Chicken rice is a type of hawker food so common that you will find it in almost all coffee shops. The birds can be either roasted to deep golden brown or boiled to retain tenderness. Today, we bring you to a stall selling boiled chicken 白切鸡 which is probably the best in Bayan Lepas, Penang area.
Looking for a “Choo Char” restaurant in Relau, Penang area? There are few options along the main road but if you are looking for one with air-conditioned environment yet not breaking your bank, try Relau Bamboo Cafe 竹轩小食馆 at Golden Triangle.
Located next to Kai Curry Bar at Jalan Phuah Hin Leong, Creameal is a small cafe specialized in all-day breakfast, waffle and homemade ice cream. Similar to other restaurants in the same street, parking is a bit difficult here but it does not stopping us from trying out their homemade ice cream in one evening.
Yoshinoya Hanamaru – a Japanese casual fast food restaurant well known of its beef bowl and udon. Its self-service concept has attracted many customers looking for a quick meal yet not sacrificing on the quality of the food. It has few outlets in Malaysia with the recent one at the basement of Gurney Plaza, Penang.
Time flies and it has been two years since DCOVA opens its door at Bishop Street, George Town, Penang. Recently, we revisited it for some new dishes preview.
What’s making Suleiman – the Director of Communications in Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa so excited about? It is nothing more than June’s Spice Market Cafe special – Northern Thai Food Promotion presented by two guest chefs – Chef Damrongsak Khammonghon (left) and Chef Pratthung Taka (right).
Kerang Rebus (Boiled Clams) – a local seafood cuisine with delicious crisp succulence which is commonly found in rural area or fisherman village. Now, you can get it at Vistana Hotel of Penang, Kuantan and Kuala Lumpur. This is just one of Tok Wan 101 Recipes buffet items during the blessed month of Ramadhan.
“Izakaya” means Japanese gastropub, or 居酒屋 in Chinese. It is a casual place for after-work drinking. Ichiban – The Izakaya is the Japanese restaurant and bar with currently five outlets in Malaysia:
- Cascades, Kota Damansara
- One Utama (Temporary Closed)
- Country Garden Danga Bay, JB
- Gurney Paragon, Penang
- Alora Hotel, Penang
We recently visited the newly opened Alora Hotel‘s outlet.
Recently, we noticed that some restaurants, including The Bungalow in Lone Pine Hotel, like to pour seafood freshly stir-fried from kitchen onto customer’s dining table and ask the customers to eat them using bare hands. No, they are not crazy but this is a new trend to share and enjoy seafood without any cutlery. Just hands.