Raja Uda Food Court (Pusat Makanan dan Minuman Raja Uda) was our final night’s dinner here in Butterworth, Penang. After enjoying the cute ice cream dessert at Gathers Cafe and a quick rest at Aroma Hotel, we drove to this food court which is only around 10 minutes drive away.
At first we wanted to try Tom Yam Noodle at Jalan Raja Uda but there were too many customers. Furthermore, there are not many choices of food there. In the end, we thought Raja Uda Food Court will be a better choice to try more local Penang hawker food. We never regret with our decision as all the food we tried there are super delicious.
Raja Uda Food Court’s Food
The first food we ordered here is the crispy delicious Pipa Duck. The skin is very crispy and the duck meat is very tender and fragrant.
Another view of this delicious Pipa duck.
The next hawker food we tried here is the Fried Oyster Omelette (Or Chien). The oyster is big and juicy.
Look at the big juicy oyster compared to our chopsticks.
We also tried this grilled stringray fish from the BBQ Seafood stall. Delicious but the one at Ah Chui Seafood is nicer.
Spicy Kangkung Sotong is very delicious too. The sauce used is very special.
Ipoh Char Kuey Teow. Actually I wanted to try another Penang Char Kuey Teow but there was no Penang Char Kuey Teow stall here. Anyway this Ipoh Char Kuey Teow is delicious too.
The food stalls at Raja Uda Food Court
While waiting for my food to arrive, I took a quick walk around the food court to see what other food stalls this food court has.
Wantan and other type of noodle stall. You can also order Maggi Mee here.
Not sure what is Goi Cuon? Maybe some Vietnamese dish as this stall sells Vietnamese noodles and vermicelli too.
BBQ Seafood stall where we ordered our grilled stingray fish. They got few kinds of fish, prawn, clams, crabs and squids.
The Pipa Duck stall wher we ordered from. They also sell dish such as Pork Rice and Mui Chye Vegetable.
The Fried Oyster stall. You can order 3 sizes for RM 7, RM 11 or RM 14.
Charcoal Chicken Wing stall. Saw the menu has Sayap Kari. Could it means chicken wing marinated with curry powder and grilled?
This is the stall where I ordered my Ipoh Chao Koay Teow.
They also have Pan Mee here and this Mee Hoon Kuih which I have never heard of. Maybe it is a kuih made from Mee Hoon?
Western food stall. The Italian sausage looks delicious. But we are not gonna to order western food in Penang.
Sawarak Kolo Mee stall. Maybe if I have stayed in Penang long time enough and bored with all Penang local food, I will order other non-Penang food such as this Sawarak Kolo Mee or the Pan Mee.
Claypot rice and noodle food stall.
Bawal Set rice and Keli rice. Something unique here which I have never seen in Petaling Jaya or Kuala Lumpur.
Thailand Style Pork Leg Rice. Wonder if it is as delicious as the one at Frame Thai?
Empty plates = delicious food.
You can easily spot this food court while driving along Jalan Raja Uda. It is a suitable place to try more delicious local Penang food here in Butterworth.
Jalan Raja Uda
Butterworth, Penang 12300
7 am to 12 am
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Mee hoon kueh is a Hokkien dish which is Pan mee but is hand torn. In Hokkien it is called mee hoon ker. Mee hoon is flour while the “kueh” part is the localisation of “ker” which meant the same thing.
I see! Thanks for the explanation.