12 responses

  1. JD
    June 3, 2011

    Looks really old skool and nice to eat!

  2. Propnet Malaysia
    June 4, 2011

    Looks like nothing on Johor. Please consider Johor or Johor Bahru as we have great food down here.

  3. J2Kfm
    June 5, 2011

    Yeah, I had to agree with you on the last sentence. I drove once into the Chowrasta morning market. It was a horrendous experience, no doubt.

  4. samlee860407
    June 6, 2011

    went there before, nice curry mee especially the feel lol

    and yes, air itam market is 1 of the worst lol. so how i went there? by motorcycle of course!! LOL

  5. Anna G
    June 9, 2011

    wow these pics are amazing and mouth watering this is what food is all about :)

  6. taufulou
    June 10, 2011

    been there too.. its very classic eh . .

  7. Apple Foodees
    June 12, 2011

    She is still using charcoal to heat up the curry. What an awesome ratan made tray she have there. I would love to try this the next time I go to Penang. :)

  8. SparkleMemo
    July 26, 2011

    When I was a kid , my father and my mother would take us to Penang Island on weekend and sometime get the curry mee breakfast from there.

    I grew up eating it and now that I recently in more then 1000 miles away from home, I miss it a lot ! Part of my childhood and I will always stop by when I had the opportunity to come to Air Itam. Irreplaceable and cannot be duplicated.

    Aways bring back Lots of memories! I really enjoyed it. Thanks for all the years !

  9. Choi
    July 31, 2011

    Serving the customers with humility. I take my hat off to the two sisters. Will visit their stall when next in Penang. Lived near Ayer Itam in 1960/1970s. Still remember the wet market after more than 35 years. Always nostalgic looking at those pictures.
    Thanks Vkeong.

  10. AT
    August 18, 2011

    The curry noodles look good! YUM! Do you know if they’re open on Sundays?

    • vkeong
      August 18, 2011

      hi AT honestly I have no idea.

  11. EK
    December 31, 2011

    This curry noodles reminds me of my childhood curry noodles which they don’t make it anymore these days.

    Penang has several sites labelled as Unesco World Heritage Sites. If there was an award for Unesco World Heritage Food, this would be it!

    This is a definite MUST TRY for all foodies! Eat it before it’s gone!

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