|A-char on the right.|
One Saturday evening on 12 Nov 2011, I visited the Penang Place Restaurant with one of my good friend, Mystic, to enjoy its Penang buffet spread.
The reviews shared that the Char Kway Teow from Penang Place is one of the best in town. The ingredients (e.g. the beansprouts and cockles) are fresh and flavour-some. I think it is nicely cooked and a delicious treat for anyone craving for Penang Char Kway Teow.
Mystic said that the a-char (pickled vegetables) was nice. Quality and fresh ingredients were used. The a-char sauce had a mildly spicy and sweet-sour flavour. I liked the a-char too.
|Delicious and appetizing desserts.|
The desserts seem to have won Mystic's taste-buds. She was raving how the delicious rice flavour from the glutinous rice used in the desserts became gradually more apparent with every bite and chew. I like the gui-ling-gao dessert.
|Penang Rojak. I love the juicy star-fruits.|
The do-it-yourself rojak was nice too. Ingredients such as juicy fresh star-fruits, guava fruits, cucumber and so forth were made available for the guests to prepare their own rojak. Mystic said that this is a dish that cannot go wrong as the rojak's prawn paste is flavour-some and tasty.
Other favourites of mine include the chendol, Penang laksa, and beef rendang.
With a great company in Mystic, we did not realised that we had spent more than two hours at Penang Place. It seemed that Penang Place is a great place for celebrations While we were having our dinner there, there were three occasions when the audio system in the restaurant played the Happy Birthday tune to celebrate the joyful occasion for three of the guests.
This is one place for quality Penang food and for celebration indeed.
I end this post with a wish for Mystic and her loved ones. May they be blessed with good health and happiness.
1 Fusionopolis Way
(Closed on Sundays)