A wide range of local delicacies and fresh produce
Celebration of local food
The Pasar Awam Sri Bandar is a fairly new addition to Butterworth but already proven popular among the locals, particularly on weekend mornings for breakfast or teatime. “A good mix of halal and non-halal hawker food” , says Nicole who come here often to meet up with her friends.
Roti canai is a Malaysian breakfast favourite. Though of Indian origin, it has evolved to be a Malaysian meal of flat bread, crispy on the outside and a soft, chewy on the inside. It is served with dhal or lentil curry (RM 1.10 for a plate), our favourite is Abu Bakar Roti Canai. Also try Sweet Paradise Dim Sum and the roasted duck rice at Restoran Weng Sang.
Kak Sadiah started selling nasi lemak more than 30 years ago and now her son Mohd Fais has taken over the business. Here you get a plate of fragrant coconut milk rice and choose from a selection of 15 toppings: prawn, cuttlefish, squid, chicken and a variety of spicy sambal-fried or curry dishes. (RM 1.00 for a plate).