Harvest Times is another branch of Harvest In that has to be opened to accommodate their ever expanding customer base. Harvest Times is just a stone throw away from Harvest In. You will find a lot of similarity between Harvest Times and Harvest In. And this time the parking space in front of their restaurant is bigger and can accommodate more cars. There is more space for al-fresco dining at Harvest Times.
[Part 2] Noor & Dean’s Cafe Espresso Bar & Asian Fusion & Noordin Street House @ Noordin Street, Georgetown, Penang!
*This is a continuation of the Part 1 of Noor & Dean’s Cafe & Noordin Street House review. If you missed the Part 1, click here* After a hearty meal, we are given a...
[Part 1] Noor & Dean’s Cafe Espresso Bar & Asian Fusion & Noordin Street House @ Noordin Street, Georgetown, Penang!
So, KayaButter were invited by TourDirections Penang, a directory portal of all things Penang that includes food, accommodation and places of attractions, for a food review session at Noor & Dean Cafe, located at Noordin Street (双裕楼) @ Lebuh Noordin. Butter can’t make it that day because she has a class at WOU that time. 🙁
One of the staple food that Penangnites eat for their lunch or dinner will be the ubiquitous chicken rice. Hainanese chicken rice is very famous in South East Asian countries especially Malaysia and Singapore. This is a must try dish if you are in Malaysia or Singapore. Today, KayaButter are going to introduce to my readers, a famous chicken rice that KayaButter always patronize. This is a very famous chicken rice stall in Penang with a lot of our local newspapers such as The Star, Sin Chew and so on, featured this stall before.
This is one of Kaya’s mum favorite lor mee stall in Penang. Located opposite or some will call it as besides the Penang very famous temple, Goddess of Mercy Temple or the locals will call it as Kuan Yin Teng (Hokkien Language). The Kuan Yin temple will be very busy every 1st and 15th of the lunar month. Full of her devotees who will worship her and also other gods and goddesses there.
So, my mother in-law invited us for an early morning dim sum together with my father in-law. Dim sum is one of Chinese’s favorite breakfast. Kaya will call is as a premium breakfast since many of the dim sum restaurants have raised its prices since the prices of petrol, sugar and recently the purported water rate hike and God knows what else more. Some dim sum restaurant maintained the quality of their offerings but some reduced their quality despite the price increase. We chose Dian Xin Zhi Jia because of its affordable prices. Taste wise? Read on.
After hearing our pastor mentioning about the famous ak thui mee suah (literally means duck drumstick vermicelli) and the famous cham peng (a drink you can order in many coffee shops around Penang that means iced coffee mixed with milk tea), we arranged our time to go and eat it again. Yes, KayaButter have been here a few times but always didn’t find the chance to blog about it.
Project Occupy Beach Street takes place at Beach Street every Sunday. As it is a no-car-day for Penang every Sunday, partial of the road are closed down for people to walk around, cycling and other non-car-activities, such as performances. Be sure you go early or you have to park your car further and walk here.
Three Sixty Degree is Penang’s first skybar and the latest ‘in’ place to be for clubbers and pub-goers. Awesome panaromic view, nice sea breeze, great drinks and no more stale smoke environment.
KayaButter believe that many are wondering where is this mural painting of YAB Lim Guan Eng eating Hokkien Mee, after seeing them in Instagrams or Facebook. After some searching and asking around, KayaButter finally found the place. This is not the same as the one in Penang 3D Museum called Made in Penang. That one is YAB Lim Guan Eng having coffee and wearing white shirt. Let KayaButter show you where. 🙂