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Final Round At Taman Emas Famous Laksa, Penang

LEAVE THE BEST FOR LAST...

Our third and final roundup of our one day trip in Penang was stationed at Taman Emas coffeeshop along Jalan Gottlieb.  But we did not take this straightaway after our Char Koay Teow, we went to Times Square to have an hour walk-away calories before our final round of Laksa to end our day's trip.  Carrying our full stomach, we made our way back to Ipoh and reached home around 6 in the evening.  Yes, we had dinner in Ipoh before we called it a day... something simple and spicy, just a piece of Capati dipped with curry and Durians!!  LOL...
This is called The Laksa.... 
Something not so spicy and sourish... 
Tried out two pieces of dumplings.... 
And our one day trip ended with these beautiful authentic food from Penang!



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  1. Famous? I only heard of the Air Itam one. Went all the way, one look at the place and the laksa...and I changed my mind about trying. :D

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  2. Hi Claire, good to see you again! This meal looks so warm and comforting.

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  3. Saya dari indonesia, senang berkunjung diblog anda salam dari saya.
    Ahmad Kurniawan Siddik

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  4. That famous? Never taste such laksa before.

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  5. Is this the best in Penang? Ha😃 3 meals in one go.

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  6. Thanks for introducing this laksa to me! I love it! So delicious! Now craving for it again! Lol!

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  7. 3 meals in penang for a day trip. That is an achievement!

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