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Trishaw Egg Tart | Penang Hawker Food

We were looking something to fill our stomach on one Sunday evening. We had brunch, so we were not hungry until it’s evening.
From Bayan Lepas, we drove to Armenian Street for koay teow teng. The stall was closed. Aiyo… Our stomach is crying for food ler…
Then we changed our mind to Fish Ball Koay Teow Teng at Burmah Road. And that day was really a bad days for us. The shop was closed too.

Nearby the fish ball koay teow teng shop, this Trishaw Egg Tart caught our attention. Other than egg tart, there were other delicacies such as kaya puff, mini egg tarts, siew pau, yam puff, cream puff and mini chicken tart.

As we were very hungry, we decided to dine in with a few types of pastry before continue with our food hunting. In the restaurant, there are a few tables and chairs which is not really meant for customer. This is the feeling that I get due to most of the tables and chairs are occupied by the owner’s relatives, kids and friends. I think most people choose to take away.

Egg tarts.. my favourite.
This trishaw egg tart has a very old history. The owner used to sell egg tarts using a trishaw during the good ol’ days.
Kaya Puff. Not bad. The pastry is not too thick and quite crispy too. The pandan kaya filling is adequate.

Kochabi Siew Pau. Taste good.

Yam puff. Taste good and too oily. Normally I don’t like yam puff due to it’s usually oily.
And here comes the egg tart. Taste good. The pastry is fluffy and the egg filling is soft. It’s a good place to stop by for tea time snacks.

Macau | Last stop @ Macau ???

Our last stop at Macau before we fly back to KL.

We ordered Pork Chop Bun (Chu Pa Pau) and Wantan soup as appetizer. Afterall, Macau is famous for it’s pork chop bun rite? I don’t really like the pork chop bun. The bread is too hard and tasted too plain. Basically it’s a french loaf with a piece of pork chop in the middle of it. The pork chop only tasted salty to me. There’s bone in the pork chop. So weird leh… Shouldn’t it be boneless?

Wantan soup. This is good. Big piece of fresh shrimps can be found inside the wantan. Forget the name. But it’s something like shrimp paste mee. See the powder like thing on top of the mee. It’s actually powdered shrimp I guess as a very heavy taste of shrimp when you taste it. I don’t like this. :-p
Mace Ball noodles. The mace ball is springly but taste slightly fishy for me. I’m quite sensitive to fishy smell.
Dumplings noodle. Taste not bad.
Spicy and sour mee. This one taste good. Spicy and sour soup with some minced meat in it.
This shop is pretty famous in Macau.

Hong Kong & Macau

Okay. Let’s pause for a while at food. I would like to share a few scene from HK and Macau.

1. Breathtaking view from The Peak

2. Goldfish market. Lots of goldfish and pets are available here.

3. Big Buddha at Tai Yu Shan
4. Night scene from Avenue of Stars

5. Disneyland
6. Macau
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