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Opening Hours
Today
06:30 - 09:30
12:00 - 15:00
Mon - Wed
06:30 - 09:30
12:00 - 15:00
Thu
Closed
Fri - Sun
06:30 - 09:30
12:00 - 15:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Pork-free
Signature Dishes
Coffee Ee Foo Mee Eggy Indian Appom
Review (9)
Kedai Kopi Swee Kong offers a variety of foods, such as char kuay teow, assam laksa, hokkien mee, and siam laksa.Penang Siam Laksa served with fish cakesThis Penang Siam Laksa is a must try. The combination of noodles, fish cakes and its broth is simply divine and scrumptious. They complement each other very well. It tastes even better with the sambal which gives it a bit of heat. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-04
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Kedai Kopi Swee Kong is a restaurant servings a wide range of cuisine. Majority cuisines available here is more to Indian like cuisine.Egg Sauce Wantan NoodlesThis dish is the egg sauce wantan noodles. The sauce is gravy and tasty. The noodles are soft and tangy. The wantan is not really nice, they slightly over-fried the wantan. The char siew (bbq pork) they used is very hard as you can see, it is dry. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-29
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点了一碟炸春卷还有炸豆腐当大家的小食。春卷炸到很好吃。外皮很酥脆,里面的蔬菜让整个春卷吃起来很爽脆。豆腐更是很滑,但是外皮并没有很酥脆,除了豆腐的味道就没有其他的味道了。 continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-27
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Nothing beats on a lazy Sunday morning than to stroll along the popular streets of Penang and to try out Penang famous dish – “Hokkien mee”. Arguably Penang most favored dish, Hokkien mee or “Prawn noodles” has long been one of the favorites’ among the locals.There are two version of Hokkien mee in Penang – One is the soup base and the others are the dry type. Ask any Penangites what is their definition of Hokkien mee andyou’ll definitely get the same answer. It’s a blanched “bee hoon” or “mee” and added with crunchy bean sprouts, kangkung, eggs and sliced prawns with meat laid on top.Together with the good aromatic stock made from prawns, onion, chili paste and served with a sprinkling of fragrant “eu chang” – Shallot fritters, it is the perfect blend which made up the delicious Hokkien mee.The dry version is called “Hokkien char” by the locals and it is made with fat noodles dried with dark soya sauce and eaten with sambal belacan. A slightly different taste but it is just as delicious.In the olden days, Hokkien mee sellers usually push or cycle their stall along the neighborhood “calling out” loud to tell people about their particular dish, but today the location are fixed at either coffee shops or hawker centreThroughout the island, you can find many places selling Hokkien mee. From Teluk Bahang to Jelutong and from Balik Pulau to Air Itam. The famous ones are perhaps located at Pulau Tikus and Perak Road Market. They have halal or non-halal version of Hokkien mee and is served together with additional top up such as chicken feet, spare ribs, intestines and others ingredients.em.. for me my choice for yummy Hokkien Mee will be a few… is Pulau Tikus Market ( Swee Kang Coffee Shop, Cathay In Pulau Tikus and lastly will be the one in Yee Hong near BJ) continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-11
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在槟城除了美味的食物,还有很多小吃呢。在pulau tikus这边。有一个小小的档口,卖着apam balik,这种是小小的apam balik,所以是很脆口的。我买了好几个,不算贵,不过很爽吃呢。里面有花生,糖,牛油等。 continue reading
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