=Penang= Prawn Fritters @ Tan Jetty

Good food is not complete if it is not shared among families and friends. And this is how the Prawn Fritters at Tan Jetty started. Due to an abundance in their catch and unable to fully consume it, hence they came up with an idea of cooking the remaining catch and sharing with friends and neighbors.

The sizes of the prawn caught are just perfect for making fritters. The families and friends enjoy and found that the fritters were so good, that they encourage them to consider starting a business making prawn fritters. And this happened more than 20 years ago.

Eating the fritters has a nostalgic feeling. And they serve 3 types of fritters which consist of Lobak (Pork roll), Prawn Fritters (Hae Chee) and Bean Curd Fritters (Tau Kua Chee).

The Lobak (RM1.50 per pcs) is crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside that goes well with their homemade chili sauce.

The prawn fritters (RM1 per pcs) perfectly fried to crispiness.

The bean curd fritters (RM1 per pcs) are thinker, and have a softer texture to it.

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Address: 90A, Tan Jetty, Weld Quay, 10300 Penang.
Contact: 04-2632919/016-4520637
Operating Hour:8am-6pm

The price list presented here is as on 1st August, the day when I visited, They do not charge 6% GST nor service charge.

*Street Food*
August 10, 2015



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