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Chez Weng Review (non halal)

Chez Weng AKA Weng's Place in French was not an eatery to be missed if you so happen to be on the Northern Side of Penang. Featuring a semi fine dining with a touch of romantic dining experience catered for couples, families or singles who just wants to hang out and enjoy the environment. They have a bar to cater for those who are hanging out with friends for a drink. The romantic lightbulbs setting Down to a more quiet second floor of which the lamps reminds one of overseas street fine dining experience. The view from the second floor Other than beers, they serve a fine variety of wines The bulbs that reminds me of the quiet christmas atmosphere Fresh bread and Dukkah Pizza with Portobello mushroom, Garlic Confit and Truffle Oil which comes in American style thin crusts. What is special is that the chef actually selects the best and freshest ingredients he could get in the market. Serrano Ham Prosciutto of which I like the freshness of this when it

Happy Chinese Dragon New Year 2010


Journey Back KL

What could a guy on the bus sitting next to a big guy who is snoring so loudly that the eardrums is having problems listening to even the music over a stereo headphones do with a camera on hand? No, I am definitely not gonna stuff my expensive lense into his mouth... So this is what I did.. I found an interesting kid seated in front of me to be my involuntary model.. Curious kid... peekaboo Seriously this kid reminds me of my hyperactive and curious childhood.. *Chak He was making noise in the bus and guess what happened? The mum just stuff his mouth.. That doesn't really stop him. Just like when I was young and energetic For about 2 hours the kid had been climbing up and down.. Finally he is tired.. He slept for like an hour. First thing he did when he wakes up was to peep behind... Last picture taken before the sky turned dark... Brings back those good old memories...

Baiyok Thai Restaurant Review

I know this post should come up earlier but I was very much caught up during the weekends. I was invited for an eating session to Baiyok Thai Restaurant by another blogger about a month++ ago.. Located in the Heritage Club opposite Penang Sports Club, this hidden restaurant would not be noticeable by passer by unless you are a member at the Heritage club,  They are open daily and free WIFI... A variety of drinks selection here from the lemon grass water to coffee and fruit juices.. PLA RAD MAKHAAM(Deep-fried fish topped with tamarind sauce) The fish head... KAI YANG(B.B.Q. chicken with dipping sauce) GOONG KHAI DAENG(Finger food- deep-fried bread with prawn and salted egg) MIANG PLA KRAPHONG(Traditional appertiser-deep-fried seabass cubes, condiments and sweetener wrap with wild betel leaves(daun kaduk) ) The above was wrapped and so called the correct way to eat them.. It comes in these 2 original plates... This dish is definite to clear your ears due t

Lighthouse Coffee review

Ask anyone around what is the first name that comes into mind when you ask them about coffee.. Most would say Starbucks but after I visited this cafe, I found my true passion in coffee and learned things I never did know in the first place visiting Starbucks since my secondary school days.. And yes that is very long ago and I am old I know that. Do you know that coffee brewed at the right temperature and right way is sweet on it's own? Did you even know that there are specific amounts to follow to a certain temperature and duration makes all the difference in the coffee you sip? Heck, even they way you drink makes a difference... Even the way you roast the beans makes it different... This is what I have learned on my visit here.. The owner gave us an impromptu coffee appreciation class... Located at the hidden corner around Bishop Street intersecting with Beach street and part of the Logan Heritage Building... I was actually given the chance to get to know coffee better as part
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