Lebuh Chulia Beef Noodle, ahhh my favorite, my lovely Beef Noodle. Whenever I go to a place for Beef Noodle, I will definitely compare with the one here, and until now, I still can’t find a place which served better version than the one here! It’s that good, at least for me!
Ahh….yummy. It’s full with different type of beef, tenderloin, sirloin, intestine, all is goodies goodie. The beef ball is very nice too. However, a nice bowl of beef noodle can only be good if the soup itself is good, and the one here never fails! It taste so beefy! 9.5/10
Posted in Beef Noodle, Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Fried Oyster (O-Cien), George Town, Hawker, Location, Malaysia, Penang
- Tagged Beef Noodle, Food, George Town, lebuh chulia, Lunch, Malaysia, non Halal, o-chien, Penang
If one pass by Macalister road at night, the hawker food stalls at New Lane will definitely caught your attention. It’s so loaded with choice of food. You can basically find almost all of famous Penang food there. If you can visit only 1 place at Penang for your dinner, and you want to try as much Penang food as possible, then New Lane is a highlyly recommended place.
However, since there is just so much to try, I will only blog 2 of the many many food here, which is the grilled chicken wing and fried oyster. Some of the other recommended food to try here is the Chu Chap Cheok (pork innards porridge) and the Char Koay Kak but those will be featured here later.
Posted in Chicken Wing, Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Fried Oyster (O-Cien), George Town, Hawker, Location, Malaysia, Penang
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Hock Chuan Heong, although it’s located at the ground floor of some old flats, but it still manage to pull a huge crowd to it every afternoon, mainly due to it’s oyster dishes.
Oyster noodle, 1 of their signature dish here. You can opt for all oyster or mix with some seafood. I absolutely love the noodle here, its very smooth, and the gravy is just great. Besides, the seafood used are fresh too, which makes another big plus for it. 7.9/10
Posted in Chinese, Cuisine, Dai Chao, Food and Drinks, Fried Oyster (O-Cien), George Town, Location, Malaysia, Penang, Restaurant (Cuisine)
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