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Little cafés, heritage buildings.. a combination which is not originally something Penang Island is famous for, but is quickly gaining popularity among Penangites and tourists alike. And it's no wonder because these quaint little cafés, majority of which are located in heritage buildings, possess a certain charm that makes you feel right at home from the moment you walk into the café. I simply love chancing upon new cafés while driving around town, or hearing about them through friends (after which I bug Jac incessantly til he gets fed up and takes me there just to keep me quiet ;))
Nostalgie Café was one of those which I heard about through a friend - and I got all excited, because it's been a while since I lazed an afternoon away at a café. I was in Korea when the café first opened its doors, and the day after I arrived back in Penang I dragged Jac out to go searching for the café.

  Dine in
  Quality :  4
  Taste :  4
  Service :  5
  Value For Money :  3