In fact, the friendly staff will recite wishes of blessings as they prepare the Yee Sang for you.
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Good Service!! 5 Stars!!!!
HaiDiLao Hotpot was founded many years back and has expended to become a world-well-known hot pot restaurant
The ingredients were quite straight-forward but they were all fresh; worth-mentioning one was the hand-pulled noodle that comes with a performance though the server did not really "pull" the noodles well... leaving a huge knot at the end.
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.
Definitely a great hotpot experience, especially if you’re coming in a big bunch, the more the merrier.
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.
Milk Tea is signature, rich and milky taste.
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.
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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.
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.
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.
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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。
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！
In summary, Khoon Pastry House excels in its chicken rice and pies - clearing the bar by a huge margin. This is not a statement that I take lightly. I highly recommend this bakery whether you are looking for a quick bite of pastry, or for a casual Hainanese-style chicken rice meal.
It’s quite a lovely spot and we would like you to check them out!
On the other hand, the cheese egg tarts had the bird nest topping it, creating a very contradicting texture that complemented each others well. The cheese is rich, and the bird nest is light, forming a harmonious yin and yang sensation.
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.
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.
Small bowl at RM 3.80 is really a good bargain. Filled with classic ingredients such as chicken feet, pig skin, pig intestine, herbal egg, special home blend garlic vinegar sauce and also chili paste. Love the starchy soup base with a bit of saltiness and sweetness to my liking as the amount of vinegar garlic is just nice and could be better if slightly stronger.
The gravy is definitely the one that makes Kim Leng loh mee unique. The thick gravy is flavourful and gives a bit hint of sweetness. It is very inviting. Next, KayaButter love its braised eggs, very well marinated. You can add extra ingredients as you like such as the chicken legs, braised eggs, meats and internal organs. Internal organs are not KayaButter’s favourite, so we ask them to exclude that in our loh mee. Oh ya, the loh mee also comes with pork’s skin.
Sadly, perhaps it was too early into the evening as there were no life music performance yet at that hour (perhaps)! Prices of cocktails here starts at rm$20++ and beyond.
This bar currently top in our list for simple few reasons. Great ambiance, great live band and there are many props for you to play with. Besides that, drinks here are pretty decently price too. Heard my friend mention that cocktail in here are pretty good too which I have yet tried.
Next on the list is Fish Bone Soup with Abalone, Scallop and Whelk Abalone. The soup is brimming with rich flavour with all exquisite seafood treasure to symbolize its superiority. This is definitely not a choice if you are looking for a soup that offers light taste.
Maple Palace Chinese Restaurant is like a 5 stars restaurant with really good service, nice environment and tasty food.
Established in 2009, Maple Palace Chinese Restaurant 美寶閣 has been a proven favorite of diners in Penang. Housed in a sprawling heritage mansion on Northam Road (Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah), the restaurant offers huge dining area and private rooms with cozy and warm ambiance for diners to retreat to. With an impressive menu of Cantonese cuisine, the restaurant offers options for large and small events, to wedding receptions and also specially-curated set with off-menu dishes based on diner’s preferences.
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The signature dish here, As You Like Signature Chicken Pot, is absolutely commendable.
Notable choices include the Kurobuta Pork Belly and Chives Dumplings; both were equally delicious in its own way. Though this is not something that we can eat on a regular basis, the superior quality of the ingredients stands out... not too bad for a change provided you have a little budget to spare
Overall the food is just so so. Most of the people are here just for the quantity. Not the quality. If it hits long weekend, this place is like a warzone. Everything have to fight for it. Fight for table, fight for dim sum. Crazy!
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If there is a particular food that leaves us the most impression, it would be their Teochew Fried Noodle. It is not listed on the menu but once you ask the crew, they will tell you whether it is available. Noodles were fried to al-dente and seasoned nicely.
This is yet the best White Curry Noodle I have had in Penang, noodle was perfectly cooked with tasty soup "white color" (optional addition of extra chili), the bowl comes with Sotong slices, Fresh cockels as well as QQ Duck blood (instead of Pork blood). Another dish, the 白斩鸡 Deboned Boiled Chicken with Soy Sauce is definitely a must try, one of the best 滑鸡 I have ever tried.
Hola! The transformation is done and there comes a reddish colour of curry mee. It emits a strong essence of curry taste and a pleasant aroma, with the spiciness level can be adjusted depending on the amount of chilli paste you have added. Beware though as too much of the chilli paste may cause choking as it is real spciy! That is why they named it Hot Bowl!