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.
Sawadeeka~ Today I bring you all far far… far far at Teluk Bahang, which is after Batu Ferringgi if you coming from town. We were invited for a food review at Tree Monkey inside Tropical Spice Garden, a tourist spot in Penang with a lot of herbs and plants for viewing pleasure. I had been there once but didn’t notice that there was a restaurant inside.
My relatives returned from Australia and would like to try seafood. From my memory, good seafood with reasonable price in Penang island usually don’t have aircond. Most probably you will end up standing with left hand holding crab, right hand holding hammer, with a tuala on your shoulder to absorb sweat. After deep consideration, I ended up inviting them to Everyday Supreme located inside Red Rock Hotel.