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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Our Weekend Indulgence In Penang

DROVE UP NORTH TO PENANG ON A SATURDAY AFTERNOON AROUND 3PM...
By the time we reached the island, it was almost... almost time for dinner.  After checking in to the hotel, we adjourned for food and more food at this food paradise island...

First stop at Free School Garden food court, it opens day and night, plenty of varieties over there at the stalls, only problem is that the stomach cannot fill in much... LOL... I think it is something to do with age.. my age, I mean.. My eyes are wide but the mouth is too small...
Ended up taking a plate of Fried Koay Teow... RM6 or RM7
And steamed crabs which cost RM64!
Went to Chulia Street for more food... it is famous for Wanton noodles.. 
But stomach cannot put in anymore main meal... 
Wanted something lighter ... 
A better choice with a mixture of fish and greens...
RM5 for 11 pieces and I love the generous crispy garlic toppings... 
Next morning we went to Pulau Tikus... 
One of the coffeeshops famous for their Fried Mee... RM6
Hokkien prawn noodles RM6
One whole egg!
Very tasty too... 
We ordered a bowl of Koay Teow Th'ng to share... 
And we could not resist the Pasembur as well.... RM9.50
For afternoon tea, I had Laksa at Ayer Itam... Rm4
Too full for anything else...
Then later at night we went to Jelutong Market for Koay Kak... 
And vegetarian meehoon which is quite popular around that area.... 
Ended the meal with sweet dessert called "Everything IN"
A mixture of 10 ingredients or more.... RM4 
Monday morning before we depart, we had Dim Sum at Macalister Road... 
And reached Ipoh around noon...
This is our "Weekend Indulgence"...
Back to simple homecooked food in Ipoh!

22 comments:

  1. All my Penang favourites, all the hawker delights. Have not been there for so so long! Sighhhhh!!!!

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  2. all my fav food in Penang! ur weekend makan trip really fully utilised! seems like u have covered most iconic food!

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    1. Not really.. I wish I could...stomach nowadays cannot stomach a lot.. hahaa

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  3. Wow! Penang again?? But I dont mind the driving for food. Haha. I like Penang. Been there once but many years ago. Hope to go back soone. In my wishlist. ^^

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    1. Yeah, hope you will.. Ipoh is near to Penang.. so no problem if someone does the driving.. hahaa

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  4. Hey you are already a real Penang Lang and knew how to eat at Jelutong Market!!! None of my Ipoh or KL friends ever heard of Jelutong Market. I give you a Gold Medal.

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  5. When in Penang, must indulge! Or else like so wasted hah..hah..

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    1. Penang is food paradise, so it is known..

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  6. All looks so appetising. When eating outside, I will never order crabs as it is so "ma huan" to eat.

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    1. Yes, a lot of people say that... but I simply hantam! hahaha

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  7. The crabs look almost alive!!! The best looking to me is the Meehoon. Wow, it looks so good! How could you get noodles any thinner? Please pass me a bite through the screen...I am waiting with my mouth open!

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    1. I wish I could eat together with you one day, Ginny!

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  8. Food Glorious Food, I love Food, Food makes me happy, hee hee!

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  9. very good! can eat sso much variety of food in just one weekend! so tasty! yum yum!

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    1. Actually not much already.. could be more but no more space in me!

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  10. Glad you had such a great variety of Penang food! Ho Chiak!!!

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