There have been a lot of introduction over the best Teow Chew Chendol in Penang before. How come only Teow Chew chendol that is famous but not Hokkien Chendol or Hainanese Chendol? If anyone is aware of Hainanese Chandol please let me know, I am going to blog about that.
When I was young, I believed what my friend told me about the green color of Chandol was made of algae from the drain. Since then I haven’t been taking Chandol for a long time. I hope that friend of my will feel guilty when he read this post. 🙂
The Penang famous Teow Chew Chendol that I am referring to is the one located at Lebuh Keng Kwee off Penang Street. The stall is located at the back lane.
Check out the people that dropped by this little stall, it was a never-ending flow. I wonder how much the stall owner is paying for his income tax every year?
This stall is sponsored by Penangnet.com. I am not sure if he is willing to place StevenGoh.com poster there? The price of each bowl is very reasonable too.
The famous Chendol of all time. The green color slices are made from Pandan leaves (fragrant screwpine) and flour. The white color milk is coconut milk. There are some other ingredients included in a bowl of chendol like red beans and attap chee (Palm Fruit). But the key ingredient which makes this so tasty is the brownish gula melaka (Palm Sugar). A friend of mine who is a frequent visitor will visit it twice a day and each time 4 bowls in a row.
They don’t only sell Chandol at this stall, if you are not a fan of chandol and prefer something different, Ice Kacang is another option. Check out this colorful and delicious ice kacang.
Good food comes with responsibility. You need to stand and eat instead of a expecting a proper place to sit down. You are not allowed to bring the Chandol to the nearby coffee shop. There is a miniature chair beside if you don’t mind dirty.