Don’t worry, no one is harmed (including chef and the building) in the making of this photo. As a matter of fact, squid, king prawn, minute steak, lamb chop and Bratwurst Sausages are scrummy when grilled with charcoal. This is just a highlight of the upcoming Christmas Buffet at SPOON of G Hotel Kelawai (GPS: 5.43560,100.31005).
For years, our impression about food in Komtar is that they are just some quick meals served by little shops hidden in corridors. While they are good for workers nearby, others may need a serene and cozy place for meetup or to rest their feet. Introducing Art Nature Cafe (GPS: 5.41417,100.32969) serving healthy food and handcraft coffee. We almost forgot that the busy bus station was just next to it until we walked out of the cafe…
Shake, Maguro, Aburi Unagi and Hotate – the premium sushi usually found in Japanese restaurants in malls, are now available on food truck at much affordable prices. Introducing Street Sushi (GPS: 5.41804,100.33697) – a food truck offering quality sushi (and a little more) at street price.
Itasty’s (GPS: 5.43089,100.39073) is located at Jalan Ong Yi How near Raja Uda. It was one evening when we planned to visit a Thai restaurant there but lady luck was not on our side as the restaurant was closed. As a result, we had our late dinner at Itasty’s few shops away (nearby Green Island Western Food).
Visible from Bukit Jambul roundabout, The Wooden Kitchen (GPS: 5.33192,100.29636) is a new cafe at Krystal Point, Penang. It was one weekday’s evening when we decided to give this cafe a try. Thank goodness that parking was not an issue at Krystal Point during evening time as most offices were closed. From the exterior, it was like a normal cafe until we were presented with its menu…
Wake up early in the morning during weekend and looking for breakfast in Penang island? Other than Dim Sum and coffee shops, there are not many choices especially if you are looking for a cozy cafe for a sip of coffee. Located few shops away from Da Shu Xia Seafood Restaurant 大树下海鲜饭店 at Victoria Street, Nyonya Delights Cafe (GPS: 5.41397,100.33947) is an accidental discovery and since then, we visited it three times for breakfast.
Want to try one of the hottest chili in the world? Come to Waka Waka (GPS: 5.31964,100.26929) in Sungai Ara, Penang. At first, we thought the staff was stingy by providing us chili paste less than a teaspoonful, just to find out later that it was actually for our own good. After all, they don’t want to have few dead bodies in the premise after dipping grilled chicken with world’s hottest chili.