Posts Tagged with "Penang Hawker Food"

Fried Laksa @ Yan Yam Cafe, Siam Road, Penang

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

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Fried Laksa @ Yan Yam Cafe, Siam Road, Penang

Recently, we discovered a shop in town with its bright red banner stating that it sold FRIED LAKSA! Our interests were piqued immediately as we wondered how a fried version of the well loved Assam Laksa would fare. Fried Laksa at Yan Yam Cafe, along the bustling Siam Road (its nearer to the traffic light […]

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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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Toh Soon’s Roti Bakar & Kampung Malabar Curry Mee

Saturday, August 23, 2008

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Long ago I heard whispers of this fabulous roti bakar in Campbell Street… but being creatures of habit, I soon forgot about it as I went about old habits, eating at the same ol’ familiar places. Until I was reminded again by PenangTuaPui’s excellent post about Toh Soon’s Roti Bakar. This time, I told myself, […]

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Pulau Tikus Laksa & Char Koay Teow

Sunday, June 22, 2008

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Apologies for the lack of updates lately. Some things going on personally, good things I would say. 🙂 And also travelling quite a bit for work. So here’s something short and sweet and old school… good ol’ Penang hawker food. 🙂 One of my favourite places to go to for lunch in Pulau Tikus is […]

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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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Goh Thew Chik Hainan Chicken Rice

Thursday, April 17, 2008

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Ah the good ol’ chicken rice… a staple of our Malaysian diet, unhealthy as it may seem (oily but oh so fragrant rice and all). I’m sure each of us would have our very own favourite chicken rice stall. And one of my favourites would definitely have to be… Goh Thew Chik Hainan Chicken Rice […]

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Green House Hokkien Mee @ Burmah Road

Friday, October 5, 2007

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Its been quite a while since I posted anything on Penang Hawker Food. And going through my archive of photos, I noticed that I had left out a very popular type hawker food loved by many – the Penang Hokkien Mee. Now, many will argue about where the best Hokkien Mee in Penang can be […]

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Tua Pui Curry Mee & O Kio @ Weld Quay

Thursday, June 14, 2007

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One of my favourite Curry Mee stalls in Penang is located along Weld Quay just outside the stall owner’s house. If you are travelling with the jetty on your left, Tua Pui (hokkien for ‘fat’) Curry Mee stall is further down from the jetty, after the Shell station, on the opposite side of the road. […]

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Lorong Selamat Char Koay Teow

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

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Char Koay Teow is definitely one of the must eats when one visits Penang. And Penang is blessed with many places that serve really good Char Koay Teow, one of them being the famous (or rather ‘infamous’) Lorong Selamat Char Koay Teow. This place seems to be very popular amongst tourists. And sometimes I wonder […]

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