Tuesday, January 22, 2013

In Maxim Again Before Our Departure

Fourth morning in Penang... the day we have to bid "sayonara" again to one another before we went our separate ways...

For our breakfast, we woke up early so that we could have more time to spend with each other and we went for a scrumptious meal in Maxim Dim Sum again! This time we ordered something new... there are many varieties actually and I think they won't see the last of us yet! hahahaa...
As usual, we ordered some dim sum for "starters."
Surely we ordered more than the above.. I remember having "lau sar pau" too... hmmm...
Yum...yummm!!
we ordered some extras... plate of wanton noodles... 
very "springy" and tasty too!
oh, I love their fried rice... with lots of "char siew"  (BBQ meat)
RM5 per plate... if I remember right...
then we ordered the flat noodles with steamed garupa fish meat....
If not mistaken, it cost RM10 per plate...
And for the total, it cost around RM46 only!
Well, Indeed it was Cheap and Nice meal for us...
After our so-called brunch, we parted ways....
My girl and I drove towards the Penang bridge back to Ipoh
and my sons drove the opposite way to Queensbay Mall....
And by the time we reached Ipoh,
Aaron was at the Penang airport waiting to board the flight back to Singapore.....
Our 4 days in Penang has come to an end... 

15 comments:

  1. The flat noodle looks interesting leh.

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  2. wow... nice place.. it's near to my aunt but I haven't tried this... maybe one trip next time.. thanks for sharing..

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  3. wah, the fried rice and noodles look very yummy leh!! no wonder you want to go there again just before leaving.. :p

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  4. Been while I never went to Penang. Miss the place.

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  5. I could still remember how painful it was when my car drove onto the south-bound highway as opposed to my parents' and brother's, after meeting up in KL for a couple of days. Thank goodness I am now back to my hometown.

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  6. did you try out those hawker stalls in ayer hitam?.. that's a street of food heaven.

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  7. i bet you really love those tarts are you haha i see that the most often

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  8. The wonton noodles and fried rice looks so good, and I love the bridge, though it represents the end of your trip!!

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  9. With fish RM10 only? So cheap...

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  10. Flat noodle with fish meat....that sound new to me.

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  11. The flat noodle with garoupa is interesting!

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  12. kathy: yeah, dont have that in Ipoh, i think..


    cyn: try and let me know what you think. :)


    chris: one north and one so south! :)


    Pam: so now you are back to your 2nd hometown? :)

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  13. anne: not as yet la! must go try one day!! :)


    mecoy: yes, those are our favourite egg tarts...

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  14. ginny: yes, the Penang Bridge.. there is another one coming up and will be ready by end of this year, I heard..


    stp: yes! that is why I want to go again.. and again.. hahaha..


    mery: and not with soup too.. something different..


    merryn: Penang's specialty..

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  15. maxim should be nice huh..
    you go for it again..

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