Welcome to the Pearl of The Orient. Known for her delicious street food, I am here to share with you these hidden gems, regardless, if you are a local, a tourist, a passerby err.. even if you are Singaporean, there is plenty of culture, heritage and good food for anyone and everyone who enjoys food with a tinge of history. This is my version of Penang food intertwined with my daily life on the island, I hope you enjoy it ...
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Thursday, 31 October 2013
This is a Deepavali special.
Had the pleasure to be invited by a lovely couple to this restaurant and was very pleased with it.
This is a nice place for tourists.
Introduced this place to some friends from New Delhi, a few years back and they were so happy with the venue as they were eating Malaysian food for a couple of days and wanted to eat something closer to home.
As I walk into the restaurant, I can visualise British couples relaxing and enjoying the Northern Indian cuisine here, back to the old colonial days.
The put up a special here everyday.
If you want to know more about the menu you can click on their own website below: