Archive for the 'Mesmerizing Penang' Category

19
Mar

Northam Hotel

8 September 2007
Thus far, of all the hotels stayed in, Red Rock Hotel, Sunway Hotel, Gurney Hotel, Cititel, Trader’s Hotel, Northam Suites are still the best. At the time of staying, the total cost was RM220 inclusive internet access. Currently, from February until 15 May 2008, there is a special offer for Citibank card members […]

10
Mar

Ice Kacang & Chendul @ off Penang Road. Yummy!

20 December 2007
This is an all time favourite as long as I can remember, Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul. As seen from the photo, these 2 rival stalls has been there for ages & always if the right stall is too packed, sometimes the patrons would not bother waiting & just go opposite to the […]

08
Mar

ice kacang @ Lorong Selamat tourist place

15 December 2007
After much publicity from some people & bloggers about Lorong Selamat, I decided to give the place a try. Is not the actual sisters fried kuey teow shop but the one 2 shops down the road from it. After all the hearsay about having to lineup & wait a long time for the […]

08
Mar

Burma Road coffee shop next to New World

14 December 2007
This coffee shop was discovered along Burma Road (Jalan Burma), next to  New World Hawker centre & Swatow Lane Ice Kacang. As usual, reason for choosing this place was plain & simple, saw many people patronising it. This shop really reminds us of the good old coffe shop days with simple furniture like […]

25
Jan

Endless Varieties of Fruit Juice @ Chulia Street, Georgetown

29 Nov 2007

By looking at the stall from afar, it looks very ordinary.
However, when you observe it closely, you will be amazed by the wide variety of fresh & value for money fruits that they serve! Besides tropical fruits like dragon fruit, soursoup, jambu air/Rose Apple/Water Apple (Eugenia aquea), water crest, little mango (Tang Chai Mong in cantonese), honeydew, banana and etc, they also […]

25
Jan

Fried oyster & lobak @ Lebuh Kimberly

30 November 2007
This is by far the best fried egg with oyster or fried oyster or fried oyster omelette or in hokkien, owh chien, ever found in Penang. Its starchiness and crispiness if just nice and the oysters are just rightly cooked, neither too raw nor too cooked. Each plate ranges from RM6 to RM10. […]

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