As the craze for fish based steamboats slowly subsides, another new trend is on the rise. Hou Mei Wo Steamboat that originates from Ipoh, introduces Pork Bone Steamboat! They started with the 1st branch at Elit Avenue, Bayan Lepas and now they are opening their 2nd branch at town area which is at Lorong Selamat. They are somewhere near to the end of Lorong Selamat, opposite the low cost flats and on your left side.
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KayaButter believe that many Penangnites have already known about this burger van. We heard that the Chinese uncle has been selling burger at the same exact spot for around 20 years++. He is famously known as the Uncle Burger, the Chinese Uncle Burger, the Hillside Burger, The Many Onion Burger and so on. KayaButter found out his name at his van and he is actually Mr Wong. 🙂
I am overjoyed to be invited by Jen Hotel to their Mooncake Tasting Event and Lantern Making Workshop. I am even more happy that they allow me to bring along my mom. The Jen Hotel is introducing 4 new varieties, which are Double Yolk White Lotus, Black Sesame Paste with Custard Paste, Chocolate Paste with Macadamia and Walnut and Latte Paste with Orange Paste.
On the 1st of August 2015, Urban Republic’s second outlet has just opened in Queensbay Mall. In case for those of you who don’t know, Urban Republic is owned by CG Computers Sdn Bhd which is also the owner of the 1st ever Apple Premium Service Provider in Malaysia and also the largest Apple Premium Reseller in the northern Peninsular Malaysia.
A new restaurant has taken over the shophouse that previously houses Money Houz which KayaButter blogged about last time. Two of the owners of Money Houz remained and they reopened the restaurant as Asam Belai. You will find some of the previous design and decoration in the shophouse. The most prominent change will be the signboard which says ‘Asam Belai, seafood in the pot’ for now. This is their 2nd branch as the main branch is somewhere in Jelutong market area
Coffee Stall No. 76 Kaya Butter Toast & Nasi Lemak & Kopi Peng @ Batu Lanchang Market Food Court, Penang
Today, KayaButter is going to introduce to our readers a local joint for breakfast at Batu Lanchang. KayaButter found out that many of the patrons are working people who come here to have breakfast before going to work. The stall is famous for its kopi, kopi shake, kaya butter toast and nasi lemak. These are the essentials of a typical Malaysian breakfast.
Yes, this whole week will all be about Perak Road famous food. This time, KayaButter wish to introduce one more famous stall in Perak Road which sell this ubiquitous food in Malaysia called economy rice or what the locals call it as kin chey pui or what our KL counterparts call it as chap fan.
Yo, Penangnites! There’s something sweet and awesome brewing around the corner in the Lower Ground Floor, 1st Avenue Penang. Yes, 1st Avenue Penang is organising a Cafe & Bakery Fair from 7th August to 9th August 2015, 10am-10pm. You can get to see and taste many different types of coffees and cakes. Besides that, you can also enquire about franchising opportunities, work opportunity, partnership opportunity and everything related with these two categories.
Penangnites take note! There’s a special event coming over to Penang today (24th July 2015). Last time, we used to wait for the ice cream vendors to come to our place to buy ice cream right? So, for one day which is TODAY, Penangnites can get their ice cream delivered to their place by Ubers instead of tricycles or motorbikes for a stipulated time which is 11am-5pm.
KayaButter is on fire with Perak Road famous food and delicacies. After introducing the all-time famous Kim Leng loh mee, KayaButter are going to introduce another Penang delicacy that is famous among the locals staying in Perak Road area which is Pancake Corner 加料万煎羔.
Today, KayaButter are going to introduce to our readers, the all-time famous Loh Mee in Penang. Loh Mee is a Chinese dish believed to be created by a chef at Hock Choon Kee in Ulu Yam, Selangor. He modified a dish that he had tasted in Singapore many years ago.