Crepe Cottage

November 23, 2011


Mango Cup (RM11.00)

Two large scoops of homemade Mango Ice Cream, some whipped cream and crushed peanuts. Yum!

Fish and chips (RM10.00)

Cheese Crumbed Chicken

Address: 77-A Persiaran Gurney, 10250 Penang, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: 6.00pm – 12.00midnight (Closed on Tuesday)
Contact: 019-448 1680


Strawberry juice and ice water


Mushroom Soup

Seafood Tomyam Soup with Rice (RM5.00)

Sizzling Chicken Chop Set Meal (RM17.90)

Comes with a drink, a soup-of-the-day and ice cream

Nothing to shout about the food here.

Happy! Ricebox Set (comes with a drink)

XXL Crispy Chicken served with rice and smooth cold tofu topped with century egg.

Sweet Plum Potato Fries (RM4.50)

Battered and lightly fried golden potatoes served with a dash of blended plum powder.

HJ: So, what do you want to eat?

Me: Erm… I only have one in my mind. Can’ t think of where to eat la.

HJ: Where?

Me: Kim Gary?

HJ: Don’t want la. Don’t feel like Kim Gary today.

Me: Max Gourmet?

HJ: Can consider.

Me: Hmmm… Taiwan Food? Food Court?

HJ: …..

Me: Aiyo.. you suggest la.

HJ: Manhattan Fish Market? I know you’ll say ok. Haha.

Me: …. Okay la!

Seriously, whenever it comes to deciding what to eat, our answer is always ANYTHING or I DON’T KNOW. It’s a simple answer yet a complicated one. Haha. Anyway, we didn’t go to Manhattan. We had western food at the food court instead.

Fish & Chips (RM9.50)

There are 2 choices of batter; normal or cornflakes. I opt for cornflakes. It’s crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside.

Can’t recall the name of this dish but HJ likes it. If he likes it, it means it’s GOOD. Lol.

Nonya Cuisine

December 11, 2008

Curry Kapitan

Ju Hu Char


Thai Cuisine

November 20, 2008

Do you like spicy food? Do you like Thai food? During our class last Tuesday, we learned Thai Cuisine and the 3 dishes we cooked were pineapple fried rice, curry prawns and green curry chicken. I have learned that one of the main ingredients for Thai dishes is fish sauce. It is an essential ingredients in many curries and sauces. We used it in 3 of the dishes and the out of those 3, I like pineapple fried rice the most. The salty taste of the sauce blends well with the sweetness of the pineapple chunks. I will share with you the recipe in my next post.

Pineapple Fried Rice

Curry Prawns

Green Curry Chicken

Kung Pow Chicken

November 19, 2008

Stir Fried Chicken With Dried Chili and Cashewnuts

Kung Pow Chicken Recipe

300g chicken meat (cut into cubes)

8 pieces dried chillies (cut into 2 cm and wash)

5g ginger (sliced)

30g onions (cubes)

2 bush spring onion (cut into 1 inch length)

4 cloves garlic (sliced)

25g cashewnuts (fried)

For seasoning:

1/8 tsp salt

1/2 tsp sugar

1 tsp chinese wine

1tsp oyster sauce

1 tbsp chili sauce

100ml water

For thickening:

1 tsp cornflour (mix with a little water and stir well)


1. Marinate chicken with salt and pepper and set aside.

2. Heat up wok and oil. Fry cashewnuts till cooked then dish up.

3. Coat chicken meat with some cornflour and fry in the hot oil till cooked. Dish up and set aside.

4. Heat up wok, add oil and fry dried chillies, garlic, ginger, onion and spring onions till fragrant.

5. Add the chicken, seasoning and water. Continue to cook for about 6-8 minutes.

6. Thicken with cornflour mixture, sprinkle with the cashewnuts and serve hot.