Posts Tagged with "Kopitiam"

Yummy Chinese Pancakes @ Church Street, Penang

Thursday, June 25, 2009

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Regular readers of this blog will remember this post back in 2007 when I blogged about one of my favourite foods in Penang – the unique and yummy chinese pancakes. I was introduced to this delightful snack by my dad which originally sold in a coffee shop off Beach Street (next to Maybank and Standard […]

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Wickedly Good Weekend Chee Cheong Chok @ China Street

Monday, May 25, 2009

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Out of the blue, dad suddenly suggested that we go for porridge with ‘siew yoke’ and ‘char siew’. The mere mention of those words conjured up images of fatty slices of roasted pork goodness. So I said ‘let’s go! what are we waiting for?!’ He told us it was at China Street. And it was […]

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Johnny’s Nasi Lemak – A Truly Unique Treat!

Friday, February 27, 2009

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Nasi Lemak is indeed one of the best loved staple foods in Malaysia. Various versions are available, from the simplest form (those RM1 per packet nasi lemaks) to the more elaborate types where you can pick and choose your dishes to go with the rice. One of the most unique nasi lemaks I’ve come across […]

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Indian Dessert: Putu Mayong & Putu Piring @ Pulau Tikus

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

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Putu Mayong and Putu Piring have been a family favourite since I was young. I was first introduced to it by grandpa who is definitely a lover of these simple yet delicious Indian dessert. Made up of rice flour and then steamed, these are then eaten with a mix of dessicated coconut and brown sugar. […]

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“Wine & Dine” Weekend Buffet Dinner @ Sarkies Corner, E & O Hotel

Friday, December 12, 2008

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A few weeks ago I was invited for a wine and dine session at Sarkies Corner in Eastern & Oriental Hotel. My eyes immediately lit up at the invite for it has been quite some time since I dined there. From my past experiences at this place, I knew I was in for a treat […]

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The Hokkien Mee Chronicles – Part 2 (Pulau Tikus Balai Hokkien Mee)

Thursday, September 4, 2008

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Apologies for my lack of updates and disappearance from the blogosphere of late. The past week and the coming few weeks would be a whirlwind of activity as I pack in work, a short work trip, being a bridesmaid, organizing a bridal shower, catching up with friends who’re back from overseas, taking some friends out […]

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The Hokkien Mee Chronicles – Part 1 (Super Hokkien Mee)

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

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I read that Babe in the City is organizing a Mee and My Malaysia ‘open house’ this year in conjunction with Merdeka Day for food bloggers… but since I don’t really cook (prefer to bake) and I happen to be consuming a lot of Hokkien Mee lately, I thought I’d do the next best thing. […]

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Unique Pork Satay @ Bangkok Lane

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

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‘Satay‘ is probably one of the best loved snacks in Malaysia and Asia even, with each country having their own special way of making satay. Tucked away in Bangkok Lane in Pulau Tikus, Penang, is an eccentric uncle hawking his unique pork satay (currently priced at RM0.50 per stick, used to be only 40cents a […]

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Breakfast @ Pulau Tikus

Sunday, April 13, 2008

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One of my favourite places to go to for Sunday morning breakfast is Pulau Tikus market area. Traffic and parking around that area can be quite a bit of a hassle since this area is usually jammed packed in the mornings. But every once in a while, I do not mind braving the marketing crowd, […]

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Mee CRC @ Larut Cafe

Monday, January 14, 2008

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At the corner of Larut Road and Bawasah Road lies a little kopitiam that normally wouldn’t catch one’s eye. But you shouldn’t dismiss this quiet old kopitiam several doors away from Dorsett Hotel (ex Sheraton Hotel), because it is where you can find the very unique Mee CRC. They serve 2 types of mee here […]

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