In fact, the friendly staff will recite wishes of blessings as they prepare the Yee Sang for you.
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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.
Tok Tok Mee Noodle House, used to known as Hong Kee Wantan Noodle now is operate by the next generation where the legacy of bamboo noodle was passed down. 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.
Good Service!! 5 Stars!!!!
If you can be bothered to put up with the potential irritations of the wait list, then I thoroughly recommend Haidilao. It’s expensive (at just over RM100 per person), but we left well fed, had a great time, and even managed to push that 2 hour window a little. Really fun dining experience.
HaiDiLao Hotpot was founded many years back and has expended to become a world-well-known hot pot restaurant
If you want a local Penang version of loh mee, you can visit Kim Leng Loh Mee at Restoran Joo Huat at Perak Road Penang.
1119 Curry Mee Stall at Joo Huat Cafe is one of the curry mee selling in Penang that served non-santan (no coconut milk) at their base. The taste of the curry mee is as good as those that have included santan and it is packed with nostalgic and classic flavor. The blood cockles are fresh and juicy, while the soup is thick and aromatic, and the chili paste is packed with pungent. Overall the curry mee is worth the taste
The pancake taste good, the outer layer of the pancake is crunchy and the ingredient inside it is good too, though simple but I like it.
Tasty savoury fragrant KL style wanton noodles with tasty plump wantons.
Polo Bun with Butter (菠萝油) – RM4.50, a very typical Hong Kong pastry. The top of the bun was covered with slightly sweet crust while the inner of the bun was stuffed with a piece of creamy butter. In Penang, it is so difficult to get Polo Butter Bun. That is the reason I came to this cafe to try out the bun. It is in fact one of their best-sellers and usually sold out by noon. The top crust was so nice and the bun was soft and warm. Having it with soft and creamy butter was simply satisfying. This bun is perfect when it is served warm.
For the menu, although I thought that the price is wallet-friendly but the choices are limited.
The ingredient serve here is fresh, good quality and the soup gives you the authentic Sichuan taste. There are also some small bites food apart from the hotpot where you can just munch on it while waiting for your hotpot food to be cooked.
Definitely a great hotpot experience, especially if you’re coming in a big bunch, the more the merrier.
Besides the Teochew-style noodle, you can go all the way through to the Steamed Hor Fun with Groupa Fish Fillet and Roasted Pork with Crispy Noodle.
L Kitchen is a place where it’s suitable for all ages.
Overall, the food here was nice and some of the dishes were unique. However, certain dishes had a sweet ending
Along with a nice cosy ambiance to go with it. If you have not tried their desserts before, you should :)
Creamy tong-sui is showcased in the bubur cha cha, green bean sago, and the black glutinous rice, with the former cooked in coconut milk and the latter complemented by a topping of thick coconut milk.
Here's the location.
Khoon Pastry House is one of the renowned names for pastries and cakes back in the 70's and 80's. In recent years, Khoon Pastry has evolved and has now added Hainanese delicacies to their menu.
Chicken Shepherd's Pie (RM 19.90) is another delicious item here. The classic dish is presented in a beautiful way with wavy appearance, then the mashed potatoes are silky smooth and complemented well with other ingredients. The taste is nice and lightly with a touch of creaminess. Although the shepherd's pie looks like a dessert or a side dish but a piece of it should fulfill your calories load of the day.
这一餐的总结是，每一道餐点我都感到非常的满意！ 尤其是Shepherd Pie，更是令人回味无穷，回去后还会念念不忘 所以Khoon Pastry House绝对是一家会让人再次回访的海南特色餐厅喔！
One of the dish that caught our attention is Loy Kee Wanton Noodle as a number of patrons in other tables have it ordered on their table. We did not realized we have tried it previously when they used to operate at Lebuh Kimberly. The noodles were served al-dente and briming with nice sesame oil flavour, although we felt the pepper was overwhelming. On the other hand, we also had the wanton soup and enjoyed it much. The wanton is packed with nicely seasoned filling.
the food here is pretty good though.
Meanwhile, don’t miss the Kuantan Road curry mee served in a soup boiled with a combination of coconut milk and chili. A standard bowl of curry mee comes with a choice of noodles, along with beansprouts, cuttlefish, cockles, taufu bok, prawns, and pig’s blood cubes. If you are really hungry, have the curry mee with extra roast pork.
♥Verdict: Definitely a place that worthy to put into your Penang food hunting list!
[Non-halal] Kheng Pin Cafe is known for their Lobak - and it is truly one of the best we’ve had. The char kuey teow is good too!
Really good springy noodles with a balance of sweet and savoury sauces that brought the noodles to life.
Tai Tong Restaurant – Dim Sum at George Town Penang Malaysia
Many have said that this is one of the "Famous Dim Sum" in Penang!
Carrot cakes, taro dumpling and egg tarts were above average, where as the rest of the items were mediocre
♥Verdict: The toasts was nicely toasted with pleasant smokey aroma, however it was just decent, as though it was just and ordinary toasts that can be found in many Kopitiams. The same goes for the half boiled egg and black coffee, perhaps their signature Hainanese Coffee is something that we should’t miss. =.=’
This is Toh Soon Cafe’s specialty. Lightly overcooked soft-boiled eggs lying atop charcoal grilled buttery toasts — what a combination!
Toast & Egg were delicious as well with some extra dash of black pepper and soy sauce.
Moreoever, we got to know the soup base was prepared, cooked and simmered a night before. No wonder we could savour a natural sweet taste and it is so addictive to enjoy the soup.
Here's the location.
套餐的份量很大， 服务生捧炭炉上桌的时候炉火旺盛， 热腾腾的汤底滋滋作响。
The spiced coconut-based soup is very fragrant and that scoop of well-cooked chili paste and drip of chili oil gives you that ultimate kick. The topping is fresh and comes together well with the creamy and aromatic soup. For me, this is my choice for white curry mee in Penang.
The Shop of Duck Blood Curry Mee, Burma Road is now added with additional culinary. There is a stall of Koay Teow Thng which also sells Lam Mee is operating in the shop for just 4 days ago. The soup base is cooked with old hens which are very flavourful and the lam mee is also delicious and tastes nostalgic. The Chee Cheong Chok is very thick and yummy. Once start, unable to stop.
Duck blood curry mee is one of the unique and rare culinary in Penang. This is also one of the traditional and classic flavors. The chili paste of this stall is packed with char-grill flavor which brings the taste to another higher level. The texture of the duck blood is so soft and smooth which is one of the delicacies.
The Christmas Eve Buffet at Cititel Hotel Penang is priced at RM 118 nett (adult) and RM 59 nett (child).
Besides à la carte dishes, Main Street Cafe also serves buffet lunch and dinner on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Seafood and Japanese cuisine are the theme on Friday, while seafood and roasts take the center stage on Saturday.
Food serve here are very to our local Penang taste. The Tomyam Fried Bihun is nice with a strong tomyam taste and a well cook Bihun but the serving size is small.
The outlet is well-known for its intensely flavorful braised Teo Chew dishes, prepared with duck and pork along with onion, ginger, star anise, and many other spices. The braised ingredients are served with a choice of porridge or rice – perfect to fuel up the day.
Of course, coming to Toh Soon, the must try food is their coffee and toast. Instead of going for their usual white bread toast, instead i order their Steam Black Charcoal Sesame Bread and for the spread choose to have a mixture of Homemade Peanut Butter and Homemade Kaya mix together with this bread. The bread is soft because i choose to have it steam and the kaya is tasty, it goes well with the Peanut Butter.
Using homemade chili paste – Mee Goreng Mamak here is a truly Penang Mamak food.
Not too sure if the Toasts were grilled over Charcoal fire but they were a little too dry to our liking. The Kaya and Peanut Butter spreads were alright though