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Northam Beach Cafe is a nicer type of hawker center in Penang. It is located right next to a beach hence the name. Northam Beach Cafe utilizes the open air concept so you could enjoy the wind coming from the sea. And because of the nice location, decoration and ample free parking space it is popular with the locals and tourists alike.
cklam posted www.what2seeonline.com 437 Reviews
Made from roasted peanuts, white sesame seeds and sugar, the crunchy peanut sugar is delicious and pair well with a strong cup of local coffee.
The meat and seafood were very fresh and the soup was excellent too. But what we liked most was the special sauce that they provided. It was a sauce with sesame seed, fried onions, spring onions and chili padi. A bit sweet and lots of kick from the chili padi at the same time.
wenching_86 posted www.eatonlylar.com 208 Reviews
Their service was quite good and speedy. The total bill was RM34.10. Not a bad choice to visit for steamboat lovers. Try it out when you have the chance!
Generous portion of grilled salmon was good! Located on the same row as Wong Kok Char Chan Teng (汪角茶餐厅) in SS2, easily noticeable but parking would be quite difficult to look for. Their concept is similiar to Sakae Sushi which using computer to order your food. However Sushi Tomo is using touch screen.
suyee posted su-yee.blogspot.com 402 Reviews
Authentic japanese food. The price just slightly higher but its really authentic.
The name "Kampachi" is not an unfamiliar name to most of those people who would love Japanese cuisine.
PureGlutton posted pureglutton.com 234 Reviews
In the words of Chiharu Yabe, General Manager of Kampachi Restaurants, “this is a great way to experience different cultures of Japanese food and the Japanese are so passionate about food, they practise kuidaore – eat till you drop!” That sounds very Malaysian to me, too!
Malacca’s famous Chicken Ball. This chicken rice dish is a variation of the Hainanese chicken rice.
Kenhuntsfood posted www.kenhuntfood.com 780 Reviews
Anyway, one of Malacca's signature dishes would be the roundly-shaped Chicken Rice Ball, nothing special just that they are special in terms of their shape. Prices vary depending on your orders.
A lot of positive feedbacks are given to their lauk pauk, nasi dagang and noodles too. We will definitely come back to give it a try, will be having a hard time to resist ourselves from ordering the nasi lemak again. Village Park is operated by a Chinese-Muslim husband-wife team. Service for food is fast. Iced Special White Coffee (RM2.50), Kedondong juice & sour plum (RM2.50), Nasi Dagang Set (RM5.40), Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng (RM6.80),
zappalangzpl posted zap-pa-lang.blogspot.com 74 ReviewsExceptional
椰浆饭是大家再熟悉不过的本地美食，也是很多人最爱的早餐选择。如果问道椰浆饭爱好者雪隆区一带最棒的椰浆饭，相信这间在 Damansara Uptown 的 Village Park 一定会榜上有名。 Village Park 的人潮从早上到晚上都一样那么多，只见服务员在人流中穿梭，一边替刚来的顾客安排座位，一边下单收碗碟。准备食物的柜台也同样忙得停不下来。