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Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Kedai Kopi Yi Garden, Penang

 
First meal in Penang was at Kedai Kopi Yi Garden, located at the junction of Jalan Macalister and Lorong Selamat.

 
 So many people queue up to order food from this stall...hmm...must be something good ya... Hentam just point and order la.

 Turn out is this....looks like Cantonese Fried Bihun but with a lot of ingredient. RM5.50 a plate. 



 I like.....

While eating...have to have drink la...

 Also had some Fried Oyster. Not bad. RM7.

 There was a stall selling Wan Tan Mee. Seems to be very popular too. Ordered a bowl If not istaken it was RM4.50.

Fuiyoh...the Wan Tan really BIG. In it was meat and a whole "biji" of prawn instead of minced.

 Also some lobak

 And Satay.... The satay was a bit sweet for our taste.

Overall, love the Wan Tan Mee and the Cantonese fried Noodle.






53 comments:

  1. could see why so many people waiting for the yummy food!

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  2. The prices there "sama-sama" with KL prices. I don't think I have eaten at this shop before. Maybe next time I go Penang, will go to this shop.

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    1. do try out....

      still yet to find the noodle you mentioned before.

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  3. Yo, see how lil kucing grab his glass of drink? hehehe... His expression like Kung Fu Kid!

    I miss Penang fried oyster..RM7 ok lar...

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    1. LOL.....

      ya cheap la rm7 with so much oyster

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  4. my..all look so yummy! missed all those Penang food!

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    1. you are near to penang...can zip over anytime

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  5. Now that Melissa is back here, I don't know when I will ever get to go to Penang again...

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    1. why...can still go for Vacation...then can karaoke again

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  6. Very nice food! Aiyah, must go to Penang one of these days.

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  7. Fried Oyster? wow.. that was my first time to hear a fried oyster dish and it sounds cool to me...

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  8. hehe I love the fifth photo... your kiddo is so cute

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  9. Oh My----looks delicious!!!! I love fried Oysters --and have them when we go to the beach in North Carolina.

    My son got me to eat a raw oyster ONCE.... Never again!!!!! ha
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. ahem raw one...hmmm ate once also...same result as your son

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  10. i think this coffee shop should be one of the more popular ones among the locals right?? dunno lah, deja vu, seems like i've heard about it before.. hahaha!!

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    1. so that fried noodles is actually cantonese style?? i thought it was some very famous CKT, hahaha!! Penang mah, sure must have CKT right?? but turn out the cantonese style also looks not bad at all woh.. RM5.50 considered cheap compare to KL lah.. KL now single portion at least RM6 already..

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    2. the oh-jien and loh-bak both look good!! very yummy lah.. i think oh-jien is paparazzi's favorite right?? everywhere he sees that he sure will order that, haha.. the oyster looks big and puffy, sure very fresh and "burstfully" juicy inside..

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    3. the wantan mee is different from what we have in KL.. we have char siew and wantan, but they have chicken, mushroom and prawn wantan!! not bad not bad.. and that wantan is so huge, is it better than the pian sip you have tried before?? hehehehe~~ :p

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    4. Famous one ah? Sister CKT supposted to be at the same road to it wor

      Me too ...coz saw many people Q up and they tapau many packets...thought its some new food but come out its Cantonese fried but very nice

      ya we love Oh Chien and Lobak. KL cant get nice one. The nicest so far was in Puching

      Most surprising was the wantan where they put meat plus the prawns in....so huge...the size of sui kow leh

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  11. Arggh..makes me want to go Penang now.

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  12. Penang lots of yummmy yummy foods ya... kaka...

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  13. I saw this restaurant many many times during my visits to Penang Island. But never stopped by because the traffic was quite congested there :(

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    1. The food looks nice and price is reasonable, too!

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    2. ya hard to find parking...we walked there coz near our hotel

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  14. Oh My Goodness! I have eaten in that place many times but I didn't know its name until today. I realised how ignorant I have been. However in Penang, we usually call the coffee shops by the road names or beside tong sampah, beside market drain, under the tree, T-junction shop and macam macam etc.

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    1. ya i know....over here too...normally call the crner shop...the noodle shop

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  15. I love the wantan mee here...and the sar hor fun too! Hehehe

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  16. Penang is food heaven, just cincai go into any kopitiam, you will find good food. But, if you know where to find the best food in Penang, then lagi shiok.

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  17. fried oyster? never thought of it fried
    haha

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  18. well all dishes seems great, but i think
    that satay was the best for me

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    1. and if it is quite sweet! i probably
      love it indeed

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    2. LOL....Satay will be the most similar food to your country

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  19. have a great and god blessed day small kucing
    take care always and god bless you

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  20. This place looks like it had good food

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    1. Yup...one of the food haven in Penang

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  21. hey... u all ordered my share of food too??? Sorry, I couldnt make it... I lose out a lot right? :)

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