Normally, we non-locals would head straight to Gurney Drive but locals recommend New Lane for better Penang hawker fare. And so, New Lane it was for us.
There were many stalls hawking a variety of local fare. There was a continuous stream of diners from all walks of life, too.
We found a table and then took turns to order food. We stopped at every stall to order one serve of every thing.
And boy, did we just order non-stop!
If you are feeling a little hungry and it is late at night now, please do not scroll down any further. You will regret it.
From here onwards, I shall let the photos do more of the describing...
|Char kway kak (Fried radish cake)|
|Ikan bakar (Grilled fish)|
|Sotong kangkung (Cuttlefish salad)|
|Char kway teow|
|Popiah with century egg (recommended)|
|Heko (shrimp paste sauce) chee cheong fun (highly recommended!)|
|Pork and pig intestines satay|
|O-jian or oyster omelette|
|Curry laksa with pig's blood jelly|
|Ais kacang with a dollop of optional strawberry ice-cream|
Lorong Baru (New Lane), Off Jalan Macalister (Macalister Road), 10040 Georgetown, Penang.
*Look for Sunway Hotel
Daily 5:00pm to 11:00pm
**Cash only (duh)