Back in old time, at each row of shophouses, there is a five feet width shaded corridor in front of the shophouses for pedestrians to walk around and act as a shelter place during bad weather. In Malay, it is called “Kaki Lima”. I believed that GohKaki 五脚基 Cafe is named as such to act as a shelter for busy workers to relax themselves in nicely decorated and renovated old house.
In conjunction with the upcoming August promotion, Eastin Hotel Penang is pleased to offer you for a variety of Malaysian delights. Come and enjoy delicious dishes such as sup ekor lembu, ayam percik, kambing masala, bubur cha-cha and many more!
Other than Taiwanese dessert shops, Hong Kong dessert shops are also mushrooming in major cities of Malaysia. One of the examples is 糖伯府 Tang Bo Fu which is also known as “local” Tang Bo Fu.