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agnes sim

nice photos. Thanks for sharing! ;-)


That koay chiap place in Kimberley St served the most perfect bowl of rice noodles & offal I've ever had in my life. I tried a bowl during a holiday in Penang more than 10 years ago, but the memory of that dish still stayed with me till now!


REstaurant looks a bit dirty to me, just sayin'.


was just in Penang on holiday, the food there was fantastic! love your photographs.

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Nice post. This post is different from what I read on most blog. And it have so many valuable things to learn. Thank you for your sharing!


Its been awhile since I last came here and I love reading through your posts. It's just like being there with you. I can almost feel the heat rising from that photo :)Keep em coming!

Steven Goh

I've tried the koay chiap before as it is one of the utimate in Penang. Where else the Chew Kee stir-fries I haven't try before. Will going to try that out next week :)


Gurney Drive is more tourist friendly, but the food sold there does not even compare to real delicious Penang gourmet that is sold at smaller and lesser attractive hawker stands.

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