The Turkish Coffee is something truly special.
E&O Hotel即将推出无限量点餐的阿拉伯之夜 (Arabian Nights)。如果你是喜欢烤羊肉串、烤羊肉、炖羊肉、羊肉饭、土耳其咖啡、 土耳其烤肉 (Kebab)等美食，那你就别错过今年的Arabian Nights，享用无限量Ala Carte晚餐！
There will also be a variety of Chinese New Year Goodies Takeaway which you can enjoy at home. It will be available from the 1st to the 28th February 2021.
Lunch | Saturday & Sunday 12:00pm – 2:30pm Adult – RM99 nett Child / Senior Citizen – RM50 nett Dinner | Friday & Saturday 6:30pm – 10:00pm Adult – RM139 nett Child / Senior Citizen – RM70 nett
槟城五星级酒店Eastern & Oriental (E&O) HOTEL 的餐厅Sarkies 于2020年6月12日 (星期五) 重新对外开放！
♥Verdict: Location wise, nestled between the banking district of Beach Street and the Weld Quay area, The Prestige Hotel is only minutes away from major historic sites as well as art, culture and dining options along the Heritage Trail of Penang. Instagram-worthy interiors, friendly hospitality and our room was in top-notch condition, spacious and clean. Combining finest in comfort, The Prestige Hotel offers the ultimate affordable luxury amongst the hotels in this area, definitely a good accommodation option if you’re planning a trip to Penang.
Enjoy A Splendid Feast During This Holy Month of Ramadan at The Prestige Hotel Penang.
It was a night of splendor with the luxuriousness of ambiance, service and exquisite scrumptious cuisine.
Farquhar Mansion is a fine dining restaurant near Eastern & Oriental Hotel.
When it comes to pasta offerings, expect to tuck into the Seafood Risotto prepared with al dente Arborio rice. The creamy umami-rich risotto with many flavors and ingredients of tiger prawn, clams, calamari, and semi-dried tomato offers abundant heartiness.
Carbonara Smoked Duck – RM28, Smoked Duck Slices, Carbonara Cream, Egg Yolk, Speghetti Parmesan Cheese & Fresh Egg Yolk, Cracked a la minute. Even though this dish is not the signature here, yet the taste of this dish was simply delicious. The fresh eggs yolk made the pasta creamy when mixed together. On the other hand, the taste of the smock duck slices were tender and packed with aroma.
Was a bit disappointed la cause they looked like a restaurant/cafe that has it all. But then again, there were quite a lot of food items on their menu. But the Salted Egg Yolk Pasta is really the bomb!
Reasons to visit Cheong Fatt Tze – The Blue Mansion Penang: fantastic location; a culturally significant stay in a beautifully maintained museum with luxurious amenities and modern-day comforts; lap pool and garden; Indigo restaurant.
The Blue Mansion is now reopened, welcoming Penangites to stay and dine.
We stayed in the largest room category, the Han Suites, which is extra spacious and ideal for our family of four. All their rooms carry names with significance to Cheong Fatt Tze; for instance, our suite was called Mandarin, in honour of Cheong Fatt Tze who was recognised as the last Mandarin of the Highest Order by Empress Dowager. The grand chambers is appointed with a comfortable king-sized bed, as well as a separate sitting room with a day bed (which converts into a bed for the kids at night) and a dining table. We loved the modern bathroom, equipped with a shower and a gorgeous clawfoot bathtub. You will also find various other contemporary comforts and amenities such as a coffee machine, complimentary mini-bar, air-conditioning and complimentary WiFi for your comfort. The traditional sarong provided is a nice touch, where guests are invited to relax like a local. Every evening, local kuih is delivered to your room as part of their turndown service.
The chefs at Cititel Penang is all prepared to welcome you to a delightful Christmas dining with all the season's favourites for you to indulge away.
Kids Eat Free! Cititel Penang has just recently launched their latest promo for Main Street Cafe where a kid below the age of 12 years enjoys a complimentary buffet meal with every paying adult.
Char koay teow and white curry mee represent Penang's renowned hawker scene.
Reasons to Kota Dine & Coffee @ Fort Cornwallis: an experience founded in history taking guests from the past to the present with contemporary cooking techniques founded on Penang flavours all in the grounds of the historic Fort Cornwallis; the food is beautiful, delicious and very reasonably priced; remember to use your entrance ticket to the fort for RM10 food credit for each diner..
As you can spot, their food is instant love.
他们位于槟城古迹Fort Cornwallis 里头的纯白玻璃屋，而菜单是以娘惹餐结合西方精致料理文化，给大家带来与众不同的娘惹用餐体验。
The taste of the wantan mee are almost the same as before despite the chewiness of the noodle not as much and the gravy is more starchy. As for the Char Hor Fun, the taste is packed with wok aroma.
If you’re reminiscing the old taste, visit the place and try out their dishes.
Once a popular spot for a comfort bowl of Hong Kong style wonton mee, Hong Kee Wan Thun Mee officially announced their closure on Facebook weeks ago.
Besides the Teochew-style noodle, you can go all the way through to the Steamed Hor Fun with Groupa Fish Fillet and Roasted Pork with Crispy Noodle.
L Kitchen is a place where it’s suitable for all ages.
Overall, the food here was nice and some of the dishes were unique. However, certain dishes had a sweet ending
The chunks of tender lamb with notes of herbs are complemented by a big plate of fragrant white rice and a salad of tomato, lemon, and gherkins. A spoon of the sauce with the rice is just heavenly.
Here's the location.
Halab Penang is probably one of the places where you can take someone for an amazing dining experience.
♥Verdict: Good ambiance and environment. Food wise, I can’t comment much on it since I only tried one dish but it was good, nonetheless.
Verdict: Good ambiance and environment. Food wise, I can’t comment much on it since I only tried one dish but it was good, nonetheless.
We enjoyed their Pumpkin and Prawn Rissoto (RM 32) much. The mushy sweet pumpkin blended flawlessly with the rissoto, along with a tad of earthy note introduced by the shimeji mushrooms and handful of herbs rendered the dish appealing.
Overall, i feel that the food here is good, environment is comfortable and service is good.
Unagi Omurice – RM22, Pumpkin & raisin fried rice topped with Japanese omelette and grilled unagi, ebiko and nori flakes. The unagi was pan fried until golden crisp and full of pan aroma, it was then covered with teriyaki sauce and Japanese omelette. One of the highlights that captured my attention was the rice was fried with pumpkin and raisin that made it taste naturally sweet and unique.
We tried the Smoked Duck Mazemen (RM 14) and was delighted with its taste. Though smaller in portion, the noodles texture was al-dente with nice springiness and it has an elusive taste. Then the bowl is topped with nicely done smoked duck, along with ramen egg, sauteed mushrooms, tempura bits, steamed corn, spring onion and tori to give it a complete set of nutrients.
在 Two Frenchies 整体用餐的体验我还挺满意的，值得推荐给大家。
Here's the location.
Confit De Canard (RM 32.90) features a dark confit sitting on a bedding of perfectly executed mashed potatoes. It is crispy on the skin and not too dry on the meat, and having it coated with the soft mashed potatoes is an indulgence.
There is no doubt that The Prestige Hotel is an awesome hotel but what is more interesting is the food they serve there at their The Glass House Restaurant.
Located in the Victorian Arcade of the hotel, this cafe exudes a vibe that makes it perfect for both brunch and a coffee break.
Hot Roast Buffet on Saturday Dinner and Sunday Lunch. The buffet is priced at RM 68+ and RM 58+ for Saturday and Sunday respectively, and senior citizens get a RM 10 off while kids below 12 get a 50% off. If you would like to unwind yourself with some alcohol drinks, then consider to top up another RM 50 to enjoy free flow of beer and wine!
The broth was out of this world. Subtly rich with the extract from the bones.
Here's the location.
It was well known for it home made fish ball and the delicious clear soup. A bowl of Koay Teow Thng that consist of fish ball, pork meat, vegetable and pork lark is not quite enough to fill up your tummy, so we had 2 bowls.
All in all, we enjoyed the food here. While there are standouts among the kuih we devoured, we think MTP should please any kuih fans with its variety and adherence to tradition.
Laksa is good with a nice flavoured and balanced soup, albeit the price is slightly high - RM 6.00 for a bowl.
i feel .. it is worth trying this Nasi Ulam here.
Reasons to visit Farquhar’s Bar: a beautiful, stylish setting; excellent wine list; quality cocktails – be sure to try their barrel-aged Negroni; actually, they have an entire page of Negronis – reason enough to visit in itself.
Verdict: Anytime is a good time for cocktails! The Farquhar’s Bar team serve a delicious variety of cocktails in extremely decadent surroundings. I’m now imagining myself nestle into the poshy leather sofa and soak in the bar’s air of elegance and old-world charm.
Farquhar’s Bar is a handsome vintage cocktail bar featuring a classic long bar of oak and brass, its lush interiors decorated with antique fittings and plush leather sofas.
Do drop by for their cakes, which are made from the heart.
A hugely satisfying option for a sandwich is the Smoked Salmon with Cheese Sandwich – put together with bread made from rye flour (naturally lower in gluten), mayonnaise, and greens. The rye bread is also fitted into the All-Day Breakfast dishes. Why not try the Rye Toast with home-made Nutmeg Jam, and Scramble Egg & Rye Toast?
This is a MUST TRY CHEMPEDAK CAKE!!!