Gurney Drive restaurant, Singapore

Gurney Drive, inspired by the famous food heaven of the same name in George Town, Penang, has brought a range of Penang hawker cuisine to our shores. Prepared by a chef who has lived in Penang half his life, you can be sure to expect delectable and authentic Penang fare.

Penang lor bak

Penang lor bak
S$3.90++

The Penang lor bak, a dish of succulent pork wrapped in fried homemade beancurd skin, is a must-order. It had us fighting over the last piece!

Penang rojak

Penang rojak
S$3.90++

Though I enjoy the overall dish and usage of fresh fruits to lighten up the mixture of the Penang rojak, the experience could have been improved had the youtiao (dough fritters) been fresher and crispier.

Seafood fried kuey teow

Seafood fried kuey teow
S$9.90++

The seafood fried kuey teow, featuring a specially created sauce added with prawns, squids and cockles, is much more flavourful and delicious than the usual local versions I have tried.

Penang Assam laksa

Spicy Penang Assam laksa
S$5.50++

Cooked in an appetising traditional gravy, the authentic Penang Assam laksa would have you lapping up every last drop.

Penang Hokkien prawn noodle


Penang Hokkien prawn noodle
S$5.90++

Simmered till perfection in the chef’s special prawn-based soup, it’s no surprise that the ultra flavourful Penang Hokkien prawn noodle is a best-seller. It sure is the highlight of our meal.

Ampla juice

Ampla juice
S$2.50++

Ampla juice is a drink commonly found in Penang. The ampla fruit – commonly referred to as the Indian gooseberry – is surprisingly refreshing once you get used to its sweet and sour flavour. It is also one of the richest known sources of vitamin C and is rich in anti-oxidants!

Bandung with chin chow

Bandung with chin chow (grass jelly)
S$2.50++

With grass jelly for added texture, the fragrant bandung (sweet rose syrup and evaporated milk) serves as a great end to the meal.

Gurney Drive restaurant, Singapore

Besides serving food, Gurney Drive also carries a variety of Penang goodies like Ghee Hiang tau sar pneah and almond cookies. These products are baked in Penang and delivered to the Singapore store within the same day.

Gurney Drive restaurant, Singapore

With satisfying Penang dishes sold at affordable prices, it is no wonder that the Gurney Drive restaurants are very popular with working professionals in the area during the lunch hours. I’m definitely coming back the next time a Penang food craving arises!

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Gurney Drive
Website

Gurney Drive Suntec City

Suntec City Mall
3 Temasek Boulevard
Fountain Terrace #B1-058
Singapore 038983
Tel: +65 6336 8847

Opening hours: 10am – 10pm

Gurney Drive Ang Mo Kio

Jubilee Entertainment Complex
61 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8
#01-07-10 (next to Blk 722)
Singapore 569814
Tel: +65 6455 1202

Opening hours: 10am – 10pm