Tuesday, June 23, 2009

MNG and Kimberley Street, Penang

After the Mong Kok lunch in Queensbay, we walked around doing some window shopping ... and suddenly lo and behold, one shop got cheap sales wo, so many people, more people means Good Buy, yes? So I went in and joined in the crowd...people buy, I also buy (dont want to chap shu ma...)

Andy also said, "buy la, mum..." and so I bought TWO (without even trying, so long Q, lazy to wait) .... thank goodness they fit me when I tried them at home....

Ok, back to the main topic, for dinner, we went to Kimberly Street, Penang and sat at the road side...really roadside one... pollution all around... not very used to it, but who cares... just walloped first......




stewed chicken drumsticks...
soft and nice..


anyone likes chicken feet?
ooohh...Andy and I love this...


a bowl of koay teow t'ng


and lastly, we ordered a nyonya dumpling...
IPOH doesn't have this..
as far as i know...

24 comments:

  1. you ah.. superb... after blog ipoh food, now penang pulak.. when you wan to come KL and blog here ah? come la, I bawak you jalan jalan..

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  2. the koay chiap is famous in Kimberly street, try it the next time

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  3. yeah..i heard and i saw too... but i dont really fancy the intestines.. so i didnt take.. it was quite crowded too when i went there that night..

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  4. cynthia, terima kasih banyak dulu... i will go... maybe next week..i call u ah... ok?

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  5. Ooo...nyonya chang! I love those! Ipoh, don't have? Sibu also...unless homemade. Kuching has VERY nice ones! The food looks good except...the chicken feet! Eyewwwww!!! Hahahahahaha!!!!

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  6. Hi Claire.

    Next time u go Penang, try eating at Gurney Drive la...try the "kueh chap" also (it's not for the faint hearted)

    Is that Nyonya "chang" really tastes like a Nyonya "chang" or they just borrow the name only? Nowadays the word "Nyonya" appears everywhere. Nyonya curry, nyonya chicken rice ... makes me sick coz many of cooks aren't really Peranakan and they dare to cheat people by using the word Nyonya in their dishes. Nevertheless, I can't deny that if you want Nyonya food, go to Penang, Melaka or Singapore where most of the Nyonya food come from. (but quality now has dropped)

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  7. These are yummylicious foods reanaclair, and they are not that expenssive. I wish we can get that kind of deall around here. Im drooling with your food here.

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  8. sis..lately u gain any weight?

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  9. I love the chicken feet and drumsticks and dumpling...all of them! yummy looking! :) I am hungry again...

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  10. hi to all of u .. thanks for dropping by.. stp, yes, nyonya dumplings not found so easily in ipoh except for those home made ones.. so far, i cannot trace anyone who does that in ipoh.. must go on searching.. hahaha...

    kev, been to gurney drive, that one is for tourists, u must follow the locals..they know better.. like the char koay teow, the Ah Ling one is better than the Lorong Selamat one...

    chris, just now baru pergi hospital do the wellness test.. still 46kg only lar... phew!!

    beth, shydub, thanks for coming by..come to malaysia when u feel like having exotic food here.. hahhaa.

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  11. wow the koay teow t'ng look tempting. Not too oily not too lack of oil either. and the stewed chicken look yummy too. Though it reminds me of Char siew haha.

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  12. i love chicken feet a lot. in fact, my fav..n i like to spit out the bones... ahahahhaha

    show show ur new dress/shirt.

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  13. oh i love chicken feet too..nyum, nyum..

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  14. so u like chicken feet too, rachel and mamamia.. some find that disgusting..haha..eating the feet of the chicken..

    ladyviral..the koay teow in ipoh and pg are different ...both have their own taste.. different texture..

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  15. wah!! always see u makan one..!!

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  16. haha..have food will travel ma..

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  17. I see! Well, I never knew either haha... I don't even know if the KL koay teow t'ng is the same as penang cause I never been to penang before :P.

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  18. Wah the drumsticks and the chicken feet looks yummy.... todya I have bao for lunch only!! LOL

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  19. funny, i just dreamt of chicken feet last night hehehe; i guess i better make some for my hubby again !

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  20. When we were in Penang recently, my hubby was crazy over the braised chicken and animals spare parts sold at the hawkers' at Kimberly Street. For me, I take no spare parts :)

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  21. Hello! I also love the food at Kimberley! I'm not a fan of fried kuay teow in Singapore but I love the one at Kimberley! Also the braised chicken n duck meat! YUM YUM!!! I m going Penang next Friday! WEEEEE!!

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