Food Bazaar @ Pesta Pulau Pinang

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Besides shops selling stuff you don’t need and a fun fair, there’s also a food bazaar in Pesta Pulau Pinang. Mostly sold are Malay and Thai food, in fact they are the only choices.. Anyway Thai food was quite interesting, especially the Thai Coconut Ice Cream stall. If you haven’t tried Thai ice cream before, this is a very good opportunity (although you can find it at Tesco too..) A lot of photos to drool over :D

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What’s interesting here is on the top left, Thai Chee Cheong Fun. Wrapped inside are seafood and vegetable. They don’t use sweet sauce but chilli.

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Cucur udang @ RM2 per piece. Tasted great but a bit oily.

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I wonder why Chrysanthemum tea label on clay cups.. Below the cups was a box of Thai soya bean milk. They cost RM3.50 per bottle if I remembered correctly. The seller claimed it were the tax and rental which caused the expensive price. Aiya I should’ve bought one to try.

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Udang galah bakar, BBQ lobster? RM10 for 4 pieces, expensive stuff but they looked really nice.

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Thai Sticky Rice with Mango. I never had this before, really curious how it tastes like.. Should be very sweet, well according to the articles I read on the Internet.

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A closer at the mangoes. Yum, my mango addiction is starting..

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Thai version of our fried oyster, fried mussels. RM5 per plate, looks really crispy and yummy.

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Keropok and tidbits from Penang and our neighbour, Thailand.

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A big pot of boiling tomyam soup.

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And the ingredients for making tomyam noodles. A lot of people ordered this!

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BBQ Tilapia. The one on the left looked a bit burnt lol.

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Cute hard boiled and fried quail eggs. I think they are 1/3 size of a normal chicken egg lol.

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Fried rice, noodles and a big-pot-of-I-dunno-what :P

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Those big sausage lookalikes are actually wrapped otak-otak. RM2 for one, not nice at all..

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Fish fillets and popiahs anyone?

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