Walking around George Town you can see a lot of these "cafe" as the locals call it. Each establishments house different food stalls that serve varied kind of dishes.. from roast duck to dimsums and rice toppings.. although there are a few massive food centers that i saw in the area, i decided to try a small authentic, old-school looking cafe..
A chinese woman persistently wanted me to try her porridge for breakfast and i get to choose all these ingredients to go along with it.
This is how it looks in the interior, these school children were enjoying their coffee with condensed milk paired with kaya toast or toasted bread with soft boiled egg.
I also tried one of these egg tarts and it taste really great! the crust is very very light and not flaky and and so is the tart and it even had a hint of lemon on it..
Scott wanted a roti that is curry flavored so i got this chicken masala for him from an indian stall it was served with boiled potatoes and eggs with a hot and spicy sauce..
When i saw the sign Char Kway Teow..i thought I got to have it! Char Kway Teow as i was told after literally "fried flat noodles", it is a popular noodle dish in