Thursday, July 07, 2016

Eel Balls Kway Teow Soup in Penang 槟城鳗鱼丸粿条汤

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Early morning on the second day, I opted for a bowl of soupy noodles after a night of heavy meals. Walked to Carnarvon Street for my favourite bowl of kway teow tng (flat rice noodle soup).

Love the soft, bouncy eel balls at Pitt Street Koay Teow Thng. The shop was packed to the brim when we arrived that morning. We opted for the soup version as I like its sweet soup boiled with chicken, pork and duck bones.

Kway teow soup with pork fillet, lard, fried shallots, garlic oil is RM4 per bowl (normal)

The eel balls go well with their special chilli dip of chopped red and green chillis, garlic, soy sauce and a tinge of lime.

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In a corner of the same shop was a table displaying some cakes. A staff recommended the homemade walnut cakes (RM2 each), egg tart and walnut biscuits. We bought one of each to try. Egg tart was so-so. The crunchy walnut biscuits (RM8 per pack) were delicious.

Pitt Street Koay Teow Thng
183 Carnarvon Street
Tues – Sat : 8 am to 4.30 pm; Sun 8 am to 1 pm
Closed on Mondays

槟城鳗鱼丸粿条汤 -椰脚街粿条汤》 沓田仔街

很特别的鳗鱼丸, 老板林郑来采用鳗鱼肉自制的鱼丸。 我喜欢汤头味道清甜。粿条分量不多,我胃口小可以吃完一碗。



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