Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Lemon Koay Teow Soup

Recently I heard about this stall that sells Lemon Koay Teow Soup in Penang although it seems that it has been there for quite a while. This post is to remind me to try this lemon soup the next time I go to Penang.

In case you can't find it on the stall's signboard. It says "Lemon Koay Teow Soup". I wonder whether or not I will like its taste.

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  1. Lemon? Ya, I wonder if it is like white tom yam, sourish.

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    1. I don't think it will be that sour.

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  2. Yeah, try it once and you'll feel thirsty for the rest of the day. Same applies to every stall in that coffee shop, including the zhap fan...

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    1. Nowadays everyone in food courts use MSG or lots of salt or flavouring agents. Not surprising.

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    2. Of course. But this one's worse. Way worse compared to many others in Penang.

      Well, it was years ago since I last gave this coffee shop any chance at all. It is now in my permanent ban list. But maybe they've changed. You should go try it and let me know. :P

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    3. Ok, when I have tried it, I will write about it so you will definitely know. :)

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  3. where is the stall in Penang? this one is interesting!

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    1. This stall is in Kafe Kam 88 coffee shop in Taman Sri Tunas.

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  4. Lemon koay teow soup? A rather strange combination to me, but never try, never know. So I hope you get to try and let me know it it is good.

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    1. I will definitely let you know after I have tried it, hehehe.

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  5. Oh, surely that is nice!!! It will be something like Thai style..I think it is somewhere near Bayan Lepas? I heard of it but never been there..

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    1. Yes, it is somewhere near Elite Heights, in a coffee shop called Kafe Kam 88.

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  6. Sounds interesting. Please do try and give us a review of it.

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  7. I don't think I will try this, I am not very adventurous when it comes to food

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    1. Then you better not eat this then. :)

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  8. Maybe will be something like Vietnamese pho. The one that comes with tons of tauge and a slice of lemon.

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    1. I have not tried the Vietnamese pho with lemon before, just lime.

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