Malar Arunachalamin the last week
Visited as a family and we Ioved it. The founder has to be applauded for his effort in bringing this to Malaysia, and what better city than Penang, with its famous food. The displays are very life-like and artistically created indeed. I appreciated how the word play on the walls got us thinking about many different aspects of food, which otherwise appear to be just another part in our everyday life. A minimal fee for entry, with a gift shop and in house photographer too. Nothing interactive though, only to please, sight and mind and possibly tummy, for some.
Navin Rioa week ago
Great display of various local food! Very good place for your gram! The place would be even more great if the staff weren’t standing beside you every second watching your every movement. It was really difficult to enjoy and have any personal space. It’s like they were guarding the Mona Lisa.
Kelvin Chen4 weeks ago
A good place to explore for everyone.
Slow down the time for u to relax, stroll leisurely around the place.
Rich in history and education for everyone.
Very nice set up and the **food** looks delicious!
Friendly and great service staffs.
Always smiling and always willing to take photos for everyone. 👍🏾👍🏾
Fathin Muniraha month ago
Overall, great experience. The food looks so realistic! Love that they end the experience with us self-reflecting, don't wasting food and take note about the amount of sugar in our daily foods.
Please prepare your MyKad beforehand as they need to check it before you pay for the entrance fee.
Best to visit during weekdays. There's too many people on public holidays 😅
Smart Soho Resources4 months ago
It's a good place to learn about local food. Articles are informative. Good if there is a tour guide giving explanation.
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