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Food Delights In Penang Island

Somehow we always go back to the same stalls over and over again while we are in Penang...  and we decided that we must not do that anymore next time... we must try other stalls which we have not been to the next time.  Of course we should do some "food homework" before we go to Penang again otherwise we would end up going to the same stalls again ... and again....

Here we were at Kimberley Street again the other day.... I was actually quite full that evening and we just took a bit of this and that... not much of food varieties and not too much to my liking as well.  Blame it on my slow indigestion!
Aaron ordered some braised duck meat ... or was it chicken....? 
This is "koay chap" without the innards..
The fried koay teow was something not expected by Reanaclaire...
The dessert... "everything got" is the name....
The next morning we went to the market called 7th Street Market...
We had duck meat Koay Teow Th'ng....
We bought RM10 of roasted pork to go with the noodles...
This is the stall we have the duck meat....
 From the 7th Street Market, we adjourned to Gottlieb Street for Laksa!
We had these too...
By then my tummy was really FULL!
The morning before we left for Ipoh, we had Koay Teow Th'ng again..
This time in Hutton Lane.... 
For sidekicks!
That ended the part of hawker food in Penang..... 
We drove home after our two nights stay ... 
And... yes, we will be back in Penang again.... soon...
Very Soon!


Comments

  1. The koay chiap is ridiculously expensive right now! One round at kimberley street for three, no less than Rm40....

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    1. Yes I agree with u... Next time will try other places..

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  2. My eyes are on the Koay Teow Th'ng, dumplings and of course Laksa - my all time favourite!
    The fried koay teow too oily....I like the dessert and also the yau chow kuai....

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  3. yummmzzz....the koay teow th'ng looks good...alot of 'lieu" inside...must be very flavorful!

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  4. Call me jakun but I've never eaten kuey chap before. Heard of them before in Ho Chak show.. My favourite is the kuey teow thn'g but where's the duck blood? I love it with duck blood, yummzzz...

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  5. Eh? Those roast pork... seems to have shrunk? I have not been to 7th Street for quite some time, I don't remember the roast pork are so tiny..

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    1. I prefer them to be cut up tiny...easier to eat more...lol.

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  6. Wah you guys had so much food!! Drooling liao~

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  7. Koay Chap I like! With your two sons with you, you can eat a bit of this and a bit of that and they will kau time the rest, no problem, right? :)

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  8. OMG!! that SIEW YOKE!! aiyoh, looks so so so delicious!! crispy skin and also more lean meat, this is the type of siew yoke i love most!!! and the other food, tsk tsk tsk, you are such an evil making me so hungry at night!! boohoo~~~

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    1. So did yiou have a late supper after that? Hahaha...

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  9. It all looks good! Are those pot stickers? Yum. Also how cool, the duck meat has a duck egg on the side! I have never tasted duck meat, but I do feed the ducks around here! Some come into our yard and are almost like pets.

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    1. Oh dear, yiu made me feel very guilty now... :(

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  10. Bring to Penang when I come back in Dec , ok?

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  11. Penang, the heaven of food. All looks good except that the fried kway teow is too oily.

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    1. Hope they will reduce the oil ... Koay teow itself is oily...

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  12. Oooo...LIKE>>>LIKE>>>LIKE!!! Never been to this one, but I love them all. Yum! Yummmmm!!!!!

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  13. My eyes are looking at the asam laksa..hahah. So 'kaw' broth.

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  14. Must gained extra weight after all those food! ^^

    It has been more than 15 years since I stepped into Penang.

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    1. Hope younwill go one day and savour all the food there....

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  15. Can I comment genericly ...oh wah sedap? Aiyo...if i vett through all the photos and paragraph i drooling to max jor. tuymmy growling jor....so nice leh....

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    1. If you say nice..then we must go one day... wan ah?

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  16. Asam laksa! That one I love a lot. Must have "hae koh" baru ada kick. Penang is another place besides Ipoh to go and makan..makan...makan... LOL!

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  17. When I see your Penang posts, I feel so homesick lah!! Thanks for eating on my behalf and help the Penang's economy. Why won't you migrate to Penang for retirement???

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