Saturday, September 25, 2010

Food excursion (part 3, final part)

I guess I just have to include this in as this is the first time I ate something different.

My brother-in-law took us to this lovely restaurant famous for its steamed fish and kway teow dish. We went round and round in circles just looking for the place. He had to call a friend to ask for the location but was given the wrong road. Just as we were about to give up, we passed by this place at the lane next to where we were supposed to go. Luckily my sister spotted it as we were passing by. It's located on the ground floor of two cramped shoplots.

Parking was a little difficult as it was also drizzling. The place was packed with people and we had to wait for about 10 minutes before we had a table. We order three simple dishes for our group fo 4 adults and 3 children.

Steamed fish with big pieces of kway teow, cut and sprinkled with some fried garlic. This is something special for us and it's quite delicious.

Fish mee hoon claypot soup. Cooked with lots of serai (lemongrass). The dish smells good and the fish is very fresh. The kids love this very much. They had second helping too.

Stir-fried bittergourd and roast pork.

Restaurant details :
Wang Chau Jun
Address : 73, Jalan Rangoon  (it's a one way street, and the restaurant is on your left)
Business hours : 8am – 2.30 pm, closed on Tuesday
Contact number : 012-5559046 & 012-4709549


Health Freak Mommy said...

Lemon grass fish noodles, that's unique! Where about in Penang is this place?

Babysmooches said...

it's on Rangoon Road, Png. It's quite good.

zmm said...

Rangoon road...hmmm..
looks good.. and different.

Babysmooches said...

Agnes, it is different and nice too. somewhere in town, don't know how to get there cos my brother-in-law took us there. I think it's on GPS. :P

Alice Law said...

Delicious spread of food, next time must drop by this place when we visit Penang!


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