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This lane has many hawker stalls. This place used to sell good food. When I was there, there were crazy long queues and the food wasn't really worth the queue. The worst thing is the seating were limited and the were cars passing in front of the stalls which make buying food quite dangerous. The only food to be recommended here is Chee Cheong Fun, Loh Bak and oyster omelette sold by the coffee shop at the corner. Mind you the prices here are minimum Rm6 -Rm10 for small portion of Penang noodles etc.

You can get Char Kueh Tiao in any state in Malaysia, but none of them will measure up to a classic Penang version.

That being said, I don't think I've ever had a Char Kueh Tiao in Malaysia as pricey as this one, but then again I've never had one that's this generous with their varying ingredients.

Served on a piece of banana leaf on a paper plate, this version has the essential flat rice noodles (kueh tiao), fried with shrimps, Chinese sausages, cockles, eggs, beansprouts and chives. Simply satisfying, Penang has definitely set the benchmark for Char Kueh Tiaos.

Grilled skewered chicken and pork tenders, served with a side of lovely peanut satay sauce. Simply delicious. Ordered five of each at a total of RM11.

New Lane Hawker Stalls
Lorong Bahru
Opening hours: 5:00-ish till around 12:00am (before some stalls start closing)

The penultimate Penang dessert that you MUST TRY when you come here. While Singapore has chendol all over as well, Penang's version comes in smaller portions with more gula melaka, making for a sinful, sugary treat that's just awesome on a hot day (which is everyday in Penang). This is almost everywhere in Penang. The one here is pretty good, although not the best imo.

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New Lane Hawker Stalls
Lorong Bahru
Opening hours: 5:00-ish till around 12:00am (before some stalls start closing)

Not as common as the other dishes, but one of the best. If you are into pig organs, this is right up your alley. The brown bits are fried pig intestines, deep fried to crispy perfection and doubles up as the "crispy thing" in the porridge. Really gives it a nice texture and flavour. They also have non-fried intestine inside, and weirdly enough, char siew slices. Really tasty, and not too filling, which gives you enough space to try other foods.

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New Lane Hawker Stalls
Lorong Bahru
Opening hours: 5:00-ish till around 12:00am (before some stalls start closing)

Penang's version is almost the same as Singapore's, except that they give a large spoonful of chilli which really adds extra flavour to the broth. It's basically a slightly scaled down version of what we have locally as they use small shrimp and small slices of pork, while the Singapore ones usually give more ingredients. Still good, but nothing mind-blowing.

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