The porridge is usually served with a generous amount of scallions and fried garlic.
Located just outside the Penang Snake Temple in Bayan Lepas, there is this food stall called Lim Kee Famous Seafood Porridge. Its popular porridge menu includes mixed seafood, prawns and fried grouper fish porridge (there is also an option for noodles). This stall is a popular dinner and supper place for the locals here.
It is closed on Wednesdays and usually opens from 5pm till 10:30pm.
Pictured here is a bowl of Hokkien Mee with extra chili paste.
One of the famous dinner time Hookkien mee stalls in George Town is the one at Presgrave Street. Sometimes known just as ‘prawn noodles’, it is a common hawker street food in Penang and a ‘must try’ for those who have been to Penang.
One of the most common mythical creatures in Chinese lore is the Qilin. Qilin looks like a cross-breed of a dragon and a giraffe although historically, Qilin was said to have originated from the giraffe. According to Chinese beliefs, Qilin is a divine creature that protects against evil and therefore, usually appears as sculptures or paintings in temples as well as in ancient Chinese architecture.
Noordin Street Ghaut is an extended stretch of Noordin Street in George Town.
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