time. There is a stall that crowded by people for the famous Hainan chicken rice. Besides chicken, there was roasted pork, bbq pork, roasted chicken selling at the stalls. I had myself a roast pork rice which comes with cucumber slice and a small bowl of soup. The roasted pork was nice as I request of not having the oily part of the pork. The pork was crispy on the top with smooth and soft meat . The chicken rice has a great aroma as well. The boss is a very nice person . A plate of roast pork like this cost just RM 3.40. continue reading
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I never fail to go to this food court for their fried fritters whenever we drop by to get fresh vegetables and meat for home cooking. This is one of the many traditional markets found in Penang which is known fondly to the local folks here since the old days. It goes by the name Batu Lanchang Market, which is located within Batu Lanchang Complex , and also a host to varieties of delicious Penang food - all under one roof!!!The best part is after you have done your marketing, you can retire to the hawker stalls for snacks. Among the popular hawker food you can have at this food court include the Pasembur, Char Koay Teow, Tau Sa Pia and many more. But am more interested in Yau Char Kuay and Ham Chim Peng at one of the long standing stall here. It is operated by a senior couple, which according to my aunt; the business has been passed on to him by his father. And the business just continues to grow. It can be quite a long queue, so sometimes I just opt to take away, so that I can enjoy comfortably at my home sweet home. By just looking at the uncle preparing the dough, and the wife helping with the frying, makes it such a warm lovely sight ^^The Yau Char Koay was fried just nice. It’s crispy at the outside but fluffily soft in the inside. But it can be bit oily at times, hehe. As for the Ham Chim Peng, you can choose from 3 types; original (no filling but salty), red bean or with sweet white glutinous rice. I personally prefer the third variety as it gives the dough a mild sweetness amidst some salty taste of the fried dough. Definitely one of the best snacks during tea time And did I mention that we did our groceries in the evening? Yea, it’s different from the normal market which we usually see operating in the morning. Anyway, do take note that all activities winds down after 7 pm, so make sure you don’t come too late continue reading
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Level4 2012-08-07
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Chinese Pasembur and it is one of the famous one in Penang. It is located next to Shariff Nasi Kandar) as the ingredients gels very well together. The freshly sliced vegetables soaked in the sweet spicy sauce; the very light, crispy crackers giving the pasembur some crunch; the random taufoo pieces that complement the rest of the ingredients had made it so nice and delighting. A best combination when you add some jelly fish on it. I love the kuah and the crunchy jelly fish comes with it which is really good and appetizing Taste: 5/5Price: RM 3.00 continue reading
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