Our plan to Escape Park unacheivable due to the weather. It rained heavily, non-stop for the whole day. We couldn't do anything with this kind of weather. So, we came out with Plan B, a makan-makan trip. We had our breakfast at Chew Chuen Dim Sum, the biggest chain dim sum outlet at Butterworth. What really surprised me was it rained heavily but still there're a lot of customers. What I heard from Teik Hong, a Penangite - it's always crowded especially during the weekends. There're many varieties of dim sum to choose from. We spent about RM 24.00 for 4 persons. That was totally cheap and reasonable. I highly recommend this place for those dim sum lovers.
We had our lunch at Ang Hoay Lor Restaurant, Penang. This place is highly recommended for their special Hokkien dishes. We ordered all their famous dishes which cost us approximately RM70. There is a MUST try dish which is their signature dish, Bak Kee Soup. It is a simple soup with pork slices that have been coated with tapioca flour and some veges.
Address: 260, Jalan Gurdwara (Brick Klin Road), 10300 Penang.
Tel: 04 - 2624841
Business Hours: 12 noon till 3pm & 6pm till 9pm (Closed on Wednesday)
|Fried Oyster Noodle|
|Fried Tang Hoon|
|Sweet and sour sliced fish|
|Their signature dish, Bak Kee Soup|
|Tau Kua Stir|
After lunch, we decided to take a break for our tummies. We visited Penang Hill.
After the visit, we continued with our makan-makan trip. We went to Padang Brown a.k.a Padang Dato Keramat Hawker Centre which is one of the older hawker centres in George Town, Penang. The seafood popiah in Padang Brown is one of best popiahs in Penang as the popiah includes real crab meat as part of the ingredients.
|Lok lok at Padang Brown|
It was late evening and to avoid the traffic jam, we went to Queensbay Mall for shopping. Guess what? We were still caught in the traffic jam! It took us almost 2 hours to reach Butterworth! We had our late dinner (seafood) at 323 Seafood Restaurant, Butterworth, Penang.
TO BE CONTINUED