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Evergreen In Hutton Lane, Penang

Last minute I followed my friend to Penang, she came to pick me up at 10am and together we started off our journey up north... It was a slow drive, my friend never exceed 100km.. hahahaa.. I asked her why she drove at a steady speed and her answer was that she does not like to stress herself driving at a high speed. True, true...if I drive fast, my heart will beat faster too!  :)

Reaching Penang around noon, I was told that it was a public holiday yesterday... no jam cos it was not a working day... nice smooth drive for our lunch to my favourite Evergreen shop along Hutton Lane...
  Slower drive here along the one way street...
Gave me time to take some pictures along the way....

Heard that there is some project here in this vicinity?
hmmm.. not too sure about that... hearsay hearsay...
Heritage houses along the way... 
And soon we reached Evergreen for our lunch....
My big bowl of Koay Teow Thng with everything in!
Within few minutes, this bowl of noodles is safely tucked into my tummy!
Next.... to another favourite stall .....
Guess what I'm heading for next.....!



Comments

  1. I like that row of heritage houses. Wow, 2 bowls at one go. Good appetite, eh. Guess you must have missed your breakfast in the morning, that is how you can tuck 2 bowls in your tummy. Enjoy your trip & food marathon.

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    1. I don't think Claire ate two bowls at one go. I think one bowl of ktt only.

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    2. Yes, Claire has good appetite by then.. so hungry but she didn't eat two bowls of KTT at one go! hahahahaa.. MUN, you really understand me very well...But I did take one more bowl within an hour.. it is not KTT but Laksa! :)

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  2. Wahhhh! So this is the firdt of many series of makaning in Penang? ;)

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    1. Not bad... Ipoh doesn't have this type of KTT...

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  4. When I am back ...bring me to Penang ah?

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  5. Nice! I hope to go to Penang soon and all I want to do is eat!

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    1. Yes, yes... that is one of the reasons of traveling.. :)

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  6. Haha, I guess you went to Penang this weekend. So is assam laksa next?

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    1. As I said, you understand me too well already.. hahahaa...

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  7. wah, no wonder everytime you go Penang you sure wanna tuck in as many bowls of Koay Teow Th'ng as possible lah.. haha!! looks good, surely warm up the stomach for the next roundsssssssssssss~~ :p

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    1. Betul, Ken! And I passed by the laksa stall under the tree this morning!

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  9. 100 slow? Oh me oh my! I go 40, fastest is 60.

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  10. Wah, never exceed 100km? Sorry but if for me, I'll sure beh tahan lo! At least stick at 110km, else will feel super slow :p

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    1. A lot of lorries also at this time of the day... so better to drive slow and steady.. :)

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  11. It looks so good! and I see the back of that car with the huge spider on it!!! Wonder why? Not pretty.

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  12. Merayap again ahh.. Wah all your friends also kaki rayap wor, ad hoc or suddenly reach your door step and say go where go where.. Nice!

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    1. When you reach my age, I am sure you will also merayap... everywhere.. hahaha..

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  13. Evergreen, Hutton Lane? Where izzit? So New World Park going places huh.

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    1. Hearsay.. not sure true or not.. so better go there few more times before it goes off...

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  14. You really love Penang so much!!! If you love their food so much, then you will like Penang's bloggers too. Ahem! Ahem!

    I must tell Lim Guan Eng to give you a gold medal for rising their economic level. LOL

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    1. Remember to tell him next time when you see him eh... hehehe... Penang is near to Ipoh ma... and secondly, I won't be able to get lost in an island.. but put me in KL alone, I will PANIC!!

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  15. True also!! When I was driving very fast, I felt so stress, nervous and my hand will be full of sweat...but on the other hand I wish to reach fast..>.<!

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  16. I would love to jalan-jalan cari makan in Pg!

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