Long queues at Penang Teochew Chendol Stall (28 July, 2014)
Cendol (24 May, 2008)
The namesake cendol are short starch noodles traditionally colored with pandan leaves. Nowadays artificial coloring is used. Other ingredients of the Teochew cendol of Penang include coconut milk, palm sugar (gula melaka), red beans and grated ice. In other parts of Malaysia, glutinous rice is also added.
Feel like going for cendol? Let me show you all the places on Penang Island that I've come across where cendol is sold. Just click on the numbered pins to get details of the location.
Cendol at Lebuhraya Jelutong Hawker Centre (12 October, 2012)
The most popular cendol stalls are the two along Keng Kwee Street off Penang Road. From Penang Road, on the left side is the Penang Road Famous Chendul stall. On the right side is the Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul stall. Which of the two is the best? Let me put it this way: one of the stalls has a lot of people visiting it. Most of these are out-of-towners. This stall is popular with people from outside Penang because it is more aggressive in opening branches.
The other stall has fewer customers, it doesn't open chains of branches, but it is the one favoured by locals. In my opinion, this is the stall with the best cendol in Penang. Which stall am I talking about? Go there and judge with your eyes.
Penang Road famous Teochew chendul stall (28 January, 2013)
Penang Road Famous Chendul and Ais Kacang stall (16 July, 2008)
Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul and Ais Kacang stall (16 July, 2008)
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