Kafe Ping Hooi

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  • 9.31% of people who visit George Town include Kafe Ping Hooi in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Kafe Ping Hooi visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Kafe Ping Hooi

Friday and Saturday

52.63% of people prefer walking in order to reach Kafe Ping Hooi

People normally club together Khoo Kongsi and Wonderfood Museum while planning their visit to Kafe Ping Hooi.

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  • The char kway teow with duck egg was pretty tasty, though a tad more expensive than elsewhere (RM8). The wonton noodles was decent too (RM4.5). The lady serving drinks was quite chatty and friendly, but the drinks were so-so.

  • Tiger Prawn was shelled nicely and meaty. The smell of the cooking was better than its taste. Serving portion was just right for one Asian person. Option to add egg/ duck egg

  • In a city known for char kuey teow (ckt), this stall is quite average. The plate of kuey teow I had was in no way disappointing, but it wasn't anything to shout about either. About the ckt: - Underneath the spiciness, the other flavours were perhaps slightly lacking; - Slightly too greasy for me, although I am aware that many people like their ckt with more oil than I do (judging by the popularity of the Siam Road stall); - The duck egg, instead of chicken egg (for an extra RM1), does add flavour. But to me the egg should enhance the flavour of the noodles instead of replace it. - Good, smokey char on the noodles, which I like. N.B. Three stars does not mean that I dislike it, only that I find it average. No better, and no worse.

  • Prawns were juicy and the duck egg makes it that much more tastier :) however i think Mr. Tiger forgot to add in dark soy sauce, the kway tiao was not as tasty as it used to be and the price has gone up to RM8 per plate for the duck egg char kway tiao which i think it's quite pricy for such a small portion.

  • RM 9 for a small plate with just 2 prawns, I was expecting at least a decent taste (good wok hei). After that, still disappointed with the taste, not what I would expect of Penang CKT

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