Restaurants in Penang – 2283 Restaurants
Fresh coffee, hand-crafted juices, homemade yogurt, and the best bagels in George Town.
Really tasty Bagel, especially the Bagon and Egg (RM 10 only).
Come over and catch the ambience of an old,late nineteenth century shop house that has been restored in the historical enclave of G'town. Serves drinks,main meals & desserts. Cheese Fondue and Raclette also available.
Constance Ant posted constance-ant.com 112 Reviews
The interior is unique and ancient. reminds me of those traditional kopitiam. sans liquor bar.
Walking into the restaurant, you can feel the coziness of the whole setup. Here’s a glimpse of the whole place. Salsas Restaurant does not provide many ala carte dishes. Instead, it has 26 impressive set lunches in the menu, ranging from as low as RM13.50 to a higher range as much as RM27.50.
hiewjc posted www.jeremee89.com 9 ReviewsExceptional
Salsas Restaurant @ Continental Hotel, Upper Penang Road
You can find different types of hawker food there like Char Koay Teow, Loh Bak, Yu Sang Kai Chok (Porridge), Chicken rice and others. Kheng Pin café is an old style café where you will still find those old fashioned marble tables and wooden chairs.
Lobak, crunchy and not oily. Less than RM 10 for 2 person.
Spice Market Cafe onsisting of the freshest seafood to the most innovative local delights.
Kenhuntsfood posted www.kenhuntfood.com 542 Reviews
Chef Seth's signature dishes impressed us with its evocative flavors and impressionable quality. The dish Laal Maans stands out from the other dishes, it was robust with flavors and delicately salted.
Chili’s offers a wide selection of food and beverages ranging from Specialty Drinks, Margarita Bar, Starters, Soup, Salads and Sides, Big Mouth Burgers, Sandwiches, Fajitas, Steaks, Grilled Entrees, Favorites and Desserts.
YsquareC posted ysquarec.blogspot.com 39 ReviewsBad
For the Country Fried Chicken, the chicken breast is crispy but I think it needs more seasoned before it was fried. As for the Crispy Honey-Chipotle Chicken. The meat is tender, not succulent but not dry either.The sauce is spicy, not the kind of pepper, chili, or spice's kind of hot. The spiciness was build from chipotle. I don't enjoy chipotle but the combination was not bad.
A drive from the city to this restaurant takes around 45 minutes but it is worth the distance because the food served here is simply awesome. By the way, remember to bring your cash along cos this restaurant do not accept credit card payment.
nikelkhor posted www.nikelkhor.com 463 Reviews
If you really wish to visit this restaurant, make sure you order their live seafood which I think to be more worthy for the sake of your pocket and wallet.
konshoe posted draftsfromcoffeetable.blogspot.com 13 ReviewsExceptional
The wide buffet area housed a variety of food, from traditional local specialties like nasi lemak to the familiar sausage and bacon of Western breakfast. For the sweet tooth, nothing beats a slice of cheese cake in the morning to get the day sweeter. Jugs of fruit juices kept cool in crushed ice maintained its freshness. Nothing beats the cool sweet liquid rushing down your throat after a hearty meal. Coffee aficionados may love the roast prepared by The Bungalow for a refreshing morning. My choice of breakfast - a western style with mixture of sausages, hash browns, bacon, ham and a foaming cup of cappuccino. Top that with a cool sea breeze and you have the perfect morning. The bacon, ham and sausages were well cooked to a perfection, and I loved the cheese cake they offered. Dessert in the morning may sound odd, but it soothed my sweet tooth. The fragrant fried hash brown crunched heartily in my mouth. To make my morning better, I indulged myself in warm cup of cappuccino, drafts of its fragrance enveloping me.
Japanese Restaurant in Penang which will provide you with the ultimate jailhouse experience.