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Food Fest At Batu Lancang Market, Penang

CHECK OUT.....  from the Penang Hill, we went back to our homestay apartment to get our bags and retrieved back our deposit from the owner.  It was around 1pm, we did not leave Penang immediately.  We drove to Ghee Hiang, a heritage shop of 160 years old, selling freshly baked biscuits and their famous sesame oil among many other varieties.  We did not get any cookies, my friend and I only bought a bottle of sesame oil each... maybe fresher than those sold in the malls?  LOL... ladies!
In front of Ghee Hiang with their famous icons!
And these inside the shop... no, not for sale... 
Cute though... 
Then we proceed to Batu Lancang market for our lunch/teatime...
This market only opens around noon till evening....
We had a few varieties... Roasted Pork and Pasembor...
Nasi Kerabu... not to be missed... 
Laksa....
Fried "butterfly" and pancakes... (ham chim piang)
Tee Kueh for washing the mouth... 
Curry puffs.... 
Part of our "loot" in Batu Lancang market!
Wow! How did the we managed to eat all these, now I am wondering!

Comments

  1. Pasembur! That's another thing you must come here and try - our Indian rojak, quite different, I must say...and our butterfly fritters too - ours more interesting shape. Hehehehehe!!!!

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  2. wah, the Tee Kueh is so colourful - yellow and green. If go Ghee Hiang, must buy tambun cookies!

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  3. Our stomachs like bottomless pit!

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  4. Wow so much good food! The nasi kerabu, the curry puffs, the butterflies and the ham chim piang, slurps!

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  5. Quite a loot!! Eat and buy so much food. Nasi kerabu, looking at your photo make me craving for it.

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