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Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Another Halal Venue :-)

Food Rating            :     3.5 stars
Value for Money     :     Er ...
Ambience               :     Nice & Cosy
Don't Drink Kopi O, Drink Coconut Water
Kompleks Makanan Persiaran Gurney
Brunch. Lunch & Tea Time

Closed On Fridays
 GPS Coordinates : N5.434161   E100.314981

 Nice place to relax and a good place to bring your halal friends.  Just try to be careful and DO NOT behave like a tourist.  However, if you are a tourist and it is obvious to everyone that you are, then too bad, you might be over charged if you are not lucky...
Nope, just make you know what you have chosen for your mix and match pasembur and be very specific about your order, make it obvious that you are looking at the price list.  Should be no problem if you do that :-)

Also here you have the famous Edgecumbe Road Mee Goreng. Also you have a choice of Mee Rebus.  Very reasonably priced for the regular ones.  Just make sure you don't simply add this and add that, the calculations may differ ... need to be street smart when we eat street food, right?
RM 3.50 for a normal Mee Goreng, nice :-)
Don't forget to order a glass of coconut water or try the 3 layer iced  tea
There is also a Malay stall selling fried rice and noodles, I have not tried it for a while but I think it should be good, recollecting the last time I treid the Nasi Goreng Paprik and also seeing many people waiting for their turn. 

Overall, this is a very nice place to have a  tea break and relax. If you are a tourist staying at the Gurney Drive stretch, it is worth your while taking a short walk along Gurney Drive and trying out the local street food.
Just be careful and make sure you are not carrying a sling bag and become easy victim to the street snatchers...


uncleBotak said...

On Halal food, my childhood favourite was Dawood!
I was told the chef there actually came out on his own to start his own food stall after it has closed down.
Wonder you have heard of this or better still tried it?

Penang Foodie said...

I will ask the older Foodies and get back to you

Penang Foodie said...

Here's a reply from a fellow Foodie

Shamirah Rawther has left a new comment on your post "Another Halal Venue :-)":

Dawood is still under operation at a smaller shop right next to the big building where it used to be. I find the food still good compared to many other restaurants :)