Thursday, May 10, 2012

Famous Penang Road Teochew Chendol


Found this reccommendation on my iPhone app. Penang Street Food app gave nine reccomendations and at random I chose this stall to fix my Chendol cravings.

From Penang Road, Lebuh Kong Kwee looks congested with people wanting to fix their cravings on Cendol and the many other famous street food that exist here.

Paid 2 Ringgit for a bowl of Cendol. Cendol appears watery but "Lemak" with its generous portion of coconut milk. The green jelly is soft and not hardened by placing them alongside ice shavings. The kidney beans give an alternative soft, chewy texture that blends well with the coconut milk and gula melaka.

It was indeed a satisfying and refreshing desert on a hot sunny day.


Lebuh Kong Kwee (Off Penang Road)
Open: 11:00am - 7:00pm
Close: n/a

18 comments:

  1. hi ken chew, how are you. iced chendol is very thirst quenching,because it's cold till the last spoon.. when ingredients quality are taken care of, its worth paying rm2- have a nice day

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  2. Wan, Thanks for popping by. I like iced chendol, but my issue is that the green jelly gets hardened when it is in direct contact with ice shavings. The ingredients are definitely good and worth paying Rm2. Have a nice day too.

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  9. good posting about Famous Penang Road Teochew Chendol

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    1. Toko, Glad that you enjoy your Chendol.

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  12. Cool post. Good street food always makes me weak in the knees :)

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