Thursday, 16 September 2010

Liu Li Xiang Klang Bak Kut Teh @ Gottlieb Road, Penang

During one rainy day, hubby and I were undecided what to have for dinner. And when we drove past Liu Li Xiang Klang Bak Kut Teh, we decided to drop in to try their foods. As we always passed through them but never have the chance to try it. And since it is rainy seasons, a pot of bak kut teh can warm us up.Liu Li Ciang Klang Bak Kut Teh should be no strangers to anyone as it has been operated for many years. It is located near Penang Chinese Girls' High School (PCGHS) @ Gottlieb Road, Penang.

Liu Li Xiang Klang Bak Kut Teh

Bak Kut Teh

Hubby ordered the bak kut teh and add more meat balls for my gal. She was very cold before she sip on the bak kut teh soup. After the first sip, she cannot resist for more as it could warm her up. She always loves the soup. Guess that soup base suits her taste buds.

Kerabu Bean curd

While ordering the bak kut teh, hubby was asked whether he would like to add on some additional dishes. Since we were pretty hungry, hubby decided to try the kerabu bean curd. We were told that this dish is one of the popular dishes. And we were not regret to order it. In fact we love it very much. The bean curd was deep fried and was coated with kerabu plus their special sauce.

Stir fry kailan with garlic

Usually we will order some greens for our meal and this time round, hubby order stir fry kailan as my gal enjoys eating the stem of kailan. ^0^Yam Rice

Hubby and I try their yam rice. And it is a bit too mushy for me.

White Rice

My gal always loves white rice. So order this for her. ^-^
Overall, it is a comfort foods for us during a rainy day. And foods are not bad.

3 comments:

Duckie said...

tried before. not bad :)

Waco said...

Oh~ last time I went to Youth Park hiking and hungry after that... pass by this restaurant and not sure nice or not... and at the end I ate at other place. Looks like I can visit it next time.

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

Duckie and Waco - Yup.... give it a try! ^-^

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