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Cooking Traditional Food Class in Penang with Nazlina

Come discover George Town through an extensive culinary experience with Nazlina. Established since June 2009, Nazlina's cooking classes and market tours are the longest running classes and tours available, in Malaysia!

Here are the details:

Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays: 8.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.

RM280.00 per person nett

Afternoon classes:

Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays: 2.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m.

RM280.00 per person nett (with market tour)

Pre-payment is strictly required at least two days prior to the tours and classes

WISE using DuitNow to +6012-411 7300

PayPal to nazlina.hussin @gmail (+5% transaction charge)

Online banking to Maybank, or using the cash deposit machine at Maybank to 113015024122

Samples of the items taught to the class

Morning Class

8.00 am - 1.00 pm

(Includes the Wet Market tour)


Afternoon Class

Upon request

(With/without Market Tour)


Examples of other recipes you may request;

(at an additional cost or replace the item from the original menu. If not in the list, you can always ask)

Tuesdays 2023

Tomato Rice

Ayam Masak Merah

Penang Achar


Kuih Ketayap

Curry Puff

Kuih Talam


Beef in Black Sauce

Chicken Curry Kapitan

Chicken/Fish Curry

Fish Head Curry

Yellow Sauce Curry


Thursdays 2023


Chicken Curry laksa

Roti canai

Vegetables Dalcha

Vegetarian Thai Green Curry



Rice dishes;

Nasi Ulam

Nasi Minyak

Nasi Tomato


Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemuni




Beef rendang

Nasi lemak & Sambal Ikan bilis

Kerabu Kacang Botor

Kerabu bihun


Kuih Lapis


Street food;

Mee goreng mamak

Prawn fritters and peanut sauce

Lam Mee

Mee rebus



Prices (all prices are inclusive)

Morning Classes. Includes market tour, cooking class and lunch. 8.00 am - 1.00 pm

Adult - RM280.

Child - RM150 (children between 5-12 years old)


Nazlina's market tour makes up a substantial part of the experience whereby we will walk to two markets. You will see seasonal produce,
items that you can only see during the many festivals: New Year, Chinese New Year, Thaipusam, dragon boat, Ramadhan, Eid, Hungry Ghost and Mooncake festivals, for example.
You will also taste fruits, drinks, street snacks along the way. You will also see how artisanal food is made in situ: lumpia maker, roti canai factory, freshly made noodles,
squeezing of coconut cream, fish being cleaned, as well as how stir fries are being made and sold in a busy market.

Thank you


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**Please indicate food allergy or dietary requirement when making the reservation**.

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