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Wednesday, 16 September 2020

Penang Nyonya Kuih & Seafood Porridge At Matang

Before we left Penang, we had one more place to visit. Its the Kuih Culture because we wanted to taste their Nyonya kuih, laksa, cendol and ice kacang.

The banner shows that their business starts at 7 am but when we walked in just before 12 noon, they were not quite ready. 
Little Nyonya girl at the shop front.
These were some of the Nyonya kuih available at the counter.
The rest were still being prepared in the kitchen.
Since we were there, we might as well order some kuih to try.
We did enjoying tasting the 4 types of kuih.
We didn't get to taste their laksa and cendol because both items were not ready. Hopefully, we might have a chance to do so on our next trip to Penang.
Painting on the wall.
Little turtle ninja.
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Menu painted on the wall.
Kuih platter
Nasi Lemak Classic - Nyonya style
Ice kacang
Cendol
Assam Laksa
We couldn't get to taste but can only look at the food on the wall because except for a few variety of kuih, the rest were not ready yet.
Wooden table and chairs.
Granite grinder, pestle and mortar
A coconut scraper
Some of the items for sale.
A painting of an antique food carrier on the wall.
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After Kuih Culture, we started our journey to Matang at about 12:20 pm. We stopped at the Lighthouse Seafood Restaurant.
We ordered dried fried fishes (don't know the name).
Oyster omelette.
Seafood rice porridge consisting of fish balls and sharkfish meat (ikan yu).
There were big chunks of fish meat inside the porridge.
Open concept kitchen beside the restaurant.
You can see this cook cooking the seafood porridge.


Lazy people don't even cook the game they catch,
but the diligent make use of everything they find.
(Proverbs 12:27, New Living Translation-NLT)

56 comments:

  1. Pratos deliciosos e o kuih deve de ser muito bom.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

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  2. I want to spend the day with you and go where you go and eat what you eat. My treat.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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    1. It would be good if you can pay a visit to Malaysia one of these days after the pandemic.

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  3. ...those Nyonya kuih look refreshing.

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  4. So many interesting things that I've never seen or tried! I would love to take a trip there someday. Thanks for always showing us around!

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  5. Oh I just love your posts so much.So much interesting stuff here.Great pictures as always!
    beautyqueen000.blogspot.rs

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  6. Hhmmm, this kuih shop is not ready for business. Another place to go for nyonya kuih in penang is this
    Moh Teng Pheow

    https://m.facebook.com/penangnyonyakuih/

    The oyster omelette looks good. Do you know what kind of shark is the meat from?

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    1. Thank you, Mun for sharing the Penang Nyonya kuih link. Hope to try on my next trip. We were only told "ikan yu".

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  7. Very interesting culture and food. I like that little girl's pretty outfit.

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  8. Lots of places are doing wallboard or sandwich board menus these days to cut down on COVID exposure. I'm all for it. - Margy

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  9. colors of kuih so appealing...must be delicious.

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  10. Are those stacked teapots? SO pretty, I would buy both of them. I don't know what this is, looks like a cross between cake and gelatin.

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    1. I think you are referring to the food or tiffin carriers. The sweet cake or kuih are actually steamed flour cakes.

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  11. Such a great meal! I love that oyster omelette and those dry fried fish look really crisp and delicious.

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  12. I don't know what kuih is, but it looks good. The omelette looks tasty too.

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  13. From the pictures, i would say it would be worth going back to try the other foods!

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  14. Like the idea of the menu on the wall showing what exactly is in the meal. The ninja is a sweetie and looks good.
    Take care.

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  15. I like Nyonya kuih especially kuih talam.

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  16. Wow, you make the place look so interesting!! Very nice pictures!

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  17. The nonya kueh are all so tempting! I would not be able to resist buying one of each to smaple.

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  18. the food looks delicious and I like the drwaings very much:)

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  19. All so tempting and looks so tasty. It would be so nice to try some of this delightful food one day.

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  20. I love how they have the menu painted...the food you did get looks good. Love the photos of the grinder, etc.

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  21. Cool things and colors and photos I love all

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  22. Your posts make your life sound so interesting

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  23. What a bright and colorful place to stop for a bite! The food looks really good, all the photos :)

    Your link at 'My Corner of the World' is greatly appreciated!! I'm glad to see you this week!

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    1. Thank you, Betty for hosting. Have a great day.

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  24. Very cute kuih ninja turtle lol.

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  25. The kuih portion is much bigger than KL's for that price.

    Nice style of pointing out the individual items on the picture. Would be educational for kids too.

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