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Armenian Street Koay Teow Teng | Penang Hawker Food

I’ve heard bout this Armenian Street Koay Teow Teng (ktt) before I started blogging. It’s like half a year ago… But didn’t get to try it until now.

Armenian Street Koay Teow Teng Shop

The ktt come with 4 pcs of fish ball, thinly slice duck meat and pork. The fish ball taste good. It’s hand made by the stall owner. The soup base is cooked with chickens, therefore it tasted sweet.

Armenian Street Koay Teow Teng 1

We’ve ordered another bowl of fishball as I just love fishballs. There are total of 9 pcs of fishballs.
Armenian Street Fishball Soup

Armenian Street Koay Teow Teng 2

This stall is run by 2 elderly ladies.

9 Comments

  1. Duckie says:

    the fishballs looks good!!! i love fishballs

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  2. email2me says:

    The white fish balls already tell people it is home made. Normal hawker use cheapskate fish balls which gray in color.

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  3. gill gill says:

    i’d tried once, but that was long time ago. its time to recall the taste again…hee

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  4. PenangTuaPui says:

    hmm… it is time for Koay Teow Teng hunting….. look at the fishball… drooling…

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  5. ck lam says:

    The fishball is good and so is the piece of meat. I did a post of this place too…with the photo of the nice little container of the chili/soy sauce.

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  6. Allie says:

    Duckie,
    I luv fishballs too. :)

    email2me,
    Oh ya. I dislike those. The texture is very coarse one…

    Gill Gill,
    See if the quality still maintain.

    Penangtuapui,
    You wanna post a review on all the famous ktt in PG? hehe… waiting eagerly…

    CK Lam,
    Ya. But too bad the piece of meat is very thin. Hehe.. Not enough for me. :-p

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  7. New Kid on the Blog says:

    their branch stall is in Burmah Road, Hai Aun’s coffee shop. :)

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