Move aside those health-sapping meals; it’s time to soothe your tummy with an earthy and herby ride. Regular suspects of herbal and chrysanthemum teas usually pop up your mind, however changing our frame of mind is Gui Ling Gao, also known as Tortoise Jelly. Keep calm, no tortoises were harmed. This black jelly is infused with a myriad of Chinese herbs and tinge of tortoise shell powder which is packed with health benefits. We have handpicked the finest spots in Penang where mum never stops you going as it's downright healthy and easy on the wallet.
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When was the last time you had desserts with wolfberries, fresh black sesames, mung beans, lotus seeds or Gingko nuts? Or do you even know they can all be added to desserts? Burrowed between houses in Sungai Dua, this humble joint is breathing healthy twists into traditional Chinese sweet treats, which is an ideal winner, especially for those who pay attention to sugary intake. Their Gui Ling Gao comes in a huge mound shape and paired with raw honey. With its wobbly texture, the mildest touch of the spoon is enough to slitter through this herbal jelly.More info
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