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Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 3 of the Street Food Festival (SFF) on Saturday, 14 & Sunday, 15 April 2018   Leave a comment


Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 3 of the Street Food Festival (SFF) on Saturday, 14 & Sunday, 15 April 2018

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 3

 About Us – Penang International Food Festival 2018

Back with more, the Penang International Food Festival (PIFF) returns this year with 16 days of mouth-watering food and drink. Imbued with rich history and tradition from an array of cultures, Penang’s culinary landscape has for decades now brought food fans from different corners of the globe to the food capital of Malaysia. Penang classics will be served alongside modern concoctions at PIFF2018.

Penang’s street food has received acclaimed and numerous awards over the years. In 2017, two of Penang’s street food hawkers made it into the ‘World Street Food Top 50’ list at the World Street Food Congress 2017, and in 2016, Penang gained two accolades specifically for our street food where George Town was listed as one of ‘The 15 Best Cities in The World For Food’ by The Culture Trip and CNN included Penang’s Assam Laksa as one of the ‘8 World’s Hottest Street Foods’.

As illustrated in Anthony Bourdain’s ‘No Reservations’, Penang’s food scene is truly one of the world’s best. An experience unlike any other, eating in Penang consists of a combination of potent flavours, intoxicating aromas, buzzing sounds, and glorious sights. Available at unique locations such as narrow back lanes, a stall next to an old mosque, a disused sawmill, and other distinctive venues, these exotic backdrops heighten the Penang food experience.

Last year’s inaugural Penang International Food Festival successfully showcased Penang’s food offerings. It also presented the seamless transition of Penang’s food history from the authentic culinary methods of days past, to the innovative fusion cooking of present and future cuisines. This year, the 16-day event will demonstrate Penang’s street food, as well as the food scene at cafes, restaurants and hotels. For the very first time in Malaysia, there will be a food truck invasion at Penang’s mainland, where 150 food trucks will come together serving at one place. In addition to the three major events happening over three weekends, there will also be a series of mini festivals, themed dining experiences, and a professional chef’s challenge that is open to all professional chefs.

Extracted from their website at https://www.piff.com.my/

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 3

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 3

Street Food Festival (SFF)

Date: 14 & 15 April 2018
Time: 5pm – 11pm
Venue: Lebuh Pantai

With precious recipes passed down from generations, the hawker heroes featured prominently in Penang’s food landscape are a hardworking breed dedicated to satisfying their diners. Be awed by these culinary magicians as they display their cooking prowess and deliver delectable delights that will make you run back for seconds.

 Extracted from their website.

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 3

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 3

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 3

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 2 of the Street Food Festival (SFF) on Saturday, 14 & Sunday, 15 April 2018   Leave a comment


Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 2 of the Street Food Festival (SFF) on Saturday, 14 & Sunday, 15 April 2018

 

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 2

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 2

 

 About Us – Penang International Food Festival 2018

Back with more, the Penang International Food Festival (PIFF) returns this year with 16 days of mouth-watering food and drink. Imbued with rich history and tradition from an array of cultures, Penang’s culinary landscape has for decades now brought food fans from different corners of the globe to the food capital of Malaysia. Penang classics will be served alongside modern concoctions at PIFF2018.

Penang’s street food has received acclaimed and numerous awards over the years. In 2017, two of Penang’s street food hawkers made it into the ‘World Street Food Top 50’ list at the World Street Food Congress 2017, and in 2016, Penang gained two accolades specifically for our street food where George Town was listed as one of ‘The 15 Best Cities in The World For Food’ by The Culture Trip and CNN included Penang’s Assam Laksa as one of the ‘8 World’s Hottest Street Foods’.

As illustrated in Anthony Bourdain’s ‘No Reservations’, Penang’s food scene is truly one of the world’s best. An experience unlike any other, eating in Penang consists of a combination of potent flavours, intoxicating aromas, buzzing sounds, and glorious sights. Available at unique locations such as narrow back lanes, a stall next to an old mosque, a disused sawmill, and other distinctive venues, these exotic backdrops heighten the Penang food experience.

Last year’s inaugural Penang International Food Festival successfully showcased Penang’s food offerings. It also presented the seamless transition of Penang’s food history from the authentic culinary methods of days past, to the innovative fusion cooking of present and future cuisines. This year, the 16-day event will demonstrate Penang’s street food, as well as the food scene at cafes, restaurants and hotels. For the very first time in Malaysia, there will be a food truck invasion at Penang’s mainland, where 150 food trucks will come together serving at one place. In addition to the three major events happening over three weekends, there will also be a series of mini festivals, themed dining experiences, and a professional chef’s challenge that is open to all professional chefs.

Extracted from their website at https://www.piff.com.my/

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 2

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 2

Street Food Festival (SFF)

Date: 14 & 15 April 2018
Time: 5pm – 11pm
Venue: Lebuh Pantai

With precious recipes passed down from generations, the hawker heroes featured prominently in Penang’s food landscape are a hardworking breed dedicated to satisfying their diners. Be awed by these culinary magicians as they display their cooking prowess and deliver delectable delights that will make you run back for seconds.

 Extracted from their website.

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 2

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 2

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 1 of the Street Food Festival (SFF) on Sat.,14 & Sun.,15 April 2018   Leave a comment


Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 1

Street Food Festival (SFF) held on Saturday, 14 and Sunday, 15 April, 2018 from 5.00 pm till 11.00 pm.

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 1

 About Us – Penang International Food Festival 2018

Back with more, the Penang International Food Festival (PIFF) returns this year with 16 days of mouth-watering food and drink. Imbued with rich history and tradition from an array of cultures, Penang’s culinary landscape has for decades now brought food fans from different corners of the globe to the food capital of Malaysia. Penang classics will be served alongside modern concoctions at PIFF2018.

Penang’s street food has received acclaimed and numerous awards over the years. In 2017, two of Penang’s street food hawkers made it into the ‘World Street Food Top 50’ list at the World Street Food Congress 2017, and in 2016, Penang gained two accolades specifically for our street food where George Town was listed as one of ‘The 15 Best Cities in The World For Food’ by The Culture Trip and CNN included Penang’s Assam Laksa as one of the ‘8 World’s Hottest Street Foods’.

As illustrated in Anthony Bourdain’s ‘No Reservations’, Penang’s food scene is truly one of the world’s best. An experience unlike any other, eating in Penang consists of a combination of potent flavours, intoxicating aromas, buzzing sounds, and glorious sights. Available at unique locations such as narrow back lanes, a stall next to an old mosque, a disused sawmill, and other distinctive venues, these exotic backdrops heighten the Penang food experience.

Last year’s inaugural Penang International Food Festival successfully showcased Penang’s food offerings. It also presented the seamless transition of Penang’s food history from the authentic culinary methods of days past, to the innovative fusion cooking of present and future cuisines. This year, the 16-day event will demonstrate Penang’s street food, as well as the food scene at cafes, restaurants and hotels. For the very first time in Malaysia, there will be a food truck invasion at Penang’s mainland, where 150 food trucks will come together serving at one place. In addition to the three major events happening over three weekends, there will also be a series of mini festivals, themed dining experiences, and a professional chef’s challenge that is open to all professional chefs.

Extracted from their website at https://www.piff.com.my/

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 1

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 1

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 1

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 1

Penang International Food Festival 2018 | PIFF ~ Part 1

Street Food Festival (SFF)

Date: 14 & 15 April 2018
Time: 5pm – 11pm
Venue: Lebuh Pantai

With precious recipes passed down from generations, the hawker heroes featured prominently in Penang’s food landscape are a hardworking breed dedicated to satisfying their diners. Be awed by these culinary magicians as they display their cooking prowess and deliver delectable delights that will make you run back for seconds.

 Extracted from their website.

Panda and its Bamboo’s snack   Leave a comment


Panda and its Bamboo’s snack

Panda and its Bamboo’s snack

Posted December 21, 2017 by lspeng1951 in Animals, Canon, Food and drink

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My favourite Nyonya Dish of Sambal Goreng   Leave a comment


My favourite Nyonya Dish of Sambal Goreng

My favourite Nyonya Dish of Sambal Goreng is a mild sweetish curry-like blend of shrimps, cashew nuts, and green cut chillies cooked in coconut milk or suntan in selected spices with belachan. Dried fried onions are added as extra garnish, it great to go with white rice.

SP Lim

My favourite Nyonya Dish of Sambal Goreng

Fanciful dessert   Leave a comment


Fanciful dessert

Fanciful dessert

Posted August 9, 2017 by lspeng1951 in Canon, Food and drink, Photography, Taste

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Tasty dish of black To-fu   7 comments


Tasty dish of black To-fu

Tasty dish of black To-fu

Four Season dish to start the Dinner   Leave a comment


Four Season dish to start the Dinner

Posted March 20, 2017 by lspeng1951 in Canon, Food and drink

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Our Buffet Lunch at the Eastern & Oriental Hotel, Penang.   Leave a comment


Our Buffet Lunch at the Eastern & Oriental Hotel, Penang.

Our Buffet Lunch at the Eastern & Oriental Hotel, Penang.

US Potato Culinary Festival Penang   5 comments


US Potato Culinary Festival Penang

We happened to be present at this US Potato Culinary Festival Penang held at Straits Quay, Penang after our photo-shooting at the Butterfly Lovers’ Rehearsal earlier. We had a sampling of US potato chips and other variations. Free food is available for sampling.

SP Lim

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