Xian Ding Way @ Queensbay, Penang

Xian Ding Wei, yet another newly opened franchised Taiwanese cuisine here in Queensbay Mall, Penang. Since it’s mother’s day when I visit here, we reached early, at around 11 AM and I am quite surprise the restaurant is half fulled already.

2010.05.09 Penang, Xiang Ding Wei @ Queensbay-101

Since it’s Taiwan cuisine, here are the pearl milk tea. From left to right it’s yam, original and champagne, costing RM4.90 each.

2010.05.09 Penang, Xiang Ding Wei @ Queensbay-102

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Hammer Bay Ikan Bakar @ Penang

Where is the best place for dinner? Yes, beach is the way man! Watching the sun set, enjoying fresh seafood while the natural wind blowing you is just…..awesome! Although the sea water is not crystal clear in Penang, neither the sand is silky smooth in the East coast of Penang island, but still, you can overlook the whole Penang bridge and looking at ships entering and exiting the port is quite a view too.

Hence this explains why restaurants are mushrooming along the East coast of the island, all the way from the start of Jelutong Highway at the end of Pengkalan Weld to Queensbay mall.

2010.04.10 Hammer Bay Ikan Bakar @ Penang-1

However, most of these stalls are just normal road side restaurant, not those classy type that you find in Batu Ferringhi area.

2010.04.10 Hammer Bay Ikan Bakar @ Penang-2

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Kampachi Japanese Restaurant Buffet @ Equatorial Hotel, Penang

Kampachi Japanese Restaurant at Equatorial Hotel, Penang is definitely 1 of the top top Japanese restaurant in Penang. However, it had been years since I last visit them. Reason is although it’s worth paying, but the price here is still consider higher if compare to those budget Japanese restaurant (No I ain’t talking about Sissy King and Sakai Sushi) that mushroom everywhere in town.

Besides the normal À la carte menu, Kamapchi do offer buffet lunch and dinner during weekends @ RM62++ for lunch, and RM86++ for dinner, which is something very famous among Penangties, leading it to be always full house during weekends.

The main buffet hall and dining hall. I sorta like the design here, very cozy and even when it’s pack with people, you won’t find that it’s too crowded. Yes, you can see most of the table are still empty, but it’s just because those that reserved are still taking their time to come, while me as the hungry ghost is starting to hunt for food already!

2010.03.20 Kampachi Japanese Buffet @ Penang-1

The sushi room, separated from the main hall. It’s quite small, but fit in just nice.

2010.03.20 Kampachi Japanese Buffet @ Penang-3

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