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Penang Tanjung Bungah Goreng Pisang (Pisang Goreng)


Penang Tanjung Bungah Goreng Pisang (Pisang Goreng) – Pisang Goreng literally means fried banana (banana fritter) is a famous snack food in Malaysia, grammatically it’s called Pisang Goreng but Chinese called it the “goreng pisang” more.

Banana is battered and then deep fried in hot oil.. It reveals a crunchy skin with a sweet banana fruit inside.


There’s one stall at Tanjung Bungah, on the junction of Jalan Chan Swee Teong and Jalan Tanjung Bungah, on a little lorry that sells the goreng pisang as well as several other deep fried local snack food like tapioca (RM0.70/pcs), glutinous rice (RM1.50/pcs), banana cake (RM0.50/pcs), yam (RM1.00/pcs), cempedak, sweet potato (RM0.70/pcs) and green bean (RM0.70/pcs). All of them are deep fried with a crunchy outer skin.

#3: Banana cake on the far right. We call it Kueh Kor Lok.

#4: Fried glutinous rice and tapioca.

#5: Fried Yam.

#6: Fried Sweet Potato.

I bought fried banana that day and it was crispy and sweet. Will definitely come back for more fried banana. The little stall has a Facebook page too!

Penang Goreng Pisang

Junction corner of Jalan Chan Swee Teong and Jalan Tanjung Bungah

Telephone: +6019-4467343


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