Back in March, I introduced New York Pizza’s charcoal burger. It was just released that time and there was only one New York Pizza outlet at Sungai Dua, Penang. In the blink of eye, New York Pizza has three outlets in Penang now. Since its burger business is getting popular, the owner even registered another company under the name of “New York Burger“.
Burmah Road is a busy street. Sometimes I went there for praying, eating, say “Hello” to fishes in CTY Aquarium or updating blogs in Starbuck. I noticed Santorini restaurant a few times and was planning to visit it one day, and was able to make it recently.
Ahh~ Chinese spinach in superior stock 上汤芫菜 (RM6.00), a dish in which you can only find it in above-average Chinese restaurant, and I found it in Lam Hooi Cafe 南园茶餐室 beside New World Park at Burma Road, Penang. It topped with preserved egg and anchovy.
Little Cottage is not new in town. In fact I had visited it few times, mostly with female colleagues due to romantic setup (just normal lunch, no extra “co-curriculum”). There are two outlets in Penang island – Little Cottage 1 at Burmah Road (nearby CTY Aquarium) and Little Cottage 2 at Waterfall Hotel. A group of food bloggers were being invited to LC2 for a food review.
Penang is well known of its food and you can get most of them in town area. Unfortunately, some of them were commercialized (e.g. RM14 for a plate of Char Koey Teow) or prepared in less healthier side in order to satisfy customer’s taste bud. Can you get a family-pleasing meal in town area? That’s the question I keep on asking myself, until I found this Ivy’s Kitchen.
One weekday during lunch time, as usual, I was not sure where to eat… so I drive without any direction and passed by Burmah Road. Then, I suddenly remembered an email forwarded by my friend – Isabiri Tei. So, I paid it a visit that day and brought along my friends on next visit.