Friday, November 27, 2009

Penang (Day 2 Part 2) - Jemputree

C was very considerate towards princess who didn't take too well to street food. Thus she suggested this place in town where it will be an awesome experience for the child and the child is us to dine on a treetop. It was a wonderful choice, not just for the experience, but also for the delicious food. The nasi lemak is to die for, and all the sedap sambal and rendang gravy, yum yum. The rice was the best I've ever tasted.

Hubby opted for an equally fiery Tom Yum seafood soup to go with plain rice.

This young coconut juice was for him to counteract the spiciness of the soup. Hehe.

C ordered an Ikan Bakar, which means bbq or grilled fish to share.

Cucur Ikan Bilis, anchovies fried in flour is one of their specialties and we all loved this dish. It was totally addictive. We (baby and kid included) just couldn't stop eating them. :)

Hubby loved this cucur pisang which we ordered two portions of.

Unfortunately we were more interested in eating than taking photos, so we do not have pictures of the place. You can check it out here for some.

3 comments:

Beau Lotus said...

This place sounds interesting. Don't say your Princess, I definitely do not take to eating in the streets. It has been too long since we last ate in the streets, must be in the 1980s.

SIG said...

Yes, it's very interesting. Lovely food as well. Hahaha. Where did you eat at when you were in Penang then?

edith said...

Donky years ago, I fell really ill after taking street food in Penang. I puked all the way home, the lady who sat next to me on the plane was staring at me with real concern look. I damaged my stomache lining in the process. So now I am extremely careful with street food. Only can look and drool but dare not touch.