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Fuzhou fusion food is not something common in Penang, particularly deliver in authentic and traditional way. This family-run restaurant has been passing to third generation, and one must not miss their signature Fuzhou red wine mee sua chicken soup. Others than Fuzhou dishes, they do served many home cook meal sets and dishes, Golden Phonix Bun that served in curry is another good option to opt for.
Aunty Q provides series of luxury home cook comfort meal. Luxury in the sense of add on with pork lark, cheese and not miss their signature roasted crispy skin pork. Before started up the business at shop lot, the couple actually spent few years in selling roasted pork via online, and they were bold enough in creating roasted pork birthday cake and roasted pork burger. I must say, they really make good roasted pork, very much crispy and juicy.
This is the newly opened second branch after the one at Alma. Ang Ang is famous for hand roasted coffee and was the first in town. But this round we only tried out their burnt cheese cake and chocolate coated cake. They are all well, just more prefer on the chocolate cake which is very nutty and not over sweet.
Like this bubble tea eventually. We had the classic milk tea series. The milk tea is aromatic and just in the right sweetness. Without the brown sugar coating, these bubbles are much more smaller in size, not over dense but chewy enough and most importantly not over sweet. Tried up their Sakura peach ice cream as well with just RM1 under Shopee Pay. Sakura peach is good in flavor, but the ice cream textured is icy and rough and melt super fast.
Carrot Fish goes with the real food concept, serves gluten free, quality and healthy meal. There are nothing fancy on the served meal, but the most simple and direct flavor. We arrived late and eventually off the business time, but owner still get us served with friendly. Foods are all good, price is affordable but do expect slight at high side compared to other cafe. Nice ambience for dinning.
Not really easy to allocate Hin Hin seafood, it is located half way toward Balik Pulau, both exterior and interior of the restaurant is not too eye-catchy. Simple set up, open air and the best out of all is the spectacular natural hill side view. Freshness of seafood is the main highlight here. It is not too cheap but in acceptance price range.
When mentioned about Pantai Bersih, the first thing comes to mind is sea food. As there are sea food restaurants row up along the Pantai Bersih. Patrons not only allow to pick for fresh sea food, but may enjoy the sunset and sea view across Penang island. Pantai Bersih or local likes to call it as "369 beach" used to be the famous place for leisure beach side activities, however the sea water is no longer clean as past due to construction development.
The best time to dine here is around 7pm-8pm, whereby hot sun is started to shade out, patron may enjoy the beautiful sunset and sea view under the breezy wind with good food served. If you are a spicy lover, Zai Sheng will be a good choice. Each dishes are served in pungent robust taste. Food served is fast.
It is good to scrolling along Pantai Robina as it is shaded with trees, accompanies with breezy wind. Yet it is not a good choice for picnic, water spot or close contact to sea water and sand. Pantai Robina is more like an esplanade, covering with embankment. Majority of the beach side is filling with giant stones. The good part is, it is well facilitated with public toilet, car park lots, playground and cafe.