Went to Ong Cheng Huat Seafood Restaurant after almost 20 years ago..........
Since there are only 3 of us, all ladies, so we ordered two (2) of their signature fried chickens. It cost only RM6.50 per chick. It was well marinated and fried to perfection. It is called "chien kae kia" or fried baby chicken in local Hokkien dialect.
Verdict: Revisit? Most probably yes if I happen to be at Butterworth again. I highly recommend the Deep Fried Spring Chicken and Fried Mee Hoon. I also read a lot good comment regarding their steamed Red Snapper, try it out if you have plan to dine in here.
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
Poached Hor Fun with Fish. – RM7/- This dish is very similar to the Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun found in all Tim Sum Place, Basically Hor Fun and Fish Slices poached and topped with soya sauce. Quite enjoyable by itself
Basically food is self serve, with on occasion visitation by a server carrying a tray of a single type of Tim Sum. What available here are similar in terms of verity and taste with HQ, however with subtle difference.
Braised Duck Meat, believe the duck meat must be braised for long as it fully absorb the sauce flavor and the bone easily fall of from bone, it is so soft and delicious.
Grab some good quick and cheap bento set for family lunch. We pick PENTAGO 5 STUDIO set...since it is a good taste with most competitive offered price -
A westernize restaurant.
The interior of the Cafe is modern and simple at the same time with hanging light bulbs and very laid back type of seating area, especially those on the second floor.
MAMA BOWL MENU look very interesting for me...and yummy....I have seen all my lovely food - shrimp, tomyam, butter.............
This is my favorite Korea KimChi Pancake. Really taste solid and full of kimchi spicy smell.
BBQ in Love Cafe, Raja Uda - this cafe look very romantic
What good here is their Koey Teow Soup, I like their Siew Bak (Roast Pork), and while my wife like their loh bak.
Overall the food taste here is slight sweet base and dear and me realize by looking around most of the customer here is order the dry type noodle. Dear and me will came back here again to evaluate their dry type noodle.
Great and giant size of American breakfast.
Garden Feel Cafe - serving mixture of Asian and Western breakfast cuisine. You may experience the garden feel here.... British feel indeed.
We are following tight SOP to step into the restaurant...
What I like best is either their Dry Laimen, dry style, serve with a giant mince meat ball, and slices of Grilled Honey Pork and half boil egg, or their Pork Belly Laimen, serve with herbal soup, braised pork belly, and slightly undercook (Japanese Style) hard boil egg and their loh bak.
VERY DELIVIOUS...yummy yummy.....................
Texas Fried Chicken has a unique item, its their Jalapeno Bombers
I decided to try their Chicken Supreme Burger and the Jalapeno Bombers. Interesting meal
In the restaurant...I do not see much different with KFC ...haaa!
I love the food here.
very unique design of restaurant
The main dish Duck Breast was nicely grilled on the surface and served with mashed Potatoes and greens... as well as a zesty Orange jam. While the Duck Breast skin has a crackling crisp texture, the inner meat texture was peculiarly mushy. We were expecting a juicy, meaty texture but it was completely opposite. Fortunately, the mashed Potato was nicely done- creamy and perfectly seasoned.
The contemporary design of the shop with classic bak kut teh recipe, this made Lao San Dong outstanding from the rest. Packed with herbs where once sitting at the dinning area of the shop, you can smell the strong aroma is also one of the signatures of Lao San Dong.
There are 3 compelling factors that made us had an enjoyable late dinner here: a) Relatively affordable price for Bak Kut Teh (RM 10/pax) b) Good flavour - Mild herb taste though it was a tad salty. c) A lot of ingredients in the pot of Bak Kut Teh - pick and customize your own without additional cost.
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.
Verdict : Decent Boiled Chicken, tasty enough, the only one that open for Lunch. The “Ipoh style” koey teow is only an approximation of the actual Ipoh Version, while the Prawns Dumpling is not bad
It's no secret that Butterworth is home to a few good restaurants that serve delicious Poached Chicken and one of the oldest names in this "expertise" is May Fong Restaurant at Kampung Benggali, Butterworth. It's impossible to miss the place during lunch hours, the place is often thronged with regular patrons especially during weekends. Families bringing the old and young is a common sight here, it is possibly the de-facto dining place for those living in the neighborhood. The menu is small here, in fact, only Poached Chicken and Wan Ton.... with Rice or Ipoh-styled Hor Fun (with add-ons like blanched Sprouts or Vegetables) but more than enough to entice the crowd. The best time to visit would be around 11 am or expect to wait for at least half an hour before your orders are served.
Today we ordered the Chun Peah, nice, tasty and crunchy (which I do recommend highly), but sadly was serve with a non traditional tomato sauce, (I would like the traditional Lea and Perrin, mix with mustard sauce), BBQ Chicken, & Lamb Chop.
This is a western cuisine restaurant but offer some limited Chinese dishes. We ordered few Chinese dishes....not bad leh!! The taste is good.
it is MIX of EASTERN and WESTERN food.
Most people are after the delicious Hainanese Chicken Chop, a fairly priced item at RM 13.50 Personally, we enjoyed the chicken chop. The large chicken fillet has been cut into small slices, and the thick gravy complemented it well by introducing a nice aroma yet without affecting the crispy texture of the chicken chop. Although it appeared to be a heavy dish but it tasted light and easy-going in the palate.