Hit the highway: Penang
The variety of all the culinary influences can be experienced most deliciously with the soups. These feature an astonishing array of noodles: thick, thin, flat and every permutation thereof, made of eggs or rice and various flours. Malaysian food is a riot of herbs and spices: lemon grass, ginger, garlic, shallots, coriander, cumin, aniseed, cinnamon, cardamom, turmeric and fresh chilies. When Penang's menu says "hot," it really is. The peanut pancake is a must for dessert.
Eugene, how could there be crowds if no one went there?
Pretty soon the Kimball House will be so popular that nobody goes there due to…
Hope everyone had a great time over the weekend and enjoyed some tasty food.
Whimsical? That makes no sense.