My wife had just finished her training stint at the local university. She was hungry and it was raining outside. She wanted to eat Goreng Pisang in Penang. I googled and everyone broadcasted the only stall in Tanjung Bungah which had been around since 30 over years ago! It was too far and the traffic would kill me. Suddenly I read an expired tiny story that there is one at Weld Quay area which is near the Ferry Terminal. I had to try my luck as there is no indication where exactly this "No Name Stall" was located.
I drove into Weld Quay and slowly looked left, right, left, right, left, right and Aaahhh! I found that stall across the street with a huge colourful umbrella! I could estimate that it was less than 300 metres to the Ferry terminal.
We darted across the busy street and stood right there like happy children. The friendly couple scooped all our choices - 2 Goreng Pisang, 2 fried Tee Kueh, 2 Fried Peanut fritters
Assorted fried fritters! Yums!
The best goreng pisang ever eaten!
I suggested that we had to eat somewhere lovely & relaxing to savour our yummy food which was so fresh & hot from the wok. We went to nearby Fort Cornwallis like a small boy dating a small girl.
It was so peaceful and serene to look at the rising tides of the sea. We held hands and sat down on the bench to smell our bagful of fried fritters. Chomp! Chomp! Chomp!
OMG! Look at mine!
So yummy and melting hot with the oozing lava of Nian Gao.
Waah! Look at hers! Fried Goreng Pisang!
I swear upon heavens & earth that it was the best
Goreng Pisang which was so fragrant with slight
buttery taste! Yummy! Oh Mama!
Kuak! Kuak! Kuak!
The noisy crow wanted a bite too.