Overall, Coffee Venture is a place worthy come for the coffee for a relaxing afternoon or evening, but the food may need more trial before a conclusive verdict can be placed.
Venture Coffee Raja Uda is a unique cafe for those who love the relaxing ambient for chitchat.
Environment inside Coffee Venture is nice and comfortable
Always famous with ONE PERSON ONE FISH.
PRICE RANGE is reasonable.
How about One Fish per person for your meal? That may sound lavish but that's the norm for diners dining at Lan Je's place. The long-established (since 1978) name- Lan Je Steamed Tilapia (兰姐清蒸非洲鱼) from Rawang has finally opened its first branch in Penang (more than 13 branches across the nation)... at the bustling Jalan Raja Uda, Butterworth. It needs no elaborated menu, just a simple one that offers uncomplicated home-cooked dishes with their signature dish- Steamed Tilapia. Freshness is what they believe in and fortunately, the branch in Penang is able to live up that reputation, for serving some of the freshest catch in town. Ironically, the prices are well-maintained at unbeatable-low rate. The name has traveled far and attracted the attention of many gourmands; the past weekend at Lan Je's (Raja Uda branch) was extremely hectic. The restaurant opened at 5:30 pm (for dinner) but the place was already packed to the brim at 5:40 pm. If you intend to make a trip there in the near future, be sure to grab your seat as early as possible.
As far as freshness is concerned, Little June nailed it. We had a few types of their Sushi and found that the prices are generally on the higher side. The Sushi Rice was nicely seasoned with a hint of Vinegar but they could not really hold well and the Rice tends to break apart. Freshness was good though and the cuts were alright.
店内还有新鲜的三文鱼🍣 和三文鱼头 🐟价钱绝对超乎您想象🥳
The name "Ko Cha Mee" brings evocative images as one would be able to link that to the delicacies we used to enjoy during earlier days. Housed in one of the corner business lots at Raja Uda, Ko Cha Mee is a noodle specialist that offers something similar to "Lam-Mee". For the uninitiated, Lam Mee is closely linked to Nyonya families and often served during birthday celebrations as the dish signifies longevity; the flavorful broth is usually cooked with Prawns and Pork Ribs/ Chicken, complemented by a dash of home-made Sambal Belacan. Ko Cha Mee offers such a platform to savor the flavors of the past, but if you are looking for a variety, this is not a place for you as the small menu only specializes in noodles (with optional add-ons). Albeit the catchy name, we did not find the food outstanding nor worth the distance to travel all the way to Raja Uda; probably a regular Lam Mee in the neighborhood is on par with theirs.
For me - the taste is quite similar like Chinese Birthday Noodle （寿面）.
We ordered Egg & Mushroom (RM 15.90) with focaccia bread. The focaccia bread was excellent in texture with great leavening, yielding much pleasure during savouring but the egg was a let down. It feels like a sunny side up instead of egg benedict. Although the mushroom quantity is ever generous, we felt it was under seasoned and it became a burden to finish it.