Street Food in Penang – MASSIVE $1.00 Indian Squid Noodles!!! + Oyster Omelette & Street Noodle Tour

Street Food in Penang - MASSIVE $1.00 Indian Squid Noodles!!! + Oyster Omelette & Street Noodle Tour
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Get ready for TONS of Malaysian Street Food in Penang – with a HUGE street food NOODLE TOUR!!!
Street Food in Malaysia is so delicious! And today, we’re going for a FULL on Street Food NOODLE TOUR that’s gonna make you hungry!!!

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Penang, Malaysia has some of the most delicious street food in the whole world. Today, Mark is bringing us to 3 amazing noodles you must try in Penang, Malaysia.

Malaysian cuisine consists of a mixture of Malay, Chinese, and Indian cuisine. And we’re going IN for NOODLES in Penang!!

First up, Mark is bringing us to a FAMOUS Indian Street Food Malaysian Mee Sotong “Squid Noodles” in Penang! This Mee Goreng is FULL of rich red curry and tons of squid!!! You’ll fall in love!
► Found at: Hameed Pata Mee Sotong
5, Esplanade Park, Lebuh Light, 10300 George Town

And next up, Mark is bringing us for one of the richest “hokkien mee” AKA Prawn mee in Kuala Lumpur noodles and we ate it with an OYSTER Omelette!!! This rich stock of prawn broth is a must try in Penang! It’s full of prawn broth and tons of pork paarts!
►Found at: 888 Hokkien Mee

And to finish up the night, Mark is bringing us for a childhood memory OLD SCHOOL Fried Noodle late night!! One of the most simple yet satisfying noodles in Penang!

► Found at: 四条路 经济米粉 Economy Bee Hoon
164, Jalan C.Y. Choy, George Town, 10300 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

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  1. It is genuinely Malaysian food – if ones so shamefully resisting to admit that origin of malays or mamak playing the main integral part of its history.

    Well I used to live in india. There's no even fried mee or squid noodles or hawkers' worker flipping roti canai. Their 'prata' bread texture also is far far & far different from our roti canai.

    So stop labelling malaysian food as others'. Those are malaysian heritage & we shall be proud to say it outloud.

  2. I've been to penang tens of time but never had any food there. Because I go there only get the famous thai cannabis ganja, smuggled illegaly into penang.
    But this time I'm gonna taste some of the food there.

  3. Although the Penang Street food vendors are ungloved just like the Indian Mumbai vendors nevertheless I somehow feel the Penang street food is more hygienic. The environment looks much cleaner too. This gives the perception that the food is tastier. Anyway that's just my view…. Good job Trevor?

  4. Haha Trevor, I remembered giving you some food tips when you first visited Penang. Gurney Drive's Disco Pasembur, ice kacang – your Penang culinary knowledge has expanded since then. Some of these dishes I don't even remember eating when I was there.

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