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Monday, January 4, 2010

Laksa@Opposite Penang Chinese Girls' School

We went to this corner coffee shop, Taman Emas Kopitiam for "tea break" during our Penang trip in December. It is directly located opposite Penang Chinese Girls' School.
We had a nice foot massage at Puteri Ledang located at Level 4@ Gurney Plaza. So, having a bowl of deliciously fragant Penang Laksa really filled up our hungry stomach like anything.



Since I do not like the sweetness of prawn paste, I feel ignoring it makes the laksa taste better.

My friend told me they usually dip the fried popiah sold here to the laksa soup and it taste good. Just like in Ipoh, we add yong tou fu and other "lius" in our soupy noodles.


I would like to highlight the chai koay, it tastes so good. The ingredients was generous, and the skin was soft. I want more of it...lovely chai koay!


The laksa stall opens at 2pm-5pm. Closed on Monday.
Other reviews on this place: CK's blog

20 comments:

Little Inbox said...

It's opposite my school! :)

foodbin said...

i like mine with lots of prawn paste and the chai kueh looks good.

ck lam said...

I misses the chai koay.
Definitely will try out your idea of not adding prawn paste to the laksa.

Duckie said...

you are so right. the chai koay is the best!!! and i do dip the spring roll into the laksa soup!!!

Big Boys Oven said...

wah salivating now, I just love laksa! :)

SimpleGirl said...

little inbox, so you can have the laksa whenever you feel like having it ya!

foodbin, yes, most ppl love prawn paste...i am the odd one!

ck, coz i dont like it to b too sweet, that's y i ignore the paste

duckie, chai koay really was thumbs up!!!

BBO, agree with U, esp Penang laksa!!!how to resist!!!

J2Kfm said...

Many stalls in Penang do serve great Chai Koay. Great tea time companions.

uLi.佑莉 said...

Yummy!!!

jen said...

the laksa looks good, sluprsss!

vialentino said...

i went to this laksa stall before when i was at penang at taman emas...got sell fried popiah there also rite...

SimpleGirl said...
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SimpleGirl said...

j2kfm, yea, but this one is superb la!!!

uLi, yeah, i am salivating now!!!

jen, laksa is also your fav ya!!!

vialentino, yes, this is the one, the fried popiah also tasty..not oily type!

thenomadGourmand said...

ohh.. love the popia in the soup! damn best aiteyu!! ;p

vialentino said...

yeah...i love the assam laksa soup...very nice and kao ler! chun ler...miss it so much...

~Christine~Leng said...

u made me miss laksa so much! luckily i manage to find one nice stall in KL. haha

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

wow... I still have not try this ye. And I know its good. ^-^ Thanks for reminding me. lol

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~Christine~Leng said...

I love laksa! hard to find nice ones in KL :(

reanaclaire said...

wow...i must try this! i always go penang but never been to the laksa u mentioned..
poppiah dipped into laksa soup? gosh..i m drooling now...

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