We were very impressed with the cut we had- Angus Striploin... it was meticulously cooked to the right doneness with all the meat juices locked within. The outside was perfectly charred while the inside remained succulent and tender. It was carefully seasoned with the right amount of addictive and alluring charred aroma... one of the best steaks around.
Here's the location.
This is the Christmas Special - about MYR 18.
The cozy environment in the cafe is an ideal place to hangout with your friend and family in the afternoon
Penang竟然有一家超受Instagrammer欢迎的Dessert Bar,这里有在澳洲Sydney超级火红的 #Watermelon蛋糕,可以 #拉长长 的蒜蓉面包,甚至还将Bubur Cha Cha变成蛋糕!
Overall, Roots Dessert Bar is a great addition to the community. And with Hui May never ending passion for sweet treats, Penangites will sure to have plenty of dessert creations to look forward to. We for sure can’t wait to go back and try!
Roots Dessert Bar has been on a lot of dessert lover’s radars since its opening at The Museum Hotel in Georgetown, Penang. This outlet on Jalan A.S. Mansoor, off Transfer Road is Hui May and JT’s dessert corner, offering a variety of artisanal sweets and salties besides drinks.
New kid on the block- Roots Dessert Bar, joins the plenitude of dessert cafes in Penang but the newly opened dessert bar sure has something up its sleeves- the menu comprises of an array of uncommon desserts has certainly come to merit the title... as a 'dessert bar'. Do not expect to find some conventional cakes here but instead, artisan desserts and pastries that would please any stubborn diners. Taste is not the only thing that they are focusing on, the presentation counts. Inspired to serve plated desserts, Roots pays great attention to its food presentation. Combination and flavors are meticulously paired and thought through; though Roots offers light snacks (jaffles) too but the desserts are probably their core competencies. So go ahead and order their desserts first. Roots Dessert Bar is a few doors away from The Little Journeyman Cafe at The Museum Hotel, off Transfer Road.
This is their signature for the cheese roll spread. Raglette with Crisy Potatoes @ RM 25. You are served with a plate of crispy potato with some mushroom and cherry tomato. A minute later, a guy will bring a warm roll of Raglette and spread the top warm part into the dish. My personal verdict is, it looks cool and taste are bland. A good gimmick.