Little Penang Cafe serve decent local dishes at a clean and comfortable environment. The menu here is quite limited, but cover all the essentially Penang foods like char kueh teow, curry mee, prawn mee, loh bak, nasi lemak, mee goreng, chendol, otak-otak, fish ball soup, and etc.
Little Penang Cafe
Ground Floor, North Court,
Mid Valley Megamall,
59100 Kuala Lumpur
Soya Bean, RM3.80 and 100Plus, RM4.20
This shavings of ice dessert is a delicious local dessert that can be found anywhere in any state in Malaysia, nothing quenches thirst like a refreshing bowl of cendol on a hot day. A combination of shaved ice with creamy coconut milk, shredded green bean dough, sweetened redbean and the sweet palm sugar is truly heaven.
Penang Rojak, RM9.50
I like the pungent smell of the rojak sauce and the generous helping of crushed peanuts, it makes this rojak an enjoyable snack.
Chicken Nasi Lemak, RM12.20
I'm enjoying the nasi lemak, literally translates to 'rice fat', which is actually for your waistline. Due to the fact the rice is cooked in coconut milk. It's a good combination of sambal chicken, egg, peanuts, ikan bilis and sambal belachan.
Curry Mee, RM12.20
Incredibly rich and creamy, infused with delicious spices, the Curry Mee was an irresistible dish. Generously comes with fresh prawns, fish ball, chicken, cockles and beancurd puff, garnished with mint leaves.
Char Kuey Teow, RM12.20
Char Kuey Teow which has a yummy savory wok taste, topped with clams and prawns.
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