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Pitt Street Koay Teow Th'ng @ Carnavon Street, Penang

Confused with my post's title? Why there are Pitt street and Carnavon street? Right, they were moved from Pitt Street to Carnavon Street, just few shop away from Ping Hooi coffee shop that you get your tiger char koay teow. Tauke told us that their shop always full house and sold out around noon during the weekend. Despite they are famous for their eel fish ball, I find their handmade pork fillet is way greater.

The eel fish ball was expected to be not as bouncy as those you usually eat. Pork fillet, pork lard and lettuce were garnished on top the bed of koay teow too (RM 3.50/bowl). I found the koay teow should come in smaller portion but with more ingredients as it drawn us to jelakness towards the end. If you love their handmade pork fillets, you may opted for extra by ordering their ala carte.

Depends on personal preference, you may have their dry version. What noteworthy is their special homemade chilies. You will find chopped garlic, fresh lime juice and soy sauce inside. My style of appreciating this chilies is throwing them into the soup, let the chilies blend with the thick broth.

Pitt Street Koay Teow Th'ng
83, Carnavon Street, 10100, Penang, Malaysia
 +6017- 479 3208/ +6017- 4773419
Operation Hour: 8am - 4pm; 8am to 1pm on Sunday (Closed on Monday)
Landmark: Few shop away from Tiger's Char Koay Teow
Location map refer here.


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