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My Favourite Koay Teow Th'g Along Hutton Lane, Penang

The next morning I woke up with enthusiasm, thinking of my favourite Koay Teow T'ng (soup noodles) stall which  is situated along Hutton Lane.  Actually it is not a "lane", it is on one of the main roads, that is why it is called "Jalan Hutton" in Malay and not "Lorong" instead.  To get there from our B-Suite Hotel, it was a twenty minutes drive on a Monday morning.  Parking was another problem but somehow we managed to get one right opposite the Police Station.

Anyone can tell me what road this is...  :)
It leads to this roundabout here... 
Passed by this building that reminded me of those costume series in TVB...
Turning right to park our car, just opposite the Police Station...
And the shop is just directly opposite the Municipal Building along Hutton....
Finally ........my favourite Koay Teow Th'ng
Sorry, this might look non-attractive...
My camera is not giving any credit to the food here...
But the taste is certainly there.... 
I would love to come by here again and again... anytime!

Comments

  1. That's magazine road Claire... i don't like this koay teow th'ng, too many pork lards and too porky for me, i'd prefer those less-oilier ones :P

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    1. Oh, not Hutton Lane? That one is just opposite the Municipal... written there is Jalan Hutton? hmmm.. not so sure..

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  2. Looks good but too oily. Makes me craving for a bowl of hot kway teow cos now very windy and cold after a heavy downpour. Slurpppp!!!!....

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    1. Penang Koay Teow is slightly different from Ipoh ones.. me also craving now! :)

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  3. guess the real taste of the koay teow thng must be a lot more delicious than how it looks in the photo.. it's our Ipoh Food Mayor's favorite, sure no play play!! :p

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    1. hahahaha... yes, my picture did not give any credit to the food!

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  4. Love how you take photos of the way to your favourite Koay Teow Th'ng! Always missing my hometown Penang's food!

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    1. Thank you Nateniale.. but I know this picture is quite blur and not what it is in real.. :)

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  5. Looks nice but different from the one I had at an old coffee shop, Penang Road. Anything in clear soup, I like!

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    1. Yeah, me too! Hot and soupy, I like... I can skip curry for soup noodles...

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  6. I have never been to this place to eat this koay teow. Will try to go next time.

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    1. Hope you like it.. I heard it is quite crowded in the morning...

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    1. You can order the L size! hahahaa... Mine is S....

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  8. Hmmm...not sure what this is. Is it tiny dumplings?

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    1. Yes, noodles with fish balls and minced meat.. :) Nice!

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  9. How long for you to travel from Ipoh to Penang?

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    1. If I drive, toll to toll is one and a half hours... i m a slow driver... :)

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  10. Looks can be deceiving. Who knows this is actually very yummy. :p

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    1. I try not to miss a bowl of koay teow thng whenever I go to Penang..

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  11. You have to try the kuay teow thng in Sg Nibong, that's the best in Penang! :D

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    1. Mei Yee, is it the corner shop one? I have tried that before too.. love the taste too... lardy.. hahaa..

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  12. I don't mind having it a bowl now....i m freezing over here..**waves to Claire** hahah

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