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Foodie Trail In Penang

IT WAS A SHORT TRIP TO PENANG, other than durians and some simple food, I was back in Ipoh on a Sunday afternoon.  We did not go to anywhere special this time, just had our usual Koay Teow Th'ng, Laksa, rice, fried noodles combination and I think that was about all.  One of my friends came all the way from KL and we managed to meet up at Ka Bee along the jetty in Penang.  She was on a foodie trip with her friends and she recommended me some shops to go to and what to eat!  LOL... That shows I am not as "efficient" as her, the further she is, the more she knows!  LOL...
Recommended is the Chee Cheong Fun at Genting cafe, Island Glades..
Very popular, have to queue if "packet back" otherwise.. just order and sit down...
Nice texture with a generous portion of sauce... RM3.90
How nice if there are some fried fish balls to go with this!
Wanton noodles to go with Roasted Duck...
These two were taken in Butterworth near the ferry station... RM25
At Ka Bee Cafe Jetty in the evening.... weekends are very crowded...
It is all about fish... RM14
Fish Tomyam....
Fried Chai Yee Jai...RM16
A plate of mini sized vege...
And the high cholesterol Fish Eggs, my favourite!
Me and my buddy friend!
Non stop foodie trail... LOL... 

Comments

  1. i like to eat rolled up ccf. so many rolls of deep fried fish eggs - so tasty!

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  2. ahhhhh...I miss Penang food!! the roasted duck really caught my attention! so meaty....with crunchy roasted skin!

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  3. Come! Come! Get a few of your foodie friends to come over to Sibu and enjoy what we have here! What for go Penang? Saw the news or not? Already lost to Ipoh as the No. 1 destination in the peninsula, no good liao, over-rated!

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  4. Not only your favourite, also my favourite, hehe...

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  5. CCF is always one of my favourites

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  6. The noodles and duck look delicious!! I want them now, and wish you could pass them through the screen! A Food Trail would be SO much fun!!

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  7. I miss Penang food after reading this post! Penang is all about food!

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  8. I love this Chee Cheong Fun at Genting cafe! I have been eating this for almost 20 years now and not tired of it.

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