Chee Cheong Fun


Penang is indeed a food heaven. Not only being listed as one of the top places to visit in the world as the food is also highly notable with many foodie around the world.  In this post, I am going to share, what are my 22 street food must eat in Penang 2018 along with another top extinct street food that you should try as I personally felt that is going to extinction.


In Penang we call this Hokkien Mee or KL folks known this as Har Mee.


1. Old Green house,
223, Jalan Burma, 10050, George Town, Penang
8:00pm to 4:00am Closed on Sundays

2. Granny Hokkien Mee
2-G-7, Lengkok Nipah, Taman Lip Sin, 11900, Bayan Lepas, Penang
7am – 9pm

3. Super Hokkien Mee
2, One Corner Café, Jalan Bawasah, 10050, George Town, Penang
7:30am to 10am Closed on Tuesdays

4. New Lane Street Food
Lorong Baru, George Town, 10450 George Town, Pulau
6pm – 11pm

No.2 Char Koey Teow

Ah Leng Ckt (3)

1. Tiger Char Koay Teow @ Kafe Ping Hooi:
181 Lebuh Carnarvon, George Town, 10450 Penang

2. Char Koay Teow @ New Lane (inside Kopitiam) 怡园茶室:
150-152, Jalan Macalister, George Town, 10300 Penang
Operating hours: 5.30pm – 11pm

3. Ah Leng Char Teow @ Restoran Tong Hooi:
Jalan Dato Keramat, Kampung Makam, 10150 Penang
Operating hours: 12pm – 5pm

4. Siam Road Char Koey Teow
Address: Jalan Siam, George Town, 10400 George Town, Penang
Operating Hours: 3pm – 6pm

5. Lorong Selamat Char Koey Teow:
108, Lorong Selamat, 10400, George Town, Penang
Operation Hours: 11:00AM—06:00PM (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday)

6. Kimberley Street Hawker Stalls (with Mantis Prawn)
Lebuh Kimberley, 10100 Penang,
Operation Hours: 6pm – 11pm

No.3 Curry Mee

Penang Curry me is different from many other states where it is serve with pig blood, cockles, taufupok, cuttlefish with fragrant broth with mild coconut milk. Every stall have their special ingredient for their chili paste which is also one of an important element to enhance the soup base.

Penang Curry Mee (5)

1. Sister curry Mee – Ayer Itam
610 K, Lorong Beside, 11500 Ayer Itam, Pulau Pinang, 11500, Ayer Itam, Penang
Operation Hours:7.30am – 1pm

2. Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee 百年路加哩面:
Lorong Seratus Tahun, Georgetown, Georgetown, 10400 Penang
Operation Hours: 7.30am – 2pm

3. Curry Mee @ Kedai Kopi New Cathay:
425, Jalan Burma, Georgetown, 10350 Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
Operation Hours: 7am – 2pm

4. White Curry Mee: Hot Bowl
58, Jalan Rangoon, George Town, 10400 Pulau Pinang, 10400, Georgetown, Penang
Operation Hours: 8am – 3pm

5. Genting Cafe
Lorong Delima 3, Taman Island Glades, 11700 Jelutong, Penang
Operation Hours: 7:00am to 3:00pm Closed on Wednesdays

6. New World Park:
102, Jalan Burma, George Town, 10050 George Town, Pulau Pinang
Operating Hours: 9am – 5pm

No.4 Asam Laksa

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1. Air Itam Laksa: Jalan Pasar, 11500 Ayer Itam, Penang,
(Beside Air Itam Market, Closed on Tuesdays)
Operation Hours: 10am – 5pm

2. Joo Hooi Café
Penang Road Famous Laksa
475, Jalan Penang, 10000, George Town, Penang
Operation Hours: 12pm – 5pm

3. Gurney Drive Hawker Center
Operation Hours: 5pm – 11pm
No.5: Fried Oyster

4. Kedai Kopi Seng Thor
160, Lebuh Carnarvon, 10100, George Town, Penang
Opening Hours: 2pm -5pm

No.5 Fried Oyster

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1. Ah Soon Fried Oyster
Northam Beach Café
58, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, 10050, George Town, Penang
Operation Hours: 5pm – 11pm

2. New Lane Coffee Street
Lorong Baru, Penang Island, Malaysia
Operation Hours: 5pm – 11pm

3. Seng Thor Coffee Shop
160, Lebuh Carnarvon, George Town, 10100 Penang
Business Hour : 1pm – 5.00pm
Days off is not fixed
GPS Coordinates : N05 2454.9 E100 2004.5

4. Yi Garden Coffee Shop
Lorong Selamat, George Town, 10400
Operating Hours: 11am – 4pm

No. 6. Duck Meat Koey Teow Thng

In Penang, we have a few version of Koey Teow Soup and there are 2 which is very common. Instant Koey Teow noodle that cook on the spot bowl by bown and second version is Duck Meat Koey Teow Soup which is prepare by adding ingredient on the top then added soup on it.

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1. Pitt Street Kway Toay Th’ng:
183 Lebuh Carnarvon, George Town, 10300 Penang
Operating Hours: 8am – 2pm

2. Kway Toay Th’ng @ Joo Hooi Cafe
475, Jalan Penang, Georgetown 10450 Penang
Operating Hours: 11am – 5pm

No. 7 Mee Goreng

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1. Bangkok lane Mee Goreng
280, Jalan Burma, George Town, 10350 George Town,
Operating Hours: 11am – 5pm

2. Seng Lee Coffee Shop, 270,
Jalan Burmah, 10350, Georgetown, Penang
Operating Hours: 8AM – 6.30pm

3. Padang Brown Hawker Center
Jalan Perak, 10400, Georgetown, Penang
Operating Hours: 2pm – 7pm

4. Mee Sotong Padang Kota
Esplanade Food Court. Tun Syed Sheh Barakbah Road, 10200, Georgetown, Penang
Operating Hours: 11.30 am – 7pm

22 Street food must eat in Penang

No.8 Penang Rojak

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1. Tan Swee Hoe Rojak (Stall #52) & G.P. Soon (Stall #39) @
Gurney Drive Hawker Centre: 172, Solok Gurney 1, Georgetown, 10250 Penang,
Operating Hours: 6pm – 11pm

2. Hock Seng Penang Rojak Macallum Street
344, Gat Lebuh Cecil, George Town, 10300 George Town, Pulau Pinang
Operating Hours: 12pm – 5pm (or till finish)

No.9: Teow Chew Cendol


1. Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul
Address: 27 & 29 Lebuh Keng Kwee, 10100 Georgetown, Penang,
Operating Hours: 10am – 7pm

No.10 Wan Tan Mee

Wan tan Mee in Penang is also different from other states in terms of, taste, noodle texture and also ingredient. Classic Penang Wan Tan Mee is with red char siew, mix of boil and fried wan tan, pork lard, sesame oil and 2 types of thick soy sauce. Every stall have their own special recipe.

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1. Housing area by 1 old uncle
71, Jalan Lembah Permai, Tanjung Bungah, 11200 Tanjung Bungah, Pulau Pinang

2. Kedai Kopi Gou Lou
55, Jalan Kampung Malabar, 10200, Georgetown, Penang
Operating Hours: 10 am – 11pm

3. Lebuh Acheh Wan Tan Mee:
Lebuh Acheh 10200, Penang
Operating Hours: 7am – 1pm

4. New Lane Street Food
Lorong Baru, George Town, 10450 George Town, Pulau
6pm – 11pm

5. Chulia Street Wan Tan Mee
Lebuh Chulia, 10200, Georgetown, Penang
Operating Hours:
6pm – 10pm

No. 11 Loh Bak:

Kheng Pin (4)

1. Kheng Pin Kopitiam
16, Penang Road, Penang
Operating Hours: 7am – 2pm

No. 12 Chee Cheong Fun:

Penang Chee Cheong fun is top with shrimp paste and it is thicker in sauce texture. there are some other stalls which their sauce is slightly watery, as I still like mine in thick sauce.

genting kopitiam (8)

1. Genting Kopitiam
Lorong Delima 3, Taman Island Glades, 11700 Jelutong, Pulau Pinang
8am – 4pm

2. Chee Cheong Fun (since 1955)
Seow Fong Lye Cafe – Mdm Lim Mei Fong (012-4575238)
94C, Macalister Lane, 10400 Penang
Operating Hours : 7:30am to 12:30pm. Closed when coffee shop is closed.
GPS Coordinates: N5 25.022 E100 19.741

3. Soon Yuen Cafe – Lih Yen (016-4741366)
27, Kuala Kangsar Road, Penang
Operating Hours : 7:00am-11:30am.
GPS Coordinates: N5 25.058 E100 19.939

4. New World Park:
102, Jalan Burma, George Town, 10050 George Town, Pulau Pinang
Operating Hours: 9am – 5pm

5. B Garden Cafe (night only)
GPS Coordinates: N5 23.549 E100 18.390
Operating Hours : 6pm – 10pm


I personally think that these street food in Penang that are not so well known which I quite like or felt that going to extinct soon :

No.13 Chinese Pasembur

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1. Genting Kopitiam
Lorong Delima 3, Taman Island Glades, 11700 Jelutong, Pulau Pinang
8am – 4pm

no. 14 Char Koey Kak (Fried Raddish)

one of a classic food that losing its art, cuz of the prep and cutting of raddish. Not many stalls left in Penang that frie awesome Char Koey Kak.

wai sek kai (17)

1. Sister Yao’s Char Koay Kak
94C Macalister Lane, Georgetown, 11400 Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia
Opening Hours: 7am – 1pm daily

2. Union Primary School Char Kway Kak
Burmah Road, 10050 George Town, Penang.
Opening Hours: 7.00 pm to 10.00 pm.
(Closed on Saturdays and Sundays.)

No.15 Char Hor Fun (Cantonese Fried Noodle)

Char Hor fun in Penang is quite different whereby the noodle texture along with the hor fun is very different. Also both the noodle will be pre fried and store it aside. Whenver there is any order coming in, then the gravy will be prepare next and just shower ontop of the noodle and we have red char siew on top.

Most of my favourite place already close down cuz no successor and also lesser demand.

1. Kedai Kopi Gou Lou
55, Jalan Kampung Malabar, 10200, Georgetown, Penang
Operating Hours: 10 am – 11pm

2. New Cathay Coffee Shop
18, Jalan Burma, George Town, 10350 George Town, Penang, 10350
Operating Hours: 7am – 2pm

3. Old Green House Kopitiam
223, Jalan Burma, George Town, 10050 George Town,
Operating Hours: 6pm – 2am
55, Jalan Kampung Malabar, 10200, Georgetown, Penang

4. Char Hor Fun Stall
Intersection of Beach Street and Malay Street
361 Beach Street, Penang
Operating Hours: 7pm till 11pm

5. Woh Kee Restaurant (和记)
38, Lebuh Cintra, George Town, Penang
Operating Hours: 11am – 4pm

No. 16 Hokkien Char

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1. Old Green House Kopitiam
223, Jalan Burma, 10050, George Town, Penang
Operating Hours: 8:00pm to 4:00am Closed on Sundays

2. Hokkien Char Stall
Anson Road Market
Jalan Anson & Lebuh Melaka Penang
Operating Hours: 8am – 3pm (closed Monday)

No.17 Ee Fu Mee

Gravy is similiar to Char hor Fun as the only different is the noodle texture. Slightly fatty and fried with wok hei and a bit burnt end to be perfect. Mix with its thick gravy is just prefect. Best to top an raw egg.

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1. Old Green House Kopitiam
223, Jalan Burma, 10050, George Town, Penang
Operating Hours: 8:00pm to 4:00am Closed on Sundays

2. Char Hor Fun Stall
Intersection of Beach Street and Malay Street
361 Beach Street, Penang
Operating Hours: 7pm till 11pm

No.18 Jawa Mee

One of my favourite food that is loosing its stalls also. Top with keropok, and silky mild sourish gravy is an rare item know. Hope it will still prolong its lifespend.

genting kopitiam (10)

1. Genting Cafe
Lorong Delima 3, Taman Island Glades, 11700 Jelutong, Pulau Pinang
Operating Hours:8am – 4pm

2. New Lane Street Food
Lorong Baru, George Town, 10450 George Town, Pulau
6pm – 11pm

No.19 Lam Mee

One of the  most classic food that i miss is this and now left only handful of stalls that is operating and most of them are by old folks. I guess if they retire, this dish will retire too. the unique about this is coloured pink egg, top with some pork slices, shrimp and each stall of their own special soup broth. Another secret ingredient is their home made sambal to add onto the noodle. Either you eat it as it is then only mix with sambal after that to see on your liking.

Loh Mee (5)

1. Padang Hawker Center:
Anson Road, Penang
Opearting Hours: 11am -4pm

2. Ling Mian Fang
159, Lebuh Carnavon 10100, Penang
Opearating Hours: 7am – 4pm

3. Joo Huat Coffee Shop
336-G1 Lintang Slim, Off Perak Road,
Operating Hours : 8am – 1pm

No. 20 Muar chee

Why is this part of the list because the famous ones are only left handful and most of them retired. One of the main reason also Penang version serve the dough warm compare to KL left it on the place and eat it cold as it is. Peanut base powder is slightly more rough and more fragrant.

Gurney Drive Hawker Centre (34)

1. infront of guan Yin Temple (God Of Mercy Temple)
Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling, George Town, 10200 George Town
Operating Hours: 1pm – 4pm

2. Gurney Drive Hawker Center
172, Solok Gurney 1, Pulau Tikus, Penang
Operating Hours: 6pm – 11pm

3. infront of Gurney Plaza intersection
walking to Gurney Hawker center from Gurney Plaza
172, Solok Gurney 1, Pulau Tikus, 10250 Jelutong

4. Genting kopitiam
Lorong Delima 3, Taman Island Glades, 11700 Jelutong, Penang
Operation Hours: 7:00am to 3:00pm Closed on Wednesdays

No.21 Duck Koey Chap

kuih chiap (15)

1. Kimberley Street Hawker Stalls (with Mantis Prawn)
Lebuh Kimberley, 10100 Penang,
Operation Hours: 6pm – 11pm

No.22 Loh Mee

Loh Mee (4)

1. Million Loh Mee
15 B, Medan Angsana, Bandar Baru Air Itam, 11500 Ayer Itam, Penang
Operating Hours : 7.30 am – 7pm

2. Seng Thor Kopitiam
160, Lebuh Carnarvon, 10100, George Town, Penang
Operating Hours : 2pm – 5pm

3. Lyen Thye Loh Mee
30, Lebuh Ah Quee, George Town, 10300 George Town, Penang
Operating Hours : 6am – 10am

4. Joo Huat Coffee Shop
336-G1 Lintang Slim, Off Perak Road,
Operating Hours : 8am – 1pm

22 Street food must eat in Penang and of course, there are still many other street food available in the island and I felt that these are the few that are really the main food that most of you should try. If you are not too sure where to go at night, then check out 16 Speakeasy Bar in Penang.

In Penang, there are tons of hawker food to hunt for, as there is this particular kopitiam that located inside this neighborhood – Island Glades. Genting cafe Kopitiam that located in this area had already been well known to the locals here since 2 decades ago where my high school is just located right beside it.

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This kopitiam recently had sold off its stake to a new owner and it had then refurbish a whole new clean look and spacious. A place which is well know to many of us where great street food can be found such as, Chinese Apom Balik that usually filled with banana slices or corn.

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My all time favourite Chee Cheong Fun Stall that my KL friends always ask to ta pau for them.


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Penang version of Jawa Mee


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This Thai food had then tweak their recepi and since then they have become one of the busy stall. Craving for Pork Leg rice, then you should not miss it.


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This is how the new kopitiam looks like, with higer ceilings and not that hot anymore, yet looks clean.

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My all time favorite that I would not miss is this chee cheong fun, as their shrimp paste they have a special home recipe in it that make them different compare to the others, also another of their special ingredient in it is peanut butter. Maybe could be one of the best chee cheong fun in Penang?

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Duck Meat Koey Teow Soup

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Jawa Mee

Other food in here such as laksa, muar chee and many others are all pretty good too.  There is a shop 2 doors away from this koptiam serve pretty good soya bean and taufufa too.

Kedai Kopi Genting Cafe
Lorong Delima 3,
Island Glades, Penang

Business Hours: 7.00am – 7.00pm

GPS Coordinates: N05 22.972 E100 18.242

If you are looking for a kopitiam with standard nice food to eat, I would say Kedai Makanan O & S would be one of the best neigbourhood kopitiam that served alot of nice hawker food. I have been here many times with my collegue which they rate one of their favourite kopitiam and always have to reach here before the super peak lunch time 1pm which will flock by most people that work around the area. I have nearly tried the food range at this coffee shop and I only took picture once just to share on that it . .

You have to stare at the person that sitting at the table to ask them eat faster, its my turn to sit and eat those kind of atmosphere. If you want to get a place easily in this coffee shop, just come after 1.45pm where most of the office people have to go back to work.

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Beef Ball Noodle apparently turns out not bad, that clear in soup base and I love mine to have a mixture of all parts in my bowl. The soup is a bit sweet with reddish taste which can be told that had been boil for quite some time. The beef meat is soft and love mine to dip with their own homemade chili sauce. Not bad for a quality like that, can give it a try .. RM 6

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A few times I walked pass this Char Koey Teow stall that fried till very aromatic and smells so good, then decided to order, it smells nice, not in taste as its  a bit blend and texture is a bit moist which I prefer it to be a bit more dry.

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If you are craving for Penang Laksa, this would be one of the recommended place to stop your crave from Penang. Fish meat chucks with strong blend of fish meat in the soup base is soury, and a bit spicy , add on with the ‘har kou’ would be just nice. One of my collegue favourite.

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Next is this Chee Cheong Fun stall which have a bit similar taste of my Penang favourite style with thick shrimp paste style add on with sesame and fried onions . . Taste very nice at first, but till the end I find it a bit salty, well, my colleague they all love it . .

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Another dish to recommend is this Yeong Tau Fu Stall that you can see many tables or at least 8/10 tables will order this. Sweet in soup base and the fried ‘sui kau’ is a must order that crispy edge and stuff with mince meat is good!

One of the crowds favourite which I did not take picture is Penang Prawn Mee or Har Mee which is one of the best that I have eaten so far in PJ or KL, with the soup is sweet with prawn shell and pai kuat taste, that you can add on extra ingredient like Penang style. starts from RM4 which is highly recommended~

If you are craving for some Penang food or hawker food, then o n s kopitiam would be one of the Kopitiam I would recommend to stop on your crave.. .  Do look out for their Penang Prawn Mee and Laksa. .

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7/10, not bad ahh~ ~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-


O & S Coffee Shop
39, Jalan 20/14,
Paramount Gardens, 46300 Petaling Jaya
(directly opposite Caltex)

GPS Coordinates: N3 06.469 E101 37.501

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Quite a number of times that I drive pass through this shop especially on weekend, there will be usually a huge crowd standing at this newly open restaurant about 2 months ago for dim sum Restaurant Jin Xuan Hong Kong. Traffic will be bad around this area as you can see many people standing and hunting for tables.

Thus it gives me the urge to give them a chance to try it out with my curiosity is it that nice?


According to one of my friend, the owner used to have a few shops in this area and now decided to combine up and make a big one which is very eye catchy when you drive through the road on morning at weekend.

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First dish that the guy came over was with ‘Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun’ that served cold instead of hot or warm that turns out to be not that nice.

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‘Pork Pau’ was next its served warm but then the filling in it is cold already (wondering they just steam for a while and took out already), the gravy of is a bit sweet and salty.

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‘Siu Mai’

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One of my favourite that I will not miss in tim sum is ‘Pai Kuat’.

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‘Har Kau’ that the skin is quite thick.

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‘Beancurd Skin with fish ball paste’ turns out to be quite good, cripsy on the skin, dipping it with chili and sweet sauce  is just nice.

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‘Fried Prawn’

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‘Fried Lou Pak Gou’ if its served hot then would taste much nicer.

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‘Char Siew Bun’ with butter skin on the top layer is not bad.

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‘Polo Pau’

After had this few, we do not have much of the appetite to continue already and when then bill came into around RM45 and with that kind of pricing, I can go for better options. Crowd is just the matter and the food taste so so only surely doesnt come anything near to Hong Kong taste.

[update 5/5/2016] tried again and still taste normal and it is quite expensive now.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 4/10, below average~ -Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Dim Sum Restaurant Jin Xuan Hong Kong
Kuchai Entrepreneurs’ Park,
A 32, 34, 36, Jalan 1/116B,
Kuchai Entrepreneurs’ Park,
58200 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: 012 396 6881
View Tim Sum Restaurant Jin Xuan Hong Kong @ Kuchai Entrepreneurs’ Park, Kuala Lumpur in a larger map

Continue my very back date post. It was on the 4th day in our travel itinerary, that we have to wake up pretty early to go to Wong Tai Sin. For me, I always go to a trip I slept very little. Go walk around till very late, wake up early and walk again and enjoy my breakfast. So after every 1 got ready so my friend bring us to this shop…


This shop were run by this 2 lady, busy serving us that suddenly come with a group of ppl. My friend told me that the ‘Chee Cheong Fun’ very nice and also the ‘Siew Mai’.

I just enjoy eating their ‘Chee Cheong Fun add with Siew Mai’ here, is quite different from what I had in PG or KL which is they did put peanut, chili, and sweet sauce. HKD12

I after finish the first portion and I enjoy my ‘Siew Mai’, I ordered another one. It sure do have the canteen feel that I ate when I was in primary school. 🙂 HKD7

This is how I enjoyed my food. Pasar Malam style. That’s y standing nearby the drain. So when the sauce drip will go in there not on the floor which makes it geli!

I just do not know where am I, so the easiest point for me is just take the picture. 😀
There is a 7-11 next to it.

After a quick breakfast, we faster faster head to Wong Tai Sin, but glad that it was on Sunday morning, so the crowd wouldn’t be that much.

This is the only day that I have taken the train so empty as it was early morning and the best part is, you have to zoom your eyes very far till only you get to see the end part of it and I wasn’t standing on the other end, behind me there are still like 3-4 more compartments. Normally, the train is sardin pack with ppl.

Surely this train is much faster and bigger compare to our very own local Putra LRT or KTM Komuter.

Imagine, our Putra LRT x10 sardine pack like every morning rushing hour.

After short ride and exchanges of stations we had reach Wong Tai Sin station.

This is the exit that lead to the entrance of the temple.
We took a lot of pictures from the very eating spree till here and already took more than 100++ pictures already. Sot liau!

The main entrance that lead to the temple.

What my friend told us that, the temple really very ‘lenggg’ as what you wish for will come true. This is more real when during Chinese New Year everyone is trying to be the first and you have to squeeze through and cramp with the ppl as if you are the very first person to put in the joss stick what you had wish for is more ‘lenggg’.
It will be once in a blue moon I go for Tiew Cheam or shaking a holy stick which you were be given a cylinder that fills with a lot of sticks then you knell and start to tell the god what you wish for and look for a guidance. Then a stick will fall down and you have to go to a counter to take what it meant. There are good luck and bad luck.
For the very first time, when I Tiew Cheam, it happened very fast, just within a minute a stick fell.
more pics of the temple which I didnt capture : Wong Tai Sin Temple

So I remembered the stick number and went to claim what it meant, too bad it was in Chinese and have to locate a stall to help me to translate which is located behind this stalls.

The guy in that stall doesn’t look genuine as before me, there is a very young pretty lady and that guy told her that, ohh..your luck this year no good, then you have to do this and that and will perform a small ritual for you on the spot. Then it took place and it just took around 5 minutes for the whole process. When I saw the lady what she paid to that guy, I got shock. What the hell…this short thing cost HKD500? Wah lau eh..the earnings in here is even better than Doctors.

Then next, it was me and my friends turn, so I decided to let her go first as always ladies first. Surprisingly, what the guy said to the lady is nearly the same version as spoken to my friend. Then asking her would she want to perform the ritual or not. Of course we weren’t very superstitious, DON WANT Lah!!!! (HKD500…= RM250) cuz we were just playing around see how this kind of thing and ppl want to tell us. Then said that what she got in the paper is no good this and that

Next it was my turn, as the guys face had turn very unsatisfactory as knowing us are not ‘WATER FISH’ (people that are easy to believe on what the other person say or easy to be con). What he told me is the same as what he told my fried. WTF!!!! And we were very piss off… as my friend was behind me to help me to listen what he wanted to say cuz I’m not really good in Cantonese and for a translation in that paper cost HKD20. Totally not worth it and told the rest of my friend to try out other stalls. Wouldn’t careless on it lahh..just that dislike that guys attitude on trying to CON us.

What you seen in the pic is exactly converts on the back ally how many fortune teller are there.. The rest what my friend got is their feedback from it is more genuine.

As I always watch Hong Kong series that this ‘fan’ thingy is very good for luck as it spins, your bad luck away and bring in good luck. . . . So kaypo a bit and grab 2.
Both cost me HKD60 after a great bargain from my friend.

Next itinerary on the list is go back change and bath, head to Hong Kong most expensive shopping area. Central and dinner at one of the best Japanese restaurant which my friend had arranged.

Previously when I went to Wai Sek Kai, this stall didnt open. It is 1 of my favourite stall. So decided to go there again last week to salivate the ……….

Orrr Kuih‘ which is soft and the yam taste of it is there. Will be very nice to mix with the chili sauce and sweet sauce ‘Tim Cheong‘.

This is the curry pig skin which is one of the famous food in this stall.
Here comes my food. ‘Curry Chee Cheong Fun with Pig Skin’ . The taste of the curry is mild and a bit sweet which goes along very well with the chee cheong fun and the pig skin just cook well to its softness. I drink till to the last drop of it. RM2.80

This is what I mean theOrrr Kuih‘ or ‘Yam Cake’ if I am right. One of my favourite. RM 1.20 for this.
Of course to close my meal with a very nice kuih which is just next to the stall.
Didnt try before the Yau Char Kuai before so no idea. Judge by the look of the goreng’ness I think should be good. 🙂

This is the stall that next to it sell the kuih.
This is my favourite of all in this stall. Like it to the max. The coconut inside it is just sweet to perfection which had been mix with brown sugar and the skin of it is just delicate and the coconut is just to mix with it very good ah… RM0.70
For the food its cheap I find it very reasonable cheap and nice, as other food review please click here

-= KA CHING =-
Food rating 9/10 , Okay Lah~ -Stamped-
(the taste rated was for on that day only)
-WARNING –This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
Jalan Sayur, off Jalan Pudu
(opposite Sek Yuen Restaurant on Jalan Pudu).
From Bkt Bintang direction:
Times Squre on your left, turn left on the traffic light: become
(TS on your left, Pudu Jail on right.)

go straight all the way till you see a traffic light. Go straight where you will see Maybank on left. It is around that area. Can find parking spot on the road side after Maybank.)

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