Regular readers of this blog would know that I have a love affair of sorts with pan mee (no wait, wasn’t it chocolates and desserts?! Well… I guess you can add pan mee to the list :P) A long time ago (way back in 2007) I naively proclaimed that this stall had the best pan… Continue reading I Mum Mum Pan Mee – Simply Mouth Watering!
One of my favourite snacks would definitely be ‘bak zhang’ or glutinuous rice dumplings stuffed with pork wrapped with lotus leaves. Traditionally eaten during the Chinese festival “Duan Wu Jie“, this delicious savoury dumpling is also being sold throughout the year. My usual haunt for this snack would be at this stall off Burmah Road,… Continue reading Glutinuous Rice Dumplings (Bak Zhang) @ Tavoy Road, Penang
When Matt asked me recently what I felt like for lunch, I immediately said “chee cheong fun! with Yong tau foo!” I haven’t had good yong tau foo in ages and I was also craving for some chee cheong fun KL style – sweet beanpaste sauce (‘tim cheong’) and all! And so Matt took over… Continue reading Yap Hup Kee Hakka Yong Tau Foo @ Pudu, KL
The popiah in Padang Brown is perhaps one of the best popiahs in Penang. And it has been rather blogged to death. But I just couldn’t resist doing a post on this. Mainly because the photos are amazing! (step by step photos on making the popiah!) Lest you think that my photography skills have suddenly… Continue reading Padang Brown Popiah
I must admit that I’m not a big fan of Chee Cheong Fun (rice sheet rolls) unless, the Chee Cheong Fun is from the stall at Macalister Lane. I can’t help it, I’m picky when it comes to my Chee Cheong Fun because, in my humble opinion, not everyone can make a yummy-licious plate of… Continue reading Chee Cheong Fun @ Macalister Lane