Kalau dah jalan-jalan especially bawa budak-budak main-main mestilah dah penat. Haruslah pergi makan-makan kan? =) So if one is in Penang, it is a tourist-must-do to eat the infamous Penang delicacies at Padang Kota Lama. As for me hot and yummy Char Kuey Teow & Pasemboq were already moving around in my head, and tummy. So being in the birthplace of these 2 dishes, expectations were high especially I cannot recall when was the last time I ate here. Or ever.
|Clean food court next to the sea.|
|Check out the queue for the most famous stall of Pasembur here. Sedap tak sedap tak sure tapi since everybody queues there we follow suit. Sedaplah kot compared to other stalls. Maybe.|
|That guy looking towards me, he was quite a looker. Quite, I am not saying he's much of a looker. Funny thing was he thought I was snapping his photo he actually smiled while all along I was snapping for blogging material. Adehhhh.|
|SOTONG! And Kangkung. Haha.|
|Some of us just wanted Fried Rice, and I must say this stall serves good Fried Rice with the cheapest price compared to other stalls which literally ketuk the customers.|
|Ummi's expression is always priceless.|
|Nasi Goreng Cina (Chinese Fried Rice) - RM 4|
Good price, good taste.
Aira our responsible waitress for the Pasemboq orders. =D
Pasembur (2 Plates) - RM 40
I am not sure whether they are well-priced but the Pasembur tasted great.
|Rasa seriously ok-ok je. |
|Kerang Rebus (Boiled Cockles) - RM 10|
Even Kerang was RM 10?! I know cockles are more expensive these days but their excuse for the price was because it has dried squid underneath.