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Penang Bistro, Central Park Mall, West Jakarta

Malaysia, guess all you know this neighbour country. This time i'd like to tell about the dishes, not the country :-D. Malaysia as been famous with Melayu culture and culinary as well. As similar with our lovely country, they have quiet same type of dishes start by ingredients and seasoning. But of course, it has their own flavor. Nowadays in town, it has been opening alot overseas cuisines restaurant around the malls. 

About Malaysia dishes, we got Penang Bistro in here. This is not new restaurant, i have been here for couple of times. Penang Bistro last i visited in this store is at Central Park Mall. Thsi restaurant has nice place and ambience. As the name, we know Penang is one of territory in Malaysia. I never been there, what i heard we could find many culinary spot there. 

In Penang Bistro, we could order variant of Malaysia dishes start from nasi lemak, noodles, chennai bread, curry, and dessert as well. This restaurant have quiet big space, and variant spot of tables. I choose right face to the window, it's lunch time wheh sun bright, i could look at the city busy view. i start my order by appetizer, Kerabu Mango Salad then main dishes by penang mee shua, mango chicken & plate of nasi lemak also teh tarik.


Kerabu Ebi Mango, it's authentic Malaysian salad, mango mixed in spicy and seasoning served with rice, but in here it served with dried white noodles.

First look, it only white color of noodles. and bunch of ebi on the middle, but when i mixed it deeply, it's whole with mango in seasoning sauce. It is taste spicy, sour, nicely blended with the noodles. It's cost Rp 32,000.- Then just straight to main course, Mango chicken. This time i ate alot mango :-)


It's beautifully fried boneless chiken poured by slices of mango and onions. Chicken really crunchy, nice seasoning sauce and mango is in good sour, perfect with the chicken. it is Rp 63,000.- and last dish is Penang Mee Shua.


It is good texture of mee shua, mixed with variant ingredients like eggs, shrimp, vegetables and slices of fish cakes, but under little seasoning i think. more salt should do i guess. this cost for Rp 51,000.- All over foods here not really cost alot. foods are good, service just fine, spot and ambience is nice. for having lunch or dinner with family in here should be good.
Penang Bistro Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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