50% Off Three New Dishes For Penang Culture's 10th Anniversary

By Hidaya Alatas | 26, Mar, 2021
50% Off Three New Dishes For Penang Culture's 10th Anniversary

Miss weekend getaways across the border? Chin up, you can still experience a slice of Malaysia without having to pack a passport at Penang Culture

Celebrating its 10th birthday, Penang Culture has curated 3 original dishes for your palatial pleasure. Each dish should transport you to a specific city in Malaysia – Penang, Kuala Lumpur and Malacca. And the best part? The restaurant is offering a special promotion for all its loyal fans!

Get 50% off the three new dishes, available for dine-in or takeaway. The promotion is only available between 9 March and 31 May 2021. The dishes are also available for delivery, at a 20% discount.


1. Malacca Golden King Prawn Seafood Bee Hoon

Penang Culture Malacca Golden King Prawn Seafood Bee Hoon

The most adventurous option of the three, the Malacca Golden King Prawn Seafood Bee Hoon (try saying that three times fast) is as hearty as the name implies. This rich seafood bee hoon dish can be shared among ~4 people (or more, if you can resist taking a second helping!)

The dish is extremely creamy, yet manages to remain light and enjoyable. We’re guessing it owes much of its creaminess to the three types of cheese cooked into the gravy. You read that right, c h e e s e.

If you’re anything like us, you might not have known that Cheese Bee Hoon is actually a thing in Malacca, and we’re living for it. Mixed into the milky gravy, the cheese – nachos and gouda topped with parmesan – elevates the taste of the entire dish. Coupled with delicious King prawns, clams and squid, this dish is a treat for both seafood and cheese lovers!

Price: SGD 24.90 (U.P. SGD 49.80)


2. Penang Fragrant Kam Heong Clams

Penang Culture Singapore Penang Fragrant Kam Heong Clams

Another impressive dish, the Penang Fragrant Kam Heong Clams features juicy lala clams stir-fried to perfection. From the very first bite, you just know there’s something special about the savoury-sweet Kam Heong sauce. That’s because the sauce is the chef’s very own family recipe, hailing from the city of Penang itself.

The dish is equally savoury, sweet and spicy, has a slight curry taste as well as a slight charred taste, which brings all the flavours together – sure to take your taste buds on an epic journey across the causeway!

Price: SGD 9.90 (U.P. SGD 19.80)


3. KL Crispy Breaded Chicken Cutlet 

Penang Culture Singapore KL Crispy Breaded Chicken Cutlet 

Inspired by the bustling metropolis that I’m sure we all miss very dearly, Kuala Lumpur, the KL Crispy Breaded Chicken Cutlet puts a unique twist to a simple yet timeless dish. The extremely tender and juicy breaded chicken thigh can definitely delight your taste buds on its own, yet is elevated by the homemade curry mayo dip served alongside it.

Personally, I’m not a fan of mayo, curry sauce nor fusion food, but this sauce just hits the spot for me. It’s perfectly balanced, and adds just that bit of oomph to such a classic ‘Western’ dish. A simple dish done right.

Price: SGD 8.90 (U.P. SGD 17.80)

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Pair it with the Classics!

1. Penang Rojak

Penang Culture Rojak

Another classic dish done right, the restaurant’s Penang Rojak features all the usual suspects: fresh fruits and veggies, and rojak prawn sauce topped with crushed peanuts. The flavours are everything you want in a fruit rojak dish – sugar, spice and everything nice (in this case, sourness)! A great appetizer.

Price: SGD 5.90


2. Penang Premium Nasi Lemak

Penang Culture Premium Nasi Lemak

Serving up a generous portion of chicken (a whole quarter ayam penyet chicken leg) with sambal prawns, hard-boiled egg and sambal chilli on a bed of fluffy coconut rice, you can’t go wrong with one of Penang Culture’s OG dishes, the Penang Premium Nasi Lemak. The chef’s attention to detail is featured in this dish, with the peanuts and ikan bilis (anchovies) coated in a spicy-sweet glaze that adds an extra kick to the overall taste of the dish.

Price: SGD 14.90


3. D24 Johor King Chendol

D24 Johor King Durian Chendol Penang Culture

I heard a lot of praise for Penang Culture’s D24 Johor King Chendol before trying the dessert for myself and I must say, it does not disappoint. The base is your classic Chendol – shaved ice with gula melaka, coconut milk and freshly squeezed coconut flesh. But it's topped off with a D24 Johor Durian puree. It basically tastes like frozen Durian, and high quality durian at that, with its equal-part-bitter-equal-part-sweet-ness. A perfect way to end the meal for any Durian lover. 

For non-lovers of Durian, you may be wrong in your food preferences, but I won’t judge. Penang Culture offers an original Chendol option that packs a punch as well.

Price: SGD 6.90

So what’re you waiting for? The restaurant’s 10th Anniversary promotion is only available between 9 March and 31 May 2021 (in case you forgot). Grab a friend and head over to Penang Culture today! 


Penang Culture Outlet Locations

NEX Shopping Mall

Address: 23 Serangoon Central, #B1-76, Singapore 556083

Operating Hours: 11AM to 10PM (Last order at 9.30PM)


Compass One

Address: 1 Sengkang Square, #03-13, Singapore 545078

Operating Hours: 10.30AM to 10PM (Last order at 9.30PM)


White Sands

Address: 1 Pasir Ris Central Street 3, #03-21, Singapore 518457

Operating Hours: 11AM to 10PM (Last order at 9.30PM)



Address: 50 Jurong Gateway Road, #04-27, Singapore 608549

Operating Hours: 11AM to 10PM (Last order at 9.30PM)



Address: 1 HarbourFront Walk, #B2-23E, Singapore 098585

Operating Hours: 11AM to 10PM (Last order at 9.30PM)

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