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Tuesday, 15 September 2020

Assam Laksa At Our Own Cafe & Sightseeing In Penang

After the walking and sightseeing, we are ready to visit Our Own Cafe to taste their Assam Laksa. The time was about 11:15 am. Too early for the lunch crowd. We were the only customers at that time.

Checking out the menus.
We ordered 2 mixed fruit juice to share.
2 glasses of mixed fruit juice and 1 bowl assam laksa.
Delicious Assam Laksa with lots of fish meat.
1 bowl of Lemak Laksa.
This is our hot favourite. Will remember this for our next trip.
Not easy to choose between these two.
Freshly fried spring rolls for sharing.
Painting on the wall.
Antique hand held pole scale weighing machine on the wall.
Antique wooden table and chairs.
Door knocker
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More photos from our walkabout and sightseeing.
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#3 - Beautiful water lilies
#4 - Love the bright yellow center and purple petals of the water lilies.
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#14 - Bicycle for rent.
Trishaws parked by the roadside, waiting for customers.


What is faith? It is the confident assurance that
something we want is going to happen.
it is the certainty that what we hope for is waiting for us,
even though we cannot see it up ahead.
(Hebrews 11:1, The Living Bible-TLB)

70 comments:

  1. Great post and amazing pictures!This meal looks so yummy!

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  2. hahaha... very nice Pictures, Nancy! The spring rolls, I guess I forgot to take the picture... maybe too engrossed with the laksa!

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  3. The water lilies are truly beautiful! I would love to snack on some fried spring rolls. Cool wall art!

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  4. Buy both laksa to share! Beautiful water lilies. Oh, so sad no business for the trishaws. Did you all go for a ride on the trishaws?

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  5. Lovely of your to take us for a walk, one I sure did enjoy.
    Water lilies are gorgeous as are those spring rolls.

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  6. It is nice to see architecture and street art. These look very beautiful.

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  7. Por aquí el almuerzo se suele hacer horas más tarde. Generalmente suelo hacerlo a eso de las 14 horas.

    Me han gustado las imágenes que has preparado para tu entrada.

    Besos

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  8. Wonderful post, so much interesting to look at. The waterlilies are stunning.

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  9. I loved seeing all you showed! I want to come back on computer till I can see some things better. But one thing I know for sure..that water liky is besutiful!

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  10. ...Nancy what a colorful post. Scales have always been important and still are. The water lily is beautiful. Thanks for joining the party, take care.

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  11. Thanks for taking us sightseeing with you! :)

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  12. A fun day out and more great food. I love beating the lunch crowd.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  13. You always take us to beautiful restaurants and spots that don't just serve yummy foods but also a feast to the eyes! Thank you (I adooore the floor tiles on the restaurant)

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  14. I love spring rolls with sweet sour sauce. Yum. I am surprised that there are trishaws in Penang.

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  15. Beautiful series. I especially love the water lilies. They always seem so perfectly formed.
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  16. There's lot interesting to watch around and the work on metal is impressive. The mug and teapot steal the show! Nice laksas

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  17. Hi,
    Such a fabulous post. Loved seeing every click,it has so much detail in every image captured.Very captivating and the cafe looks like a book,so many lovely thought provoking pictures and the menu is just great. Loved those blooms too!

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  18. I was very impressed with all the interesting wall designs. Also the food looks tasty Nancy. Have a great Tuesday.

    Cruisin Paul

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  19. They have a pretty floor. The water lilies are beautiful, and I love the boy and girl painted on the stone pillars. I think I just saw you on Claire's blog!

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. Yes, we were having lunch together.

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  20. Pyszne sajgonki, niezwykła waga. Piękne fotografie.

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  21. Yummy juices and spring rolls my favorite! The metal art is amazing! Thanks for all the delightful photos!

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  22. So many interesting and colorful items in this post! The food looks so good, too.

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  23. Fabulous Photos! Such interesting sites. So different from our mountain wilderness. Thanks for sharing!
    Purrs
    Marv, Jo Jo, Kozmo, Cinnamon and Angel Nellie

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  24. Lots of neat art and color in this post! Thanks for sharing.

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  25. You've caught some really cool things with your camera, Nancy. A lot of fun street art in your neighborhood.
    Amalia
    xo

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  26. I like the typical Chinese interior that this restaurant carries.
    Eating laksa at a restaurant in that place feels like being in China.

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  27. Muy interesante. Los nenúfares son muy bonitos. Besos.

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  28. Very gorgeous water lilies! I like its purple colour, so unique! Very interesting wall paintings you shared and looking at the trishaws reminds me of malacca.

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    1. Thank you, Libby. I am tempted to go searching for this water lily. LoL!

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  29. Very nice pictures from this trip!

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