Showing posts from May, 2013

Famous Teochew Cendol @ Lebuh Keng Kwee Penang

People always say Penang is famous of its cendol, a cold drink consists of green pandan-flavored noodles (a.k.a. cendol), red beans served with shaved ais, gula Melaka (palm sugar) and coconut milk. I believe when people said this, most of the time they are referring to this stall, the one located at Lebuh Keng Kwee, an alleyway at Jalan Penang who called themselves as "Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul".

When you walked into Lebuh Keng Kwee from the busy Jalan Penang, you would see 2 stalls selling the similar product. Don't get confused, the one on the right would be the authentic one. If you still not sure, you can always find the one with the logo as shown in the photo below, or look for the stall with Phua Chu Kang's photo taken with the stall's owner

Address: 475, Jalan Penang,
10000 Pulau Pinang (outside Joo Hooi Cafe) Business Hour: 10.00am - 7.30pm Close: Open daily except if rains heavily GPS Coordinates : 5.41745,100.331083

View Larger Map

Ais Tingkap @ Jalan Tamil,Penang Chowrasta Market

In Penang, if we talk about desserts at Penang Road the attention  will be automatically diverted to the Teow Chew Cendol. There are something which not many people knows and located just a few blocks away. The cold drink which I mention is known as Ais Tingkap.

A Glass Of Ais Tingkap RM1.50

The whole glass of drink may look like an ordinary rose syrup filled with shaved ice and coconut meat...

The whole glass got more basil seeds,coconut water,rose essence and a spray of secret juice which consist of more than 20 ingredients inside. 

Ais Tingkap (Window Sherbet)
Lebuh Tamil/Tamil Street, Penang. GPS Coordinates: N5 25.066 E100 19.884 Open daily 12pm to 8pm  (Closed on Sundays)

View Larger Map

Anjung Gurney @ Gurney Drive

Along Gurney Drive in Penang, lot a food court that is famous for all the hawker food, previously sold by the seafront promenade...

After the renovations in 2006, Anjung Gurney Hawker Centre is today, the best place to taste all the famous Malaysian hawker fares.
This open air food court is almost toward the end of Gurney Drive. Most stall starts around 6pm and crowd will start pouring in around 6:30pm.

Gurney Famous fried stuff in anjung gurney foodcourt,they have alot selection of food to fried...

the food is like normal fried stuff,is the sauce that diferent taste than others ...

the fried sotong(squid) was nice bcoz of the flour they use...

and i wont miss my most favourite food-Fried Chicken Skin...

As old folks says,dont eat too much of Fried Chicken Skin ,is not good for health but dont worry i seldom eat this kind of food...and it still my favourite..haha


Grill Fish

You see how solid is the colour after they grill this fish....


Penang Popiah

The Ship @ Batu Ferringhi Penang

The other day in Penang, me and gang go to Batu Ferringhi,when we decided to crash at The Ship for a Dinner,The unique thing about The Ship in Penang was the fact that the restaurant was housed in this rather huge ship unlike its other outlets in Malaysia.

Upon entering The Ship, I was pretty impressed with the decor and effort put in place to make it look like we are entering a "real" ship with the wooden settings, and round windows.

bun as their main course for us
Chicken Maryland @ RM22.90

Deep fried southern style chicken,together
with sausage, fried banana, corn on cob, that is served with fries and vegetables.

The waitter and waittress were trainees though,it was a good dining experience especially on the ambiance...

New Zealand Grill Premium Lamb Steak


Seafood Au Gratin @ RM27.90

a mixture of Seafoods that bake with Cheese & Eggs, Baked Potato and Salad


Charlie Brown Cafe @ Straits Quay, Penang

-Are you a fan of Charlie Brown comic? What about Snoopy? If you are a fan of Charlie Brown comics, you will love the newly opened at Straits Quay. Its interior decoration has everything from lights, table tops to wallpapers and most importantly they sell souvenirs of Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the gang.
I know that Charlie Brown Cafe (查里布朗咖啡馆)has become a hot topic in the town now. Located at Straits Quay, this outlet is the first of Charlie Brown Cafe in Malaysia. Surprisingly they open the first Peanuts theme cafe in Penang but not in KL. The other outlets that I know are location in Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore and China.

First of all, ordering is self service here but the food and drinks will be delivered to your table.


The cutest cheese cake you will ever see – Espresso Cheese Cake @ RM9.50


Charlie Brown Tiramisu @ RM12

Luckily the drinks are not too bad and they look really nice too.

Each cu…