Friday, July 3, 2015

Penang History



Char Koay Teow - MY10.90++ or MYR11.55 (nett)

Lor Mee - MYR9.90++ or MYR10.50 nett

Kway Teow Soup - MYR9.90++ or MYR10.50 nett

Curry mee - MYR9.90++ or MYR10.50 nett

Hokkien Mee or Prawn Mee - MYR9.90++ or MYR10.50 nett

Different dip for different noodle

Click on the above photo to look at the price of the items.

Wallpaper only

No service charge - Penang History located at D'Pulze mall, Cyberjaya

40 comments:

  1. I like Pg lor mee, very hard to get to eat these in KL.. Usually, if I say lor mee, I would get those wat tan hor punyer gravy..

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    1. That is if you order lor mee at dai chow is it?

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  2. No service charge? What's the ++ then? +GST...and the other +?

    Gee!!! At those prices, I think I'd pass, thank you very much. Usually at these classier upscale joints, everything is nice...but not really nice, not as nice as at the authentic stalls and shops and will burn a hole in one's pocket, for the comfort, the nice decor and the air-conditioning. All the empty tables says it all.

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    1. Oh my bad then. Should be only one +. We were very early and on a weekend too so that was why there were many empty tables.

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  3. Kway Teow Soup looks pretty tempting!

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  4. I think you've covered all the major types of noodles....except for Penang Assam Laksa...haha! :D Hey, I like the wallpaper :)

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    1. No assam laksa on the menu. I think the wallpaper is custom printed.

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    2. Huh, no assam laksa? Then the Penang (food) history is not complete leh! ;D

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    3. I also don't know why they did not include assam laksa in their menu.

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  5. yummy eats.... i love the prawn noodles

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  6. I think I'll go with that Lor Mee.. it looks very appetizing to me... I love the wallpapers too

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    1. It is tasty. You like the antique windows on the wall paper?

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  7. I will choose the char koay teow anytime :)

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  8. The kway teow soup and curry mee would make Penangites spit in disgust I think. No pork blood and cockles...

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    1. The see ham 's' were hidden underneath the noodles but no blood, that's true.

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  9. I like the wallpaper, like the real one.

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    1. Can understand why because you like architecture.

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  10. so the Penang style lor mee is different from the lor mee we have here, that looks like our lam mee over here, agree?? anyway, i am actually more interested in the curry mee and prawn mee, haha, spicy and more flavorful huh?? :p

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    1. KL lor mee is not that dark. You like spicy food more?

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  11. Nice to see some classic dishes.

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    1. Have you tried all of them before?

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  12. I like the curry mee and prawn mee

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  13. Char kway teow for me! Missed this so much!

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    1. Kon char hor in HK is quite similar to CKT here.

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  14. I love all the food on your table including the wall paper. I hear Cyberjaya and chickened out. Lol

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    1. You don't like to go there?

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    2. A bit too far lah but I always had to criss-cross that place for work.

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    3. Next time you criss cross, just do a pit stop at this mall la!

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  15. Ok! evrytime there's a boiled egg in a dish, i would definitely declare that the food is delicious already! My verdict: THIS IS FREAKING DELIECIOUS!! :)

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    1. Ah, is your favourite food boiled egg?

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  16. Those noodles all look delicious to me. I would love to take one spoonful from each bowl .

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    1. If many people go eat there, can all share and each eat a bit of each.

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    1. Will you like these wallpapers on your house walls?

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  18. Looks like Penang food alright... Only that the portion is much larger... Yummy!!

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    1. You are right! The portion is definitely larger!

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