No.5 Bistro Restaurant
Address109, Lebuh Victoria
10300 George Town
Opening hourSunday - Thursday: 7:00AM - 12:00AM
Friday - Saturday: 7:00AM -1:00AM
Contact number010-374 9991
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Indian-inspired Sweet & Sour Chicken (RM30) ‧ Local-inspired Paella (RM22)
The No.5 Bistro, a local inspired gin bar located at the heart of Georgetown. Currently carrying an array of gin labels, including Genever, London Dry, Sloe, and new world Gins. Gins has been the heart of the bistro, with its creation of house cocktails, classic and contemporary Gin & Tonic. Gin & Tonic has always taken centre stage at the bistro with its paring of local inspired garnish & variety of premium tonic water. We pair our gin and tonic carefully, few factors to consider, the aromatic of the gin, bitterness and dryness of the tonic, the chill from the ice, acidity and additional flavours from the garnish, and last but not lease the ‘hit’ from the alcohol must never be neglected. Let the pursuit in creating the best Gin and Tonic continues!
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No.5 Bistro Penang - 109, Lebuh VictoriaSee 8 photos and 1 tip from 22 visitors to No.5 Bistro Penang. "Great place for dinner .. good food nice drink and fantastic dessert 🙌🏻"
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No. 5 Bistro @ Victoria Street, Georgetown, Penang.Indian-inspired Sweet & Sour Chicken is one of the latest creations... basically grilled Chicken Thigh served atop of Japanese Rice and Sweet-Sour sauce. The combination of Japanese Rice and well-grilled Chicken Thigh speaks for itself. The Chicken was good on its own... perfectly tender and juicy; the Japanese Rice was well-executed either. We did not however, enjoy the Sweet-Sour sauce, we thought it was way too sweet to our liking. The 'Sour' factor somehow went missing and it was saccharine sweet to dip the Chicken into the sauce.