Bei Tou Squid Snack 北投魷魚 Restaurant
- Popular Bayan Lepas Restaurant
Address29-1-29 The Golden Triangle
Jalan Paya Terubong
11900 Bayan Lepas
Opening hour11:30AM - 2:30PM, 5:30PM - 9:30PM
Closed on Tuesday
Contact number04-371 7668, 604- 888 8888
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Braised Duck Egg (RM1.50) ‧ Braised Pork On Rice (RM4.00) ‧ Bubble Milk Tea (RM5.50) ‧ Chinese Long Bean (RM4.00) ‧ Cloud Ear Fungus (RM4.00) ‧ Dried Cuttlefish Thickened Soup 鱿鱼羹 (RM10.90) ‧ Dry Ramen with Prawn Dumplings 鲜虾扁食干面 (RM13.90) ‧ Dry Ramen with minced Pork 肉燥干面 (RM8.90) ‧ Dumplings in Chili Oil 红油抄手 (RM10.80) ‧ Potsticker (RM9.00) ‧ Spicy Ramen (RM8.90) ‧ 肉燥乾麵 Pork Mince Dry Ramen (RM8.90) ‧ 鍋貼 Potsticker (RM9.00) ‧ 魯肉飯 Braised Pork on Rice (RM4.00)
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Bei Tou Squid Snack 北投鱿鱼 @ Golden Triangle, Bayan LepasThe Braised Pork On Rice (RM 4.00) in the menu immediately caught our attention. As the name suggests, this simple dish has piece of small braised pork topping the white rice, with its gravy diffuses into the rice slightly. The braised pork has decent proportion of lean and fatty meat, giving a pleasant and not surfeiting greasy feeling but it lacks the potent effect.
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Bei Tou Squid Snack 北投魷魚 @ The Golden TriangleHere's the location.
Bei Tou Squid Snack (北投鱿鱼) @ The Golden Triangle, Relau, Penang.While Taiwanese food can be common and familiar to Penangites, there are still some unconventional Taiwanese delicacies that are uncommonly found in Penang. This new kid on the block- Bei Tou Squid Snack (北投鱿鱼), a brand originates from Taiwan that serves fast-casual Taiwanese food; is housed at a quiet corner of The Golden Triangle at Relau, the Taiwanese chain brought along some of the special highlights directly from Taiwan. Unlike most Taiwanese joints around, Bei Tou does not offer a big menu but a series of carefully chosen Taiwanese delights.... so the indecisive will not be overwhelmed by selections. Notable highlights are Taiwanese street-snacks like Dumplings, Scallion Pancakes, braised Tofu, thickened Soup; often ordered over Rice or Noodles. Price points are low-middle range but serving portion is relatively small.