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Favourite 5 Mee Goreng in Penang

Posted by Food Promotions On Wednesday, March 31, 2010 0 comments
A lot of the Penangnites love spicy food, and are always looking for tasty Mee Goreng or fried noodles. For us, we have explored a few and will present to you our top 5 favourite Mee Goreng in Penang.

Take note that all of them are quite spicy and do remind the seller if you prefer it to be less spicy. Or you can also ask them to add "cabai" (chili paste) for hotter and spicier mee goreng.

1. Mee Sotong Goreng @ Padang Kota Lama

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Hameed 'Pata' Special Mee Sotong Goreng has been famous since long ago. This halal Mee Goreng is special for it's generous amount of sweet sotong. Usually it is served at an average amount of wet and dry.

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Mee Sotong Goreng RM3.50

To chill out the spiciness, you can also get a coconut drink from the next few stalls at this food court.

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Chilling coconut water RM2.00

2. Rasheed Mee Goreng Stall near Jelutong Post Office

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Very famous for it's wet mee goreng, this mee goreng can usually be bought during afternoon to evening. The hygiene of this stall is questionable, but the mee goreng definitely tasted good.

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Rasheed Mee Goreng RM3.00

3. Ali Mee Goreng Stall

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This stall is stationed opposite Asia Cafe Penang Hill.

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While this monument is another land mark, where the stalls is opposite it.

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Ali Mee Goreng RM2.70

Looking rather bland in color, this mee goreng actually taste good. Suitable for those that prefer wet fried and less spicy mee goreng. Portion rather small but if you want more, just order the larger portion.

4. Jones Road Mee Goreng / Mee Rebus

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This mee goreng used to be the famous mee goreng at Jones Road. The mee goreng tasted a little to the salty.

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Jones Road Mee Goreng RM3.50

5. Bangkok Lane Mee Goreng

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This stall is located at Seng Lee Café, the junction of Jalan Burma and Lorong Bangkok

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On the left is Green Forest shop as the landmark.

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Bangkok Lane Mee Goreng RM4.00

This mee goreng has lots of sotong, worth even though it is slightly dearer.

Here goes our favorite 5 mee goreng in Penang, do share with us which is your favourite and if you have any stalls you think it is better.

Kopi Cine Cafe, Heritage Coffee Shop in Penang

Posted by Food Promotions On Monday, March 22, 2010 0 comments
When we first came to know about Kopi Cine from an online review, we thought it was a nice place to drop by. Kopi Cine is park under the same management as Bon Ton.

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Kopi Cine comes from the word Kopi (coffee in Malay) and Cine, the short form of Cinema simply means a coffee shop where Asian movies are played every night.

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Two months old up to date, this Kopi Cine is part of a row of heritage houses in Stewart Lane, Penang. To preserve this heritage house, this coffee shop is turned into an a vintage cafe decorated with antiques.

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The fun part that also attracted us to visit this place, is the big piece of Mahjong paper with a glass of colorful crayons to set your imaginations to live. The Buncho crayons, bring back our nostalgic memories.

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The food served was good and unique as well. It was originated from Australia with some touch of our local taste. Their food menu is divided into Breakfast (9am to Noon), Lunch (Noon to 4pm) and Tapas/Dinner/Sharing plates (6 to 10.30pm). They also served many types of drinks, cocktails and wine.

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Carrot Juice RM 8

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Lemon & Mint Frappes Fresh RM 10

If you would like to try something special, you can go for Papaya, Lime, Banana, Orange & Ginger drink or Pineapple Mint Tea. Besides, they also serve Italian coffee.

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Yoghurt, Fresh Fruit Salad with Crunchy Almonds & Honey RM 12

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Scones, Cream & Homemade Strawberry Jam RM12
We love scones when they are mix together with the milky cream and strawberry jam. Recommended.

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Meat Balls with Tomato Relish (4 pieces) RM 14
Another must try if you love beef. Juicy meatballs served with tomato relish. Also recommended.

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Mezze Plate -
Hummus, Eggplant Dip, Tomato Salsa, Olive Oil & Dukka served with Pita RM 20

The Mezze Plate is something light for those who don't fancy meat.

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Lamb, Chickpea & Eggplant Pie with Mashed Potato RM 25 (from Saturday Spectaculars)

If you would like to pay a visit during dinner, do try out their house specialty, the Crispy Aromatic Duck and the Ginger Bud Pesto Vegetarian Spaghetti.

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Homemade Ice Cream, Gula Melaka RM 8

Also, don't miss out their list of homemade ice creams, desserts and cakes. The Gula Melaka ice cream is rich in caramel taste and not too sweet to our liking. Besides Gula Melaka, the strawberry ice cream is recommended too.

Besides the good dishes, it also has a comfortable Reading Room, where the library of books are there for your reading pleasure.

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From the variety collection of books, artistic expression to the soft classical music, we find this place a good spot to spend our lazy afternoon and leaving us a big smile.

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Kopi Cine Cafe
55 Stewart Lane
10200 George Town, Penang
Tel: 04 263 7299
Website: http://www.straitscollection.com.my/index.htm
Business Hour: 9.00am - 11.00pm - 7 days a week

* Photo taken by Kelvin

[Invited] Golden Sands Resort Sigi's Bar & Grill on The Beach

Posted by Food Promotions On Friday, March 05, 2010 0 comments
The newly renovated Sigi's is back to serve us all, with a wide variety of fine cuisine and beverage.

Exuding a combination of rustic and nautical charm, Sigi's Bar and Grill On The Beach at Golden Sands Resort, Penang is set for a relaunch on 10 March 2010 after an extreme makeover.

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Replacing the former Sigi's by the Sea dining restaurant, Sigi's Bar & Grill includes a spacious, air-conditioned dining hall and a signature upper deck dining area with an amazing surrounding view of the beachfront and sea.

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The priority of Sigi is to serve the freshest food in their remodeled menu that includes contemporary Western cuisines, local delights along with grilled specialties.

Appointing Executive Sous Chef, John Brock to head this new beach front restaurant, we were honored to savor their newly culinary creations.

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The following are the culinary creations which we have tasted.

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Crab Salad RM 34

Under the list of ‘Green Things’ by Sigi’s, there are extensive range of up to 10 salads which suit the vegetables-lovers’ taste bud. We had Crab Salad which includes a mixture of swimmer crab with salmon, cornichons, capers and shaved pumpernickel.

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Salt and Pepper Calamari RM 21

Out of the list in ‘Light Things’ by Sigi’s, we ordered Chef Brock's recommendation, Salt and Pepper Calamari. The strips of calamari was well deep-fried and was nicely presented with the red chili, coriander, onion jam and nahm jim.

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Kataifi Wrapped Prawns RM 28

This mouthwatering appetizer is nice when it was served hot. It consists of tiger prawns wrapped in kataifi pastry with aioli and gremolata.

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Seared Scallops RM 30

We love the juicy scallops for its freshness and specialty. This appetizing dish was nicely balanced with the green olive tapenade, chive crème and potato galette.

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Braised Oxtail Fettuccine RM34

If your are looking for a light meal, try Braised Oxtail Fettuccine from ‘Pastas’ by Sigi’s with a generous helping of parmesan, broccoli and basil.

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Pan-fried Cod RM65

From the series of ‘Signature Dishes’ by Sigi’s, we had the Pan-fried Cod which was also highly recommended by the Chef Brock. This dish was presented on the crushed potatoes spread together with pistachio aioli, fennel and caper salad.

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Stinco d’Agnello ala Peppino’s RM 62

The Stinco d’Agnello ala Peppino’s was made up of braised lamb shank with port wine and minced vegetables served with capellini pasta and shaved parmesan. This dish is really value for money as it was served in large portion.

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The Bombe RM 23

From the ‘Sweet Things’ by Sigi’s, we enjoyed The Bombe mango sorbet served along with white chocolate parfait, Italian meringue and pine nuts. We enjoyed this dessert very much.

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Shortbread RM 18

Each of us was delighted to taste out the Shortbread which was nicely stack with citrus cream and poached berries.

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Besides to the food, the restaurant’s bar offers a wide selection of alcoholic to non-alcoholic beverages. The emphasis is on New World wines.

For those elderly or health conscious people, the restaurant actually provides the selection of healthy fruit juices healthy fresh juices and smoothies.

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Frozen Black Irish RM25
A mixture of Vodka, Bailey’s Irish Cream, Kahlua and Cream.

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Other variety of cocktails from front to back,
Golden Sands RM25, SBG RM25, Mango Surprise RM25

At the outdoor section of Sigi's, there is a BBQ pit where you can enjoy the preparation of the food by the chef or even take over the grilling themselves.

Besides, this casual dining restaurant provides the live band performance 6 nights a week with Jazz session on Sundays.

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Last but not least, special thanks were dedicated to Golden Sands Resort for hosting the pleasant dinner.

Sigi’s Bar and Grill On The Beach
Shangri-La’s Golden Sands Resort
Batu Feringgi Beach
11100 Penang
Tel : 04 886 1852 (Manager, Jeremy Gomes)
Website: http://www.shangri-la.com/en/property/penang/goldensandsresort

Business Hours : 10am – 1am
Breakfast on weekends and public holidays from 8am to 11.30am
Lunch : 12 noon – 3pm
Pool Snacks Menu : 3pm – 6pm
Dinner : 6.30pm – 10.30pm

* Photo taken by Kelvin

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