The Daily Dose Cafe is part of my short listed must visit cafe since the past few months. But with the endless pile of work coming my way, it has definitely delay my trip to this cafe. We decided to have brunch in the cafe for a change instead. The cafe is situated along the narrow Steward Lane, walking distance to the Cafe Atelier and the Goddess of MercyTemple. The ambience of the cafe is lovely with a fish pond located in the middle of walkway. Decorated with pictures of wars and fights. Be warn! It could be rather disturbing after observing the picture further. Back to their menu, there were limited choices for main dishes.
If you are looking for a place to stay this Merdeka weekend, with the convenience to the delicious hawker food stalls in Georgetown. Put Hotel GLOW into your search list. Located on Macalister Road and within walking distance to KOMTAR/ 1st Avenue Mall and the famous New Lane hawker stalls. Not to mention, it is 300 – 500 metres walk from the freshly made tau sah pheah from Ghee Hiang. If you are an adventurous person and doesn’t mind the sun, it is a good starting point to discover the historical Penang.
Hotel GLOW focus on comfortable bedding, basic gym access, free WIFI access, self served breakfast to go and great showers and amenities. Best of all, at a reasonable price. Despite being in the heart of the city, Glow offers an ample of space in the room to allow their guests to unpack and roam around comfortably with a modern interior.
Only a fortnight old, Junk Cafe which is located at the heart of Chulia Street is now open for dining. The interior is decorated with antique clocks, manual film cameras, rusty looking musical instruments and wooden old school table and benches. Besides the rusty and old school settings, there were also a collections of the classic gramphone discs displayed on a piano. Behind the wooden door, Junk Cafe continue to surprise us with interesting pieces of “funky” antique and a corner selling the limited edition clothings, shoes and accessories.While on the outside is where the master chef is at work, making the tender and juicy burgers.
Stay tuned for their new menu, as Junk continue to surprise us with their chicken sandwich / crab rolls and etc. Catch their latest update in their FB page ( Junk Cafe)
My Voice Cafe & Studio is located at Krystal Point (previously Elmondo), this being their 2nd branch in Bayan Lepas. Their first branch is located at Bay Avenue (beside Queensbay Mall and Eastin Hotel). Following their expansion, their third branch is opening soon at THE CEO building (opposite Kayu Restaurant) where it will be PORK FREE to cater for my HALAL folks.
The interior of the cafe follows a very clean, white and minimalist layout. There was a grand piano in the store, but we did not have the opportunity to hear any performances. Overall, we were satisfied with the fast service in taking orders and serving of food.
The main highlight of the cafe is their BIG BOWL RAMEN (RM 35 for 2 person, RM49 for 3 person, RM62 for 4 person and RM72 for 5 person)
Somewhere along the row of old shop houses in Carnavon Street lies tiny Ete Cafe. The cafe has a small signage and slightly secluded so it might be an easy miss as you are driving along the main road. The interior is relatively simple, with a touch of the old school reminiscence with wooden tables and chairs, unique paintings on the wall and the ceiling fan. Ete Cafe serves a variety of coffee, a selection of cakes and pastries.
Noordin Street House is one of Penang’s most charming small hotels. It offers an unbeatable combination of exquisite accomodation, attentive service, unique ambience and a romantic touch atmosphere in the luxury suites. Located in the heart of George Town, a strategic location for travellers to discover the historic heritage zone, the finest shops and fabulous eating places.
Noor & Dean’s Cafe’ is part of Noordin Street House. Situated in a street named after Habib Marican Noordin, the renowned Indian Muslim merchant, philanthropist and benefactor of the Kapitan Keling Mosque. As the area is undergoing a revival, with a sympathetic mix of heritage buildings and the best of modern architecture. Take a stroll down the historic streets to the neighbourhood hawkers stalls or just settle in the cafe while watching the world go by. Noor & Dean”s Kafe offers a variety of dining choices in its own bistro-style cafe. Opening daily from 8.00am to 11.00pm to both their hotel guests and public with an emphasis on the comtemporary Asian fusion delicacies.