The main highlight is obviously Roasted Turkey, which is served with sweet potatoes, chestnuts, vegetables, cranberry sauce and giblet gravy.
You may enjoy their theme buffet, the Grill, Rotisserie & Seafood Medley every Thursday and Friday (lunch 12pm - 3pm; dinner 6.30pm - 9.45pm) or Japanese and Seafood Galore themed Buffet every Saturday and Sunday (lunch 12pm - 3pm; dinner 6.30pm - 9.45pm). The weekend themed buffet lunch is priced at RM 72 nett (adult), RM 36 nett (child) and RM 51 nett (senior citizen) while buffet dinner is priced at RM 122 nett (adult), RM 61 nett (child) and RM 85 nett (senior citizen).
I highly recommend Durian Crème Brûlée too.
This place served fine dinning with varieties of good wine. For those that would like to enjoy afternoon tea, there is a section for that too. The Ambience is cozy and elegant. The taste of food here touches all the taste buds sensation. The only word to describe is ‘Devine’.
Platform 9 3/4 serves French cuisine in a fine dining setting.
Overall, Hotel Jen Penang’s “Sea & Grill” buffet offers a wide variety of fresh seafood such as snow crab legs, tiger prawns, oysters and slipper lobsters
The “Sea & Grill” buffet available from 6pm till 9.30pm on Fridays and Saturdays is priced at RM120 per adult, RM60 per child and RM90 per senior citizen (55 years and above).
Café Jen's Sea & Grill Buffet Dinner is priced at RM120.00 per person.
The quality of the food here is as good as the one i tried at Kuala Lumpur outlet.
Hailed from Texas, one of the biggest names in the fast food chain industry- Texas Chicken has recently expanded its business operation to the Northern Region of Malaysia, opening its first store in 1st Avenue Mall Penang. The newly opened store in Georgetown is the first store outside of Klang Valley and Negeri Sembilan. It all started with the demands posted by the fried chicken enthusiasts on the Facebook Page and with careful planning, it finally materialized. We were also told that there will be a few more new stores opening in the northern region in the near future. The menu offered in all Texas Chicken stores is standardized across (save for the seasonal offers) and the quality is controlled to ensure the highest standards are met.
We enjoyed the Smoked Duck variant better than the other; we thought the combination was better. The extra touch of Japanese Furikake (Japanese Rice Sprinklers) added another layer of flavor to the dish. Apart from that, the flavor combo was quite straight forward
Another one of my favorite food here is the Homemade Chicken Luncheon Meat and Sausage.
The Line Sandwich (RM 23) would be an ideal choice for those who loves to have sandwich. It comes in a bigger portion, having pork bacon, smoked salmon, eggs and hams as filling and covered with homemade bread that gives a full sensation. It is served with well cut French Fries too.
The Line's Seafood Aglio Olio was a little different compared to others... particularly the introduction of Salmon into the dish. While we enjoyed the al-dente texture of the Pasta, we found the dish a little fishy (stench) probably due to Salmon. It was bearable but that somehow discounted some marks. For light eaters, the Portobello & Sausage works. The Chicken Sausage was delicious.... well-seasoned with an addictive bouncy texture while the Sunny Side Up was well-cooked with runny Egg Yolk in the middle. Not to be missed is the Croissant.... extremely flaky and even better to go with the premium Butter.
As for the taste, it was home cooked dishes with simple flavour and seasoning. Not any robust taste but it keeps your heart warm and stomach hunger fulfilled. Moreover, the price is inexpensive.
This is the place you get Tang Yuen 湯圓 (Glutinous Rice Balls) at night. During the day or lunch time, it's a popular place for Teow Chew porridge.
Coffee 1911's Platter features a blend of Western and Asian elements, the most distinctive item is of course none other than its home-made Otak-Otak. The combination of Beef Bacon, Sausages, Otak-Otak and Toast does not seem to blend in... perhaps it works for sharing but does not constitute a good main. Also, for the price of Rm 24, we thought it was a little on the expensive side
The winning dish was the Seared Beef with Red Wine sauce. My partner in crime did not like rare meat so we had to go for Medium Rare but the texture was still beyond amazing- so tender and meaty, the Red Wine sauce did not overkill the beefy flavor but good enough to provide a touch of flavors to the meat. This was the dish that we enjoyed most that evening.
One of the special items on offer- any order of the Teriyaki Salmon Rice Bowl comes with a cup of Coffee, Tea or Fruit Juice... cooked Salmon, Avocado, Greens (Cucumbers, Cherry Tomatoes, Broccoli) and Hard-boiled Eggs, served atop of Japanese Rice and over Teriyaki sauce. The combination would fit for any health-watchers; the Japanese touch of Teriyaki Sauce was the soul of the dish but everything was basically straight-forward, no extra seasoning was used. For those who yearn for lighter options, the Toasted Bagel is a good choice.
Lavish Fusion Bakery is located at a heritage shop along the bustling Victoria Street and is ornamented with pink walls, plants, and beautiful mural art which depict the elements of strong nature, tropical and beach vibes.
But on the other hand, Wild Berries Lemonade captured our heart with its amazing taste. A taste featuring the sour and sweetness that triggers the senses in unexpected ways, YUM!! Wild Berries Lemonade @ RM 17.20
Roasted chicken Green Curry at about MYR 28.5 where the green curry gravy is served in the very small glass container shown ini the photo.
When it comes to pasta offerings, expect to tuck into the Seafood Risotto prepared with al dente Arborio rice. The creamy umami-rich risotto with many flavors and ingredients of tiger prawn, clams, calamari, and semi-dried tomato offers abundant heartiness.
Carbonara Smoked Duck – RM28, Smoked Duck Slices, Carbonara Cream, Egg Yolk, Speghetti Parmesan Cheese & Fresh Egg Yolk, Cracked a la minute. Even though this dish is not the signature here, yet the taste of this dish was simply delicious. The fresh eggs yolk made the pasta creamy when mixed together. On the other hand, the taste of the smock duck slices were tender and packed with aroma.
Was a bit disappointed la cause they looked like a restaurant/cafe that has it all. But then again, there were quite a lot of food items on their menu. But the Salted Egg Yolk Pasta is really the bomb!
Olive Oil Zucchini Bread (MYR 13) Comes with some sea salt sprinkles and whirl of smooth crème fraîche.
Both Cafe Latte (H) and (I) taste simply delicious. A beautiful combination of coffee and almond milk that packs a punch, delicious and smooth. In addition, what I love about this cafe is that they don't charge extra for Almond Milk. Sounds great right.
Reasons to visit: great coffee, charming setting, do try the zucchini bread.
Their tasting menu mainly revolves around the produce-driven concept, to recreate nostalgic flavours using bold innovative cooking methods.
Reasons to visit Communal Table by Gen 根: inventive contemporary Malaysian cuisine; serious portions that are perfect for sharing; highly recommend gourmets from the globe pay a visit
The taste of the wantan mee are almost the same as before despite the chewiness of the noodle not as much and the gravy is more starchy. As for the Char Hor Fun, the taste is packed with wok aroma.
If you’re reminiscing the old taste, visit the place and try out their dishes.
Once a popular spot for a comfort bowl of Hong Kong style wonton mee, Hong Kee Wan Thun Mee officially announced their closure on Facebook weeks ago.