Just a quick update to let you guys know that Penang Corner has shifted to a larger stall a few doors away from their previous location. With the extra space, it’s more like a mini food court now and they could accommodate more stalls in it too.
So since last week, besides their usual offerings you can also enjoy ABC and Char Koay Teow here as well. At night, another operator takes over and sells Penang style fried noodles.
Food consistency is still the main reason I keep returning. And since my last post, I noticed an improvement in their chili paste meant for the white curry mee. So I always go home satisfied after a meal here. You’d also be pleased to know that prices remain the same at RM5.50 a bowl.
Penang style Prawn Mee is only available in the weekends and if you intend to try it, do come as early as possible as it tends to sell out quickly. My advice is to reach here in the morning before the lunch crowd starts to pour in.
My verdict? It’s authentic and different from the rest in KL. It is primarily spicy with adequate prawn flavor and does not taste artificially sweetened with sugar. I also like that they used braised egg for it too.
Though not fantastic, the Char Koay Teow is decent enough for a try and they are not stingy with the ingredients.
This was my first time having their Koay Teow Soup and I have to say it’s really delicious.
Despite looking good and all, I can’t recommend the ABC here because the gula melaka has a bitter aftertaste. But there seems to be a lot of people who enjoy it.
Restoran Penang Corner
Jalan Kepong Baru
Business hour: 8am till finish
Closed on alternate Mondays