We went to one hawker stall right opposite this building along Lebuh Kimberley....
Chew Si Kee San Tong
(anyone can tell me what it means? some association, right?)
near Penang Road... behind the shops
tall and standing is the Komtar building...
It was quite crowded when we reached there...
waited around 10 minutes.. not so long actually..
my favourite Koay Teow Th'ng
taken with cilipadi-s, BEST!
"fresh and young" choy sum (vegetables)
Isn't this a much better choice than a buffet breakfast? :)
Of course kuey teow th'ng is so much better than hotel buffet. Chew Si Kee San Tong means the The Chew's Accosiation.ReplyDelete
Interesting place, appetizing food!ReplyDelete
Is that liver I see in your Koay Teow Thng? Fuh.. if really shiok ooooo...ReplyDelete
mery: something clear..ReplyDelete
pam: i guess as much.. :)
gigi: for breakfast, this is fine..
merryn: no la..that is bak.. hahaha..
Looks like pork noodles....ReplyDelete
Is it Chee Yau char on d veges?
Actually yes, i would think this is a better choice than the buffet breakfast.. nom nom :)ReplyDelete
Kuey teow thng has always been healthier than all those fried stuff..
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never had this before...but surely, I will pick this over buffet breakfast anytime!ReplyDelete
Would definitely prefer koay teow th'ng to buffet breakfast. Looks heavenly but weird when it comes with a plate of choy sum.ReplyDelete
That is an association for people with the sir name of Chew or Chow.ReplyDelete
I always prefer hawker food than any other things.
The kuey teow soup looks good, wish to try too!ReplyDelete
Ahhhh!!!! I like! Hmmm...will have to cook my own one of these days. Sigh!!!ReplyDelete
simpleperson: i think garlic la.. :)ReplyDelete
isaac: yes, u should know, penang nang..
angelbear: ditto to that...
irene: this is called a balanced diet.. hahaa..
yan: maybe we prefer this cos we are mothers! :0
hayley: penang is famous for this..
stp: come over to Penang la! no need to cook it yourself! lol..
yes this one is yummy. you must also try the one in anson road market:DReplyDelete