02 Jul '18, 3am

Penang Bagus – Delicious Penang Delights and Korean Bingsu https://t.co/cAMob93OJa

Before I heard of Penang Bagus, I would have scoffed at the idea of an eatery serving both Penang and Korean food under one roof. Although they serve Penang classics such as Assam Laksa and Char Kway Teow, Penang Bagus also serves Korean Bingsu! It turns out that the two owners are from Penang and Korea respectively, so they decided to bring together both cuisines. I had to head to Penang Bagus to taste their best-seller, the Signature Chendol Bingsu! Does Penang Bagus offer the best of both worlds, or is this another case of fusion confusion?

Full article: https://www.misstamchiak.com/penang-bagus/

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