Try Out These Restaurants That Serves Different Cuisines In Penang!
posted at: 01-09-2020 | author: foodcrush

I am sure by now all of us know the most famous fine dining restaurant till the local eatery in Penang. But do you know these restaurants that serve slightly different cuisines from what we usually eat? So what if you can’t travel to the countries? You can most definitely try out this food that will feel nothing less than being in that country. So let’s check what these restaurants specialize in?

1. Il Bacaro

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A remarkable Italian restaurant tucked away in the heart of Georgetown, Il Bacaro is the answer if you are looking for a cool air-conditioned indoor seating restaurant. Here, you can taste their homemade pizza that is filled with a generous amount of topping and crispy thin crust along towards the centre. They serve the most famous and old school Italian dishes in a way that would make you enjoy the meal until the last bite of it. The best of it, they do have a vegetarian option so to all those vegans who are bummed out about it, get back here and check this place out soon.

 

2. Orinea by Farquhar Mansion

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A total western influenced restaurant that is located at the one and only Gurney Bay at Gurney Sunrise. All their traditional dishes had been given a modern touch to it to attract more customers. If you are looking for a quiet place to relax and have a delicious meal, you should head to Orinea. If it is your first time there, then you should give their Australian Wagyu Steak and Foie Gras. Besides, they do have gluten-free food so all those gluten-free eaters, make sure to book a spot ASAP.

 

3. Two Frenchies Bistro Cafe

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If you are wondering why that name, then it is because this cafe was built by two French best friends who built this from the scratch to serve people their native cuisine, French. Located at one of the busiest streets in Penang, Bishop Street this cafe is known among tourist and locals for their yummy French delicacy that is originally from France. If you wish to try authentic French dishes then you should try out their Blanquette de Saumon which is salmon with vegetable stew and many more on the platter. And do check out their dessert menu, it looks like heaven!

 

4. Lebanon Restaurant

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Named after the beautiful country in the Middle East, this restaurant brings you the tastiest Arabic dishes that you might have not even tried. The cosy ambience that this place gives out, is suitable for both a casual and fine dining experience. Although this place falls on the expensive side, it will be extremely worth it with their food that was prepared by care and the hospitality that was given by the workers throughout the night. Don’t forget to order their clay pot fish curry, Mandi lamb Mutton Rogan Josh (Authentic mutton curry originated from Kashmir) and their food would leave you wanting for more.

 

5. Mr Flacko

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If you are sad because you can’t have you weekly Taco Tuesday, head over to Mr Flacko right away. This Mexican restaurant has a never-ending menu that you could only imagine. You can find many types of tacos, burritos, tortillas, and the list goes on. Not only that, in Mr Flacko you would get to experience homemade desserts that were prepared with lots of care for their customers. What is even better is that this place is also pocket friendly so don’t hurry now!

 

We are lucky to be able to stay in Penang and yet taste different types of cuisines now and then. So, do hurry up and head over to these places and try out the dishes. But don’t forget to follow the SOP set by the government, wear a mask and stay safe!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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