Basically this whole trip is about food !!
The main purpose of visiting friend have been eventually REPLACED by Eating !!
Even after meeting up with Boon and his friend.
Aunt and uncle drop by the hotel to bring us out for food again.
We finish up our "feast" at 2am, and continue the next day morning around 11am.
Aunt drop by our hotel to pick us up for brunch and this time she will bring us to the most delicious loh mee (a hawker noodle soup of a gooey broth made from tapioca flour and egg)in Penang, according to her..LOlx
|A random picture of the girls !!|
|Penang Road !! Bright afternoon with big sun..|
|The girl waiting for food |
|Loh Mee (Noodle in special braise soup)..|
|Roaster duck and pork *Yummy*|
|We "clean" the dishes !!|
|She is happy and satisfy!!|
|According to aunt, this is the most delicous Loh Mee in Penang..|
|US!! Happy face after the food !!|
After the satisfy brunch, we headed our way to the famous Penang local delight, Ghee Hiang biscuit store.
Ghee Hiang is a heritage over 155 years, and yet it is still famous until now.
Beside the Tau Sar Pneah (green beans/mung beans biscuit), Hneoh Pneah (A flaky wheat pastry containing a sweet filling made from the finest brown sugar, and baked till a perfect light brown colour), Ghee Hiang is also famous with its sesame oil, i could said that is the BEST sesame oil i have ever taste so far!
|The icon of Ghee Hiang.|
|Gift set display in Ghee Hiang's store.|
|Old time bicycle! A deco found in the Ghee Hiang's store.|
After the visiting to Ghee Hiang store. We had plans to meet up Boon and his friend again for another round of food tasting. This time he will bring us to the best Penang Asam Laksa.Asam laksa is a sour, fish-based soup served with either thick rice noodles or thin rice noodles,and topped off with sweet prawn/shrimp paste.
|Sharing the girls for another bowl of ice kacang is a gift under a hot sun!!|
|Asam laksa!! yum yum!|
After Asam Laksa, we spend some times sitting in the store and had some chit chatting, and also to let our stomach to have some rest before we continue with our next destination.