Restaurants in Armenian Street (Gat Lebuh Armenian, Lebuh Armenian) – 12 Restaurants
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.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 471 Reviews
Overall: 3/5 - The taste formed by coagulation of milk is very strong until you thought they mixed some alcohol in it. The taste is very delightful and I have never taste a cheese that is so original like this. I wish there are some other things for me to dip in it apart of the bread. Quite bored after a while when keep having the same bread to dip in all the time. Nonetheless, this is a must order dish if you are coming here at Edelweiss Cafe.
Nestled in historic and fashionable Armenian Street, Jawi House is a gallery that specialises in local artworks, prints, hand-painted fabrics and carvings. It is also a cafe that specialises in modernised as well as traditional Jawi Peranakan cuisine.
WillyWah posted www.lonelyclass.com 203 Reviews
Colonial restaurant is also an old dilapidated building which had since been renovated and put on a new coat of paint. The owner of this restaurant also owned and managed Fisherman Grill in Sungai Ara, Hai Beng Coffee Shop and Lor Mee at Jones Road Shop and the Kuan Yim Theng Lor Mee stall at Goddess of Mercy Temple. The food served in the restaurant are of Hainanese style, they have ala carte and set menu.
Amelie Cafe, a little hidden cafe at Lebuh Armenian. It's an enchanting dine in place. The little cafe was well-decorated with fine,cute living stuffs. It located in the heart of Georgetown, Penang which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site just next to the Cheah Kongsi. It is so simple that many had miss out the little shop as well.