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I had a bit of difficulty locating the restaurant initially. KSL mall is a maze with lots of blind corners and choked full of little kiosks selling all kinds of the same gadgets and trinkets.
I also couldn't find any shop directory in KSL mall - there must be shop directories right? Inside Taste of Georgetown, it is unmistakably Penang with the familiar wall murals which we have all seen before. Furnishings are simple but comfortable and adds to the casual street dining feel.
The old suitcases overhead All the familiar Penang hawker favourites are Red bean ice nancy lee - assam laksa, white curry mee, Hokkien mee, chee cheong fun, lor bak, lor mee, etc. But, no char kway teow as there was no heavy duty ducting inside the mall. I zeroed in on the Penang assam laksa, the most representative Penang street food, in my humble opinion.
At the heart of assam laksa is the stock. Before adding the hae ko sauce made from fermented prawn pastethe stock tasted sourish spicy with a bit of mild savouriness from the fish.
Adding the savoury sweet hae ko gave us a flavourful savoury sweet sourish spicy stock. The tasty stock felt heavy from the syrupy texture of hae ko and there was a bit of soft graininess from the almost dissolved mashed fish bits. There were also generous pieces of fish in ToG's Penang assam laksa.
I like it that Taste of Georgetown use fish instead of canned sardines for their assam laksa. ToG used fresh sardines in the past but now uses Saba fish for greater consistency and availability saba fish is less susceptible to seasonal variations. If you are a fan of those grilled saba fish set at Korean stalls, it is the same fish here.
Tender, a bit of soft fibrous feel, and a subtle herring taste. I am a saba fish set fan, so this switch in ToG's Penang assam laksa works for me. Generic springy thick bee hoon complete the assam laksa dish. Taste of Georgetown's version will be one of the top of my mind Penang assam laksa when I crave for it in JB.
I like this popiah by ToG and singlehandedly finished off these two rolls.
It had just the right moistness and softness with nice savoury sweet flavour. Crunchy aromatic savoury fried shallot added texture and layer of flavour to the popiah.
A selection of Penang lor bak items. They had a nice chew to the bite as they were made with strips of pork and bits of fat not minced. The slight crisp of the fried roll skin complemented the tender meat and fat.
The lor bak is eaten with a gooey savoury sweet dip and a spicy sourish dip. Eat Penang food must, of course, round it up with Penang style chendol. ToG makes a nice chendol. The thick stubby pandan "worms" are real - not plasticky type flavoured with green colour chemical essence.
It is made with 4 types of flour - rice, mung bean, sago plus one more which I forgot - with real pandan leaves which gave it the organic green colour and fragrance.
The sweetness was at just the right level for me. With owners Anna from Malacca left of photo and Shanny from Penang right. I shall be back to try other dishes at Taste of Georgetown.Aug 08, · Sweet red bean, green tea and milky varieties are keeping South Koreans cool.
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Main courses are good but the snow ice dessert is awesome! We tried the green tea which has red beans and red bean sauce on top and the chocolate one. Will have to try the famous mango one next time/10().