Cafe 55 a.k.a Coffee Atelier is located in the heart of the historic Georgetown. It comprises a collection of five interlinked, beautifully-restored early 20th century shophouses and residence built in 1927, in Steward Lane. The name ‘Coffee Atelier’ derives from this element of the building’s history, and celebrates the memory of this artisanal trade from a bygone era.
What first attracted us to visit was their 3D coffee latte made by their trained barista, but unfortunately he was on training when we visited.
Simple Sarawak meal for lunch/dinner. Sarawak Kolomee has been a hit in Penang among FTZ folks. In the menu, the Original Kolomee with red char siew oil, Sarawak Laksa bihun type, freshly made wan tan dumplings, braised chicken and tofu. As this is not our first visit, we have concluded that the MUST TRY list should be part of our review.
New deal available in Groupon now! Grab the deal while it is still hot from the oven. ([50% Off] Seafront Dining Restaurant & Bar: RM25 for RM50 Cash Voucher)
Seafront Dining Restaurant formerly known as The Sun @ Macalister Road. Portion of the food is big, very nice ambience and reasonable in price. They serve western food and you can enjoy the food with an amazing seaside view! They have two floors, dining on ground floor and a bar on second floor. Scroll down for the pictures of the food they serve and the interior and exterior of the restaurant:
Hokkien Mee is a very common local food in Penang and one of the famous shop is the 888 Hokkien Mee! The main focus of the dish is the soup. The soup is made up of ground prawn heads and shells (where else do you think the strong prawn flavour comes from? :p) or they can just soak the prawns to bring out the taste and add some pork ribs and radish. As for other secret ingredients, you got to try it to find out!
Hui Lau Shan established in Hong Kong in the 1960s, the eatery first started by offering traditional desserts of guilinggao and herbal drinks, but has since expanded its menu to include fruity desserts, frozen delights, and savoury titbits. The star ingredient in their desserts is the mango, specially flown from the Philippines to serenade diners with syrupy melodies on waiting plates of mochi, pancakes, and icy sagos. Hui Lau Shan has garnered multiple accolades including the 2012 Hong Kong Famous Brand, 2011 King of Dessert, and 2011 U Favourite Food Award, and now boasts outlets in Hong Kong, China, and South East Asia.
They are now offering a RM15 cash voucher for food and desserts promo with just RM8 in Groupon. Quick catch the deal before it ends.
The cash vouchers are valid at Queensbay Mall, Gurney Plaza and Sunway Carnival.
It was the Merdeka weekend when we visited Morganfields. It was the second day of their opening in Queensbay Mall. Known for their Sticky Bones, Hickory Wood-Smoked Ribs. A truly authentic, old fashioned prime pork rib slow-cooked and smoke in coal and hickory wood to a tender mouthwatering perfection, then basted with the gluey sweet and tangy hickory flavored bbq sauce with a hint of cider. Also, in their menu is their Garlic BBQ Spare Ribs and Smoked Black Pepper Spare Ribs flavor to choose. And if you don’t fancy ribs, their have a list of seafood and poultry in their menu.
To celebrate our long weekend, we ordered the ribs and foot long sausage in their menu.