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351 Jalan Baru Batu Maung, Bayan Lepas

Lunchtime Fish head bee hoon soup (tom yum)

Lo­cated in the cen­tre of a quiet, some­what ru­ral vil­lage, yet just down the road from some of Pe­nang’s big­gest multi­na­tional com­pa­nies, BB Fut­sal draws in a di­verse crowd of Pe­nan­gites from all walks of life – in­clud­ing, of course, those look­ing to play a few games of fut­sal. A drive from the more pop­u­lated ar­eas of the is­land, it’s safe to say BB is off the radar to most, but this medi­um­sized food court serves up some de­light­ful dishes, and its friendly at­mos­phere will un­doubt­edly make you feel like stick­ing around for a while. While the hawk­ers up north must quickly ckly cater to com­par­a­tively larger arger crowds, those at BB take things at a less-fren­zied pace, e, some­times even strik­ing up a small l con­ver­sa­tion while e tak­ing your or­der. De­spite there not be­ing as many stalls, alls, this food court has s plenty of va­ri­ety, in­clud­ing a tom yam soup stall, a Chi­nese noo­dle stall, an In­di­anInd econ­omy rice stall, and a Japa Ja­panese stall. WhileWh all are sat­is­fy­ing,sa the tomto yam stands outou as one of the is­land’sisl best. Its spice­spic lev­els are eye-wa­ter­ing,eye-wa and its per­fectly fried fresh fish fil­lets are cri crispy, yet ten­der on the in­side.

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