I remembered this restaurant’s first outlet is opposite of Bukit Jambul complex. After Tesco acquiring Makro at Sungai Dua (nearby USM), Tutti Frutti moved its outlet to the new location. You can’t miss the restaurant in Tesco Extra as it is just next to the main entrance with clear glass. Speaking of clear glass, it would be better if they make it as semi transparent so that customers have more privacy when dining there.
When I first visited to the new shop, I ordered Le Chicken Noodle (RM6.90) which is noodle served in a claypot with oyster mushroom and boneless chicken. It tastes good even though the Chinese name sounds funny (is called 烂面鸡). The Fried Gyoza (RM7.00), however, is just average and the price can be cheaper.
It had been a while since my last visit (on Sep-2007) to the restaurant so the food may be different now. Most of the time it only has few customers. Most of them are teenagers and USM students. Perhaps it is due to the fact that it is non-halal and lack of privacy since it is near to main entrance. People walked by can see what you are eating through the glass.
Surprisingly it has a good website.
Name: Tutti Frutti
Address: L1-01, Tesco Extra Sungai Dua, No. 675, Jalan Sungai Dua, 11700 Sungai Dua, Penang, Malaysia.
Tel: 604 656 8861