Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Louis Café

If your name is Louis, the more you should visit this Louis Café at Argyll Road. A café that’s only open barely 2 months old, and it’s managed by Madam Teoh whom has a thought of having her own restaurant and cater for friends and business associates to get to enjoy the food and her companion too.

She has a great passion in making lots of friends, and by doing so, she also loves to invite friends for a meal and for a chat too. With that in mind that’s how she has Louis Café.

On Sunday 8th February, Penang Flogger Community had invited for a food review, I was invited too, unfortunately I was having a bad cough thus I was not able to join the group. However, with much anticipation from the group’s review, without 2nd thought, hubby and I went there after work yesterday.

When we were handed the menu, honestly, we were really have no idea what to choose. Madam Teoh was attentive and she came forward and recommended a few for us too.

I was pretty attracted by the Scallop Salad that appears in the menu, and it’s only costs RM20 with 4 to 5 pieces of scallop and with the dash of mango salsas on top of it.

My main course is Spaghetti Arrabiata that is pasta with chili, slices bacon, and assorted wild mushroom in spicy tomato sauce. It costs RM16 which I find it reasonable.

Hubby opted the Set Dinner which is only RM26 with comprises of Soup of the Day, Appetizer, Choice of Main Course, Dessert and either Soft Drinks of Fresh Fruit Juice.

Soup of the Day is Pumpkin Soup. Hubby loves it as it’s creamy and with a few of the almond flakes and it really accommodate to the taste.

Appetizer is Garden Greens with Thousand Island Salad Cream.

Choice of Main Course, hubby chose Chicken Cutlet. A crispy at the outer layer and a tender juicy inside. I actually fell in love with this, though he chose black pepper, but I find it incredibly nice without the sauce.

Last dessert, single scoop of ice cream. It was something nice and sweet to end a meal.

It is still few days more for Valentine Day, and Louis Café also introduce a V-day Special Menu for all the loving couple who like to celebrate this special day with their love one. If you’re looking longevity in the relationship, Louis Café is the place for you. Valentine Day Menu only RM99 per couple, and if you’re lucky enough, you’ll get a 10% off for 1st 15 couples.

Apart from that, they are also serving Set Lunch and Dinner daily with different sets of menu. And also serves snacks and Asian Delights.

Here are some pictures that I took last night on the café’s surrounding and it’s environment. Isn’t good to enjoy your pleasant moment down here?


18 comments:

ck lam said...

Glad you enjoyed the food.
It would have been nice to see you on the food tasting day itself.

email2me said...

I am so agree with you ... all their foods no need to put ketchup or chili sauce and it taste fantastic !

Seems like you enjoy yourself there a lot too :D

Allie said...

I wish to try out the scallop too , but the price is kinda damaging huh.

SimpleGirl said...

Another new makan place in Penang. What is their speciality ? Mainly Western ?

Food Paradise said...

It's great that you enjoy your foods.

J2Kfm said...

read bout this place from all over.
a bit on the pricier end, but if the quality's fine, then should be a hit.

buzzingbee said...

wished we could meet up with you the other day when we went for review.
You are indeed fast in posting up about this place! :)

mimid3vils said...

miserable looking salad~~~

worldwindows said...

Good food and reasonable price an unbeatable combination!

ck lam said...

Update to your question on my review of Louis Cafe -

I think you must have miss my review. It was the first one out on 9th February. http://www.what2seeonline.com/2009/02/louis-cafe-argyll-road-penang/

Steven Goh said...

Can see that you have more pictures on serounding environment than mine. Btw, no chance to meet you during our review. Really hope got chance to meet u next round of review.

Food For Tots said...

Have been reading reviews about this place. Looks and sounds interesting with their western menus. Will bookmark it in my next trip.

Lingzie said...

hey! great to see that you went to try out this place! so sad you couldnt join us la... next time must come yeah! :)

happy valentine's day!

cariso said...

HOpe to you see you in our next food gathering ya!

New Kid on the Blog said...

Hi CK, ya, enjoyed the food too bad that I wasn't able to meet up with you guys the other day.

Hi email2me, of course, don't you?

Hi Allie, ya, the scallop is slightly pricey.

Hi Simple Girl, mainly western.

Hi Food Paradise, yes, I was.

Hi J2Kfm, quality isn't that bad, the chef was from one of the beach hotel in Penang.

Hi BuzzingBee, well, it's my commitment to Mdm Teoh to post it before V-day.

Hi mimid3vils, well, it's a set dinner... no doubt it does look miserable.

Hi worldwindows, in fact the owner do understand what the consumers want, cheap and good food.

Hi CK, thousand apology, didn't realize that.

Hi Steven, after I've read all the bloggers' post on Louis Cafe, I have 2nd thought to meet up or not... you guys are having hi-fi camera leh... am just having an ordinary small one. Very paiseh.

Hi Food4Tots, remember to give it a try when you're back to Penang.

Hi Lingzie, thanks for the invitation. And belated V-day to you.

Hi Cariso, am sure there will be more opportunity like that. :)

Penang Tua Pui said...

i think most of us enjoy the food by putting the price aside.

Hope they can sustain over the recession tsunami......

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leslie said...

G’day, I’m Leslie from Penang.cc (Penang Community Centre). I enjoy reading your articles and would like to request permission to feature the article on Louis Café in our website (for more info visit http://www.mrain.com/pgcc/content/view/164/48/). In addition, we will like to extent invitation for your participation in our Bloggers’ Appreciation Programme (find out more at http://www.mrain.com/pgcc/content/view/158/69/). Join us to participate in our invited reviews for travel destination, dinning, product / service etc., at the same time receive exclusive deals & prizes for your readers. Kindly email me at leslie.loh@penang.cc for more information. TQ