Showing posts from March, 2010

Ingolf’s Kneipe

There are many types of eatery outlet in town, you can name it American food like Chilis, Japanese food, Korean food, etc… and one of it is pretty well known in the Pearl of Orient island is the German food. Ingolf in short has been around in town for a long long time. In fact, the food here is generous in serving and also a nice place to hang out with friends if you’re a beer lover. All these while what I have thought about German food is sausages, not an ordinary size but a gigantic one. Not only that, but what’s pretty notable are bacons, sausages, meat, pork knuckles. It was a family gathering recently that opened my eyes about German food that I have been thinking about is not absolutely correct. But however, whether is too meaty or what, it does has it special taste. Butcher Platter (RM46-80), suitable for 2. Mushroom Soup (RM8-80) Braunschweiger Style Onion soup (RM8-80), contains beef. Garlic Bread (RM5-80) Pork Belly (RM28-80) Address & Contact Number Ingolf’s

Kim Maou Café 和記生魚頭米粉

We were searching for this stall for a long long time and didn’t realize they have actually moved out from The Sky Hotel in Chulia Street and now in Cintra Street. It was a coincident circumstance for us to know actually this stall has actually moved to this coffee shop. I didn’t know much about this stall history, but, this stall does give me some sweet memories. You know when you are in the courtship, wherever your date brought you, you will definitely remember it. Be it is candle light dinner or street food. I dare not say the Sar Hor Fun or the Fish Head Bee Hoon is one of the best in town, but, I could see the stream of customers flowing into the shop has never stop. And only today, I got to know actually this stall was previously from Baling, Kedah states. He used to fry Wanton Mee in his early business, and due to long process in preparing, the boss actually had stopped doing that. And that leaves us to try on his specialties like Sar Hor Fun, Fish Head Bee Hoon, Fried Ye

Young Heart Restaurant 養心殿

Since Harry B1 , this is our 2nd gathering after that 3 years. It was excited to see each other again and it also brings back many memories that we had spent when we were single though another friend of ours is not attached. However, the lifestyle that she’s living is something that would give many single folks an encouragement to work double hard for that. Sometimes think back, friendship is not easy to establish and build, all from the sincerity from each other and the care that each other contribute. I treasure it a lot, when one went thru the operation; they all came over for a visit. The encouragement that these friends handed in, it was absolutely awesome. Those days, we spent our time together for shopping and even now we still do, of course with one another’s time availability, which has reduced the time that we could spend. Nevertheless, that did not distance us from being apart. In fact that brings us more close to each other and also shares out our working experience, life

Hainanese Delights懷鄉居

If you’re looking back those fond memories that you used to have when you’re small, especially on those restaurants along Batu Feringghi beaches. This is the place where you could find back those memories. Well, am referring to those Hainanese cooks that cook good spring rolls, curry kapitan, curry chicken, chicken pie and so on. I used to patron a restaurant named Hollywood when I was small, and they cooked good spring rolls and curry kapitan. Though Hollywood Restaurant still exists, but it has lost its shine since then, and now, I found this along Burmah Road. Yes, and this is operates by Hainanese cooks, managed by Hainanese too, they have many years of experience in cooking Hainanese food. Hainanese Delight is the place that’s situated in the oldest hotel in Penang and is located along Burmah Road. It would not be difficult to spot on, Hotel 1926, a budget hotel along the road, a big signboard that shows Hainanese Delight, and that’s the one that caught many people attention.

Isaribi Tei

Apart from Ivy’s Kitchen , I have not really explored the area – Burmah Square; and I’ve heard so much about Isaribi Tei from friends and colleagues, this is only my very 1st visit. Probably some high expectation from what I’ve heard, thus the food expectation was slightly disappointed me. To conclude it, just visit the place without any expectation probably that will make oneself more happy. Another reason could be the kitchen is closing at the required time, thus, the quality is way below the standard that had set. However, I am keeping this for another chance; at least I don’t ban it without justice. [wink] What could it be went wrong if you have a Sashimi for lunch? Shouldn’t it be, right? With RM25-00 per set, which I believe is reasonably affordable. Anyway, here comes my simple set of Sashimi that consists with Miso Soup, Pickles, Salad and a bowl of Japanese Steamed Rice. The assorted raw fishes that sitting on the Sashimi boat that would attract any of the gluttons. For t