Do you know where is Butterworth, Penang Food Street (Wai Sek Kai)?

Do you know where is Butterworth, Penang Food Street (Wai Sek Kai) ? The answer is "Chai Leng Park". It's not a stranger place for people stay in Seberang Perai area but I'm quite surprise because I only knew SS2, Petaling Jaya Food Street before I went to Penang. Now, not only PJ and I believe more and more food street in Malaysia that I haven't explore. If you know where's other Food Street's location, please do drop your comment so that I can add on into my food hunter list.

My food hunter journey continue from Balik Pulau to Butterworth. You may find many different foods here when most of the stalls started their business from 6pm onwards.

My friend and I decided to survey each stalls ended up we pick this stall as our dinner. Looks at the long queue, the ducks and chickens hanging show that it's a famous stalls in here. 

Roasted Chicken, Roasted Duck, BBQ Pork (Char Siu) and Roasted Pork (Siu Yuk,  烧肉). I like the crispy of the pork. 

Spotted another stalls with the boneless fried chicken. 

It's a fishball? But it's not. It's a fried chicken. We are tempting with the way it's cooks and looks delicious.

On our way back to car park, we are attracted by this stall. Variety choices of foods that we can choose for Lok-Lok. We are decided to come over to this stall for our supper.

After watching the movie "Piranha" in nearby cinema, we went back to Chai Leng Park for our second round as Supper. We hardly got a parking there, almost all stalls packed with people. We went to the Lok-Lok stalls and luckily we have a seat.  

The fried sosej and beancurd strips which we can eat first while waiting the hot water to boil.

Variety foods to choose, such as prawn, octopus, fish ball, squid ball and etc.

First time, both of us eat lok-lok on the table with variety choices of sauces such as peanut sauces, chili sauces, . Normally in KL, it's just a van called Fat Man (Fei Lo) Lok-Lok, with standing on the road side eating.

Just put all your foods inside and wait until it cooked. Best served with your choices of sauces.

Lebuh Kurau 5,

Taman Chai Leng,
Butterworth, Penang, Malaysia.

Business Hours:
Stalls open from about 5pm onwards, until late night.

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  1. oh yum!

    I should go there when I visit Penang next time!

  2. Yum yum..Lok lok is awesome. XD

  3. I stayed in seberang prai for 6 years and I have no idea about this place. I should really walk around more...

  4. penang, always with good good :)

  5. try jalan raja tun uda, bagan, butterworth