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Humble Beginnings In Straits Quay, Penang

Andy suggested going to Humble Beginnings Mille Crepe in Straits Quay for the crepes, knowing yours truly simply loves desserts... Yes, he recommended only but his elder brother has to pay for them.. this is how it goes in my family... hahaha...
We ordered not one but three of different flavours...
These were our after-lunch desserts... 
excluding the dark glasses, that was for props only...
My nephew was most happy...
Meeting up with Charlie, Snoopy and the gang...
His first time here and he seems to be fascinated...
Let's be friends!
Hi Snoopy!!
Something's good is going to happen in Straits Quay... 

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  1. The original chef from the famous Malacca one, left after disagreement with the boss - now opening his own at a number of places. Nice or not? As nice as Noodle House? More expensive, that's for sure - Penang city mah, people all very rich.

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    1. oh you mean the Najela or something like that? Noodle House, I have not been before.. crepe is around 10rm I think.. I didnt pay so I am not so sure. :)

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    2. You have been to Noodle House here in Sibu...and you've tried their mille crepe. See, so long ago already and you've forgotten. Time to come again!!!

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  2. Doesn't look nice & neat and well-laid out, I see... Must be the subordinates doing it - yet to master the art of doing it well.

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    1. You mean the crepe? I also never really admire it.. hahaha...

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  3. Andy recommended, eldest son pay and mummy enjoy, hahaha!!!..Your nephew,...on diet?? so slim now.

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    1. Oh, you still recognize him? He has grow "longer" and not wider anymore.. hahaha...

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    2. Luckily he is shooting upwards and not expanding side ways.

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  4. Did you try their Peanut Butter Crepe? It's the only flavor that's good to me sadly....

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    1. YeS!! We tried that too... and durian... not too bad.. but I surely cannot finish one whole piece..

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  5. oh, rupa-rupanya this Charlie and Snoopy and friends are in this place!! i've seen friends posting this on FB before.. now i know.. and the elder brother is such a kind man!! he lets the brother suggests, and pay for everyone to enjoy the food~~ thumbs up!!

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  6. yum yum!! Mille crepe cakes are nice! Always amazed at how painstaking it must have been to bake them, layer by layer...

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  7. I like Mille Crepe cake the first time I tasted in Melaka. I have not tried any in Singapore because they are too expensive. :)

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    1. Over here it is around RM10 a piece.. moderately...

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  8. I've had Humble Beginnings from Klang Valley a few times (office birthdays) but I sorta prefer the Nadeje Melaka one although they got a lot of good reviews...just personal taste, I guess.

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    1. Oh, I haven't tasted Nadeje yet... hope one day I could and then I can compare...

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  9. I like this better than Nadeje that has a branch in PJ now.

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  10. Hey he behaves like me!!! I would always pose with the posters in the malls too but I seldom post them in my blogs! Finally I would be home to Penang during CNY after getting jealous with your multiple makan trips there!!

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