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Missing some local Penang food after some few months away from this town of food haven? Fret not as you could easily either drive down or take a bus at your own comfort to reach this state, but best at off peak season. That surely ensure you a pleasant foodie getaway from those crowded tourist. I always enjoy Penang’s version of Prawn Mee, for its irreplaceable sweet prawn-based soup. It is very intense and thick. Usually it would be paired with slices of hard-boiled egg, some thinly sliced fres
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Missing some local Penang food after some few months away from this town of food haven? Fret not as you could easily either drive down or take a bus at your own comfort to reach this state, but best at off peak season. That surely ensure you a pleasant foodie getaway from those crowded tourist.

I always enjoy Penang’s version of Prawn Mee, for its irreplaceable sweet prawn-based soup. It is very intense and thick. Usually it would be paired with slices of hard-boiled egg, some thinly sliced fresh prawn meat with springy noodles and vermicelli. For soup preference, I always love to go with ‘lo cham teng’ ^_^
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