Cafes in Penang Mainland That You Should Visit

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We all know that George Town is a place full with nice street food and amazing cafes. But, I bet you are looking for some perfect hangout spots on the mainland too. Hence, we bring you another list of cafes. Today, we will be focusing on the cafes in Penang Mainland that you should visit for their good food and coffee!

  1. Ang Ang’s Roastery

Ang Ang’s Roastery is located at one of the busiest places in Bukit Mertajam. It is specializing in coffee and tea. It serves crafted beverages, freshly brewed on spot. Besides, it gets freshly baked supplies of desserts from local bakeries. Furthermore, this cozy space is very suitable to spend time alone or small gatherings. 

  1. Vin de Cafe (Mii Cafe)

Vin de Cafe used to be a teddy bear themed cafe. It has changed its name to Mii Cafe. The speciality of this cafe is that they offer green and healthy poke bowl. Meanwhile, they also serve self-made yogurt too.

  1. Guagua’s Store

Guagua’s Store is a nice little cozy cafe in a residential area. They bake the cakes daily from the finest quality ingredients. Specifically, the must try item is Mango Cheesecake. The place is rather limited but you should visit them at least once. Who knows you might fall in love with them?

  1. De’H Cafe & Bakery

De’H Cafe & Bakery is a cafe restaurant that quite stands out at the BM City Mall. Its ambience resembles strong Chinese traits, humble yet aesthetic. According to the owner, “H” in their name stands for home, happiness, handmade, and healthy. For instance, they seek to provide healthy food with a homey vibe.

  1. De Antique

De Antique is one of the latest cafes in Bukit Mertajam. The antique furniture and old school vibe make it a very Instagrammable place. It offers a variety of aromatic coffees and photo-worthy cakes too. Moreover, the barista which is also the owner of the cafe has won several awards.

  1. KOJI Fusion

Koji Fusion is a new Japanese fusion restaurant in the neighbourhood. The clean and aesthetic monochrome make it a perfect minimalist interior. Furthermore, it is an open kitchen concept. Their Japanese and Western cuisine is served in a minimalist and tempting way too.

  1. Grain Modern Food

Grain Modern Food is another new minimalist cafe for you to adore. With its edgy and puristic clean interior, the cafe provides a cozy and casual neighbourhood setting. In addition, their innovative menu with a wide range of fusion-style dishes is able to satisfy your tummy.

  1. Sin Bee Beans and Food Cafe

Sin Bee Beans and Food Cafe is one of the latest dining spots at Butterworth. It focuses on Western cuisine like pasta, rice, snacks and coffee. Their Char Siew Egg Rice is simple but tastes really delicious. On top of that, the price is wallet-friendly.

  1. November 23 Cafe

November 23 Cafe is a cafe in Machang Bubuk that serves Insta-worthy fruit tarts and cakes. Their cakes are all handmade with natural ingredients. Besides, it also specializes in coffee, breakfast, western food and snacks. This place is suitable for dates and family gatherings.

  1. 14th Coffee

14th Coffee is previously known as Winter December. It is a minimalistic and modern cafe that offers a vegetarian menu. It is a residential-terrace that turned into a cafe. In fact, the good quality of food and coffee is definitely worth a revisit.

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