SeaQueen Restaurant Straits Quay Tanjung Tokong
Overall, the dim sum was good and the ambiance was also very comfortable. There is a multi-storey carpark at Straits Quay. As for the price, I would say it is considered reasonable judging by its location and ambiance. The ingredients used to prepare the dim sum were also very fresh. This is the ideal place for people living nearby to have dim sum without the hassle of going to town.
海峡湾餐厅 (SeaQueen Restaurant) 最近推出了现点现做的正宗港式点心！
The best part is, not only you get to pamper your palate but also stand a chance to win exciting prizes by joining their Facebook contest.
everything is intended to soothe, staff are lovely, the brunch is great, and their milkshake is nigh-on irresistible.
We had BYOB (RM 14.90), a homemade pork patty which you can choose to add other toppings such as cheese, mushrooms, salsa and other ingredients at additional cost. Seasoning of the patty was alright and the sauces done well to give the taste an uplifting. Overall quite a satisfying burger to have in the morning.
Here's the location.
We were shocked but delighted to see the gigantic portion of this Caveman Platter which should be able to feed 3 to 5 person well. The Platter comes with 2 Chicken Sausages, 2 Pepper Lamb Sausages, 4 Chicken Kebabs, 4 Chicken Wings, as well as some Char-Grilled Lamb. Both the sausages were well-executed and delicious so does the Kebab.
Coffee Jelly 这是 No Eyed Deer 最著名的甜品。 我觉得还不错，因为我很喜欢喝咖啡。
The Fried Wild Mushroom Fried Rice 野菌炒饭 is a comfort fare, with a variety of mushrooms, carrot, and vegetables whipped up with a pleasing, smoky taste. The accompaniment is a simple salad, a combination of shredded purple and white cabbage, carrot, and corn. Chili padi in light soy sauce gives the dish a spicy kick.
Black Porridge, Fish (RM 9.50) certainly is a great bargain with its wallet-friendly price tag. The dish utilizes a more solid rice granules, which presumably to unpolished rice grains that comes with richer nutrients. A handful of black mushrooms were added to the porridge, giving rise to a pleasant taste portfolio for the overall dish. It totally dismisses the claim that porridge is meant for sick person.
Mama Kim's signature Sauna Mee did not disappoint. A pot of goodies served with in a scorching hot pot, the broth is then poured over it... allowing it to heat up and to bring it to a boil. The broth was lightly seasoned with discernible sweetness from vegetables, everything felt so light and easy on the palate. For those who prefer a spicy punch, try their home-made Chili paste.
Edo Ichi is kind of a luxury japanese restaurant. Though, i think they serve sorta bigger portion than Sakae Sushi and have better service.
It is so pack that we can’t get a table and have to sit at Sushi bar but better than waiting, the sushi bar is not small either it has great depth that enough to place a few plate so it still very comfort. Great environment with dim light and a big aquarium with sea water fish in it.
Next, we tried Edo Ichi’s Soft Shell Crab and Salmon Skin salad (RM18). This salad comes with a heavenly sesame dressing that left me wanting more! I love Asian style dressings so much more than regular mayo or Thousand Island.
The specialty offered by Ah Wang cafeteria is their homemade kaya, sandwiching in between the breads. It comes with a custardy texture and the sweetness is well balanced. Often time, it comes accompanied with butter, or better known as Roti Kahwin. Their homemade kaya is available for sale too.
Ah Wang Cafe has been operated more than 30 years. It is famous due to it home made Kaya & toast. This cafe does not operate in air condition environment. UDA flat is sitting next to the sea, you can enjoy the sea wind while enjoying the toasted bread.
The Stall of Ah Wang Cafe is famous for its Bread/Toasted Bread with Butter/'Kaya'/Boiled Egg (Roti Kaya, Roti Butter, Roti Kahwin & Roti Telur) and it is a great place to take a short break there in the late afternoon.
Here's the location.
For me I am indifferent, I do find its one of the better ones around, and when my fav CKT stall is close, I will usually have this Hokkian Mee. Will I travel out of my way to have this. Well frankly no, I am not that crazy of Hokkian Mee.
Hock Chicken Rice is one of the Better ones around actually, One that I will actually travel to, out of the way for a meal here. I have been eating this chicken rice (from its original shop) at the junction of Jln Tg Bungah / Jln Chee Seng, and then this seller branching off to a Kopi Tiam Jalan Concord and then to its current location at the Market. What make it one of my favorites? The Soup Serve is superb, the poach chicken is not dry, rice is full of natural flavors (not margarine)
Service is good and price is reasonable.
Spaghetti Aglio olio with Smoked Duck (RM 21) is cooked to al-dente with a generous quantity of smoked duck. Sprinkles of chili flakes may be a tad overwhelming as it rendered the entire dish tasted flat. Overall, the spaghetti was a tad greasy to enjoy.
Rather a playful combination, the Creamy Tomato Thai Sauce Spaghetti did not really hit us. We found the combo a little odd at the beginning... it was a medley of sweet, savory, sour and spiciness in one go but it was somehow weird to us. It was something like Thai Chili sauce with Carbonara Cream sauce; the Chicken was disappointingly average. Though tender, it did not really leave us with a very deep impression.
The Poke Bowl on the other hand, was beyond amazing. The Rice was infused with Pesto and they were very generous with the condiments. The concoction turned out to be a little sweet but it was completely bearable. We love the Pesto-element and thought the dish was very palatable. Not the ordinary Poke Bowl that you can find elsewhere but Javu's rendition is surely one of the better ones.
Intrigued by its name, we ordered a Chicken Tagine (RM 32) and Chicken Piri Piri (RM 22), a Moroccan specialty served with rice & couscous and a sousvide whole boneless chicken marinated in piri piri sauce respectively. The classic North African chicken tagine had 4 decent chicken stew in curry alike gravy, though it is lighter than the conventional Malaysian curries. However to our dismay, the promised couscous on the menu description was missing! As we were in a hurry, we did not bother to ask.
For seafood lovers, indulge in the Red Snapper Ratatouille. This house special offers fresh local red snapper baked with flaky softness, served with crunch of almonds, parmesan, and lemon butter.
It’ll be one dining experience that you’ll never forget about.
It’s our first time here and on the visit, we went for the Midori set – a reasonably priced course with the offering of appetizers, 8 kinds of sushi, a special dish, kaisen chawan mushi, and dessert. The highlight is the sushi rice – prepared using traditional-aged red vinegar which lightly colors the rice and giving it a mellow taste. A touch of freshly-grated wasabi gives the food a spicy lift.
You will get to enjoy different range of food from Jazz Hotel Buffet.
Jazz Feast is the all-day dining restaurant of Jazz Hotel Penang.
Offering the very best of local and international cuisines. The curated buffet spread offers diners to continually indulge in their preferred home cooked classics and also lots of new favorites.
Finally, before we hit off, decided to try out their French Toast @ RM 5.50. This is one of the best, fried to perfection, peanut butter amount is just right. Crust from outside, soft inside. Indeed one of a item must order.
Here's the location.
This Restaurant is a nice place to enjoy Malaysian Style of Chinese Cuisine, We had a wonderful dinner of biitter gourd with eggs, kangkung belacan, kerabu chicken, clayport beancurd, and salad prawns
One of the easiest ways to find good local eats is to follow the crowd, especially when the place is tucked in the residential neighborhood or off the track. We were succumbed to the large and seemingly inviting facade of Jia Shi Restaurant (家式饭店). The Chinese restaurant at Lembah Permai has never failed to attract a great crowd especially during weekends; the menu is huge and has everything that suits all age groups. The heat-intolerant can opt to dine-in at the fully air-conditioned room while those who prefer a more outdoorsy ambiance could opt to sit at the al-fresco dining area, facing the serene green park. The service is brisk and prices are reasonable, we'd definitely love to return more- be it a casual family dinner or for a special occasion (with the family).
What we did like, though, was the Teochew steam fish. Done with pickled vegetables, chili padi, and tomatoes, the combination of tanginess and spiciness was spot on.
Overall dinner was not too expensive with the total bill coming up to RM250 for a total of 6 dish (including fish maw) in this non aircondition, converted terrace house restaurant . What surprice me is the efficiency, with order taken minutes, no confusion and the 6 dish arrived very fast and within seconds of each other, in a full house environment (we got the last available table for that night)
烤kamo(鸭)，鸭肉包住cherry tomato，很香。。。 放进嘴里，不要直接咬，关着嘴巴5-10秒钟，你会嗅到那种烧烤味，咬下去那个tomato，跟拿鸭肉混在一起，可能小偏想烧烤想到疯了，感觉直接带我飞上青天～～
Previously a chef at Miraku, Chef Takahiro Kinoshita and his wife opens their own restaurant at Vantage. Here's the location. Please call to make reservation before you visit during the weekends.
To sum it up, this is a good authentic Japanese restaurant which I will definitely pay them another visit for their set lunch menu (They serve ala carte during dinner). I give this restaurant extra points because they serve 100% authentic Japanese instead of commercialised fusion food.
The star dish of the day was Sizzling Beef... tender, juicy and flavorful meat served on a sizzling hot pan... with Black Pepper sauce; not too Thai but definitely very delicious.
All in all, Chili Head Social Bar & Eatery definitely the Thai food dining experience in the heart of Tanjong Tokong.