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If banana leaf cuisine is your weakness, be sure not to miss out Passions of Kerala for the ultimate south Indian food experience. Opened in year 2000 by joint owners, Mr. Gary Nair and Mr. Achuthan Nair, the place is run by Mr. Murly Nair. It is actually a branch from Restaurant Innira’s (name had also been changed to Passions of Kerala) situated in Gelugor, Penang. Passions of Kerala got its name from a type of seasonal flower called Passions that blooms right outside the restaurant and if you observe, the structure and interior of the place is made to look like a typical house in Kerala, situated in Southern India.
The mee goreng stall is actually located inside Sheng Li coffee shop and is run by an Indian who spoke some Hokkien. Famous & Popular Hawker Store who operated by indian’s onwner cum chef for10 over years.
carene19 posted lovewinter19.blogspot.com 46 ReviewsExceptional
The plate of fried mamak mee goreng possess all the flavors to tingle the taste buds i.e. sweet, sour and spicy. The spicy stewed cuttlefish, mashed sweet potatoes, fried tofu cubes, crispy fritters, bean sprouts,crunchy fried shallots and slices of cabbages are the main ingredients of the mee goreng, - See more at: http://lovewinter19.blogspot.com/2015/04/penang-street-foods-koay-teow-thng-chee-cheong-fun-indian-mee-hokkien-mee.html
The first place they started business was on Burmah Road and then they moved to Batu Maung. At the current location, one can easily locate them by their signage that is of striking yellow orangey color, which stands out among the kopitiams.
taufulou posted www.taufulou.com 513 Reviews
Overall if you are here for to catch up with friends and hangout, surely its one of a nice place to drop by and do aware that this place is easily overcrowded cuz its small. Do grab their cocktail as some of my friend say its pretty good and currently they are doing Happy Hour promotion all night long for beers till further notice.