As the festive moods continue, Sunway Hotel welcomes you to gather and break fast together with our Muslim friends and family at the Sun Cafe. Enjoy a scrumptious feast of traditional Ramadhan buffet daily prepared by their Chef and Culinary team. Tapping into taste memories with the authentic Malay dishes and their blend of oriental dishes presenting to you over 100 dishes at only RM52 nett ( Adults) RM32 nett (Children) .
All enlivened by the presence of chef-manned stations where some Penang favourites such as asam laksa, satay, kambing panggang, char koay teow and pasembur are served. Pampering us with a spread of main course featuring the succellent Ayam Percik, Daging Hitam Manis, Kambing Kurma dan Ubi, Sotong Masak Kunyit and Udang Tiga Rasa.
Prepare your stomachs for the festive month of Raya as Vistana Hotels is offering the Ramadan feast, with the theme ‘Tok Wan 101 Recipes’. Tok Wan 101 promises a taste of authentic Malay dishes of delectable ayam goreng berempah, ikan asam pedas, daging gulai, lala masak and etc without the hassle of long hours cooking and preparing. Promising an assortment fresh tangy kerabu mangga/ kerabu sotong or a healthier selection of ulam-ulaman such as ulam raja, jantung pisang and petai dipped with sambal belacan, cencaluk, tempoak, budu and sambal nenas, all bound to get the appetite going.
This year, Vistana extends their joy of breaking the daily fast or ‘buka puasa’ by expanding their Ramadhan buffet line to the outdoor with a signature ‘Bakar Bakar’ station serving a freshly grilled ikan panggang, tandoori chicken with their special sauces.
Their buffet will be from 19th June to 16th July 2015 at only RM65 nett per person at Vistana Hotels – Kuala Lumpur, Kuantan and Penang.
In conjunction with David Brown’s Restaurant & Tea Terrace 8th anniversary, they are offering a Buy 1 Free 1 Set Dinner at RM100 nett. The restaurant is located at the top of Penang Hill overlooking the beautiful panaromic scenery of the Penang Island. With a 5 mins train ride up, you can enjoy a 5 course meal and a refreshing evening walk on the top of the hill.
There are four mains to choose from :
One of the famous Hong Kong Wanton Mee restaurant has set foot in Penang. Opening their first Malaysia branch in Gurney Paragon, 5th floor. Tasty restaurant mainly served an a la carte menu of their chef specialities, wanton noodles, congee and a wide variety of dim sum selection. Bagging the title of being a One Star Michelin restaurant for their wanton noodles and delectable soup rich with the sweetness of prawns and pork taste. The quality of the wanton is similar to the one we tasted in Hong Kong airport. Most of their wanton are freshly made with their fresh ingredients directly flown in from Hong Kong.
Being born in the land of hawker’s paradise definitely sets my expectation higher. Hopping from one corner of the island to the other to seek for the best hokkien mee. Some may argue, there are better Hokkien Mee in KL or Ipoh has the best Chee Cheung Fun. But you can never go wrong when it comes to the authentic taste and originality of the hawker’s food, it would be Penang Hokkien Mee and Laksa. Wu Jia Zhuang at Jalan Siam outshine the others by serving the hokkien noodles in the claypot. This way, the soup will be preserved warm until one finishes the entire bowl of noodles and wiping it up to the last drop. Also in the list of their menu, Wu Jia Zhuang also serves some local favourites chu char catering for those who prefer to have fried vegetables or steam fish with rice. It definitely gave me the impression of healthy and light meal. Good news is, they served their chu char and hokkien noodles all day from 10am – 9:30pm. Their chu char will be next on our list
Hinode Seimen Udon known as a fast food japanese style restaurant serving udon/ramen soup and a variety of tempura. Situated at the new stretch of shop houses along the Automall Karpal Singh Drive and one shop away from Coffee Smith. The interior was coated with a japan street painting on their walls with bamboo sticks and mask hanging down from the ceiling. With the limited space, they were only able to set in small rectangular wooden tables and chairs. To ease the customers as they are operating in a self-service mode, a free flow of tea is place in the central spot of the shop.
Their menu is simple to read. First, you choose the noodle of your choice (Udon / Ramen / Pumpkin Ramen and Green Tea Ramen). Step 2, select the soup base of our choice. If you are adventurous, probably opt for their kelp bonita or the spicy soup. A safer choice would be to have the miso base. One selling point about the Hinode is that, we are given a wide variety of tempura to choose from. Which leads us to Step 3, select the side dishes and sauces of your choice. Lastly, pay at the counter and grab your tea