Lexis Suites Penang (GPS: 5.28694,100.23289) – the prominent hotel in Teluk Kumbar, has 222 suites and is perhaps the only 5-star hotel at south part of Penang island. It was our second time visiting the premise, specifically its Roselle Coffe House, after having positive experience on their Christmas buffet last year. This round, we visited it for Chinese New Year buffet and steamboat preview session.
This Christmas buffet review is probably the last Christmas review for this year and it requires no introduction as it is from the prominent Eastern & Oriental Hotel (GPS: 5.42361,100.33472). Read on as we provide you date and price for the remarkable buffet from Christmas Eve to New Year…
Since PUTIEN (GPS: 5.43585,100.31112) opens its door to Penangites on April this year, we visited this One-Michelin Starred Restaurant at Gurney Paragon, Penang a few times thanks to its quality Fujian food and upscale dining environment suitable for special occasions. If you are yet to visit this Chinese restaurant, now is the best time to stop by as it has new Oyster menu launched. Even better, you may start ordering Pot of Goodies 盆菜 for upcoming Chinese New Year.
The festivity scene at Olive Tree Hotel (GPS: 5.327201, 100.279068), Penang glows once again from the first week of December 2018 to 7 January 2019. For the third consecutive year, the hotel surroundings will be transformed into Christmas Land with huge, brightly lit Christmas trees, captivating decorations, reindeers and santa’s sleigh. Be sure to bring your family and friends, along with your best camera for some insta-worthy photos. We recently visited this popular hotel in Bayan Lepas area for a Christmas buffet preview session. Read more for the verdict and food photos on actual days.
Indulge in sumptuous Christmas buffet at Roselle Coffee House and Hibiscus Grand Ballroom, Lexis Suites Penang (GPS: 5.28694,100.23289) in conjunction with the joyous and festive season of Christmas. We recently visited it for a mouthwatering Christmas buffet preview session. Does it live up to the hype? Let’s find out! Continue reading
Thai boot noodle was blooming few years back but the recent trend was moving south. Whatsaeb (GPS: 5.41472,100.33433) at Carnarvon Street, George Town, Penang, made a comeback by re-inventing the traditional small dish serving on boat to a normal side noodle… at least now kitchen crews can wash lesser bowls.
Eastern & Oriental (E&O) Hotel (GPS: 5.42366,100.33464) is no stranger to Penangites as it is by far one of the best 5-star hotels on the island. The signature British-style white building has been hosting many VVIP and celebrities over the decades with some even spent their retirement ages here. We recently re-visited it again for International Buffet.
Nasi Lemak is our favorite and each time we have our lunch at coffee shops, if packets of Nasi Lemak are available on our table, we will add a star to that coffee shop. Projek Nasi Lemak, (GPS: 5.30033,100.26626) on another hand, provides the delicacy at its best, from the ordinary deep fried chicken to the lavish whole lobster at RM7x as the main ingredient.
Introducing the 4-Course Set Lunch in Spoon Café, G Hotel Kelawai (GPS: 5.43560,100.31005) for only RM25 which is value of money as you are dining in an iconic, exclusive and stylish venue! The set lunch starts from 12pm – 3pm daily. There are 5 different menus rotating weekly till the end of 2018, bringing you more options for your lunch selections.
Trying out new restaurants is in the gene of foodies and usually we don’t revisit the same restaurant again in near future but Putien (GPS: 5.43585,100.31112) is an exception in which we re-visited the Michellin-starred again for more dishes. Read more to find out which dishes we tried this time.