Find out what Malaysian restaurants to try in Bayan Lepas. Bayan Lepas is a town in the Southwest Penang Island District, Penang, Malaysia, near the southeastern tip of Penang Island. Founded in the 19th century, it is now home to the Penang International Airport and an eponymous Free Industrial Zone, dubbed the Silicon Valley of the East due to its size. Various multinational electronic and engineering firms, including Bosch, Motorola, Dell, Intel and Hewlett-Packard, have set up factories and assembly plants within the town.
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3 based on 36 reviews
The hotel we staying next to this restaurant recommend us this place. It is rustic and very local, ordering food is easy as there are English menu.We drank beer first to enjoy the sea view, which was a great sunset drinks session.The food we ate was good for the price we paid.
Frankly speaking it is not my kinda mee udang. The gravy something missing. And hardly any vegetables! Yes the prawns are fresh but ot doesn't blend well with the gravy & why cant they blanch the yellow noodle before pouring the gravy. Funny no cili padi are served at the shop! And we can't choose to seat at any table . My personal rating 5/10 Oh i had nasi goreng udang too . Rating 3/10 . The chilli paste in the nasi goreng are not properly cooked. Sorry guys i usually don't simply criticise but this outlet not my kind pf outlet that i shall return.
4 based on 46 reviews
We came here for dinner before catching our flight back to Singapore.The restaurant is located far South passed the Airport, just after the other famous restaurant Khun Thai.The restaurant setup is huge, easily sit 100 with space to spare.Food from order to our table is fast, perhaps due to an army of Service Staff and Cooks, The seafood is fresh and tasty, and price is reasonable. We had some special dishes :Deep Fried Stuffed BrinjalStuffed Bitter Gourd with minced pork.Steamed Fish.Will come back again if in Penang.
First and foremost...the crab dish that we ordered was fresh!!! I mean .. FREESSHHH!!! They predominantly serve seafood dishes but thereâs other options too. The food that was served was delicious although it was a tad under-seasoned.Good place to take your family here!
4 based on 104 reviews
This restaurant should be candidate for Michelin stars, what a high level cooking, quality, freshnes, flavours, creativity, location and service. We are world wide travellers and this dinners was sure one of the best of my 50 years culinair experiences. We highly recommend this restaurant and, for the western people, don't let you influence by the look of the building and parking.
4 based on 25 reviews
Bustling hawker center at night! Delicious Penang food and we ate as much as we could: Char Kuey Teow, Assam Laksa, Lor Bak, Leng Chee Kang, Rojak, Fried Oysters. Yums!
4 based on 47 reviews
You have to go early to find a place to sit. Service was fast and polite. Place is reasonably clean. The lemon steam fish, mantis prawns and tom yam seafood is truly amazing. Strongly recommended.
4 based on 62 reviews
Date: 18/12/2018Location: Taman Tunas Muda, 11900 PenangType: Malay foodClean: YesService: Self-serviceFriendly Staff: YesFood Quality: Fabulous Value for money: Resounding YES! Scale of 0-10: 8.5/10Total spent: MYR$27.40 (2pax)
4 based on 63 reviews
There are a variety of food court in Penang. This food court prices are not really that cheap and the food are just average. The serving portion are rather small compare to the price that you are paying. You can get a variety of hawker food at the Sunshine Market Food Court which is not very far away from Supertanker. The food there are cheaper and much tastier. There is also the Fisherman's Man Wharf Food Corner located at Lebuh Sungei Pinang serving hawker food. Ample car park and there is a live band performance after 9pm.
4 based on 49 reviews
Gen Communal Table is a Modern Malaysian Restaurant located in Georgetown, Penang serves tasting menus with local produceâ in a communal setting.
I wanted to be surprised and Chef Johnson and his team did much more than surprising me!. Nice setting, open kitchen, attentive service (I disagree with some other comments below), smooth service all the way (as sometimes it takes too long to be served 14 courses)Creative plating, very original dishes like the boneless chicken wings, the leek in banana leaf, the duck perfectly cooked... and the surprising pineapple dessert. A great Secret Tables experience recommended to gourmet travelers to Penang!
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