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Laksa And Mua Chee In Ayer Itam, Penang

Next agenda after the Maxim dim sum, we had our afternoon tea time around 3pm or so.. we drove all the way to Ayer Itam for the infamous Laksa. Using the GPS, we managed to find laksa stall.. as my sister used to say, quote..."the messier, the tastier"... oooopsss... no offence...
the stall beside the roadside... 
Uncle Laksa busy pouring the laksa soup...
Here it is... 

Can feel Andy "salivating" over it...
Along the same row, a man selling "mua-chee" 
Just look at the generous nuts and fillings... yummy!!

After our "tea-time" it is time to move again....
We called it  a day... 
Back to the hotel to "rest" our my weary bones...

Famous Penang Asam Laksa

Comments

  1. I went all the way there...and saw the water in the drain and how hot it was, how uncomfortable...I did not want to eat the laksa anymore. For the amount of money they're making, they should think of the welfare of the customers a bit...

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  2. salivating... will make a trip just for that... STP, next time just tapau and makan in the hotel...

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  3. aiya...that round i went for the asam laksa, i was having sore throat...eat also no taste.

    wei,,,if not mistaken that place is near Isaac Tan's house wor...ingat u went for the fullmoon

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  4. stp: yeah..it is hot over there.. and yet... so many people.. the more the merrier.. hahaa...


    wk: can take me along?? :)


    kathy: Isaac also never invite.. hahaha.. didnt know he stays around there.. so when going to Penang.. take me along? :)

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  5. aiyoh, the mua chee looks so nice lah!! generous sprinkles of the ground peanuts.. so long i have not had this already~~

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  6. I'm sure, you had a good time together...

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  7. Penang laksa taste different from Kuching Laksa, and KK laksa..but I like all of them. Not just salivating but also will sweat after eating this spicy laksa. haaa..

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  8. that mua chee was indeed nutty

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  9. Looks like such a fun day! Here, we do not have these stalls! We do have hot dog carts and little food carts in New York City, but that is the closest to what you have.

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  10. long time have not try the asam laksa..

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  11. Laughing at STP's comment..lar sum chiak lar sum pui.[Hokkien].*dirty eat dirty fat* haha.

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  12. sk: me too..till that day!


    windup: yes, we did.. thanks!


    wenn: mine too! :)


    mecoy: full of nuts.. hahaha..


    ginny: over here, only in selected states..


    sp: I think Penang and Ipoh have different style of making .. more sourish in IPoh..

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  13. Rarely eat there though stayed in Penang for almost 2 decades. Love Kedah laksa as the noodles are not the same.

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  14. Are you able to find parking place there? How many rounds you gotta take to find one?

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  15. Oh thank God when reached there, a parking was available just after the stalls! So nice

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  16. The laksa at this stall is really good. And it have a lot of sardines in the soup...

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  17. andrew: not too bad.. next time i wanna try another stall..

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