In Penang, Tony Bourdain discovers a beautiful rice and shrimp dish wrapped in a banana leaf that he can't get enough of, then eats fresh snapper on Monkey Beach which surprisingly lives up to its name.Go to Episode
Located on the corner of Jalan Hutton & Lebuh Clarke
10050 Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia
86/86a, 89/95 Armenian St, Georgetown, 10200 Penang, Malaysia
Batu Feringgi Beach, Penang, 11100, Malaysia
Assam Laksa Stall Near Kek Lok Si Temple
Tourists visit the ornate Kek Lok Si temple to see the huge statue of Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy. But serious culinary aficionados know it as the landmark for one of the best Penang assam laksa (fish broth noodles) stalls, set up 59 years ago.
15 Lebuh Rambai 6, 11060 Paya Terubong, Penang, Malaysia
Going to a Chinese temple and draping yourself with crawling vipers is like some ritual scene that David Carradine and Bruce Lee could be doing together.
11300 Bayan Lepas, Penang, Malaysia
One of Penang’s culinary gems is the Red Garden. The bright red-neon and fluorescent food court sits in the middle of Leith Street.
No. 20, Leith Street, 10000 Penang, Malaysia
Nasi Kandar "Line Clear"
"Line Clear" sits in an alleyway off Penang Road. In Malaysian street lingo, "line clear" means business as usual for whatever moves through busy back lanes.
Behind 117 Penang Rd, Penang, Malaysia
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