to share the culinary skills of the different cultures of my country to the world
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
We had breakfast at Sentosa Corner, before we start our journey to Penang island. Last night, wedding's dinner party was a grand affair but the food was mediocre-imagined, promfret fish Teo Chew style and Tom yam prawns as dinner food! Sentosa Corner is located at the traffic lights junction of Jalan Kulim, Bukit Mertajam, right next to a market and the Sentosa food court.The place was buzzing with people, when we reached there. Most of the food are priced between rm3-rm4/-pretty affordable. A word of caution-the toilet floor is a bit slippery. Parking is ample.
The front of the shop.
Mee rebus-with rice vermicelli, fried bean curd, crackers,-was sweet and tangy
Fried kway teow-with shrimps, bean sprouts, Chinese chive-was average-nothing to shout about!
Loh-bak-pandan chicken, meat roll,bean curd and prawn fritters-was the best that i ever eaten- immensely satisfying.
Kway teow th'ng- soup was clear-thick wide noodle was smooth-with fish ball, seaweed, minced pork and sliced fish cake.