Penang Island, the most populous island city in Malaysia, is situated in the State of Penang. With a population of 738,500, it also forms Malaysia's second largest city by population, while Greater Penang, with 2.5 million inhabitants, is the nation's second most populous metropolis. Its capital, George Town, has also been inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008.
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4.5 based on 237 reviews
Cafe/Restaurant/Bar providing Swiss/German/Local Dishes. Special cocktails German/beers and a good selection of scotch/single malt whisky are available. We are operating in the medium price segment. We also supply tourist information for anybody who needs them.
Nice cafe in George Town. Good food and an excellent host. The clocks on display are truly vintage and you eat your food as they chug along. Food is above average and the ambiance is excellent.
4.5 based on 303 reviews
We had 6 nights here as part of our honeymoon, beautiful hotel with lovely staff. Location is excellent with private beach access and no more than a 3 minute walk to the night market where there was food of every kind. We only did bed and breakfast and I am glad as the restaurant whilst perfect was not as relaxed as the pool/beach café where the food was excellent, especially the BBQ night, too much food! Highly recommend this hotel.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We had Penang laksa, fried Kwetiau and curry fish. Curry fish is rich and tasty but too much flower coated the fish. Kwetiau is very oily and way too soft. Portion is small. However, it was only RM7.5. Laksa was not bad but overprice at RM20.
4.5 based on 386 reviews
Situated on the mezzanine floor of the resort, Feringgi Grill offers diners a warm, cosy ambience with a bird's eye view of lush tropical greenery. Savour exquisitely prepared modern grill cuisine, indulge in vintage wines or unwind with our selection of world-class cigars.
This is a stunning restaurant located in the upper level of the Rasa Sayang hotel in Penang the atmosphere is very nice and the menu upmarket but despite the excellent service and ambiance the food is let down by cold plates warm food and totally stone cold potatoes this restaurant was far better a number of years ago and now not worth paying the money.
4.5 based on 596 reviews
I was greated by the manager, Kamal at the bar. He introduced me to his General Manager, Benji. Benji warmly geeted me and once he found out my Grandparents were all from Ireland we chatted a bit about his home contract....so this is a Real Irish bar!!! The Guinness was well poured, the Irish stew was sold out...and it took 15 minutes for them to tell me. I will give them a pass due to it being St Patrick's Day. My 2nd food choice was very good and I recommend the Pub. It is in a nice location with a view of the What.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Kebaya is the diningroom of the Seven Terraces and is open to hotel guests and the public.Open daily, 7pm till 10pm.Christopher Ong has worked with the hotel’s chefs to create a menu of classic Indo and Straits Chinese Nyonya dishes. They have refined these using French cooking techniques and innovative produce to deliver surprising new twists on this already fascinating cuisine.The effect is simple, delicious full of flavour and dazzling.A four course degustation menu of entrée, main course, vegetables and dessert is served in Chinese style to allow guests to share the dishes. The Baba Bar is open daily from 2pm onwards, with live piano music in a very intimate setting.
nice decoration and food in George Town Penang. I have been Penang twice. This Culture restaurant i never forgot. Food and service are good.Although the price a little bit expensive if compare the local life, but this restaurant i suggest traveller have to go there once.
4.5 based on 936 reviews
Andrew's Kampung close on every Tuesday. Many thanks.
We when there because of the good review...The food was good..Especially the Indonesian Fish...The dessert also good..Ice cream.goreng...for.the price a bit pricey for me..But i understand its a tourist and popular area...
Make.sure you use elevator near KFC..because we didnt know bout that..we have to climb up 3rd story stair case :)
4.5 based on 189 reviews
It was rated pretty highly and we walked in , quite disappointing , I guess that we asked in at 3 pm was also partly responsible for this. The decor is quite nicely restored and you have various options for Seating. I am sure there are things that please a lot of patrons but the Nyonya curry was pretty sad and did not feel that it was fresh, the wraps were quite oily and full of eggplant
All in all a bit disappointing late lunch
4.5 based on 148 reviews
A Restaurant You Should go if You In penang...A Vegetarian Restaurant with Japanese cuisine..We tried the vegan Udon and The sushi ..it was tasty for me..I never thought that Vegetarian sushi would be taste so delicious..It stated there they make their own.mayonaise...The negative part Their operation hour show 6pm- 10pm..BUT we have to.wait 15 to 20minutes to wait because the staff still not there..We only see One White lady (mat salleh)and we taught shes the customer..Apparently shes the one who serve us :) ..It would be better if Staff who came late apologize to the waiting customer..Instead looking at us with no Smiley face....We have to.wait because you are LATE...And its not 5 minutes late...And Some more 10%service included..What a service charge i did pay with Sour Face Dude .Luckyly The White lady handle the situation well..I would gave 5 star but Sour face 4 star :)
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