Come to second night in penang, we try out this place in Tanjung Bungah and its quite easy to find if you coming from Batu Ferringhi you will saw the Swimming Pool on your left hand side. Futher up a bit you can see a low cost flat on your right and there is a traffic light there, turn left on that traffic light as you can see a red signboard “Tai Pak Kong Temple” (note that the wording is in mandarin). Go straight in till you see the temple as the restaurant is next to the temple facing the sea.
The view there is not consider very nice but you can enjoy nice food beside the seaside is consider a very good view right… too bad there is no beach for a walk else will be more good feel. Quite surprise that this restaurant have different stall for different kind of food, although all is seafood. We order 3 dishes that is fried lala, kong po mantis shrimp and vege. I miss understood Boon Tau that he mention is steam crab and I thought is mantis shrimp, so order the wrong one but I find all this food so delicious but a bit pricey.
After dinner not much place to go and we went to Batu Ferringhi again to buy some DVD’s :), as it selling dirt cheap so what are you waiting for… right. We walk on that street around 1 and half hours then we went to Lorong Baru at the corner there have a lot of food stalls. For easy to find this place, look for Sunway Hotel as is it same row with it. We like the Ho Chien and Popiah there, we been there for 2 nites just for the fried oyster. We pack the fried oyster and drive back to hotel enjoying while relaxing.
The next morning we pack our thing and prepare to back home. Cheah and Alex is one of my customer was around that area and he bring us to Pulau Tikus for breakfast as he was penang lang quite known the nice place.
I had Prawn Mee and order some pan cake as we seldom see on kopitiam selling those. After breakfast we heading back to KL and that’s our trip to penang and hopefully will travel more place to post more good food places.
Special Thanks to:
1) Boon Tau
2) Cheah Foo Liang
Courtesy : Penang