Definitely must visit this place and review la. Tomyam okay! Another all-time favourite!
We started the journey by setting the address as none of us have been there and had no idea how the place look like even. Our Garmin brought us there and back safely. Ah, thank God for GPS huh. It took us around 20 minutes to reach the place from the Penang Bridge.
We arrived at around 10pm, and the place was CROWDED with humans!
Writings in chinese (Sorry, none of us read chinese! )
The tomyam paste.
Hers - RM10.00
(Strips of abalone, minced meat, fried fish fillets and vegetable)
His - RM16.00
(Taiwan sausages, Fried fish fillets, quail eggs, different types of fishballs, abalone strips, fried prawn mantis meat)
His is tomyam maggi and hers is tomyam moy (porridge)
He says: Fooolahhhhhh... This THING looks and tastes RED HOT! I really really really like this place. To describe the tomyam,
1) Super fast =)
2) Super spicy!
3) Super KAO.
People, you gotta try this. Even those that couldn't take spicy stuff. I challenge you! =p
Nevertheless, if you do not like tomyam, there are also other dishes that you can try..
Tips: Take more abalone strips! =D
She says: We didn't wait long for it! It was like surprisingly fast! The moment I took the first sip, it was like amazingly crazy spicy! To all those who can't eat spicy food, do not attempt this! haha. I'm someone who loves spicy food also struggle like mad! It's definitely not gonna be my last time there!
So spicy that they provide rolls of toilet papers for customers to use. I mean like they didn't even put it in a nice round container, but just bare like that on tables. Looked hilarious. But of course they save a lot by using this than those box tissues that will cost them a bomb. This is definitely one smart move. heh.
Heng Heng Tomyam Restaurant at Bukit Mertajam, Penang.
Direction: Please get a GPS or seek help from google map, thank you! :)
Price: Quite pricey
His rating: 9.5/10
Her rating: 9.0/10