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Leong Hee is a seafood restaurant that may not standout from its exterior, but absolutely manage to keep a big group of loyal patrons who lived nearby. Leong Hee offers a list of menu that best suit to the local resident palate. Dishes are toward Chinese and Thai style, bold in taste and full of flavor. They are the experts in handling acidity, spiciness and sweetness.
Teluk Bayu is local hidden gem beach in Penang. Laying inside the Malay village and a man-made lake now known as Tasik Teluk Bayu, which used to be sand mining. There is good shade along Teluk Bayu Beach and provided with toilet and shower room, thus it is good spot for picnic, swimming even overnight camping. Pak Tam Mee Goreng is located at the beach and a Chinese seafood restaurant is just a mile away, which provide conveniences in food hunt. Upon all the most important is the beach is clean.
If you are looking for something quick, a la carte, single meal, this may be the best choice to go. Price is relatively low, a simple fried rice or noodle start from RM4.50, while chicken or pork meal rice only RM5.50, and fish meal rice RM6.50. Each meal is topped with a fried egg and some green. Portion is absolutely massive! There are list of variety flavors to opt for from the menu. It served in piping hot and good in flavor. This is far too good than any ready mix food economy rice stall.
This is the homemade soy bean, which they sell at roadside right in front of their house. Their soy bean drink and pudding are absolutely fresh and pure. And very much cheap in price compared to other stall, portion is big too!
Hey JoJo is a simple comfy cafe that comes among with other cafes blooming at Nibong Tebal. Menu is not extensive, and cake is their signature. They offer watermelon cake, crepe and alcohol Tiramisu. Attach to menu, they do served some pasta and donburi. Yet cake is still what they expert with. Price is reasonable.
Name of dessert house simply refers to its location, where train station used to be in the past and how the local called the place. You may find traditional Chinese dessert and mix of some new fusion dessert. For those who like sago, there are list of sago dessert on menu. We ordered for beancurd bali dessert and honeydew sago dessert. Both is no so perfect, the beancurd is too fine in size and nearly can't feel the texture, while honeydew is too firm. Luckily the sweetness is just nice.
Dessert is their main serve, extending choices on menu. If you are curving for a sweet bowl at late night, this is the place to go. They do serve some hot noddles and snacks too. Dessert is nicely presented, look very much attractive. Food taste wise is standard average. The cafe comes with nice wide outdoor landscaping.
This Gong Cha stall at Queensbay Mall has been existing for quite some years. Small places, only suite for take away. Had a tried on their strawberry marble drink. Surprisingly the strawberry mixture goes well with the milk tea, not giving weird taste or texture. Quite a harmony new combination. Unfortunately the utmost drawback is it is over sweet for me, though I only requested for 70% sugar. Strongly recommended those who don't take sweet, go for 50% sugar or less upon ordering.