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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Queensbay Mall - Little Nyonya

I never fancy about Christmas, and I don't really celebrate Christmas all the while. But last year is a different year. I decided to give it a more special Christmas as it is the first Christmas after the 2012-12-21 (restart of Maya's calendar).

We spent half day at Queensbay Mall with the kids. Bringing them around, decided to queue for the Santa session. But the kids scared of the Santa. lol.....

It is around dinner time, we decided to give the new restaurant a try - Little Nyonya.

The restaurant are jammed pack but we managed to find a table. It tooks sometime for them to clean the table. It is expected as there are really lots of people.

The menu came in a short while. The content actually surprised me, as I didn't expect it to be in similar way like OldTown. But that is fine with me.

Satay, it has been sometime since I last eating one. So, decided to give it a try. :)

The staff busy, I mean super busy walking around serving food and taking order....

The surprise me another time. I didn't expect this restaurant is actually from the White House white coffee. :P

The curry mee.

Fish and chip for the kids.

Satay!!!! yummy!!!!

Gula Melaka cendol, miss it a lot.....nice!

The ever famous dishes everywhere - Nasi Lemak. :) I like the sambal.

So, the problem with lots of customer is that.....I got my order taken wrongly for 4 times. :P big deal, just that have to keep remind them about my order. :)

The Little Nyonya Cuisine:
GPS Coordinate: 5°19'59"N   100°18'24"E
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Opening hours: --
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Address: LG-117, 116 & 111, Queensbay Mall, Persiaran Bayan Lepas, 11900 Bayan Lepas, Pulau Pinang.

Bukit Tengah - Stone Age Cafe

It is time to service my wife's car. As usual, I planned to send the car to the Mitsubishi's service center at Jalan Song Ban Kheng, at the Gemilang Business Center. Since it is during lunch time, I planned to eat around the area.

I almost went pass this restaurant everyday when I go for work, has curious about what kind of food being served in the restaurant. By the name, I would imagine something that coming from Flintstones era.

After sent in the car, I walked over to the restaurant which is just 2 shops away. The sky is drizzling, but I had the faithful Mitsubishi red color umbrella with me. No big deal, it has been a long time since I walked in the rain.

There is a little stage with the complete PA system and mic stand, seems like there are singers performing at night, most likely after 8.00pm but I didn't bother to ask about the details.

The setup of the place is like a limestone cave, which is pretty nice. The sitting layout is properly planned to suit either small group or large group of visitors.

It was October, so the cave is having Halloween mood all over...

It was around 12.00pm when I'm there. Just a table or two were occupied. I chose a seat close to the entrance, nothing particular, just that it is the first seat after I walked in. The menu shows its age, pretty beaten looks but still serve well as a menu. :P

The promotion menu. I scanned through the whole menu and decided to order something ala carte, instead of the set lunch. Not sure why, but I always has the perception that promotional items doesn't always taste as good as the ala carte menu.

I ordered a Stone Age Salmon with sides (fried rice, sweet corn and coleslaw). Originally thought of ordering a cappuccino or latte to go with the salmon, too bad that the coffice machine was out of order. So, I go for the original yogurt ice blended  instead.

While waiting for the fish, out of boredom, I looked around and wow, see what they did to the ceiling. :)

After around 15 minutes, and the salmon arrived...So, it is actually a hot stone grilled salmon. And it is kind of grilled it yourself type. :) It is really hot and if there are kids around, better handle with care.

It is quite fun to watch the salmon turning from raw to cooked. There are some spices and I believed is salt on top of the salmon. The waitress waiting patiently at the side while I photographed the salmon. After the photo shoots, she started to cut the salmon and flipped it. Apparently, it is just a little bit of grill it yourself needed. :P

The fried rice is a small portion. So, set your expectation right when you visit the restaurant. :)
Potato wedges, as usual, my favorite.

The coleslaw and the corn is just the usual stuff. Nothing more or less.

Tartar sauce and mayonnaise, my usual sauce to go with any kind of grilled/fried food. But this round, I rarely touch it. :) The salmon is just nice to eat as it is.

The yogurt ice-blended is somewhat a surprise. It actually comes with some "pearl" which is unusual with what is inside the buble milk tea.

The semi-transparent ball actually burst like a water balloon when you bite it. Not bad...
I still prefer a hot coffee. :P

After some grilling, the salmon is almost cooked. To me, the best part is not the fresh, it is the crispy salmon skin. :)

Ah, crispy and tasty salmon skin. :)

Timing is everything from design a chip to grilling a tasty salmon. So, pay attention when grilling it to perfect golden color.

Gone, everything must go. :P I ate the corn and wedges with the sauce.....but not the salmon. :P

The cashier, just beside the entrance. Pay and you may leave the restaurant. :)

Stone Age Cafe:
GPS Coordinate: 5°21'3"N   100°26'34"E
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Address: --
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