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Thursday, 11 April 2013

Delicious Duck Noodle at Lorong Ngah Aboo, Penang





 The next morning I woke up early. Anxious to "bulldozed" into my stacks of books. Found a Pooh Bear activity book.

 I draw one only la....Jangan marah okay....

 Done with that, I "bodek" Mamarazzi to assemble the creepy skeleton hand for me pulak....hmmm.....supposed to be a experience for me but terbalik it was a learning experience for Mamarazzi too.


 We went out for breakfast when Papa woke up. Initially wanna go Lebuh Carnavon for the famous Fried oyster but the stall only opens after 1pm.

 
So round and round that area and saw one stall with a lot of people. Must be something good gua?


 It's clear soup duck noodle.


 Two please......


One for me and one for Mamarazzi


Papa also want but he wants dry version with dark sauce

Ordered a plate of duck meat. Can you see the brown color thingy? It's lard. No wonder so many people eats here la...They put some pieces of lard on everything...in the noodle and on the duck meat.

Food here tasted very good. Suit our taste buds. 

After tummy full full, we went back to the hotel relax...watch tv...golek -golek on the bed...and vomit vomit in the toilet...Padan muka Mamarazzi. Know already tummy not fully recovered yet but still wanna eat the lard.



 
Check out around 1pm and went shopping for "hand letters". Went to the famous Ghee Hiang Tambun Biscuits store. First time there.

Lucky we went 5 minutes earlier coz after us, there was a tour bus full of tourist came to buy the biscuits. Even then we had to queue around 15 minutes.


While Papa and Mamarazzi queueing...I went exploring. Oh wow...can see them making the biscuits.



 Aiks...who is that??? A big Baby???

Sucking fingers like this...I also can leh.....

After finished "Borong-ing".... off we go from Penang. This round we too the Bridge instead of Ferry. There was traffic jam at the bridge as there was a minor accident.

57 comments:

  1. Hope mamarazzi's tummy feeling better now ~~

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  2. Yes, that is the stall I posted up last time.. near Carnavon Street...where they sell the egg tarts.. mini sized ones.. very hot very oven from the corner coffeeshop...

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    1. got egg tarts meh??? tarak saw leh.....

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  3. Penang also got yummy duck noodles? Hmm din't know that, all I know is the one at Bidor, hehe.

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    1. LOL at the last picture, Small Kucing so cute ha...

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    2. yes.....got lost but found good eats...so hapy

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  4. i wonder what time small kucing wakes up?? it's it him that is early or paparazzi that is late?? hahaha.. so early already start working on the activity book!! i think maybe because no swimming pool, haha~~

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    1. he woke up same time as school day....body auto set alarm clock jor

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  5. wah, go every where also wanna eat fried oyster?? hmmm, kepunan for a good one because the one mamarazzi tapao the previous day wasn't good at all, making mamarazzi vomit and sick.. hahaha!! but too bad lah, you were too early~~

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    1. hahaha that is the famous dish there mah...if tak makan its like tak valid go there

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  6. oh, duck noodles!! at first i thought it's duck thigh noodles.. looks good lah, but wish they have given more duck meat with the noodles.. the fishballs also lebih one lah, give ducky things better hor??

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  7. yalor, the scariest thing is that there is a group of tourists in front of you!! wah, like that really headache lah.. crowded and somemore those people won't be free to serve you already, and then gotta queue and wait to buy the stuffs!! pening lah, like that rather come back later..

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    1. some more if its bus full of them LOL

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  8. That street seems to have lots of food to hunt for.

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    1. ya if only we know where to eat hor.....

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  9. The clear soup bowl of noodles look so yummy! Indeed, lard bits make all that difference in a dish.

    Psst.. Teh-O (can be with sugar added) does wonders for an upset tummy. Works for me every time.

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  10. I lived in Penang all my life but never heard of Lorong Ngah Aboo! I thought we only have Lorong Aboo Sitee. You clever to ronda ronda!

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    1. near the lebuh carnavon fried oyster wor,,,,

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  11. Are you sure you guys left Penang??? Your blog post keeps going back to Penang and KK....Anay pening liao.

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    1. ya la.....alternate the posts lor.....long winded la this old lady LOL

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  12. Never have a chance to eat so much at Penang!!! =[

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  13. Duck noodles, sound good to me. I love duck flavour a lot. The duck noodles soup looks clear. I prefer those darker colour soup.

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    1. ooo this one not like the bidor one...not herbal type

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  14. I like the duck noodles too especially the dried type.

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  15. Mamarazzi, next time you go Penang, dun go Ghee Heang. Try Ban Heang Trading - Macalister road. Taste much better, service much better too.

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  16. Loves Small Kucing two please that picture, hehe..

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  17. Lard certainly add extra flavors into food but on the other hand, it may not be good for health. I suppose once a while is ok. I am tempted over the duck dishes and oh boy! my fav.

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    1. kekekeke.....wonder why fod that is not good for health always taste so good :p

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  18. it this dejavu? it seems like i saw this post already haha

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  19. well i think i like that third one the most
    haha more meat the more tastier for me haha

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  20. haha now they seems like twins haha!
    he could be subtitute on that statue haha

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  21. have a great day and happy blogging small kucing
    take care always and god bless you

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  22. fun day out, sorry about your tummy little one.I see you are better now and ready for biscuits. Hugs

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  23. The duck noodles meal looks yummy and I like to eat duck meat but I do not eat lard so whenever there are pieces of lard in my food, I will need to pick them out one by one and throw them away (although I know some quite sayang to throw them away since so many people like to eat pieces of fried lard).

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    1. aiya....yu dont take lard...sayang leh ...gimme please

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  24. There's nothing like fat and lard to make everything taste better, huh. No fair!

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  25. I didn't know about this delicious duck noodle, looks so yum!

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  26. Haha, there are still a lot of decent Koay Teow Th'ng out there... personally, i would prefer Him Heang over Ghee Hiang for the extra fluffiness of Tambun biscuits :P

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    1. oooooo.....okie next time will go HH

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  27. The way you described golek golek and vomit vomit is so funny LOL! Duck noodle is quite popular in Shanghai too. We don't like duck meat but still tried it and didn't like it.

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    1. LOL......wah would love to try the shanghai duck noodle

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