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Penang Seafood Restaurant

It’s easy to define what Penang Seafood Restaurant isn’t: fancy, expensive, or subtle. What it is, though, is a loud, rowdy, and busy Chinese restaurant that works for two but is better for ten. Cover your table with dishes like fried pork belly and penang char kway teow, a peppery rice noodle dish with Cantonese waxed sausage, bean sprouts, and stir-fried cockles, while you mentally map out how to fit their full-sized fish tanks in your apartment.

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