Just around the corner from our guesthouse is a little eatery that had caught our attention from the first time we pushed our luggages past it. Ironically, its proximity is what made us repeatedly shelf our meal plans there. We finally stepped in for a homely Korean meal towards the end of our trip.
I haven’t done a food post lately so I thought I’ll post these today, taken back when Jessie and I were visiting a flea market in the area. The truffle fries here were pretty good, although we were bigger fans of the shoestring version.
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.