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This is an interesting place with lots of 'food'! The food replicas are so real it's almost edible! Seeing them made me hungry! A must-visit to understand Penang food culture, know about the history of some food, sugar level, diminishing food and more! Great place...More
The museum is such a playful and creative expression of food. My friend and I giggled a lot at the sheer scale of some of the food, like the larger than life bowl of laksa. The staff was so friendly and helped us snap photos...More
I think this is the only food museum in Malaysia and it really is unique!
The museum is two floors and you could spend 45 mins to 1.5 hours here. There are various rooms with different concept all revolving the food that is popular in...More
Penang is famous for its "restaurants and food" (travellers have ranked it #1 in the world". A "fantasy Museum", celebrating food, is therefore very logical-- but executing such a Museum takes great skill and imagination!! The founder of this Museum has, to our delight, been...More
This is a good place to explore for an hour or two. The entrance fee is 25RM per person. There are staff there that can take your photo with the various quirky plastic displays of food. There are giant versions of dishes, multicoloured and monochrome...More
Simple & nice. 1001 information about Malaysian food is here. All food combination of three major ethnics Malay, Chinese & Indian. Perhaps the first place you need to visit before enjoying food haven in Penang.
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Our visit to this museum was not expected at all , we were visiting Georgetown looking for Wall Arts and then we saw a huge bowl of ramen , we decided to get in and it worth every penny...More