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Sunday, 14 July 2013

Best Fried Rice in Penang

Tho Yuen Restaurant 
 Operation hours: 6:00am – 3:00pm (Closed on Tuesdays)
                                              Contact: 04-261 4672
                                              Address:92, Campbell Street, 10100 Penang
                                              GPS: 5° 41′ 82.35″ N, 100° 33′ 32.96″ E

Just the sight of the fried rice will make your mouth water.
Why is it ranked the Best in Penang ?
Not too dry ...
Not too oily ...
Perfect 'Wok Hei' ...
Plenty of 'Liao' ...
Excellent !
Super Yum ... please try it ...
If you are a local and have avid photographers as friends they would have taken shots of Old Penang here.
Ambience is superb just as you sip your chinese tea and enjoy the hustle bustle of the restaurant.
Just try not to look down on the sticky floor ...
It has been around for four generations now and is still growing strong :-)
While you are there, try the chicken too ...
Don't forget the chilli sauce.
One of the best in town.

This is a local delicacy.
It is like shark fins soup with noodles inside.
Very few places sell it now.
'Hou thou noodles'
Another MUST try!
This restaurant also sells dim sum in the wee hours of the morning.
Dim Sum is average.
If you are catching an early flight, here is a place where you can have something to eat before leaving for the airport as they open pretty early.

High ceiling for good ventilation.

Excellent ambience.
Good for locals and definitely recommended for tourists.
Happy week ahead, folks ...

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