I love the texture of the perfectly fried fish–the flesh is tender, soft, and spicy too. I can just have it with white rice.
We went to Passions of Kerala for lunch and decided to shoot a video!
I like it .. the noodles serve here is tasty and price is reasonable too !
Curry Mee It is hard to find very nice curry mee during late night and this is the stall that give you the top flavour. Love the mild sweet coconut broth and the best is their special cook chili paste, which is one of the most important ingredient for the noodle. However this stall is getting more expensive too
The long awaited dry steamboat with mud crab. RM88 for 2 mud crab in the dry steamboat while the white color soup is radish duck soup RM58. Refillable soup! So is the dry steamboat really good? YES, it is really really good. Crab are extremely fresh and fully absorb chili fragrance, we thought the spicy taste will overpower the crab sweetness but we are wrong, the crab still taste sweet and delicious. So how to eat dry steamboat? Well, they recommend us to finish all crab then they will pour water and we start eat soup steamboat as usual. The soup really taste good, spicy but flavorful.
红辣椒火锅无论店内还是店外都充满中国风而且有种古色古香的韵味 就连店内外籍人士员工，都穿得好像古时候的家丁，让我突然想到周星驰的唐伯虎点秋香 而本地员工（还是老板）都穿着比较中国风的传统服装
It has been long long time since I last came to this coffee shop and I think the last round I came here was bout 12 years ago, during college time. Used to come
Hawker food features prominently in the culinary culture in the state of Penang. Located along Lorong Kuching right off the ever bustling Burmah Road, this
Recommended orders are Penang style Curry Mee, Duck Koay Chiap, Hokkien Prawn Mee, Fried Pancakes and Egg Apoms. Nice to have so many good hawker dishes all located under one roof….Thumbs up!
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If you think Hot Pot would be heaty, greasy and full with Monosodium-Glutamate (MSG), you need to pay a visit to Flavor Food. The modest and rather invisible Hot Pot restaurant is a new addition to Pulau Tikus, well-tucked in one of the shop houses on the bustling Burmah Road (right next to Union Primary School). Flavor Food believes in extracting the natural wholesomeness of the ingredients and bold seasonings will not be seen here. Most ingredients are home-made and they are not a big supporter over processed food either. The fully air-conditioned restaurant has a chic but cozy atmosphere, most suitable for family occasion or casual dining. The observant would notice their sleek stone pot, specially designed to suit the theme. A Hot Pot restaurant with heavy Cantonese-roots it seems; but as far as quality and service are concerned, I'd definitely love to revisit.
Overall, the taste of the wan tan mee was unique and the deep fried wan tan tasted crunchy and delicious. The price of the food here was considered reasonable too as the noodle portion and wontons were larger than usual . The drawback is the additional charge of clear soup which is usually complementary in other stalls. It is also not easy to find parking nearby as the road is a main road and parking is not allowed.
Potentially one of the most expensive Wan Ton Mees in Penang, Wan Ton Mee House's comes with a splash of own-developed Egg-gravy to be mixed and eaten with the noodles. On top of that, Wan Ton Mee House's rendition of Wan Ton Mee sees a serving of addictive Pork Lards, crispy Deep Fried Wan Ton/ Dumplings, dressed in a luscious gravy. The texture of the noodles was alright, but they could be more generous with the Chilies. Sambal will only be given upon request, which is a nuisance for chili-lovers like us. All in all, we thought the noodles were of decent-quality; definitely not something that we would want to go all out for it but neither do we against it.
Here's the location.
Old Green House Beng Kee Claypot Bak Kut Teh (明记沙煲肉骨茶) was the top choice for dear and me. Today Dear and me was here again..... Today we found that the Soup was so nice in taste... but after added the soup the taste was became mild..... Overall This stall Bak Kut Teh is a must try !!!
Bah Kut Teh This is our bowl of bah kut teh....... I think hubby ordered most of the things....... such as meat ball, spare ribs, enoki mushroom, mushroom slice, pork innards.............. Half way through the meal, hubby went to order extra meat ball for my gal. And we were filled with hot bowl of soup too..... so imagine that in a rainy day with bah kut teh...... it's just nice..... right?
We like the Hainanese chicken chops here. The chicken cutlet has been sliced into small deboned pieces, then drenched with light brown sauce and served along with a small quantity of green beans, onions and potatoes. Lightly dress the chicken cutlet with some chili sauce for a more rounded taste.
Besides Roti Babi and chicken they also serve pork and fish chop upon request.
The honey barbecued char siew here is almighty in taste. Each piece has a bigger portion of fat meat, then well coated with its signature sauce, rendering the char siew here superb in taste. One will regret if never order the extra char siew plate, as the char siew taste is somehow different compared to those serve with the noodles.
Overall, we did not think the noodles were of very outstanding, possibly better than average but not out of the world good.
We had a few dishes and the one that left us with the deepest impression was the Soy Sauce with Grouper Fish Fillet. Unlike any steamed fish dishes, this particular dish was cooked using low-temperature oil to slowly cook the fish so the texture was silky smooth. The Grouper was fresh and together with the premium Soy Sauce, this dish was addictive
Mala Xiang Guo's rendition for Mala was quite good.... well-spiced backed with sufficient numbness and not overly greasy (though still greasy for us). The whole concoction (with the sauce) did not feel too salty and good enough to eat on its own (though some would prefer to go with white rice).
A new kid on the block, Colonial Kitchen Hainanese Cuisine is one of the latest eateries at Pulau Tikus (opposite Wisma Perkeso). The place serves an unassuming and unabashed Hainanese menu with some classic highlights such as Hainanese Pies, Chicken Chop and Pork Chop etc. It has been receiving positive remarks since its opening. Colonial Kitchen has a simple interior decor, not unnecessary frills but some basic tables and chairs (not even air-conditioner) but this does not stop gourmands from visiting the place; those who are in the know are particularly contented with their home-made Pies. Prices are however, slightly on the higher side.
Traditional Hainanese Chicken Chop RM20 The Hainanese Pork Steak is prepared using imported ribeye, herbs, spices and sweetness of onions. Served with sides of potatoes pieces, carrot and peas, this dish with its tender texture is a proven pleaser.
With near to 10 years of experience in the food & beverage industry, BRFNC Food Services (same management as Blue Reef Fish N Chips) takes over the management of Loke Thye Kee, an iconic heritage building that sits right smack in central Georgetown. The 88 year old building stays as it is, the only change made was the newly rolled out menu. It is a space dedicated to marry history with good food. Loke Thye Kee was once famed as one of the first established Hainanese restaurants in Georgetown in the olden days; with that in mind, the new management decided to preserve the Hainanese element as well as introducing some Nyonya dishes to the menu. The old school atmosphere is a reminiscent of the past- the interior decoration suggests evocative memories on the Hainanese Kopitiam. The restaurant opens as early as 8:30 am and expect to see an intimate variety of Hainanese Coffee with Toast for breakfast; full-fledged Hainanese-Nyonya menu will be served starting from noon. If you are on the lookout for Pork-Free caterer, Loke Thye Kee provides catering services as well.
Loke Thye Kee building is the place you find yourself passing by every time you drive down Burma Road from Penang Road. A distinctive landmark, this building with a cafe, restaurant and bar has ceased operations for a few months. It has since re-opened under new management – by the people that runs Blue Reef Fish & Chips.
In the good old days, Wan Tan Mee was better known as 'Tok Tok Mee'. My mom told me during her teenage years, the Wan Tan Mee sellers used to knock on their stall when they pushed their carts along the back alley. ( actually ' tok tok ' sound is created by knocking 2 bamboo together ) - thanks Mr. Huat and Wong for the information. The sound created was 'Tok Tok'.
Yang Jia North East Chinese Cuisine at Pulau Tikus is a long-established Chinese restaurant in Penang. We've been passing the place for many times and have no clue about the seemingly curious restaurant could offer. The exterior is convincing but it does not give any idea on what types of food they are serving. Push the doors open and you will find the restaurant in standard Chinese setting but what surprised us was the bible-thick menu... that basically offers everything from appetizers, mains, hot pot, dumplings and sweet treats. Dong Bei, literally means North East... refers to the geographical region in China, simmering stews and dumplings are some of the local delicacies. Similarly, one could expect to see some of these Dong Bei-influenced dishes in Yang Jia North East Chinese Cuisine.
Wholly Cow's signature Gu Bak Koay Teow is exactly how one would expect a bowl of delicious classic Beef Noodles would taste like. The broth was amazing.... with a robust meat flavor. The accompanying Sprouts and Lettuce offered a juicy crunch to the noodles. But the real draw was the home-made Chili dip... with a strong fiery punch. Also, there was not much oil swimming in the broth so I guess that's a plus for me
The classic but sturdy combination of Roasted Meat with Egg Noodles would never go out of fashion. For a family with Cantonese-root, we do have a soft spot for these Cantonese delicacies. We did not hesitate to try them out- Jin Ding Restaurant at Burmah Road, an extended branch from HK Gourmet Kitchen at Bukit Jambul. The aforementioned restaurant specializes in serving Roasted goodies- Roasted Pork, Roasted Duck, Chicken and Barbecue Pork. Though the menu is predictable but the quality is above the average standard.