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Tiger Char Koay Teow | Penang

On Day 2 of our Penang makan trip, we had an early breakfast of CKT at Tiger Char Koay Teow, which was located in Ping Hooi Cafe on Carnarvon Street. They opened for business at 7.30am but only operated for about 6 hours. So if you want to include Tiger Char Koay Teow in your […]

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ChinaHouse Penang – Longest Cafe with a Riveting Selection of Cakes

Our last food stop on Day One. Ending the night on a sweet note. We visited ChinaHouse which claimed to be the longest cafe in Penang. ChinaHouse is a traditional compound that spans three heritage buildings, linked by an open-air courtyard. Its various spaces offer multifaceted experiences comprising shops, cafes, restaurants, an art gallery, a […]

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Fat Po – Serving Up Innovative Western-Asian Fusion Dishes

After a long hike along the North Eastern Riverine Loop, we ended up at the Punggol East Container Park. The last time we came here, it was still pre-COVID times. I recalled meeting PM Lee & his wife who were also there taking a walk together with their entourage. Hubby and I then went to […]

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Kimberley Street Night Market | Penang

Day 1 in Penang. Our food journey continues to our 4th stop of the day. And this time, it would be street food at Kimberley Street Night Market. Every evening around 5pm, Lebuh Kimberley would be turned into a vibrant food street with pushcart hawkers lining up along the street. Kimberley Street Night Market is […]

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Ming Xiang Tai Pastry Shop (名香泰饼家) | Penang

After a very satisfying lunch at Joo Hooi Cafe where we tucked into some local favourites, we popped over to Ming Xiang Tai Pastry Shop which was just next door. Day 1 – Round 3, here we come! This Ming Xiang Tai outlet on Penang Road really oozes an old school charm. The shop front […]

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Joo Hooi Cafe (愉園茶室) | Penang

If you’ve been to Penang before, you’ve probably tried Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul @ Lebuh Keng Kwee. It’s the most well-known chendol in Penang. Their chendol is one of the top things that I miss the most after each trip to Penang. Even though they have outlets in Johor Bahru, the taste isn’t the […]

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Tuai Pui Curry Mee (大肥咖喱面) | Penang

We are off to Penang for a week’s worth of non-stop eating action! ✈️ Woohoo! If you’ve been following my blog, you probably would have read my previous posts on Penang, which is one of my favourite places to visit in Malaysia. Besides cafe-hopping, enjoying local eats and getting snapshots of street art, there are […]

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Mama Huluruk | Korean Chinese Restaurant in Punggol

In my previous post, I had shared about the Korean mini buns I bought from the bakery at Mama Huluruk. They fell short of my expectations, unfortunately. But I was still glad to have lunch at Mama Huluruk as I liked the food. And I wouldn’t mind coming back again whenever I have cravings for […]

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50年 Taste of Tradition – Best Portuguese Egg Tarts in Singapore

I never had the chance to try the Portuguese egg tarts from 50年 Taste of Tradition earlier as I always turned up at an outlet at a wrong timing. Either the egg tarts were sold out because people ahead had packed dozens to go or that the tarts were still baking in the oven and […]

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