If Penang were to be identified by just one dish, there is no doubt it’s Nasi Kandar. Sorry, not sorry CKT.
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.
Taking cues from the cafe culture of Australia, Penang’s Black Kettle is definitely a joint which rises to the occasion.
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.
Food and history go hand in hand at this hidden gem.