Beside rice, people here eat a lot of noodle. Bakmi is everywhere. We hardly see people eating bihun or kway teow.
When I first staying here permanently, I missed most Bak Kut Teh, curry noodle, roti chanai and Char Kway Teow. Until one day my friend took me to a local hawker stall run by a Medan origin. His fried Kway Teow reminded me Penang's Three Sisters.
Picture below was taken when we ate at a shop near Kapuk area. Egg, pork with extreme high heat frying. Wonderful!
But, where is the cockle "si-ham"?