I had dinner with Criz and friends last night. One of my friends said, “Waco usually very efficient one! This restaurant’s blog probably in his blog tonight.” 😯 Dunno is teasing or what… Anyway, guess is time for me to get back to business – blogging. Today, I bring you to one of the Choo Char restaurant recommended by Criz – Chin Bee at Lebuh Noordin (a.k.a Ji Tiao Lor 二条路).
Timesquare Penang… IMHO it is still very empty even though with Sunshine City moved in. Most probably you are the only customer if you dining in during weekday. There was a cafe in which I visited last year – Golden J&C, in which I feel that it has its specialty despite of being “ignored” most of the time due to location.
One of my ex-colleague who lost contact for more than a year suddenly IM me. She now works in KL and she still knows my latest status by reading my blogs :shy: At least now I know I got some loyal “divers” (those visited but rarely leave comments) and this encouraged me to write more. Anyway, this is an old but not-bad Nyonya restaurant I visited in Malacca during last Xmas holiday – Bayonya.
Char Moey (Fried Porridge) – A dish hard to find in some areas, is now available in Tanjung Tokong . Unlike normal porridge, it is mildly fried to brown color with pork and the fragrant from wok. I was introduced by my friend to try it one day.
My relatives returned from Australia and would like to try seafood. From my memory, good seafood with reasonable price in Penang island usually don’t have aircond. Most probably you will end up standing with left hand holding crab, right hand holding hammer, with a tuala on your shoulder to absorb sweat. After deep consideration, I ended up inviting them to Everyday Supreme located inside Red Rock Hotel.
Sizzling Oyster (RM24.00)! It is oysters on a thin layer of egg put into a hot plate. Yummy~ I had tried many fried oyster around but not this one in Ocean Green Restaurant (海洋青海鲜楼).
It was one of the Wednesday when I enjoyed this “Rum Raisin” (my favorite) and “Maui Brownie Madness” (chocolate ice yogurt with fudge) double scope ice-creams from one of the Baskin Robbins outlets here at the price of only RM7.90.
Chinese New Year is all about re-union. A group of food bloggers, including me, were having “re-union” in one of the restaurants at D’Piazza, Bayan Baru. Food bloggers come and go (some gave up blogging, some simply :imdead: due to food poisoning). It would be grateful if similar faces are still there during new year.