We tried the curry mee, the pan mee and the fried oyster. I like the curry mee, which I find at RM2.60 (April, 2013) to be quite inexpensive. The portion isn't large, and it comes in a small bowl with not much gravy. But the ingredient includes cuttlefish, which is quite a pricey item. The taste is also quite good. Although I thought the gravy isn't much, after I dig into this bowl, I found that it is sufficient. I later found out that the stall won the Battle of Penang Hawker Masters 2012 award.
Maga Restaurant curry mee (28 April, 2013)
Maga Restaurant curry mee stall (28 April, 2013)
My wife had the pan mee. According to her, it is also quite tasty. We ordered a plate of fried oyster. The style here is similar to the one you can get at Beach Street's Kedai Kopi Lam Ah, in that it is cripsy. I find it quite good, though I would prefer that the sauce is provided in a separate saucer. The price for a small plate is RM6.00, not too bad.
Maga Restaurant pan mee (28 April, 2013)
Maga Restaurant fried oyster (28 April, 2013)
Maga Restaurant fried oyster stall (28 April, 2013)
Maga Restaurant is located at the junction of Perak Road and Van Praagh Road. The restaurant is open every evening. It closes on every alternate Sunday. The nearest bus stop along Perak Road is served by Rapid Penang bus 11.
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