Sunday, May 13, 2012

Kwong Sang House, Leith Street

A tailor shop turned restaurant, this shop is decorated with antique sewing machines, rolls of cloths and many other tailoring tools all the way from 1960's. Offering a list of western dishes, its food quality definitely live up to the price posted.
mushroom soup + dragon-fruit drink which comes with the set 
garlic bread for the soup 
pasta pollo pesto (highly recommended as the sauce is really thick)

chicken cordon bleu (another recommended dish; sufficient cheese stuffed inside the chicken)

fresh salmon steak (dish would have tasted better if salmon was fresh)

We visited this shop after purchasing an online for the 4-course set dinner at only RM16.90 and carries an original value of RM40.
Another interesting point to note is the practice of no-menu. All dishes/ drinks/ desserts available were written on a black board. Good in a way that they are environmental-friendly, bad in a way as the waitress got to carry the piece of black board which measures about 4 feet by 6 feet around to different tables for diners to see and make order.
I would love to go back and try out the others listed in the menu.

Where at?
36, Leith Street, 10220 Penang

Tel no: 012-5565509 (reservation through sms is available)

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