Having a headache thinking what to cook, which dishes to cook for which relative, where to eat this coming Chinese New Year when you get back to your hometown in Penang? Think no more. Why go through all the hassle, pain of buying and getting ingredients from the ever packed, no parking market?
Just bring your family out for buffet at Taste Cafe G Hotel Penang. Afterall the Chinese New Year dinner is about reunion dinner. You could save the time from all the peanut butter strawberry traffic jam of Penang and the cooking time and instead spend quality time while enjoying a hassle free Lunch and/or dinner over at the cafe.
The health conscious relatives could start off with the cold platter, salads or keep themselves busy over at the salad bar.
With the variety of food, even the pickiest kid in the family would find something he/she would love to have at the cafe. Their best stop is the grill station which serves freshly grilled juicy meats cut on the spot by the chef and topped with a …
Wanting a quiet time with your partner over the weekends and don't know where to go? How many times have we fall in the situation where we feel the malls are too packed on weekends and just getting a place to park your car is a pain in the rear while cinema good seats are always filled? All you want is some alone time with your partner and it's so hard right? Nope. You should try the Grand Salon Lobby Lounge's Heavenly High-Tea at the Palace of the Golden Horses
The centerpiece of rotating Koi-Horses, one of the legends of Palace adorns the Lobby lounge
With a seating capacity of 72, you could have your small group private lunch arrangement here too.
Back to the Hi Tea selection. Palace offers 3 selections of Hi Tea from RM65 nett onwards, namely the English Hi Tea Set as above priced at RM112 nett per stand for 2 person served with coffee or tea with the option of free flow of chilled juice at RM115 nett or with a bottle of Nicolas Feuillatte Brut at RM895 nett.
Well it's after the Raya and School Holiday now and you are broke as fark. So what do you do now? You didn't really enjoy the break and you so wanted some alone time but don't know where to go. Cameron? Too jam la. That place like jam 24/7 all year round one. Genting? No theme park and nothing to see right? Why not go on a one day trip to Fraser's Hill?
Yeap I took the road less traveled and ended up in Fraser's, had some nice food on the way and came back before sundown. The drive is just a short 2 hours one way or you could plan your cycling trip up and down.
What I did was plan my stop at Kuala Kubu Bharu for breakfast. Best bet for good food would be the cyclist cafe, Kedai Makana Basikal Stopover with their Master Chef David Chin. Important Note: Check their FB page to check if they are open. They usually opens on Sundays and Public Holidays but like what I said, check if they are open to avoid getting disappointed.