Photographer's Note

According to the Lonely Planet travel guide George Town is the best food city in South-east Asia. Locals have been in on the secret for years, but so expertly has Penang's capital blended flavours and cooking styles from across Malaysia, China, India, Thailand and beyond, that it is fast emerging as a pilgrimage site for any serious foodie.

Ranging from shophouse-bound 'cafes' to open-air conglomerations of mobile stalls, George Town’s legendary hawker centres offer a cheap, informal introduction to the local cuisine. Perhaps most importantly, the quality's also there, assuring that that cheap, delicious dish you had at the side of the road will most likely be good.

Picture taken without the benefit of a tripod; apologies for any loss of quality.

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