Soul Kitchen @ Penang

Already falling in love with Soul Kitchen after I had my breakfast there, here am I again. This time, for lunch.

For starter, we have Tomato Soup @ RM8 served with organic bread. The soup is quite good but I do hope it’s cooked much more thicker. 6.4/10

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Our freshly baked Pizza Parma Ham @ RM20, which is the thin crust style pizza which I like. However, it’s not really rich in flavour and I would very much appreciate if more cheese were used 😀

Besides, as I am not a huge fan of the salty Parma Ham and the bitter rocket, I don’t enjoy it much. 6.0/10
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Soul Kitchen @ Penang

Located at Lebuh Muntri @ Penang, Soul Kitchen is a very unique and special place to dine here in Penang. Why so?

Well, first of all, it’s a small family business, operate by the couple Michele and Tonio. The building is already quite a history itself  and is part of the heritage pre-war building.

Besides, rather than serving the traditional local Chinese/Malay/Indian hawker food you can find all around in Penang, it served Italian food instead.

My beautiful Cappuccino @ RM5.

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And LY’s freshly squeeze and flavourful Orange Juice @ RM5. Price might a bit steep you might say as we are not dining in a air-conditioned restaurant, but the orange juice is pure and good, unlike those you get in normal coffee shop where you taste water and sugar syrup more rather than orange.

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Jit Seng Hong Kong Roasted Duck @ Penang

After saw some stunning pictures HERE, I know, I definitely need to try it!

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But…..what are we waiting? It’s 12PM, the whole restaurant is full of people, but there ain’t no duck??!! Everyone is waiting….wait what?

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Nyonya Breeze @ Penang – Invited Review

Thanks to Criz, I had the chance for my first ever invited review. However, invited review is invited review, and although I doesn’t need to pay for my food, I will still comment about it honestly. And if any of you guys doubt about what I say, I already stated it clearly, this is an invited review, so it’s up to you guys to believe it or not.

Nyonya Breeze at Abu Siti Lane Penang offers authentic Nyonya cuisine, a cuisine which is going to extinct soon since not much people willing to learn and prepare it, simply because the preparation job is very time consuming. However, it’s good that at Nyonya Breeze, their dream is to keep these culinary secrets from becoming another history lesson, hence they are selling authentic Nyonya food for us to enjoy it.

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The design of the shop is simple, and there’s a big board which explain the history of Nyonya food, which one can read it while waiting.

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GEM Indian Restaurant @ Penang

GEM restaurant – House of fine Indian cuisine as they claimed, located within the core zone of the Unesco World Heritage Site in Penang – Bishop Street. The environment is beautifully design, with painting and cravings from India.

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The design of the cup is very special, and it’s quite heavy too for a cup.

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Nandu Rasam @ RM7.90 is certainly an interesting dish. The soup was boiled with the crab together, giving it a very interesting flavor. Besides, although the pepper taste might be a bit overwhelming, but it still taste very nice as the spices used to cook the soup is just wonderful. The crab is very fresh too (although small) but you can enjoy it while waiting for your main dish to come. 7.9/10

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Penang Road Teochew Cendol @ Prangin Mall

Almost everyone will refer you to the famous Penang Road Teochew Cendol when you are in Penang. It’s is like the must eat desert in Penang already, and below, is the godly Teochew Cendol.

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Although cendol is usually refer to the green colored noodle look-a-like thingy, but it’s not the main ingredients that made a bowl of cendol stand out from the others (well, at least to me la). It’s all due to the santan (coconut milk) and gula melaka (palm sugar) used. Besides, finely shaved ice and big sweet red beans also lead to a good bowl of cendol.

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Due to the crowd and mess at their main branch at Penang road, I decided to give their branch inside Prangin Mall a try for my crave of cendol this time.

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This is my first time trying at their branch, and I shall say I am quite happy with it. I don’t notice any difference here compare to their main branch, hence I find that in the future, I will just come here instead, where I no need to queue up under the hot sun, stand and eat under the hot sun, and worry my ass being knock my passing by car. I is can sit down and enjoy my desert. 8.0/10

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Operating Hours: 11.00 AM to 8 PM

Location: Ground Floor, Prangin Mall, Penang

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