Is this a food presentation in a cooking show? No, this is Gulai Tumis Ikan served daily in Hai Nan Town, Penang. Topped with onions, mints, tomatoes, ladyfingers, and torch ginger flower, the curry may look spicy but it tastes more like an appetizing sweet and sour gravy with mild spiciness.
Da Shu Xia Seafood House 大树下海鲜饭店 should not be a stranger for Penangites. It was located under a shady tree (hence “Da Shu Xia”) opposite of jetty terminal at Weld Quay. Since last year, it had moved to a walking distance away at Victoria Street, behind BT Food Court.
Due to distance issue and a little narrow road of Perak Road, Penang, I seldom visit restaurants there until recently. There are some changes and developments, including the bye-bye of O2Leaf (replaced with Post Cafe) and new Hungry Fish cafe which we are going to review in this post.
TaiwanBull should not be a stranger for Queensbay old timer. Previously, it is located at lower ground floor. Now, it is relocated to Queens Street (third floor, north zone) of the mall. At the same time, the Chinese name is changed from 台湾公牛 to 台食煮艺 to better reflect the owner’s passion to serve various kind of Taiwanese food to customers and not only on beef products.
Stir Fried / Hot Fried culture originated in Taiwan many years ago. It was initially a casual-styled of seafood stall along fishery port, which offers s wide range of fresh and delicious stir fried dishes. Usually each of the dish costs an average ofNTD$99 (apout RM9.90), even the mouth-watering fresh seafood.