Tuesday, 5 May 2009

Koay Teow Thn'g @ Maxwell Road, Penang

Hubby and I have been wondering about this hawker stall along Maxwell Road, Penang for quite some time. We wonder why there are quite number of people patronise this place each time we passed by.
So we decided to give it a try during one weekend. We managed to get a car park opposite the Koay Teow Thn'g Stall. And since we are not too sure what they are offering, so we take a look of other customer tables. Then we roughly have the idea of what to order.
Koay Teow Thn'g Stall
Friendly uncle is busy preparing food.
Hubby order the following for us:
Bee Hoon Thn'g
This is my gal order. She loves bee hoon thn'g very much and furthermore she likes the textures of this been hoon. She almost finished this bowl of bee hoon soup and she told me that it tastes nice.
Koay Teow Mee Thn'g
Hubby always opt for koay teow mee thn'g or bee hoon thn'g most of the time. And this bowl is a "BIG" bowl. As hubby is very hungry. He finished it very quickly and told me that it tastes not bad.
Where is my order???? Da Da Da Da......... mine is special....... it's....
Dry Koay Teow
Since I saw the stall write dry koay teow, off course I need to try it out, right? I am so happy that I try this out. I love it very much. And the chilli paste is something special. I mix the chilli into my bowl of dry koay teow. I thought it will be spicy but out of surprise it is not too spicy but the chili paste give some sort of flavour in there. As before I added the chillies paste, I try the original flavour first. And both have different flavour and aroma. I will certainly going back for this stall whenever i want to have dry koay teow.
Apart from that I also try the soup. As for my dry koay teow, it comes with a bowl of soup and 2 fish ball. The soup is the same taste as the bee hoon and koay teow mee thn'g that both my gal and hubby had. And it tastes nice.
Furthermore, it is very cheap too. Guess how much we pay for our meal? 1 ordinary bee hoon thn'g, 1 ordinary koay teow thn'g and 1 big serve koay teow mee thn'g?
The answer is only RM6.50.
Do drop by this stall and try it out. There are also hokkien mee stall there but since after having the dry koay teow , I am too full so will try it out next time. ^-^
As we cannot find the name of this road, hubby asked the uncle. And uncle told us is call Maxwell Road.
Direction: If you come from Lebuhraya Jelutong, turn left to Jalan Magazine. Turn right on the second road. You will see some hawker stall on the road site. Maxwell Road is located slightly opposite to Kedai Makanan 3368. It is also the way lead to the old market.


Selba said...

Dry Koay Teow? Is it fried one? It's kinda new to me.

SimpleGirl said...

hmm, i also feel like trying the dry KTT after reading your write up....in fact, i prefer the dry one than the soup one haha

New Kid on the Blog said...

ok, will sure visit this stall. :)

jenn@slim-shoppin said...

I love chili paste in dishes like that, it makes it taste so great. I love your pictures, its kind of like being able to see where you live!

Thanks for sharing

Not2Eat said...

I still prefer the 1 in Sg. Nibong for the Koay Teow Thn'g! :)

gill gill said...

wah, dry koay teow wor....my favorite! sure will pay a visit in the near future. thanks for sharing

allie said...

RM6.50? That's cheap.. Will try this in future.. :)

cariso said...

Cheap! Sao tou!

email2me said...

Another great discovery of KTT. XD

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

Selba - It's not fried. It's dry like kolok mee. Have a try if you have a chance. ^-^

SimpleGirl - really? Then have a try the dry type. ^-^

NKOTB - Will wait to see your review. ^-^

jenn@slim-shoppin - Thank you for dropping by. ^-^ And thanks for your comments. Yes.... indeed it tastes different with the chilli paste. ^-^

Not2eat - That's also one of my favourite KTT. ^-^ And thanks for dropping by. ^-^

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

gill gill - You like dry koay teow too? ^-^ Yeah drop by when you are in that area.

allie - yes.... it's very cheap. ^-^

cariso - good.... ^-^

email2me - yeah.... some where in the hidden place. ^-^

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