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在來檳城前,從很多的網上旅遊留言都特別推介,所以有多飽都要去嘗一嘗。我覺得如果你感到好熱和對類似話梅酸咸甜冇抗拒的話,可以一試。當日我約下午5時左右,工人都準備收檔。味道麻麻,勝在夠凍,如果天氣很熱,就ok
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在來檳城前,從很多的網上旅遊留言都特別推介,所以有多飽都要去嘗一嘗。我覺得如果你感到好熱和對類似話梅酸咸甜冇抗拒的話,可以一試。當日我約下午5時左右,工人都準備收檔。

味道麻麻,勝在夠凍,如果天氣很熱,就ok
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one of those classic locals must try whenever you're in Penang, this was definitely something that I knew I wasn't going to miss out on. only RM 2.70 per bowl, super dirt cheap and yummy, with lots of fillings inside, the fragrance of coconut milk and gula melaka does not overpower one another.
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one of those classic locals must try whenever you're in Penang, this was definitely something that I knew I wasn't going to miss out on. only RM 2.70 per bowl, super dirt cheap and yummy, with lots of fillings inside, the fragrance of coconut milk and gula melaka does not overpower one another.
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This is the famous must know Chendul in PenangHaving to say, I am blessed that I do not have to wait for a long queue like last time to get my Chendul. Usually you would see people standing around the stall to wait for their chendul.But today my brilliant friend found a seat at the other restaurant nearby. So after ordering our chendul, we self-delivery the chendul to our seats.This is the best chendul ever. The brown sugar a.k.a Malacca sugar just goes well with the chendul OH MY GOSH. Now i am
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This is the famous must know Chendul in Penang
Having to say, I am blessed that I do not have to wait for a long queue like last time to get my Chendul. Usually you would see people standing around the stall to wait for their chendul.
But today my brilliant friend found a seat at the other restaurant nearby. 
So after ordering our chendul, we self-delivery the chendul to our seats.
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This is the best chendul ever. 
The brown sugar a.k.a Malacca sugar just goes well with the chendul 
OH MY GOSH. 
Now i am craving for this though i just had it few hours back 
So good!
I should have Tapao home. 

Overall comment: MUST TRY in PENANG!

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Last Sunday I went to Penang to visit my cousin. After that follow the GPS to find the famous teowchew chendol.Em... the taste for me is just as normal as other place (except Melaka). Don't expect too much. 当作普通的cendol就好。期望越高,失望越大
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Last Sunday I went to Penang to visit my cousin. After that follow the GPS to find the famous teowchew chendol.

Em... the taste for me is just as normal as other place (except Melaka). Don't expect too much.

当作普通的cendol就好。期望越高,失望越大
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2015-10-30 496 views
This is probably the most sought after cendol in penang. Having recently opened a few branches in malls in penang and selangor, the original push cart by the road side still attract people especially tourists. Some people travel from far just for this cendol. A little background on cendol, it is malaysian dessert made from cendol (the green, pandan flavoured bits of boiled flour), red bean and sometimes kidney beans, coconut milk and brown sugar. There are a lot of versions of cendol and each on
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This is probably the most sought after cendol in penang. Having recently opened a few branches in malls in penang and selangor, the original push cart by the road side still attract people especially tourists. Some people travel from far just for this cendol. A little background on cendol, it is malaysian dessert made from cendol (the green, pandan flavoured bits of boiled flour), red bean and sometimes kidney beans, coconut milk and brown sugar. There are a lot of versions of cendol and each one has its own distinct taste. I am personally a fan of pulut cendol (cendol with sticky rice), the mamak/indian version. the teochew cendul is the teochew (chinese sub culture) version of cendol which is to me a much lighter cendol than the ones I usually go for. Nevertheless, this cendol is still perfect on a hot sunny afternoon after a walk around georgetown. The number of people lining up for this cendul still amazes me. Their service is fast but the number of people lining up never seems to decrease due to its popularity. Another charm of this small pushcart is that they do not provide seatings, so if you decide to dine in, you would have to do it standing up. It is not much a hassle as it sounds as the rm2.50 bowl can easily be finished in 10 minutes (or under depending on how sensitive your teeth is to the cold dessert and how thirsty you are).
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Lebuh Keng Kwee at Georgetown,where's The location of the famous stall called Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul at the lorong,selling the best chendol in Penang .I had this before during my few previous Penang trip , this time I bring my family to have a try and they said it was awesome , the stall is still remains how I remembered it to be . With a push stall located in a street off Penang Road , lONG queue during public holiday and hard to find parking then I just get take away and enjoy it i
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Lebuh Keng Kwee at Georgetown,where's The location of the famous stall called Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul at the lorong,selling the best chendol in Penang .I had this before during my few previous Penang trip , this time I bring my family to have a try and they said it was awesome , the stall is still remains how I remembered it to be . With a push stall located in a street off Penang Road , lONG queue during public holiday and hard to find parking then I just get take away and enjoy it in the car with aircond due the hot sun out there . Their Business is good every minute or second with the long queue , I think the queue won't be long if on normal day .
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Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul started from 1936 till now in malaysia history , Founder Mr. Tan Teik Fuang learned making and began selling Chendul at Penang Road back in 1936. Believing that his business will help make a living for his family, he established it with diligent hands that prepared Chendul passionately . By the year 1977, Tan Teik Fuang's sixth son - Tan Chong Kim fully took charge of improving their business. Having a business minded and innovative will , he continued developing their product quality while maintaining its authenticity , The favorite local dessert has become popular while its original location is still found at Lebuh Keng Kwee and only later known as Penang Road Famous TeoChew Chendul and slowly gained recognition from overseas fans as well , leading to its continued expansion of a few outlets , The business is still in the hands of the family, now managed by the third generation .
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Today, Mr. Tan Chong Kim together with his family is living its legacy to bring simple happiness by providing the best and freshest Chendul to their customers . A Timeless Malaysia desert of shaved ice desert with soft fresh pandan flavored palm flour noodles in light coconut milk , sweetened by gula melaka and kidney beans .

Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul

Address: 27 & 29 Lebuh Keng Kwee,

10100 Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia

Contact: +604 262 6002

Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 10.30am - 7pm

Sat & Sun 10am - 7.30pm

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Famous Cendol Stall in Penang, must try! You gotta queue to get this, but they are very efficient. So you will get your bowl of Cendol and ABC pretty fast. Besides that, their cendol ain't like others, it's not very sweet and the ABC have lots of ingredients in it. Price are also affordable!
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Famous Cendol Stall in Penang, must try! You gotta queue to get this, but they are very efficient. So you will get your bowl of Cendol and ABC pretty fast. Besides that, their cendol ain't like others, it's not very sweet and the ABC have lots of ingredients in it. Price are also affordable!
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Speaking of cendol, the Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul (槟榔律驰名潮州煎蕊) is the most popular stall in Penang - by far. Although Teochew Chendul has extended its reach throughout Penang and Klang Valley, the original stall at Lebuh Keng Kwee is still the most bustling spot. Even during weekdays, throngs of curious tourists can be seen crowding around the stall.While some customers prefer to enjoy the desserts while standing, Teochew Chendul also provides a proper shop for those who prefer to rest t
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Speaking of cendol, the Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul (槟榔律驰名潮州煎蕊) is the most popular stall in Penang - by far. Although Teochew Chendul has extended its reach throughout Penang and Klang Valley, the original stall at Lebuh Keng Kwee is still the most bustling spot. Even during weekdays, throngs of curious tourists can be seen crowding around the stall.

While some customers prefer to enjoy the desserts while standing, Teochew Chendul also provides a proper shop for those who prefer to rest their legs while dining. The green awnings proudly announce its association with the famous stall several yards away.

Tracing its roots in 1936, the Tan family has been running the business for several decades now. The founder has already passed on, and the business has since been managed by his three sons.

Quite a number of celebrities have patronized Teochew Chendul, including Gurmit Singh (Singaporean actor who plays Phua Chu Kang), Jimmy Choo (Malaysian London-based fashion shoe designer), Leung Man-To (梁文韬, Hong Kong celebrity chef and food critic) etc just to name a few.

The signature dish is obviously the Chendul (RM2.10). For those unfamiliar with local delicacies, this cold dessert is made from shaved ice mixed with coconut milk, gula melaka (palm sugar), red beans, and most importantly jelly noodles. The jelly noodles are made from rice flour and colored with pandan leaf extract. Some stalls may include more ingredients such as grass jelly or glutinous rice, but this is not the case with Teochew Chendul.

The jelly noodles are firm and springy. They are usually not chewed but swallowed in whole. The red beans are starchy and slightly soft, and is able to contribute some sweetness in its own right. The Chendul is a refreshing dessert especially after a hot day in Penang. However, its high sugar content does not make it an effective thirst-quencher.

In addition, we also tried Teochew Chendul's Asam Laksa (RM3.70). The portion is medium-sized; certainly insufficient for a proper meal. The fish-based broth is quite thick and savory, and this is enhanced further by a spoonful of shrimp paste. Another important ingredient is the asam (tamarind) which gives the dish a slightly sour taste.

Other ingredients in Asam Laksa are cucumber strips, red chili, red onions and mint leaves. Although the dish is quite tasty, it is quite common to find other asam laksa stalls of similar caliber in Penang.

Teochew Chendul also famed for its Ice Kacang, but we did not have the opportunity to try it today.
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Penang famous road is a restaurant which is serving a wide range of chinese cuisines.Cendol IceThis dessert is the cendol ice. This cendol ice is not cool enough. When they serve me with this cendol, the ice is almost all melted already. But the amount of cendol provided are quite a lot too.
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This dessert is the cendol ice. This cendol ice is not cool enough. When they serve me with this cendol, the ice is almost all melted already. But the amount of cendol provided are quite a lot too.
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Penang Famous Road has a numerous types of special local penang food.CendolThis is the penang famous cendol. You need to queue for this cendol. The cendol is very soft and silky. A lot of evaporated milk and some santans are added to the cendol. The overall taste of this cendol will not be too sweet.
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Penang Famous Road has a numerous types of special local penang food.
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This is the penang famous cendol. You need to queue for this cendol. The cendol is very soft and silky. A lot of evaporated milk and some santans are added to the cendol. The overall taste of this cendol will not be too sweet.
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Penang famous road is a restaurant which is serving a wide range of chinese cuisines.Cendol IceThis dessert is the cendol ice. This cendol ice is not cool enough. When they serve me with this cendol, the ice is almost all melted already. But the amount of cendol provided are quite a lot too.
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Penang famous road is a restaurant which is serving a wide range of chinese cuisines.Cendol Ice
This dessert is the cendol ice. This cendol ice is not cool enough. When they serve me with this cendol, the ice is almost all melted already. But the amount of cendol provided are quite a lot too.
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Ya..the famous Penang Cendol.Youre never been to Penang unless you're been to Penang famous cendol.. It's cost cheap.. Well,it look like an ordinary cendol.i feel that it's quality is inconsistent but that could be due to factor such as weather and my first time I eat it.. It's have the usually cendol jelly,kidney bean,brown sugar and santan and a bit crushed ice. There's a Asam Laksa beside the shop too. (Noted: if you want to have cendol inside the Asam Laksa restaurant, need to pay RM0.50 pe
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Ya..the famous Penang Cendol.Youre never been to Penang unless you're been to Penang famous cendol.. It's cost cheap.
. Well,it look like an ordinary cendol.i feel that it's quality is inconsistent but that could be due to factor such as weather and my first time I eat it.. It's have the usually cendol jelly,kidney bean,brown sugar and santan and a bit crushed ice. There's a Asam Laksa beside the shop too. (Noted: if you want to have cendol inside the Asam Laksa restaurant, need to pay RM0.50 per bowl
). It's so crowded whenever there's no public holiday , school holiday especially on a burning sun hot afternoon!

Price: cendol,RM1.50
Ais kacang, RM1.70
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People have always told me if I go to Penang, I must go to Penang road and try the famous Teochew Chendul. Well, I have been quite a few times but never got the chance to because my itinerary has always been quite busy. Well couple of months ago when I was on a semi-work trip, I happened to be with a local and he brought a group of us to Penang road to give this a try. It was a long weekend, so the queue was absolutely crazy! Although the stall owner was pretty efficient (you would think so, hav
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People have always told me if I go to Penang, I must go to Penang road and try the famous Teochew Chendul. Well, I have been quite a few times but never got the chance to because my itinerary has always been quite busy.

Well couple of months ago when I was on a semi-work trip, I happened to be with a local and he brought a group of us to Penang road to give this a try. It was a long weekend, so the queue was absolutely crazy! Although the stall owner was pretty efficient (you would think so, having operated since the 1950s) and we didn't need to queue for too long until we got ourselves a bowl each.
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Judging by the colour of the "green jelly noodles", I'd say they only use real pandan juice instead of food colouring. And indeed, every strand has a hint of pandan. The coconut milk concoction contains just the right amount of gula melaka, which makes the broth so aromatic and addictive. The icy mix of red beans, grass jelly and other sweet things makes this such a refreshing treat for the super hot weather. To complete the experience, you slurp the whole thing down standing in the middle of the road. Priceless.
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I was taking a bus to tour around George Town when a friendly Penangnite talked to me. He recommended me to stop by this place to try Penang's (And some say Malaysia's) best Cendol. As a enthusiastic foodie, I would never let such an opportunity pass by, so I duly obliged and came off the bus to give this a try.The crowd surrounding this humble 2 wheeled stall was quite a lot regardless that there was no space to sit and enjoy this dessert. I went in to the coffeeshop and ordered the cendol from
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I was taking a bus to tour around George Town when a friendly Penangnite talked to me. He recommended me to stop by this place to try Penang's (And some say Malaysia's) best Cendol.

As a enthusiastic foodie, I would never let such an opportunity pass by, so I duly obliged and came off the bus to give this a try.

The crowd surrounding this humble 2 wheeled stall was quite a lot regardless that there was no space to sit and enjoy this dessert.

I went in to the coffeeshop and ordered the cendol from there and found that the price is 50c more expensive possibly for commission for the coffeeshop. If eaten outside standing the cendol costs RM2.10, but inside the coffeeshop it is RM2.60.

The cendol is awesome beyond words can describe. It is refreshing with the sweetness just right. It has a nice aromatic flavour from this cendol which most likely due to the Gula Melaka used. The cendol here is definitely the best that I have tried so far, and it is no coincidence that this stall has been a crowd puller for ages.
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The Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul is considered the Penang's Michelin Award Winner! I'm just joking It's so famous that no matter you're local or foreigner you'll definitely stop by this place to try this chendul out.I would say, this place is super duper crazily crowded and believe it or not, there's a shop beside the store which is full house, yea it's theirs too.I wouldn't recommend you to go in the shop, sit and eat, because you can imagine its so crowded inside, the heat and crowd and
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The Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul is considered the Penang's Michelin Award Winner! I'm just joking

It's so famous that no matter you're local or foreigner you'll definitely stop by this place to try this chendul out.
I would say, this place is super duper crazily crowded and believe it or not, there's a shop beside the store which is full house, yea it's theirs too.
I wouldn't recommend you to go in the shop, sit and eat, because you can imagine its so crowded inside, the heat and crowd and loud voice and sweat, yea you know!

However, if you choose to stand at the road side and enjoy your chendol, please please please be careful because there's quite a lot of vehicles passing by that street, so make sure u stand at the side.
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Okay, this is not the Chendul. It's actually the ABC my friend ordered.It looks so attractive with the mixture of colors of the read beans, sweet corn, dark sugar and all!
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Back to my Chendul. It's kind of sad that basically when you get your Chendul it's 70% melted! Maybe it's due to the extremely hot weather! The ice is not fluffy anymore and you're just drinking the chendul. Well, some people prefer to drink but I do prefer to bite some fluffy ice..
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The taste! I don't know why is it called Teochew Chendul but the taste is just like normal chendul anyway. The difference I guess is that it's not too sweet like what we had normally, and you can bite a lot of soft chendul in it. Overall, I would say its great to have something cold during a hot day but it's nothing so special about it until everyone has to queue like crazy for it lah. But, they are serving fast so the queue is not really a problem.
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They're selling some juice also, you can try the one in red color because my friends tried that and they said it taste good. I didn't try them because I was simply too busy having my chendul and taking pic. It's one of the Penang's signature that's why must take tons of picture to prove that I have been here!
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