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Red Garden
(Hawker Centre)
Ben van Wijnen


 
 

Red Garden Food Paradise in Georgetown has a lot of delicious hawker stalls. Hawker centres or complexes feature permanent stalls, each offering their own special dishes. The hawkers in Malaysia are licensed, and these are renewed periodically. Hawker food is freshly-prepared.
Enforcement officers from the Health Department and Municipal Councils also conduct regular checks on hygiene and cleanliness.
Red Garden Food Paradise is located right in the middle of the town at the end of Penang Road, beside hotel Malaysia and near Upper Penang Road. It was officially opened sin January 2007, so it's the latest hawker centre in the city.

Do you like duck tonight?

 

At this hawker centre you find most local guests. It's too far away from the most beautiful hotels in Batu Ferringhi.

The hawker centre easy to find for tourists and locals, when you walk up from the Komtar. You'll find it then at the right hand side of Penang Road. It's almost across Hotel Malaysia.
 
The ambience is conducive for friends and families alike to sit down either for a get together dinner or simply for a tete-a-tete over some drinks.
When we visited the Red Garden Food Court it was busy, but very nice.
 
The hawkers stalls serve a variety of local dishes.
They have Malaysian, Indian, Chinese, but also Thai, Japanese and Western food.
You'll even find some vegetarian dishes at the Red Garden Food Paradise.

After dinner you can try Ice Kachang. That's an ice cream made from shaved ice with toppings of red beans, raisins, black jelly, bananas, red/black syrup, evaporated milk and a scoop of ice cream.


If you plan to have dinner at this Hawker Centre, you shouldn't worry about getting a parking place in this part of the city. Penang Road has a lot of night clubs, but The Red Garden Food Paradise has a car park in front of the hawker centre.

The shopping Arcade

  There is a stage where professional singers and bands will be engaged to entertain the dining crowd and make the environment even livelier.

There is also a little shopping arcade in the hawker centre.
The shops offer local handicrafts and items, ranging from clothing to toys including packed food items and jewellery for the ladies.
(have a look at the photo on the left)

All products are made in Penang. That makes them good souvenirs and they not so expensive.

There's also a night market, which is located in the bungalow building.

 Delicious Food at the Red Garden Food Paradise. You can choose what you like!


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