“I’m an Almond London, I can’t help it.”
Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar sets the record straight with honest food, immaculate record in quality and a faultless reputation that is forty-five years strong.
If Penang were to be identified by just one dish, there is no doubt it’s Nasi Kandar. Sorry, not sorry CKT.
Bernard Chandran brought out the goods in his latest lineup at Petang Raya 2018 show and proved that we should return to embracing the kurungs and the kebayas.
The Edison along Lebuh Leith is a paragon of hospitality that only gets better with every stay.
TeaKadai along Lebuh Queen in Penang is made out of true Malaysian dreams—of how authentic teh tarik and its many fancy renditions moves forward to greater things while still championing heritage.
What happens when you have Georgetown’s go-to food guide and Penang’s very own David Chang equivalent, Andus Yeap of Metisser Patisserie and Tea Room and…
Taking cues from the cafe culture of Australia, Penang’s Black Kettle is definitely a joint which rises to the occasion.
Farquhar Mansion is a haute joint with the lush curation of European cuisine in the heart of Georgetown.
Vanizha Vasanthanathan is the new symphony in the orchestra of fashion as she tackles pertinent issues like colourism and racial barriers in the industry by offering what nature has gifted her—melanin-rich complexion.
Ben Ng is a strong name in the local bartending industry not just for his passion to bring the best, also his vigor to spin a different mix when it comes to hospitality with good food and relishing drinks.
The Top at Komtar epitomises fun by introducing an entertainment space for everyone in Penang.
The Majapahit at Arcoris Mont Kiara celebrates the ambrosial decadence of Southeast Asian cuisine in a tropical setting where one finds out how to feast like a king.
Kim Haus Loft right in the heart of Campbell Street, Penang muses with its rich past, a present that is as authentic as 24K gold…