Jesyca is back in action!
Once we've stepped into twenties, I realized that time really flies as compared to my old school days. Apologize that I've spent little time maintaining my blog, eventually I poured my effort into my first job after graduating.
Happy 2013 to everyone! My brother is celebrating his 25th birthday this year in January, and we are glad that we grabbed the opportunity to have a family dinner at 1881 Chong Tian Cultural Hotel 中天酒店, which located in the Penang Heritage Town, Jalan Pintal Tali.
The antique decorations and the richness of oldies ambiance is the uniqueness of itself. It is the only luxury gateway to the 19th century, with a history of 130 years old building in Malaysia.
Creamy mushroom soup as starter
We tried out the 3-course meal of Western Cuisine. Credits to the chef, the food was delicious.
Oven-roasted chicken - well cooked with a thick and creamy sauce, and the taste blends well with the Japanese mushroom (Hokto Kinoko), and mashed potato as additional dishes.
Smoked BBQ Pork Ribs - the texture of the ribs is soft and tender, and well marinated with the BBQ sauce, it goes perfectly with potato wadges.
Salmon Teriyaki - normally when the salmon is well-cooked, the flesh will not be juicy but surprisingly this salmon is well cooked and yet tasty and juicy, I really love it!
Besides, you can poses as many pictures as you want, the interior design is totally amazing! There is gallery aisle at upstairs whereby you can pay a visit. They provide hotel room service as well, but the price is not really affordable, from the the range of RM588 - RM2188.
Anyhow, it is a nice try, definitely it worth for my second visit!
Location: 38, 40, 42, Jalan Pintal Tali, 10100 Georgetown, Penang.