The Leaf is one of the pioneers in Penang promoting healthy cuisine in modern cafe environment. The first outlet was opened at Lebuh Penang, George Town and we visited it couple of times since year 2012. For Bayan Lepas folks, now you have a nearer option as the second outlet (GPS: 5.41859,100.34114) is now opened at D’Piazza, Bayan Baru, Penang.
What to eat in Taiping? Answer: Goreng Pisang (Banana Fritter). No joking! Located in Taiping old town is P.S.L Goreng Pisang (GPS: 4.85269,100.74118) operated by a lady owner for about 30 years, from a roadside stall to a dedicated shop using only quality bananas. We were told that some customers even ordered 100 pieces back home.
It was one evening when we had an appointment at food truck corner of Chulia Lane (Lorong Chulia). As usual, we departed early to avoid traffic,jam, so early that we had enough time to visit both Kuan Yin Temple and 20 Chulia Lane Cafe (GPS: 5.41901,100.33768) before our appointment. The cafe occupies ground floor of Penang Hainan Tan Clan Association. Parking-wise, not sure about you but we were grateful that we usually found a slot along the narrow Chulia Lane.
For the month of August and September, the durian cream puff is the highlight at the Rasa Deli of Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa (GPS: 5.48000,100.25472), Batu Feringgi, Penang. Even since the first batch of durian cream puffs made their debut at the Rasa Deli, the dainty delicacies have been literally flying off the bakery shelves so quickly.
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).
With modern and relaxing ambient, Carbo & Bites (GPS: 5.33890,100.30478) can easily give visitors misconception that it is a cafe with gourmet coffee, chicken chop and pasta at minimum but in reality, it is not the case. It only has three Western dishes to be considered as a Western food cafe. So, what Carbo & Bites actually is? Let’s find out.
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…