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Thursday, 13 August 2015

Penang Street at East Point Mall

Date of visit: 16.05.2015

Hubby and I was on our way to a coffee shop near East Point Mall for chicken rice when we saw the advertisement poster of Penang Street on a pillar.

We got very excited, having in mind that it's something like Malaysia Boleh at Jurong Point.


Penang Street turned out to be a cafeteria.

We wanted a economical lunch leh, but I find the tiffany blue theme difficult to resist, 注定要花钱了.  We can be really richer if we can control a little on food.... lolxx....

This is such a charming place!

Even their menu is so pretty!

Our order slip came, Chendol was auspiciously translated to "LOTS OF MONEY" in chinese lolxxx...  Me like it  $$$$$$

Fried Kuay Teow S$8.80

Penang Street is halal so there's no chinese sausages or lard.  It's less oily without sacrificing good taste.  One lady opposite our table, probably a regular simply ordered this without looking at the menu.

Nasi Lemak S$9.80
It came in a delightful presentation.

Chicken is marinated with some malay spices, quite flavourful and juicy though may not be the best.

Kangkong with Cuttlefish S$7.80
Love the peanut sauce and the generous portion.

Chendol S$5.80
Instead of plain ice, sweetened shoved ice was used.  Not bad.

I felt that the dishes were rather Singapore than Penang.  There were negative reviews on their FB, perhaps we were lucky or,  from a more positive view, they probably had improved.   Frankly speaking, we enjoyed our lunch very much surrounded by tiffany blue.  Although it's nothing atas, but I felt quite romantic ^.^

Penang Street
3 Simei Street 6
#03-05 East Point Mall
Singapore 528833
Tel: 6260 0955

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