Seeing the snaking queue of their neighbor Punggol Nasi Lemak, Penang Bagus’ business paled in comparison. Besides a middle-aged couple, we were the only customers on a Saturday evening. They serve a mixture of Penang, Tze Char and Korean food...doesn’t that make you want to try it already??? hehe. Prices are quite ok too – penang specials are around $6, $7 while tze chars are like $8.90, $11.90 ish. Here’s what we had:

🥓Lor Bak
Pork in beancurd skin served with tau gua, century egg and fishball.

🍤Penang Prawn Mee (Upsized)
Nice!!! Prawns were big and fresh. A nice mix of yellow noodles and beehoon.

🥦3 Egg Spinach
This was a pleasant surprise - it doubled as a light soup as well hehe.

🍖Mongolian Pork Ribs $11.90
Really good and generous (~10 pieces 😯)!! Sauce was rich and flavorful (and perhaps a bit too much) and the meat was cooked perfectly.

Used beyond (penang special w drink set and Tze char) and added up to $27 only 😱 Felt so bad bc it was so cheap haha but will definitely come back!!! Totally wont mind paying the original price. And would try the Korean dishes such as bingsu and toast 👀 service is good too the aunty introduced their homemade chili and recommended the curry fish head for our next visit.