Instead of driving right up to the doorstep, a little walk often times allow us to discover other things as well. You tend to have a more leisurely pace to look around when you are on your slow trusty 2 feet.
This is supposed to be Beef Soup Noodle. The soup is really clear, not the 'murky' or broth-like usual beef soup that I get. . But the beef balls didn't taste beefy enough to me. Still, it was quite soothing on the stomach to start the day with clear soup.
Char Kway Teow in Penang... this is still better than any char kway teow I've eaten in Alor Setar. Penang char kway teow in Penang still rule anytime. This is Daughter's fare. Other Half and Son also ordered the chicken (char-siu) rice from one of the stalls in the kopitiam. It was just so-so.
But this is what caught our eyes! LOL! I supposed this is Manglish... and I wonder what's truly meant by 'modal' on this sign. Modals in English refer to verbs that behave irregularly. The proprietor runs this place via small irregular behaviour??? LOL! Anyway, I noticed that the coffee shop was not in want of customers... it was relatively busy during our short time there.
A little walk after breakfast to help digest our food brought us to alleys where food is sold and served. Our own little Penang-style alley dining.
The smell that was coming out from this Nasi Kandar alley really gets to you and makes you want to sit down and have a plate of nasi kandar.
And if someday I start to feel a little adventurous again, I might just do this... rent a motorbike and zip through the busy traffic of narrow Penang streets. Been a long time since my motorbike riding days in PJ.