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Sunday, 9 December 2012

Hutton Lane, Koay Teow Thing

Food Rating           :    4 stars

Kopi O Rating        :    4 stars
Value for Money    :    3.5 stars
Ambience              :     Spacious & Clean

Breakfast and Lunch
Closed on Wednesdays
7am to 1.30 pm

If you are a Koay Teow Thing lover, we can shake hands. I can eat Koay Teow Thing for breakfast everyday and will not get sick of it.  Always looking for a different style of this soup noodle.  I think there may be thousands of Koay Teow Thing stalls in Penang, so one can have a blog just on this street food.
So this one has been around for 3 generations.  Used to sell at the little lorong just behind the old Cathay cinema, now they have moved into a shop along Hutton Lane, a few shops away from the once well known Eden Steakhouse.
If you are into adding spare parts, like intestines (pork and duck), heart, blood, liver, gizzard etc ... this is the place to go.
RM 4.50 you add everything, very filling.
Not 100% authentic cause there is fish ball, sotong ball, pork ball.
I normally prefer the authentic ones.
Soup is not hot enough though.
RM 1.00 coffee is good :-) 
RM 5.50 for a very filling breakfast
These are all the spare parts that you can choose  from.
Mix and match to your own liking.
Ambience is good, nice and clean.
Smokers sit outside, everyone is happy.
Choice of modern table or old style ones, reminds you of the days when they were still at the lorong ...
Good breakfast or brunch venue, try it !

1 comment:

Daphne said...

His sister sells in the coffee shop opposite the Pulau Tikus Police Station