Wednesday, 3 February 2010

Lebuh Kimberley Koay Teow Thn'g (next to Bee Chin Heong)

First of all, I would like to apologize to my readers of FoOd PaRaDiSe as I have been very busy lately as since CNY is around the corner and I am busy with the cleaning, baking and also busy helping friends with hamper. With all the things to do on hand, I have no chance to sit down and check my emails and also do any blog hopping.
Since I have settled most of the things, I decide to relax myself with a cuppa and do this blog. ^-^
After searching from my draft folder and I saw this Koay Teow Thn'g and decided to share with my readers. I have been to this stall for many years but did not really blog about this place until my last visit there. Sometime I tend to forgot to blog about the place that I often visited. As I always thought that I have blog about the place.
This place is very easy to locate. This stall is situated in a service road of Lebuh Kimberley, just before Bee Chin Heong. You will never missed the place as normally there will be full of people. Usually we went there quite early to have our breakfast there during weekend as it would be easy to get a car park. Normally we will park our car in the service road.
What do you expect to get from this stall? Well, apart from KTT, Koay Tiaw Mee, Bee Hoon Thn'g, you can also order a plate of duck meats, braise chicken feet, blanched vegetables with oyster sauce and you can also order some of the specialty (such as duck drumstick and other duck specialties) which you have to enquire with them.
So during our last visit, we ordered:
A Plate of duck meat
The duck meat that you get here is very tender and if you cannot take the duck meat smell, I recommend that you have a try this duck meat. As you will be thinking that you are having some chicken instead.
Braised Chicken Feet with mushroom
If you like tender braised chicken feet then you could give this place a try. Which I found that the chicken feet cook to a perfect timing. As you can see from the photos that the chicken feet still look firm rather than lumpy. But when you put into your mouth, you will feel the tenderness. So does the mushrooms.
Bee Hoon Thn'g and Koay Tiaw Thn'g
For me, with one bowl of bee hoon thn'g I am already satisfied since the broth are full of aroma. I think I don't have to describe any more. As you can see that from your eyes. And my gal likes the fish ball in this stall as well. Oh yes, you can also order a bowl of fish ball too if you like springy and not salty fish ball very much.
Koay Tiaw Mee Thn'g
Hubby and my sis in law will normally order koay tiaw mee thn'g as they like the combination very much.
If you feel like having some hot and pipping KTT, why don't you pop over to this place and give it a try. But please go early as it will become very hot when it's getting late. For your information, it is open air. ^-^
You can see my review back in 2007, here.


♥peachkins♥ said...

chicken feet is good anytime of the day!

wenn said...

i love the mushrooms more than the chicken feet.

hApPy HaPpY said...

Good tips, I am gathering info for this trip back to Penang soon.

New Kid on the Blog said...

Oh...busy la??!! So, where's the CNY cookies?? :)

Selba said...

So interesting to see a new way of cooking chicken feet with mushroom. Must try someday!

SimpleGirl said...

KTT is Penang speciality la...but I am so so with it...anyway, happy preparing for CNY...

cariso said...

ME too absent long from blogging. I just had my KTT at this stall last week! Very hot sitting there though.

allie said...

Glad to see you back in blogging! busy with baking? Got spare some for us, bloggers? :P

taufulou said...

miss pg koey teow thing..
u baking? i want to try too..;p

Big Boys Oven said...

Gong hei ! Gong Hei! have a great time this festive!

from us, Sunny & Sid :)

Big Boys Oven said...

Gong hei Gong hei from us both sunny & Sid! :0

carolyn said...

hmm its quite interesting and different way of cooking chicken feet with mushroom. will definitely give a try!

Waco said...

Koay Tiaw + Yellow Noodle + Half Boiled Egg on top is my favorite "Koay Tiao Th'ng". The food looks yummy. Gong Xi Fa Cai.

Japanese Cooking Recipes said...

Firstly, Happy CNY. I enjoy your sharing, ya, been there before, the KTT is delicious!!

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

peachkins - yes, to those who loves it. ^-^

wenn - the mushroom are very tender. ^-^

hApPy HaPpY - Hope you do try this in your last trip back here. ^-^

NKOTB - Ya busy..... the CNY cookies are all gone. ^-^

Selba - Yes, you should make an effort to visit Penang one day. ^-^

SimpleGirl - Happy CNY to you too!

cariso - Go there early next time. ^-^

allie - hahhaa.... next time ya! ^-^

taufulou - next time ya! ^-^

BBO - Gong Xi Fa Cai to both of you.

carolyn - Yes please give it a try and thanks for dropping by.

Waco - Go and try it yourself one day. Gong Xi Fa Cai to you too!

Japanese Cooking Recipes - Happy CNY to you and your family too!Thanks for dropping by. ^-^

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