They claim to be the oldest nasi kandar restaurant in Penang. Tasty nasi kandar and murtabek (which comes with delicious onion and curry sauce for RM5.50). They've recently opened a second building a few doors down which has A/C and specialises in tandoori. I had the chicken pahadi kebab which was tender, tasty (especially with a naan) and green!
Unfortunately when I went back and had the chicken tandoori, garlic chicken tikka and plain naan, the meat was all overcooked and dry. The naan was great and massive, but it didn't make up for the meat.