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At Canton City, Perak Road, Penang

THE FIRST STOP UPON ARRIVING TO PENANG WAS TO HAVE LUNCH....
This is in Perak Road, we wanted to go and get some fish noodles... unfortunately the noodles only starts at 4pm.... so we had other food instead....
Lunch hour was over....and we were the second last guests... I think...
What does it say here?  hmmm......
They only have these for us.... a combination of pork, beancurd and eggs....
And double boiled soup..... 
Looks familiar.... ??  Yes... chu toe !
And they tasted to "pepper-rich"... long time I didn't get to drink this.....
Remember, fish noodles only start at 4pm.... 
After our lunch, we stopped here for my "fix"... hahahaha.... 
My snacks after my lunch.... then only I feel the "burp" of satisfaction! 
hahahaha...


Comments

  1. Oh I love the jian di kuih... Hope you are feeling much better Claire.

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    1. Me too!! Yes, feeling better than before... thanks

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  2. Ooohhh...is that "too thor thng"? I love it too! And of course, how to resist the deep fried kueh bakul :D

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  3. I loves the soup... Long time i didn't drink that too...

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  4. I love that egg!!! Why Canton City? Like Canton-i, the Chinese restaurant chain.

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    1. No, it is not the chain one.. maybe cantonese food?

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  5. wah, i saw the signboard and there are actually a lot of signature dishes sold in the restaurant.. you should have brought more people to go along with you so that you can all order more dishes to try, hahaha!! wah, i underestimated you, you walloped three piece of the fried nin-ko!! hebat~~ :p

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  6. Ha ha I am eyeing the snacks, the last item!

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  7. Chu toe must be so delicious after so long. Enjoy yourself in Penang!

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  8. Er... I seen this Canton City last week, but did not go in because it was too full and I did not want to wait. Must be pretty good if their items are sold out..

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    1. But at 2pm, it was so empty.. yeah, I think evenings must be pretty full..

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  9. Is the last picture the kueh which they put the sticky Chinese New Year brown "cake" inside and deep fry it? I love it too.

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    1. Yes, yes!! That is my favourite kueh if fried with yam or sweet potato...!

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