Sunday, January 17, 2016

Bayan Baru Food Court And Queensbay Mall, Penang

UPOM ARRIVING IN PENANG, WE DROVE STRAIGHT TO BAYAN BARU TO CHECK OUT THE ROOM.... Deposited the bags there and went for a light linch at the Bayan Baru market cum food court.

Since it was pass lunch time, this place was not as crowded...
Normal days most of the factory work staff will come here for the many choices of food...
My son and I ordered a bowl each of their fried mihoon with fish.... 
Something we had not tried before....and we like it!
My girl tried their fried koay teow....
And we love the pasembor most of all......
And the next thing I found myself joining them for a shopping spree in Queensbay mall nearby....
I thought of waiting for them at a cafe while they shop but my son wanted me wheels.....
And the pushing started again.... Just like the Europe holidays... Hahaaaa...
Taken at the entrance of the mall... So 'chinese-sey' this year.....
Beautifully decrated to have the Feel for Chinese New Year!
Wonder those are planks or boards....
Someone is holding the brush like he's holding a pen.....
Hahaaaaaa....
Same here with this girl... That shows they are not so chinese-sey....
One more for the album before we began the shopping and the paying....
Yes, now looking at the pictures, I realize I need to put on some weight on my legs....
Any suggestions on how to fatten them up? 

20 comments:

  1. Not easy to write Chinese calligraphy. Lol. English letters are easier to write.

    My kind of fried mihun. Prefer it drier though but yours was lovely enough. Pasembor? Like Indian rojak is it??

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    1. hahaha... that is how we hold the chinese brush!

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    2. Yes, sort of Indian rojak but sold by a Chinese...

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  2. Like all the food you order especially the pasembor. It is Indian rojak, rite? Droolinggg!!!!

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    1. Yes, but as I said.. prepared by a Chinese.. :)

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    2. Yes, but as I said.. prepared by a Chinese.. :)

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  3. So good, over here, most places close after lunch time but they open again around 6 till late at night. Afternoon, not many customers so I guess it is a good time for them to go home and rest. Lovely food, lovely decor...and so nice, to be pushed around like a queen. LOL!!!

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    1. Oh I prefer not to be pushed.. I prefer to be a soldier.. hahaha..

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  4. Why you want to fatten your legs? I would give anything to have slim legs like you!

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    1. Oh, bigger legs can carry weight!! hahaha... can eat more then!

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  5. Thanks for the review on the pasembor in Bayan Baru Food Court. I will try it the next time I am in Penang. I am with PH on this, no need to fatten your legs. They look very nice, slim legs.

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    1. Then I got to jaga my weight.. my thin legs are too narrow! :)

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  6. Thanks for your share . I like your article.

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  7. I want to slim down my legs, you want to fatten your leg, haha...

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  8. If you tell people Bayan Baru food court, most people will not know one. That one is called Sunshine Market foodcourt hehehe~

    Eh, did you not notice the fake pool with boats? I thought that is the main "event" this time. I will go shoot photos this coming weekend, I think...

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    1. Oh so sorry, really I am blur!!Ok, looking forward to seeing your event pictures!

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  9. so nice you had a nice lunch and then went shopping.. I would like to try that dry fish beehoon, looks good!! and the CNY deco is beautiful in Queensbay Mall.. :)

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    1. Yes, you must come one day to try all the Penang famous food!

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