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The Penang food I knewThose were the years I lived thereThe memories stayed no matter whereThe food the day of livingI remembered Ah Guan Apom balikAt his stall on Burmah RoadThe best I tried I couldn't find anywhereHe is the bench mark I used to this dayOnce my staff took me to taste nyonya foodBelieve me it was tasteful home cookingIt was somewhere in China townWe went by the back lane...Along the Esplanade facing the seaThere was once this Indian man selling his rojakIt was a delicious meal every time I went thereThen he returned to India that was the end of itThe 2 sisters char kuey teowDuring my first visit to Penang it tasted goodWhen I went to stay for several yearsThe char kuey teow had too much lardI went to Ayer Hitam The famous laksa thereIt was too fishy to my tasteYet there were crowds gathering aroundFor dessert was the Penang cendolThe best as far as I could tellEven in Klang the famous stallIt couldn't come close to it
For the Chinese is rojak petis. The Malays is rojak pecal. But course there is Mamak rojak of rojak mamak. Unfortunately, I have never heard of Indian rojak.
To be frank, I find Penang Rojak pretty yucky stuff.Haha. well.....one man's meat may be another man's poison.....
Cinamen really kenna cheated. Out Azizan, came in the big syaitan. Teresa kok says onehttp://www.malaysiakini.com/news/242451
Enough with the rojak la. Get on with the next post bro. Haiya! Hehehe.
Ya, I love Penang rojak....but this post is getting so boring.....BTW...I heard Anwar Ibrahim loves rojak too...wakakaka....
R U still alive and kicking ?
missed me? ;-)