The Smoked Duck Breast Pesto Fettuccine was delicious but it was a little odd as there was minimal hint of Pesto (or Basil). In fact, it felt like Carbonara... but it didn't matter as long as it was good
As you walk further in, you will be welcomed by a nice cosy ambiance that certainly makes dining comfort.
The vinegar pork is so tender and its black sauce with a glossy reflection offers heat of ginger and sourish Chinese vinegar.
The restaurant has air conditioning and presents a homely atmosphere.
We enjoy a good HOME COOK Taste here.
Here's the location.
Lebanon is a modern contemporary restaurant that serves an interesting spread of Arabic cuisine. The casual fine dining restaurant opened in 2000 was located along Jalan Batu Ferringhi, Penang before moving to Tanjung Bungah.
The Barbecue Party Meat & Seafood Buffet is priced at RM88.00 net per adult.
To commemorate Flamingo Hotel's 10th anniversary, the hotel is offering Sunset Breeze (RM15.00) for a limited time.
Flamingo Hotel's Flavours Of Meat & Seafood BBQ is priced at RM88.00 net per adult, and RM48.00 net per child or senior citizen.
The dish of chili sweet and sour crab with complex flavours is satisfying complemented by deep-fried mantou with which to mop up the sauce. The bbq crab, on the other hand, is a nice option if you don’t want to commit to heavy sauce.
With a name like Tsunami Village, it certainly reminds us of the tragic moment when Penang got hit by killer waves in 2004, that particular location was probably one of the affected areas. The place is extremely popular amongst tourist, we were literally surrounded by tourists and none of the diners were locals. We were unease in the fear of falling into a tourist trap and our instinct was unfortunately, right for this round. We were first impressed by the outdoorsy setting of the place, overlooking the beach of Tanjung Bungah... followed by its thick menu. We thought the prices are very steep but proceeded nevertheless. Unfortunately, none of the dishes were impressive....
A good start is the meat platter and we went for the regular version (200gm). The platter is flurried with a selection of hams, and cheeses, besides plates of pickles, olives, and delicious mustard. We nibbled our way through the platter with warm bread.
Equally delicious was the Beef Goulash, a well-spiced and reasonably seasoned stew served with warm crusty bread... a little peppery but flavorful and dangerously addictive.
Overall, the food here was nice especially the grilled pork with garlic gravy is one of my favorites. The price was reasonable too especially the grilled pork as the portion was big. Most of the tables here are located in the open space, which the chances of getting mosquito bites are high. This is one of the main deterrents if you are sitting outdoors. The waiting time is slightly long perhaps due to the busy crowd. It would be better to be there before 7pm before the crowd starts to kick in.
I'm really enjoyed it. Would definitely recommended.
The Kimchi Jigae was a dish we enjoyed the most... served to us piping hot, it carried the perfect acidity and spiciness, perfect to wash down the Kimbap and Ja Jang Myeon. Any order of the Kimchi Jigae comes with a bowl of Steamed Rice.
Next up is the Jajang Myeon RM15, which is handmade noodle coated in black bean paste. The noodles are flavored well yet not overly intense, though I preferred the texture of the noodles to have more bite and springiness. The dish is also served in a larger bowl, which is priced at RM18. Another choice of dry noodle is the Buldak Bokeum Myeon, a dish of ultra spicy stir-fried chicken flavor noodle.
Imagine the freshest seafood on a sizzling hot pan doused over a thick, spicy-sweet sauce and give it a quick stir fry; when served with a squeeze of Lime juice, you know there's a soft spot for the Malaysian in you. Since its opening in October 2016, Lan's Corner Ikan Bakar that sits on a little hill at Tanjung Bungah (right next to the post office and Sunshine Bay Seafood Restaurant) has garnered an appreciate following. It is known to dish out some of the best Ikan Bakar in the neighborhood. There are a few cooking methods to the local seafood-produce listed on the menu, depending on your preference but we'd recommend their 'bakar' style with home-made sweet-spicy sauce. Prices may not be cheap but certainly commensurate with the portion and quality (especially freshness). Plan your visit here early as long wait is expected after 7 pm (and limited parking space).
We only managed to sample simple items like Yogurt Parfait and Bagel. The taste was pretty straight-forward and self-explanatory but if I may give some advice, I would like the Yogurt Parfait (the Caramel flavor was missing too) to have a touch of Cinnamon powder... for a more dimensional flavor... as for the Bagel... it would be better if they could be more generous with the Cream Cheese. Same goes to the Sweet Potato Latte, the Sweet Potato element could be bolder... it was too light to be discerned (except the color).
The menu is pretty limited so we resorted to some unconventional choices for our lunch - Smoked Salmon Bagel (RM 14). While the bagel texture was done alright and there was a generous portion of salmon, the entire dish just did not feel great, probably due to cream cheese spread cup was being used instead of self prepared cream cheese. Though the crew reminded us additional cream cheese can be requested but we felt it was more of the quality and not quantity of the cream cheese that calls for all the differences. Moreover, the expected aroma from sesame on top of bagel was absence.
Despite the no air-conditioned settings, the air-flow was alright during lunch hour. Menu is simple, thus we ordered a Jalapeno Bacon Cheese Burger (RM 15) and Pulled Pork Sandwich (RM 16). Both are served with some wedges, though we cannot differentiate between the burgers and sandwiches. The pulled pork was nicely done, generous in portion and comes seasoned with special BBQ sauces that gives it a strong pleasant taste, while nothing could go wrong for the classic bacon cheese combination. No fancy items on the menu but everything more like some simple western dishes that can satiate both your stomach and appetite.
Taco Al Pastor （RM23) 口感好多层次，味道好丰富。玉米饼皮保留了脆度，腌肉的咸香，各种蔬菜的甜味再加上酱料，吃了完全不觉得有负担啊！
当这盘Super Nachos被端上桌的时候我愣了好几秒钟，第一个念头是这分量也太大了吧！！！ 而且满满的馅料好吓人啊，当天我们一共也才5个人而已，看来老板很看得起我们的食量哦~ 不过除了分量以外，吸引我目光的还有那漂亮的色彩搭配，看起来赏心悦目我都不舍得吃了呢...
No matter how many times you have been to Tanjung Bungah, there's a deliciously hidden side to the beach front town; some are even unknown by the locals. Ardent fans of Mee Udang need not travel all the way to Teluk Kumbar or Sungai Dua to curb the craving. Warung Tok Mat Mee Udang is one of the secrets well-kept by the locals but the place is well-hidden from the bustling Jalan Tanjung Bungah. To reach there, one needs to travel a path less-traveled (refer to the bottom of this review for the directions); those who made their way there are those who are in the know. It is known to serve some of the freshest Mee Udang in the neighborhood- the restaurant sits by the beach side, offering spectacular beach view to its diners. The owner is related to a fisherman and it explains the source of supplies.
The star of the menu is the mee udang – essentially a bowl of yellow noodles, scalded and cooked with large prawns in a lightly spicy sweet broth. The broth packs a punch, pushed by the freshness of the seafood, chili and tomato. Garnishing include fresh onions, deep-fried shallots and spring onions for a refreshing spin. Besides the popular choice of yellow mee, the prawns can be cooked with koew teow, bee hoon or maggie mee (instant noodles). This mee udang is always a big hit with diners but if prawn does not appeal to you, it can be replaced by crab.
Nostalgia has a spacious dining hall with air conditioning.
Nevertheless, the hotel is still well connected to the city; Gurney Drive is just a 15-minute drive away.
OMG! Huge crispy chicken burger, crispy chicken chop is even bigger than my face. With buy 1 free 1 price, it only RM15 per burger. Super cheap!
Besides that, Tasty Kitchen offers its steamed fish in special sauce 剁椒蒸鱼. The fish was nicely steamed with heavy seasonings like brown bean paste, ginger, tingling chili peppers, and Sichuan peppercorns. This is certainly a dish for those who love spicy food.
One of the notable dishes at Tasty Kitchen would be the Chinese Bun- 肉夹馍... with a halved, dense Bun sandwiching shredded meat filling, pickled Chilies and a touch of savory-sweet sauce. The texture was somewhat similar to Kebab... pretty dense and can be quite filling
The Ombak's buffet dinner is available every evening from 10 May 2019 to 1 June 2019. The buffet price is RM75.00 net for adults and RM35.00 net for children.
Considering the great food taste, large meal portion, air-conditioned setting and ease of parking, I must say that a meal at The Ombak is quite a bargain!