The world “lorbak” is oined from two components of the dish: the thick, starchy dipping sauce (lor) and the meat (bak) used for the sausage roll. Lorbak as sold by street vendors, has expanded to encompass a motley assemblage of snacks including cucumber slices, fried beancurd, prawn fritters, taro fritters and octopus.

Located @ Lorong Kimberley.

They got a few push-cart. Make sure you find this uncle. Friend ly uncle Bor Choo Kooi has been selling lorbak from his push-cart since pre-independence days – from 1955, to be exact.

Normally crowd during breakfast and lunch time.

The sauce for lorbak. Served with the chili sauce and sticky sweet sauce (lor sauce)

Lorbak @ RM8.00. Fish, prawns and taukua. You can add Chinese sausage and squid also. The sauces mask oily tasted well.

Overall I will vote:
8/10 for the service. Friendly.
7/10 for the food quality and quantity of the food excellent. Expensive but worth.
6/10 for the environment. Just ordinary kopitiam. So, don’t expect too high.


Kedai Kopi Seng Thor,
160 Lebuh Carnavon,
Georgetown, Penang.

Operation Hour:
7am – 3pm

P.S.: This is based on individual’s taste and liking and if there’s any other further questions about this restaurant or the food, feel free to drop a comment. Thanks!