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Highly recommend this restaurant for Western food with some German touch. Besides the environment here is relaxed and cosy, the perfect place to wind down and have dinner after work. Prior reservation is advised.
My boyfriend and I are sausage lover, we went Ingolf purposely from KL to try out their sausage. We couldn't stop praising how delicious is the sausage to our friends and family. :) Although their famous, their food portion is big; unlike some other places which serve at a small portion. Will definitely go back again if we have chance.
Seafood buffet at Starz Diner.
enqvist posted www.tasteiest.com 160 Reviews
Main dish station got whole lot of selection and few dishes worth mentioning is Loh Hon Chai, Steamed Fish and Roasted Duck. Roasted Duck is their signature dish which is juicy and flavorful, dipping with the home made sweet sauce making it taste delicious.
ordered 2 bowls of curry mee to b shared among three ppl. The owner refused to give an empty bowl. Just culdnt blieve his rude behavior. Hey there r plenty of other curry mee stalls in penang
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
The sotong taste sweet and spicy at the first few mouthful. Then it tasted spicy all the way until I finished the noodle. If you are a sotong lover, you should definitely try this out.
The mee sotong was great! Almost every table in the food court ordered it.