Penang Place: Buffet with Character
Their Penang char kway teow is also very good and has the requisite wok hei aroma when it arrives at the table. It is part of the buffet, but they make it a point to fry it fresh a few times during the buffet service. To make up for the lack of pork lard, Chef Alvin uses oil that is used for frying the chicken to fry the kway teow so that it still has flavour. They have recently offered a big prawn version of the the char kway teow and the prawn mee which you can order ala carte for $12.90++. Its good for a quick meal if you are not intending to go for the full buffet.