Nasi 7 Benua Koo Boo Kafe Restaurant

Taman Tunas Muda, Bayan Lepas, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Nasi 7 Benua merupakan gabungan tujuh jenis nasi dalam satu pinggan dan disajikan dengan pelbagai jenis lauk pauk mengikut pilihan anda..

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The Nasi 7 Benua is actually served with only the 7 type of rice on it and a vegetable by the side. The chicken and egg were later added by us. So it is always recommended that you add some other side dishes to the Nasi 7 Benua from the ready cooked dish or else you will only be eating 7 different type of rice which tasted almost the same.
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Extra dining space extended outside their shop with roof. Mystery Man and I picked the odd hour to dine in which is around 10 pm to have heavy supper. Guys there are friendly, greeted us with warm smile.
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7 Benua means 7 Continentals and they're presenting the rice in 7 different colours. The rice is given its own name that ranges from the Putih, Lemak, Tomato, Lamuni, Minyak, Kacang to the Hujan Panas. Basically, each rice has its special seasoning and taste respectively. By the same sequence earlier, the rice consists of plain white rice, coconut milk, tomato, black Lemuni Leaf, oil, lentils and the colourful rice.

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Restro Uwong Palembang Restaurant

1-1-45 Elite Avenue Jalan Mayang Pasir 3 11900 Bayan Lepas Penang Malaysia

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Set Nasi Ayam Cabe Ijo (RM 18.80) is priced exorbitantly in our opinion. At the very first impression (attributed to the misleading pictures), we thought it would be a glamorous lunch set with the items on the menu - tauhu goreng (at least few pieces we thought), Emping (Indonesia chips) and Sayur Asem (Indonesia vegetable in tamarind soup) served separately in a generous quantity. However, what we got is a mini buffet platter with a bowl of white rice, served along with the Ayam Cabe Ijo (no doubt it was good), a few pieces of small Emping, a piece of tauhu goreng and a small bowl of Soto alike soup. The Ayam Cabe Ijo, which is a nicely fried chicken whole leg marinated with green chili and various vegetables is delicious. Pairing it with the sambal nenas gives it a more spicy kick. However, the price tag RM 18.80 is still not justifiable.
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  • 2018-11-14 00:00:00+00:00
Pempek is definitely the signature dish here. We had the Single Set which comes in few huge pieces fit for at least 2 diners. They were deep fried and possessed resilient texture, definitely not bouncy but not mushy soft either. One of them contained Egg and to be eaten together with a thick, sweet Vinegar-like dip as well as condiments like Dried Shrimp (in powder form) and Cucumber. Not addictive but not too shabby for a change.

Sany Char Koay Teow - Bandar Bayan Baru Restaurant

10, Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah Bandar Bayan Baru 11900 Bayan Lepas Penang, Malaysia

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Taste wise? Not bad for us, at least. The koay teow noodles are smooth, and comes with a decent wok hei. Gravy is more to a sweet side and gives a slightly oily texture which is acceptable. Portion is small so order two plates or special if you are really hungry. The prawns can be neglected.

Idrus Ikan Bakar Restaurant

No. 3, Batu Uban Pengkalan Polis Marin Wilayah Utara Lebuh Raya Bayan Lepas 11900 Bayan Lepas Penang

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  • 2018-02-01 00:00:00+00:00
Locals flocked in Idrus Ikan Bakar for a few simple yet firm reasons. The food is fresh and good yet affordable, and Uncle Idrus formulated his own secret recipe to create one of a kind gastronomy experience here. For instance, Ikan Bakar Siakap (Seabass Grilled Fish) generally cost about RM 35, depending on market rate and Shell Out Seafood Platter that feeds up to 3 person is RM 75.

So Thaisty Restaurant

1, Lintang Mayang Pasir 4 Bandar Bayan Baru 11950 Bayan Lepas Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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So Thaisty started out as a Thai Tea parlour but recently, it has rolled out its food menu. Housed in a snug shop lot right to the Bayan Baru mosque (facing the Bayan Baru wet market), So Thaisty is known to serve thirst-quenching Thai Tea but its newly introduced food menu focuses on noodle-dishes. Noodle-lovers would be glad to know that no common Thai dishes such as Tom Yum or Kerabu but instead, some unconventional Thai-inspired noodle dishes. Though the menu is small, the flavors are big; the Chef pays great attention to small details as to the use of herbs and spices. Given the satisfying quality, we thought the dishes are competitively priced. It is also noteworthy that So Thaisty does catering as well, so it might be a decent option to cater for the Muslim crowd (manned by Muslim Chef and proprietor).

LaCarbonara Restaurant

72-1-9, Arena Curve Jalan Mahsuri 11950 Bayan Lepas Penang

We serve Italian & Westeren Food

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More options for the Muslim diners in Bayan Baru area- Le Carbonara is a newly opened Western-Italian restaurant that offers Italian-inspired Western dishes (run by Muslim Chef). The place looks simple and the interior setting is basic; we were really concerned if our calories will be wasted. But we were glad that everything turned out well; in fact, Le Carbonara sets the bar high. Prices may not seem wallet-friendly at first glance but if you were to check out carefully, they offer some uncommon dishes (like Ravioli) at acceptable rates. The budget-watcher or lunch-crowd may watch out for their Set Lunch, economically priced at Rm 20.90 nett, it includes a serving of Soup, Main, Dessert as well as a drink. While the dishes did not disappoint, it did take them a while to serve our orders. Those who are in a rush may wish to have their dishes pre-ordered to avoid disappointment. Le Carbonara at Arena Curve is facing Arang Coffee.

Nasi Dalca Briyani Khalis Restaurant

487, Jalan Dato Ismail Hashim Kampung Masjid 11900 Bayan Lepas Pulau Pinang

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Nevertheless, the Nasi Dalcha here is really awesome, in particularly its rich gravy. It packs a thick creamy sensation, probably due to lots of coconut being used to make the curry, which makes it goes well with the rice. Fried chicken is essentially good too. Memang sempoi laaaa....

Sany Char Koay Teow - Gelugor Char Koay Teow Pinang Sebatang Restaurant

Kampung Dua Bukit 11700 Gelugor Penang Malaysia

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This is the Super Special Char Koay Teow (RM 15) topped with crayfish and become RM 25 instead. It is a luxury version of Char Koay Teow that has Sotong, Prawns, Fish, Soft Shell Crab and an egg. We enjoyed the slight hint of spiciness that comes with some sweetness

Mee Tarik Warisan Asli - Queensbay Mall Restaurant

Lot 3F-22 3rd Floor Queens Street Queensbay Mall Persiaran Bayan Indah 11900 Bayan Lepas Penang

In China, Lanzhou in Gansu Province is famous for authentic Lanzhou Hand Pulled Noodle or Lamien. Lanzhou beef lamian or Lanzhou beef hand-pulled noodle, is a type of Chinese noodle dish originated in Lanzhou, China, and generally popular in China. It is referred to as "beef noodle" in Lanzhou. It is sometimes simply called lamian , which means hand-pulled noodle in Chinese, or "beef lamian"elsewhere in China.In Malaysia , local people called as "Mee tarik". The hallmark of Mee Tarik Warisan Asli brand is our authentic authentic Lanzhou Hand Pulled Noodle from traditional Lan Zhou recipes. Our founder Mr.Hassan bring this recipes to Malaysia.He would like to let this Mee Tarik can be tasted every corner in Malaysia

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  • 2018-01-29 00:00:00+00:00
The signature Beef Noodles was delicious, it was served to us piping hot. The broth was flavorful and multi-dimensional, it was delicately spiced with some spices that my untrained taste buds could not discerned. The meat was expertly cooked to fork-tender though we would prefer them to cut them in bigger size (we prefer the juicy bite). The noodles on the other hand, were smooth but less-bouncy. It was something out of our expectation as we were expecting the noodles to be bouncy and al-dente but they turned out to be the smooth and soft type of noodles (not exactly the texture we like but it was okay). For non-beef eaters, there is an option to replace beef with Chicken (in any dishes). The sliced Chicken Noodles impressed us with its meticulously seasoned, clean-tasting broth bursting with Chicken essence. We were not convinced with the bland color but we were proven wrong, it was in fact, very delicious; this is the type of food that I would yearn for during wet, rainy days. If you like your food with gentle chili kick, remember to ask for their special Chili Oil (complimentary).