You know it’s kind of frustrating when you need to eat something yet you do not know what to have, and if you have the money of course, you will lavishly spend on it, otherwise, you will be thinking what to eat, what to eat.
Anyway, we were running out of idea what to have for breakfast one of the weekends, and also wonder where to go for breakfast, or where to have breakfast which is nearer to the destination where you need to run some errands. And you know why were we so particular on that, reason is very simple,… that’s due to fuel hike which we both don’t want to travel unnecessary.
If this happened to those days, we’ll have breakfast in one end and run errands on the other end of the island. Well, those lavish and luxury days no more exist, anymore.
Well, let’s not bog down by these negativities that will spoil our appetite.
Those living in Georgetown (which recently has inscribed into the UNESCO World Heritage list) will know this stall used to be in Kimberly Street. And I heard they also have another stall which operates at night in Farlim one of the resident area too.
Anyway, this stall is located at the end of Carnavon Street, and it’s actually located in one of the shop which is triangle in shape. This shop used to be wholesale cutleries and plates, but now has turned into a coffee shop. To be more specific, this stall is located opposite the police station and diagonal opposite a wet market.
Ok, now back to the main attraction – Koay Teow Th’ng.
Look at the bowl of Koay Teow Th’ng, didn’t it get you drooling over and bite it and get it swallow?? Hehehehe… that’s very bad of me, huh?
Anyway, we waited almost an hour just to have a bowl of this. Cuz, I can tell you their customers base is really huge and I could see many level of people patronize this place for breakfast, even a white collar, blue collar, uncles, aunties and etc.
It’s hard to find any stalls right now that give intestines. And when you’re there, you wouldn’t care about cholesterol. Most important is to fill up the stomach!!