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Monday, 8 October 2012

Treasures of Kampung Malabar - Brunch/Lunch

Overall Food Rating (Brunch/Lunch)      :    4.0 / 5.0 stars
Kopi O Rating                                          :    Only 2    stars
Value for money                                       :    4.0 stars
Ambience  -  Dirty                                              

So, where is this Kampung Malabar?  One of the side roads along Penang Road. Kampung Malabar, Penang.  Google Map GPS : 5.419335,100.33225

If you have guests and have no time hopping for street food this is a good pit stop.  Or you are a tourist passing by and wish to have a taste of everything.

This is Part 1 of "Treasures of Kampung Malabar".  You can have brunch or lunch here and then come back in the evening for dinner or supper.  Dinner or supper varieties are totally different.

I grown up here and literally see these people looking older and older as their food becomes tastier and tastier. 

So, lets start with the chicken rice here.  It is cooked by a Hainanese
chicken rice chef with years of experience.  Try the rice, so fragrant.
This is one of the many hainan chicken rice stalls available.
At 1.30pm most of the chicken is gone ...

Spare parts anyone - gizzard, liver and heart
Rarely you can find these homemade chinese sausages these days

Ah Por - Chicken Rice Man

Ah Chua lor bak

Make sure you don't miss this one.  If you are too full after trying the other stuff, don't worry he is still around during dinner time.

Must try the deep fried yam and prawn fritters.
My all time favourite has to be the taiwan sausages, ok this one is nothing special ....

Seriously, you don't need to pay RM8 for a plate of Char Kuay Teow, this one is RM 3.50 with 3 large prawns.  Taste good, of course I have the best in mind, I will feature in another post, and 'no' it is not the one I heard you thinking in your head.

Beef balls by Ang Ku Chai also taste delicious.  He used to have the beef tendon balls many years back ...

This is one thing I don't like about this coffee shop, if you don't order drinks they will charge you 40 cents, ridiculous or what!  The 'kopi o peng' boleh tahan ... not great, when you come at night go to the neighbouring coffee shop, it is a little bit cleaner, just a teeny weeny bit though.

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