Continue from Day 1 – Hotel Asia
After finish our bath, I and LY head straight out of the hotel for dinner. We choose Restaurant Langkawi Sunshine at Kuah town. Just after we reached and sat down, it started to rain heavily, which totally messed up our plan to visit the night market.
Since beer is really cheap at Langkawi, I already wallop 1 can of Budweiser while ordering our food.
Kam Heong Crab which tasted not bad. 7.0/10
Fried Yau Mak with Fu Yue is above average too. 7.2/10
Posted in Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Kedah, Langkawi, Location, Malaysia, Restaurant (Cuisine), Restaurant (F&D)
- Tagged crab, fish, langkawi, Restaurant Langkawi Sunshine, yau mak
I had visit Danok quite a few times, but it’s really really a boring place, unless you are here for you know what.
I usually came here for few hours only and I am back.
However, for the first ever time, I decided to overnight here.
One of the many fried chicken stall. Yummy if you don’t mind the cleanliness.
And no, it’s not what you think. My mum and LY are with me…….
Sticky rice with mango, which my mum loveeee…..
Posted in Crab, Cuisine, Dannok, Desert, Food and Drinks, Fried Chicken, Location, Restaurant (F&D), Thai, Thailand, Travelling
- Tagged crab, danok, fried chicken, pork leg, thailand
Thanks to Axian, I get to know this place, the famous Good Friend Seafood at far far other end of George Town, Teluk Kumbar. Since I don’t know where the hell is Teluk Kumbar, it took me more than an hour to reach there from George Town. I blame my stupid GPS to the max as it didn’t ask me to U-turn but lead me to make a huge huge round until I need to pass by Queensbay Mall twice! Duhhhh!
However, upon reaching there, it makes me feel awesome. Although the beach here ain’t the best in Penang, neither is the sand is white and soft, nor the sea is crystal clear, but it do gives a very nice feeling. Firstly it’s a fish village, and the owner of Good Friend Seafood are fisherman for the past few generations. You can see loads of fishing boat line up along the beach. Secondly, the restaurant is located at the beach itself, and being able to dine at a beach is really wonderful!
Posted in Balik Pulau, Chinese, Cuisine, Dai Chao, Food and Drinks, Location, Malaysia, Penang, Restaurant (Cuisine), Satay
- Tagged Balik Pulau, beach, chi lei, clam, crab, Dinner, Food, Malaysia, non Halal, Penang, Satay, seafood, stingray, Teluk Kumbar