Showing posts from February, 2010

CY Choy Road Hokkien Mee 橋頭正宗福建麵

Apparently this is one of the authentic Hokkien Mee in Penang and it’s located at the end of CY Choy Road. Before it moved to the shop lot, it was basically underneath a tree, where the traffic light is located. And because of everyone knows this stall by that area, the owner didn’t want to move to any place but stay put there. It was a coincident morning that we both thought of having a bowl of Koay Teow Th’ng for breakfast, but ended up; we both were landed in this place for breakfast. The stall is open from 7am till 5pm, and it’s off every Monday if I remember correctly. It’s operated by a specky uncle whom stand at his stall and ready to take order from his customers. Per bowl is charging RM2-50 for a small bowl, about RM3-50 for a big bowl of Hokkien Mee. Apart from Hokkien Mee, they are selling Loh Mee as well. Well, basically Hokkien Mee & Loh Mee are something has to come together… you just can’t separate them apart. Soup base was slightly clear to me compared to the

Sun Marpoh Restaurant 孖寶海鮮飯店

I have been wanted to write about my family favorite place for a long time… guess this is the right time for this post. Sun Marpoh Restaurant that’s located in Ipoh Garden it’s the place for many neighborhood’s favorite place for lunch or dinner. A place where you could find food that is reasonable and it’s big serving too. I’ve always admire this neighborhood, as even on Chinese New Year eve they are open for business. So that has actually taken off the headache for many people. In fact, they have been here for a very long long time. This is the place where we gathered recently with our relatives and friends for lunch. A simple home cooked food were ordered and served with steam rice. Not to forget a Loh Sang ( 撈生 ) for a start. Each one of us is wishing to have good luck, good fortune and good health. Followed by other dishes… like vegetables, meats, etc served right after the Yee Sang Toasting. Stir Fry Asparagus with assorted mushrooms. Chicken Broth Milk Cabbage ( 奶白上湯 ).

Chin’s Stylish Chinese Cuisine

A Sichuan cuisine in town that not many people is aware of. It’s authentic & original. Chefs are ‘imported’ from Beijing and the restaurant is awarded a few awards as following – The Best Chinese Restaurant in UK by Stores Magazine, New York, USA Best of the Best by Good Life Magazine I am pleased to introduce Chin’s – The Stylish Chinese Cuisine which established in 1987 London UK. The restaurant was voted The Best Restaurant of the Year by What’s on in London & Store Magazine, New York. Restaurant owner Dave Chin’s number 4th restaurant in town was only opened few months ago and was not publicly launched. A brief intro about Dave Chin, owner of QE II, SoHo Country House in Auto City and SoHo Free House in Penang Road. Chin’s is the 4th restaurant that owned by him. A graphic designer by profession, and also run a restaurant in London some time in the 80s and 90s. The in-house deco is nicely done up, cozy and romantic. Chandeliers dangling down from the ceilings a