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Our Penang's Best Koay Teow Th'ng

FOODIE TRAIL UP NORTH....  Another impromptu trip, suggested by my Ipoh friends just two days ago and then it was finalized after the apartment booking was made.  No turning back...  We started out our journey around 7am in the morning and reached Penang just in time for the 113, Koay Teow Thng in Lebuh Melayu.  This place is not to be missed each time we go there....
Our "Fix" in the morning.... 
We ordered three bowls to be shared among 6 of us... 
Since our metabolism is not high anymore... 
we got to leave space in the stomach for other food!
A plate of mixed variety to go with the noodles... 
Consisting of eggs, beancurd and duck meat.... Yummmssss!!
A standard bowl of Koay Teow Th'ng looks like this.... 
Plus a bowl of fish balls to go with as well.... 
Taken on the way walking to the 113, Lebuh Melayu.... 
Yes, immediately after that, we adjourned to Air Itam for our Laksa fix!
Again... three bowls to share among 6 of us... 
Four in the picture after our "fix!"  
Time to walk up the steps to shed off our calories!

Comments

  1. I like the look of the kway teow thng. Not so crazy about Penang laksa though.

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  2. I love Koay Teow Th'ng! Air Itam Penang laksa, no, thank you...if it is at that same old place.

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  3. I have not tasted penang laksa before.

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  4. Nice to go for impromptu trips for makan makan!

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  5. The last dish looks the best to me. Claire, you look adorable in this outfit!

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  6. u made me crave for Penang food now!!!

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