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Penang Food Trail By Three Sisters

PENANG... HERE WE ARE!!

Michelle wanted to try all the local food in Penang... how much space do we need to tuck in all the food?  LOL...

Started our journey without taking breakfast in Ipoh and reached Penang just in time for that.  Reaching around 11am, we drove to our first venue at Penang Road where we had these food below before checking in to our hotel at Anson Road. 
Komtar, here we are again!
And on the way to Penang Road... not the most famous food but they are still good!
Penang's fried koay teow... 
Fried Oyster Omelette...
Otak-Otak...
Penang Laksa...
Some snackies... to go with our breakfast... 
Ice Kacang and Cendol... 
Then we adjourned to this place here to quench our thirst...
Hot weather this year!
Our first meal in Penang and before we checked in... 


Comments

  1. See the fried oyster omelette makes me crave for it...

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  2. wah! all the food looks so good that I want to go Penang again soon.

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  4. Wahhhh!!! Penang again! Sibu, when? You go there to collect your rent or settle your financial matters or what, go so often.

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  5. Drooling at the oyster omelette, slurps!

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  6. Nice food. It is very hot and I don't mind the ais kacang and cendol.

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  7. wah….before check in already 'sapu' so much of the must-have Penang food!

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  8. Drooling over all the yummy Penang food! When are we going for another foodie trip?

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