Overall, the food here is just average, nothing special to shout about. Food serving is fast, service is good. For me, i would just come here to kill some time maybe hang out with friends over a cup of drinks.
The signature dishes here are roasted pork slices which is crunchy and juicy at a bite and the fresh garlic scallops that is so fresh and juicy with the aroma of garlic this is the happy dish.
All other Hotpot ingredients were fresh; note-worthy ones include the Taichi Duo-Shrimp Paste and Fresh Fish Slices. The Taichi Duo Shrimp Paste has two flavors- original and spicy. Both were good and there were bits of the bouncy Shrimps in the paste.
With its healthy concept drink and European bread, it has become one of the favourite Pearl Milk Tea brands of Penangites.
During our visit, chickens are fried on the spot upon order to ensure freshness. You can have in ala carte, or order in a complete set (comes with French fries and soft drink of your choice). Nevertheless, the fried chicken was falling short of our expectations (smaller chickens and dried meat), and the burger ain't impressive neither. It might be an okay choice if are looking for something to full your hunger and nothing else
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The beauty of Injeolmi Bingsu is its simplicity... milk flavored shaved Ice topped with Mung Bean Flour, Mochi, Nuts and evaporated Milk. The shaved Ice was fine, soft and milky-sweet but the sweetness was of comfortable level, it was subtle and not saccharine sweet. The evaporated Milk increased the smoothness and milkiness of the sweet treat; overall, we thought it was quite delicious
Red Bean Ice Top (RM 23) was served in generous portion and topped up with Azuki beans and almond flakes. We enjoyed the well balanced sweetness introduced by the condensed milk and the sleek shaved ice that gentle to the tongue. Usage of Azuki beans did make the difference and reflect its Korean descent. It is best shared among 2 people to prevent fatigue arising from having too big bowl at one go.
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