Speedy Makan-makan: Part 5 - Pisang Goreng

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Written on 10:50 PM by Penang Tua Pui

Penang Food, Pisang Goreng, Ubi Goreng, Penang Free School Garden, Hawker Food
Here we are at the last pit stop of our Speedy makan-makan trip I.

Time is running out and we did not stop here for long. Well, we don’t have to… we can just pack and go for this one.

Penang Food, Pisang Goreng, Ubi Goreng, Penang Free School Garden, Hawker Food

This stall is located at the roundabout of Jalan Free School, at the opposite end of Greenlane McDonald’s and just outside Eng Car Spray Workshop.

It is pretty much visible and you will unlikely going to miss it

Penang Food, Pisang Goreng, Ubi Goreng, Penang Free School Garden, Hawker Food

The stall sells fried items like pisang goreng (fried banana), tnee kueh (glutinous cake), green peas, potatoes, yam and tapioca rolls that have been fried till golden crisp, which are quite crunchy too.

Penang Food, Pisang Goreng, Ubi Goreng, Penang Free School Garden, Hawker Food

Penang Food, Pisang Goreng, Ubi Goreng, Penang Free School Garden, Hawker Food

Penang Food, Pisang Goreng, Ubi Goreng, Penang Free School Garden, Hawker Food

Furthermore, these fried items do not smell bad (rancid) as if the oil used to fry these items had been used repeatedly. Another stall nearby actually have this smell.

This is place is open from noon till 5.00pm daily.

Penang Food, Pisang Goreng, Ubi Goreng, Penang Free School Garden, Hawker Food

Penang Food, Pisang Goreng, Ubi Goreng, Penang Free School Garden, Hawker Food

Penang Food, Pisang Goreng, Ubi Goreng, Penang Free School Garden, Hawker Food

Okay, it has finally come to the end of our Speedy Makan-makan trip covering five different foods within 2 hours. We feel stuffed and satisfied, being able to taste various delicacies at scattered locations yet without burning a big hole in the pocket.

Having been able to complete this quest gives us more ideas of what to do in our future 2 hour breaks. We might go crazier, bolder and more daring to hunt around for places in order to satisfy our appetites. So…… what do you think?


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5 Comments

  1. mh |

    unfortunately, this place runs out of pisang goreng very very fast. Although, its other stuff is yummy too, the fried banana is KING.

     
  2. Criz Lai |

    I used to frequent this place for its tapioca rolls but nowadays the price had gone up a lot. What else didn't go up yet?? haha :P

     
  3. buzzingbee |

    Just after I bought this in at noon and when I was blog hopping at night...I saw your post on this. Hahaha

    The pisang goreng was taken out from the wok when I arrived...'fresh from the oven' ppl say!! Nice.

    I enjoy the tnee kuih too!!

     
  4. Allie |

    Yeah! The pisang goreng is KING! I love the fried tapioca too. My last visit to this shop (2 weeks ago) , they hv fried cempedak too. Very tasty! Due to it's the season of the fruit.
    But I found that the tnee kuih taste deteriorated. I feel that the tnee kuih itself hv lots of flour taste only.

     
  5. Soon |

    Our family is a big fans of the pisang goreng and this is the stall that we went there quite often. Worth trying.

     

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