|The interior of Indocafe is decked out in elegant colonial splendour|
|Assam laksa – Penang Peranakan’s biggest export|
|Kerabu bok nee (left)|
|Classic Penang otah|
|Seafood assam nanas pedas|
Seafood assam nanas pedas (S$32) is noteworthy for the ensemble of luscious prawns, ladyfingers and tomatoes lounging in a deliciously addictive sweet-and-spicy pineapple gravy spiked with assam.
|Stewed pork knuckles with yam, a Penang homestyle Chinese mainstay|
|Seafood gulai tumis (silver pomfret)|
The seafood gulai tumis (S$40 for silver pomfret) is also another winner with fillet of deep fried silver pomfret doused in thick and fragrant nonya curry.
|Buah keluak fried rice|
|Kicap manis wagyu|
Note: most of the dishes above are tasting portions rather than a la carte
© Evelyn Chen 2013
Please note that the reviews published in this blog are sometimes hosted. I am under no obligation to review every restaurant I’ve visited. If I do, the reviews are 100% my own.