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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Penang Food Post 2

Visiting Penang will never be completed without going to my favourite banana leaf restaurant - Passion of Kerala. Here in Ipoh, I can't find one as good as this.

We went to the outlet in New World Park and ordered the set meal


I love the dahl, is perfect match with the rice!!yummy yummy!


And not to forget to order the Fried brinjal


Most importantly, my fav, chicken McNair...nicely marinated and fried. Not oily, but juicy and made you feel like having more!


It was an indeed satisfactory meal.
Of course, I went to pack laksa and yam cake& bak chang at the hawker stalls in New World Park as well.
I remember this stall selling yam cake, chee cheong fun and bak chang used to be at the road side in Swatow Lane, now they have move here. The Yam Cake is my favourite!!
Generous ingredient and topping.each piece cost RM2! The bak chang also very yummy!





Not finish yet...must and have a nice chendol at Penang road for dessert!

9 comments:

Little Inbox said...

Which branch did you dine in? I just went to Gelugor one.

Duckie said...

very good .. all the correct good food in penang. when are you going back?

foodbin said...

The Indian food looks nice and neat.

SimpleGirl said...

little inbox, i went to the one in new world park...but taste equally good!

duckie, i came back already, was there last weekend

foodbin, yeah, I consider Passion of Kerala the best...

J2Kfm said...

passion of kerala ... pricey?
yeah, Ipoh's banana leaf rice is on a lower level, or so my Indian friend said.

SimpleGirl said...

j2kfm, passion of kerala, nope..not at all pricey...set is 5.50$. Yes, too bad, Ipoh is not an Indian food heaven like Penang or KL

sakaigirl said...

uu, i'll get to eat homemade bak chang when i go to teluk intan tnite^^

the indian food looks superbly delicious!

SimpleGirl said...

sakai girl, enjoy ur homecooked bak chang....ya!!!
Yes, nice meal indeed!!

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