Sunday, April 15, 2012

Restaurant Malaysian Kitchen - Batu Ferringhi, Penang (Malaysia)


From Rasa Sayang HotelPart 1Part 2 and Part 3) I walked towards the row of shops across the main road. Amidst assured by the hotel staff that its' safe to walk out at 7.30pm, I was still cautious. How not to be because I have been robbed before and reading daily about the crime rate, you can't help but fear for your life. Any way, I had to carry my handbag to keep my hand phone, money and room key, so the handbag I held on tight, crossed the road and quickly sat at Restaurant Malaysian Kitchen. Just then my half-half called to inform that he will be joining me with our cousin. So, they arrived, the menu came by and we ordered.

Drinks as usual arrived first, A beer is a beer but Hoegaarden being a premium beer must taste better. Otherwise what's the point of paying more. The calamansi mint cooler wasn't made in heaven but I love the chilled tangy minty burst. The cousin was happy with the sky juice.
Now for the food. Fried samosa piping hot and when gently rolled over the mint dip, lovely taste it was.
The mixed platter took us by surprise as the portion was big for one person. So we shared the grilled chicken, lamb, fish, squids and prawns. Teamed with sliced tomatoes, lettuce leaves and chilli sauce, we struggled to finish up. Taste-wise, well I will not complain but some of meat pieces were cooked on the outside while still quite raw inside.  
Up next - naan bread and tandoori chicken. Naan nicely executed and chicken tender-moist in a flavorful masala but the colour, I mean,  the vibrant red hue seemed not right. Perhaps red colouring I thought.

The portion also big for one person. Perhaps for big eaters, its value for money and even after sharing this dish, much was left behind. Restaurant Malaysian Kitchen - nice dimmed and spacious ambiance, and when we here, literally empty, service was quite efficient and I won't say food here is reasonably priced (RM189.20 ).

Restaurant Malaysian Kitchen 
152B, Batu Ferringghi
Penang
Tel:  04-88119988




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7 comments:

  1. Sad. Tandoori is red, but not spicy. :/

    mt

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  2. That's a good name for a touristy area. But why isn't it packed with tourists?

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  3. I like both your reviews on restaurant. We have sarvana bhawan restaurant here in Vancouver. It is usually crowded for lunch.

    I see Indian food in Malaysian cuisine. You seem right is it is not spicy then it is the red colour they used.

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  4. Food with coloring is a big no no for me. Pity that it didn't turn out well..

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  5. Yummy nava.. another great shoot of foods you have share here!!

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  6. Hey, the name Batu Ferringhi sounds familiar. I think I've been there before. Mmmmm...... when's the last time I was in M'sia?? Hahaha!

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  7. beer is a beer.. lol...
    but i dont really prefer hoegarden..
    the taste kinda mild for me..

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