The Original Nasi Kandar Part II - Jelutong, Penang.
The Original Nasi Kandar (Part II). When I go to Penang, I love to Solat Subuh berjemaah at the mosque. There are so much motivation to perform the Subuh at the mosque in Penang. Because the best food in Penang available right after the Subuh prayers.
We gotta be early as we want to catch the best! This is another original nasi kandar stall in Penang.The stall have no special name, but fit in well as the major profit contributor to Kedai Kopi Tai Min, a chinese kopitiam. It can be found at the end of Perak Road in Jelutong. My parents went there before to 'tapau' (pack the Nasi kandar), but cancelled their plan due to long queue.
There were about 10 metres of customer lining up to buy their nasi kandar! And, if we are early & lucky enough, we'll get to see how original this nasi kandar is all about. The sellers will 'kandaq' the rice from their kitchen across the road. Kandaq means, carrying the rice pot in a basket tied to a stick that leaned on shouders. That's why I'm suggesting U to perform the Subuh prayers in the mosque instead of at home.