Cozy in a Rocket is a cafe along Armenian Street where we sought refuge from the sun after chasing the street art of Georgetown. It is decorated with so many quirky and vintage furniture that I would be hard-pressed to name my favourite piece.
I over-exposed these on my rangefinder badly, but I kind of like how dreamy they turned out. Dreamy is after all not how I would normally describe the colours of Penang.
Soya bean milk and salted egg pastry from Ming Xiang Tai 名香泰
Tandoori chicken, a dish of roast chicken made with yoghurt and spices.
Nasi kandar, a rice dish served with a variety of curries, meat, and vegetables. If you would like your rice to come with a combination of curries on the menu, request for the Nasi Campur.
Otah, a dish made of fish paste and spices that is wrapped in banana leaves.
Lor Mee. Simply put, it is a noodle dish with thick gravy, served with braised egg and meat.
My recent photographs on the Ektar 100 didn’t turn out too well, and it got me checking out my past rolls of Ektar pictures, including these taken at the Pulau Tikus Market in Penang. The Siam laksa above is my favourite Penang dish, and it is reason enough for me to visit Penang again.