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Tuesday, 9 October 2018

Dinner At Spice Pisa Cafe, Bayan Lepas, Penang

After having enough of the foodie experience, we finally got ourselves checked in at the hotel. Those who were tired rested in their room while the rest of us decided to walk off some calories before dinner.

A few places were suggested for dinner and finally. a friend directed us to Bayan Lepas for dinner. We didn't mind the distance, after all we were not hungry yet. At the Spice Pisa Cafe, Bayan Lepas., we were spoiled for choice. We first took a walk to look at all the stalls before we could decide what we want to eat.
 We ordered baked mud crabs at RM 60 per kg.
These 3 crabs weighed exactly a kg.
 A plate of oyster omelette
First we ordered 1 plate, then followed by another plate of roasted pork.
By the time I took this snapshot, half plate already gone!
Penang prawns noodles.
2 plates of ikan panggang or spicy bbq sting ray
 A plate of thin pancakes 
 Muah chee or soft glutinous rice flour balls with peanut powder.
 This is a great place for those who love varieties and street food.
 And just across the road, there is this Lucky Eatery foodcourt. 
 A night view of of the Jubilee Clock Tower taken from a moving car.
A close up of an antique Chinese ink brush set.
(found this treasure at the dessert shop at Lebuh Melayu, Penang)


This is what I have asked of God for you:

that you will be encouraged and knit together by strong ties of love,

and that you will have the rich experience of knowing

Christ with real certainty and clear understanding.

For God's secret plan, now at last made known, is Christ himself.

In him lie hidden all the mighty,

untapped treasures of wisdom and knowledge.

(Colossians 2:2-3, The Living Bible-TLB)

42 comments:

  1. ...my those crabs look good! A beautiful antique Chinese ink brush set and 'adding machine.' Thanks Nancy for stopping by, enjoy!

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  2. So much peanuts on the muah chee. I like that.

    Nice dinner. Make me craving for crabs now. Lol.

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    1. Thank you, Rose! The muah chee very soft and yummy with lots and lots of peanuts! I am thinking of the crabs at this moment!

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  3. Oyster omelette!! that is very new to me.. I want to try it..

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    1. Oyster omelette is one of the popular street food in Penang.

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  4. wow what a great meal! I want those crabs!

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  5. Aha when I was in Penang I also went to these two food courts.

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  6. I totally love the plate of oyster omelette and the crabs. The stingray sounds interesting Nancy. Have a great Tuesday. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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  7. What a lovely dinner. I want some of each dish please.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee! We too took some of every dish!

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  8. The crabs look delicious and pretty strong shells! Nice pieces of antique and Chinese abacus.

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  9. I am very hungry now, looking at the spicy stingray, muah chee and oyster omelette, these are my kind of food

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  10. Yum! I'll be right over for lunch!
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2018/10/master-potter.html

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  11. Ohhh so much food! I want those mud crabssssss :D

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  12. Se ve todo muy sabroso. Besos.

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  13. The food looks delicious. Unfortunately, I do not know any food.
    I'm happy to eat a plate of pork.
    Greetings from Poland.
    Lucja

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  14. The clock tower is beautiful. Hard to believe you snapped this in the dark from a moving car! I have never seen an ink brush set! Really fancy.

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    1. I quickly snapped a few and most of them turned out blur. This is the only one that is presentable.

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  15. Too much choice can overwhelm me, i would be glad to go to such a place with someone who knows what's best to order.

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    1. Now we know what is good if we go back again.

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  16. Nancy, 'jin ho chiak' lah ;D
    Such a lovely holiday.

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    1. Thank you, Sharon! Just can't help going after all the delicious street food in Penang.

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  17. My goodness, such amazing looking food what a feast.

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  18. Looks like the meal was every bit worth the journey!

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  19. oooh my those plates of yummy food look super delicious! I haven't been to Penang for quite sometimes now..

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