• Kedai Bee Thean Heong 素之家在美天香神料.

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  • White Vegetarian
Fast food

美天香神料中心. One-half of the shop sells prayers stuff; the other half sells vegetarian noodle meals. Open Mon-Tue 4:00pm-11:00pm, Thu-Sun 4:00pm-11:00pm. May close earlier if sold out. Closed alternate Thur. (Wednesday close if 1st & 15th of lunar month fall on Thursday).

Venue map for Kedai Bee Thean Heong 素之家在美天香神料.
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4 Reviews

First Review by KerrinKroeger


Points +62

01 Oct 2023

Great Street Food

It's really nice to find vegan Street food. The entire menu is vegan except some side egg. So they label the place as vegetarian.

Pros: Outdoor seating, Friendly, Tasty

Cons: Food is not warm, Limited seats, More side options is needed



Points +27

Mostly Veg
02 Dec 2017

Best Veg CCF

Besides their Curry Noodles, best vegetarian chee cheong fun (rolled steamed rice noodle) in town


Points +84

31 Jul 2017

So good! So cheap!

I've been in Georgetown for 2 days and been this place both evenings! First night I had the curry noodles (laksa style noodles with tofu and potatoes) for 4rm! Cheapest food I've had on my travels so far! She gave me a spoon of chilli jam so I could add spiciness to it as I wished. The next night it was sold out so I tried the Java Mee. Also noodles in a plate with sauce. Again this was 4RM. She gave me a plate of beancurd in a hoisin and plum style sauce (that's what it tasted like) with sesame seeds, for free! I think it was as they were closing so thought she may as well get rid. The Chinese ladies working there are so lovely but only one understands a little English. However as there's only 4 meal
Options u just point to which u want. They have a veggie noodle stand outside too serving thick stir fried noodles and rice noodles for 2RM.

Pros: Cheap, Tasty

Cons: Not loads to choose from


Points +91

05 Jul 2016

Best place on Kimberley street

This place blends in with the food stalls right next to it, so it doesn't really feel like a restaurant. When we went they offered four different kinds of noodles / noodle soups and everything we tasted was good. I would even say that it was the best laksa we have had in Penang! The prices were extremely cheap, I think less than 5MYR each. Nobody there speaks much english, but you get along perfectly fine with pointing, since the menu is not exactly hard to understand or long. The only thing I disliked was the (mock) fish balls they put in, but they are easy to pick out. I would say this is the best place for dinner on Kimberley street!

Pros: cheap, delicious

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