Village Coffee Shop Fish Head Noodle, Georgetown

Once was a car repair shop and now become a famous fish head noodle shop. A lot of people reporting in for the food here. It is a self-service here. So book a table first, memorize the table number and line up to order.
Fresh Fish Noodle @RM8.00
Outlook: 3/5
Creativity: 4/5 
Taste: 4/5
Price: 2/5
Overall: 3/5 - Extremely smooth and fresh fish meat combined with the soup full of fresh fish taste. Delicious! However, the price is a little too much.

Tomyam Noodles with mixed ingredients @RM12.00
Outlook: 4/5
Creativity: 4/5
Taste: 4/5
Price: 2/5
Overall: 3/5 - I ordered mixed ingredients in my tomyam noodle. The ingredients are 2 prawns, meatballs, needle mushroom and some beancurds. The tomyam soup is average. I rather choose their clear soup type. All the ingredients are good especially the sweet and fresh prawns. However, it is a little too expensive.

This is delicious and I am not sure what you called it in English but it is known as Lor Bak. A minced meat wrapped with bean curd skin. Actually they were known as Ngo Hiang in the 50s and the 60s century. Only people in Penang called it as Lor Bak because it is always comes with chili paste and dark gravy paste in Penang. It cost at RM4.00 for 2 pieces minimum. Overall, I believe it is good to visit here once a while to pamper yourself with a good meal. I doubt this is economical to spend every single dinner here.
Total Damage: RM24.00
Service: 3/5
Ambiance: 3/5
Food Serving Speed: Slow
Recommended?: Yes

Village Coffee Shop
107-A Weld Quay, 10300 Penang.
Tel: 012 - 482 8867/ 012 - 477 8867
Business Hours: 11.30am - 11.30pm (off every 1st and 15th of Chinese Lunar Calendar)

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