Archive for the ‘Hawker foods’ Category

Tell you what’s good to eat at Tanjong Tokong food court

The place has no funny Chinese name but just mere ‘Tanjung Tokong’. It is located after Metrojaya, next to Petronas at Jalan Tanjung Tokong. So, if you are a tourist staying in the Tanjung Bungah area and aren’t sure how to hunt for foods in town, you can get most of the foods here at […]

Pulau Tikus wet market hawkers

I like to drop by the Pulau Tikus wet market for breakfast when I do my marketing there. There are several coffee shops nearby but they are usually very crowded. So, I like the little corner hidden at the back of the wet market because there are less people jostling for a table or people […]

I call it the ‘Lim Guan Eng’ koay teow thng

This coffee shop has photos of the Chief Minister all over their walls. Left wall, right wall, front and back. So, you can’t help but wonder if those photos actually help to sell more bowls of koay teow? The owner obviously loves to promote their koay teow using politicians photos. There are several DAP Exco […]

The hottest porridge on a wet, rainy night – Ho Ping pork porridge

It was a cold rainy night. It has rained the whole day and somehow, you feel your soul missing it’s sunshine. I am lucky I don’t live in a country where they have 3 months of winter or I am one of those who will die of depression. Just one or two days and I […]

The many types of Penang Koay Teow Th’ng

I have visited all the states in the Peninsula Malaysia and had also traveled to Sabah and Sarawak. Never have I come across any koay teow th’ng like those we have in Penang. Sure, there are some really delicious koay teow like the famous Ipoh koay teow which has a very rich soup made of […]