Back in one of the raining July afternoon, colleagues and I went to Hai Pin Restaurant 海滨海鲜酒家 in Lebuh Macallum 五条路 for lunch. What so special about this restaurant is there are set meals in which you can choose certain number of dishes and the price is based on headcount, each for RM9. For example, eight of us only need to pay for RM9 x 8 = RM72 for the meal, with unlimited rice and Chinese tea. Is it worth the price? Let’s see.
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.
Last week was a busy week for me… not because of the work, but busy attending events and enjoying food such as buddy/birthday lunch/dinner.
Last Friday, we visited Pan Muatiara Curry House at Batu Maung to celebrate one of my friends’ birthday. Judging on the restaurant name you already know you will eat curry there. That was my first visit there so I busy becoming camera man and “register” food.