Frankly, the most disappointing news to share here is, we didn’t even have enough time to explore the whole Penang Food. Lucky enough, we stayed at Tune Hotel where we are surrounded with all the good foods.
New World Park, Penang is just located beside our hotel, strategic enough, just a stone throw can reach the Old Town Cafe. From the Penang’s historical chapter, New World Park was one an entertainment spot at the late 1930s. Today, it is yet another exciting tourism attractions in Penang!
Alex and I was there to have a short walk, pattoh to be exact. Noticed the Old Town White Coffee was still packed with people even though its already Midnight30. Maybe this is how the Penang Folks spend the nightlife, but at least its a healthy one isn’t it?
Other than Old Town White Coffee, there are actually some other eatery shops that can be found here, but mostly are operating during day time only. Not to be missed , it is attach with a big food court with wide selections of food can be found here. You gotta walk further if you are from the direction of Jalan Burma.
Let’s get kicking with our food hunt to the New World Park’s foodies landmark!
There are quite a few selections of eatery shops and restaurants available here. I found this Nyonya Cafe would actually attract lots of tourist. I believe they do wish to try out some Nyonya Foods as well.
If you don’t like to eat in a restaurant, and would love to try more on local delicacies, walk further down you would see the Food Court.
We were there too early for lunch, most of the stall are still getting ready.
Dessert Stalls that sells Chendol
The hawkers are nice, maybe he see me carrying a big gun on my hand that is why he is polite to me?
Anyway, he introduced me to have their local dessert called “Tee Nya Kuih”. Something that is cold, like agar agar and served with “gula melaka”.
And their specialties, Ice Chendol.
There are many kinds of Chendol available but I request to have the most original Chendol.
With many many red beans, Chendol (the green green stripes), gula melaka and Santan.
Lick the picture now, you’ll know how great it taste!
Preparation is still in progress.
But at least what I wish to eat, still can be found.
My favourite, Kuih Tiaw Soup.
I love their soup base. Served well with the sauces.Its so yummilicious!!!
Meanwhile, Alex tried the Fried Kuih Teow again, in fact while having this RM4 CKT, he was still mumbling to eat the RM8.50 CKT !!!
It’s just another way of cooking, which I think its not bad!
Fried Oyster RM5.
Yum yum, the oyster are fresh, not smelly.
We had our fabulous breakfast , and this is could at least last us for a few hours….
Other than the food court, there are also some hawker stall available by the road side. You’ll never get hungry in Penang, but will only get poor and bloated!