Saturday, January 25, 2014

Penang hawker fare @ New Lane

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.


The system here is that you place your order at the stall, they will give you a number and when your food arrives, you pay for the food and return the number to them.


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)

Deep fried chicken

Sotong kangkung (Cuttlefish salad)
Char kway teow
Popiah with century egg (recommended)
Heko (shrimp paste sauce) chee cheong fun (highly recommended!)
Prawn noodles
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
New Lane Hawker Street
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)

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