Tau Sar Pneah 豆沙饼, Hneoh Pneah 香饼, Beh Teh Saw 马蹄酥… these are just few traditional pastries from Ghee Hiang 义香 we buy since childhood days, be it as souvenir for friends visiting Penang or as own consumption. Today, the 160 years old naked baby is offering not just pastries and sesame oil, but also coffee products and a cafe called Teels Heritage which we will be covering in this article.
You read it right! After full restoration in year 2012, the legendary Hainanese restaurant is now under new management promising same nostalgic dining environment, better Hainanese food. We recently revisited the “new new” Loke Thye Kee (GPS: 5.417031, 100.329880) for Chicken Chop, Fish Gulai Tumis, Yam Duck, Choon Piah and etc prepared by a F&B company with more than 9 years experience.
By The Sea Lifestyle Store 沿海地带生活馆 is one of the first few cafes we visited in Raja Uda with its signature sea-themed interior and sandy floor. Recently, the cafe was moved to a new location at Jalan Ong Yi How, not far away from its previous location. We decided to pay it a visit after half a decade since we first visited it.
Ah~ Smoked Duck Breast (RM21.90) cooked to perfectly pink and juicy on a pile of mashed potato and vegetable salad. Smoked duck breast is our favorite but is usually only appeared in buffet spreads or semi fine dining restaurant. Fortunately, we found it at Mayonize Western Corner, Raja Uda, Penang.
Baller Koffeez (RM15) – Arabica Estate Cafe‘s signature coffee with double shot of espresso, an ice ball better known as Whiskey ball, and home recipe creamer. If you happen to catch Pokemon at Karpal Singh Drive, Penang, be sure to visit the premise for a glass of it to recharge yourself.
In conjunction with second phase of Anchor Say Cheese campaign, patisserie chefs from Fonterra Foodservices Malaysia (the company behind Anchor brand) introduced four new products in partnership with Bread History using top quality real butter, cream cheese, milk and cream from its highly popular Anchor range.
After reviewing some restaurants, we found out that there are two types of person who open a restaurant – the first one is an individual who like to cook. The second one being an investor who usually works in group and only focus on ROI (Some of them even don’t know how to cook). There is no absolute answer on who is better but today, we re-visit Chai Diam Ma art space & cafe in George Town, Penang in which the owner not only is a cook, but also an art lover.
Serving Western and Thai cuisines under one roof, Monkeycup Cafe is opened since 9-Jun-2014 and is located at Chow Thye Road (off Burmah Road), George Town, Penang, same road with JanxDan Vegetarian Restaurant and Harvest In Cafe.