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One Day Foodie Trail To Penang

TEMPTATIONS IN PENANG..

Wanna go Penang for a foodie day trip, Fren?  And she replied, YES!!  Let's Go tomorrow!

And off we went, started our journey around 8.30am and half way we stopped at Bukit Gantang resthouse to exchange seats.  Yeah, I am so glad that my friend can take over the wheel anytime!  After the Penang toll, I took the wheels again and it was almost 10.30am when we reached our first place for our breakfast.  By then our tummies were calling for Food, Food please...

Quickly my friend made the orders and we sat comfortably to wait for the food.... Food arrived, hold on, let our cameras "eat" first... and in no time, we finished up all the food!  First round over...
Koay Teow Thng With Duck Meat

Their soft fish balls to go with the noodles...
Braised meat to go with the noodles too!
Alright, shall we start?
Wait.... introducing my foodie friend... 
Alright, we are almost done...
Now we can start to eat....
And here is the name of the shop....
Teoh Guan Hup Foodstuff Industries...
Not sure whether this is the correct name or not...
We could not find any sign outside the shop....
But we know it is behind Carnavon Street, Penang... 


Comments

  1. The braised meat looks really inviting. It actually made me drool. :D

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  2. The fish balls look so tempting

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    1. This reminds me to go for my fish ball mee pok fix again

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  3. Have not had kway teow th'ng for a long time now.

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  4. Looking forward to the next foodie trip in Penang. There are many more food we haven't eaten yet! Maybe a 2 days 1 night trip will be great! He he!

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  5. aiks... you bila balik punya. hahaha... missing Malaysian food leh

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  6. So many fish balls in the soup. So fun to just jump in and drive to Penang for a day of food. I love that.

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  7. Very nice makan. Nancy hiding behind her phone? LOL!

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  8. so free and easy can go on a makan makan day trip.

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