Restaurants in Penang – 2087 Restaurants
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
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
It's a popular place to dine out for its specialty dishes. More and more people visiting to this place after it appeared in Taste With Jason.
noweating posted www.noweating.com 246 Reviews
Ong Cheng Huat Seafood is famous with its baby chicken and steamed fish (and coconut rum) in which customers from far are thrilled for a visit.
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.
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.
CRC restaurant is one of the most famous Chinese restaurants in Penang, the restaurant is located at Chinese Recreation Club (CRC) along Macalister Road and Burmah Road. In order to have this dish (Buddha Jump Over Wall), we need to call in a week before for reservation as it takes sometimes for the chef to prepare the ingredients and cook.
isaactan posted www.isaactan.net 113 ReviewsExceptional
Chinese Recreation Club Restaurant or better known as CRC Restaurant in Padang Victoria, Penang is nothing new to the folks in Penang. Numerous wedding dinners, company functions, and family "makan-makan" have been held here throughout the years, In fact I've been here a couple of times in the past, and the food has always managed to please me.
wackybecky posted www.rebeccasaw.com 506 Reviews
I was amazed when I was told by a friend that there is an outlet in Penang serving “the best mee goreng” she has ever tasted. Now, we all know that “best” is subjective but the curiosity levels tripled when I found out that it is the “jiao sai” mee goreng.
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.
The restaurant, Tree Monkey, was thus born on 30 July 2010, which name was prompted by the nearby free roaming dusky leaf monkeys.
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 35 ReviewsSuperb
I really liked the outdoor dining area, as in addition to the scenic ocean view, it felt as though we were treetop dining. A few months down the road on another trip up to the island, I brought some friends here, too.