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Food Haven - Part 2.

And to conclude my 4 day excursion up north... I've got more photos of food to show you. ;) But first some funny stuffs that I've come across while I was on the island.

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Better becareful, there's humping activities ahead. :P Ok ok, so that's not what it is but it's funny like that, don't you think? :P

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Anyways, we got to Penang a day earlier than needed so the next morning before we had our briefing at the Penang Turf Club, drove over to erm...nearby the bridge area for breakfast. Cheapest wantan noodles ever. For RM 2, what more can you ask for? You definitely won't find that kind of pricing in KL, that's for sure!

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What about these babies? Bak Kwa [barbequed pork meat] placed in between two slicec of bread soaked with don't know what kind of sauce but them sauce sure makes it real good to eat! Usually seen during Chinese New Year. Still not sure what they are? Well, Singapore's best in Bak Kwa [barbequed pork meat], Bee Cheng Hiang.

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And these? Seen them around before? I'm everybody has tasted the indian version of this. Apom but chinese style. This in particular has corn and banana in it. Delicious!

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How can I get my hands on these yummy desserts? Well, look for this man here. :D Ever since I went to the Penang Island Jazz Festival, I was introduced to this friendly man and his lip-smacking creations. His stall is in front of the lane turning into Alliance Francaise school. Fancy a taste? Well, good luck in looking for him. :)

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Ok, back to our other trips in and around Penang. Went over to Pulau Jerejak for a look-see. You know the island, which is in view onto your left when you travel into Penang via the bridge. The same island where Jerejak Prison used to be, also known as the Alcatraz of Malaysia. Now they have a resort & spa on the island. Definitely worth a trip. The place looks really good, the spa is fantastic and the activities that's available to you are aplenty.

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They are currently having a promotion where you get a 3D/2N stay with spa treatment thrown in for RM 280nett per person. So check out Jerejak Resort & Spa. They also have this cute SYT [Sweet Young Thing] working the front desk. Why didn't I speak to her? Damn, all I said to her was 'hi' and 'how are you?' Crap, I sensed she wanted to talk more but we had to leave already. She better still be working there... Hamid, you better not fire that little SYT! :P

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What else you ask? They have one of the best cucur udang [prawn fritters] that I've tasted. Not oily at all and the peanut sauce was mouth-watering! Gotta give these a try if you swing over there.

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For dinner, we went over to the Pulau Tikus wet market to look for their famous char koay teow. Wanted to find the gurney drive mua chee, made by an old uncle but didn't have time to swing over there so had to settle for whatever they have at the market.

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In the end, I ordered from the wrong stall... the famous char koay teow at the Pulau Tikus market doesn't come in a plate, they come wrapped in brown paper and has squid and large prawns in them. Oh well, this was ok too but the other one is definitely much better.

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The main course for dinner was this satay with a different kind of sauce. See the plate of sauce onto the left of the photo? Well, that's their special potato sauce. Made from blended boilded potatoes. Interesting taste, goes really well with the bread and the satay but I think I'm a peanut sauce kind of guy so I'll stick to my peanut sauce. :D

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The last funny signage that I saw while I was in Penang was this restaurant name. No Eye Deer restaurant. Now I have no idea what they serve in there but sure would be nice to check it out. ;)
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