Malabar Restaurant (Invited Review) | Cariso Delicacies Corner

Malabar Restaurant (Invited Review)

31 Jan

This is a new restaurant at the corner shop lot after the Lorong Kampung Malabar, serving Thai & Nyonya cuisine.

Asam Pedas (RM8.00 – 2 fish) My rating : 8/10

This is an absolutely appetizing dish. It would be greater if heated with candle warmer during serving.

Thai Style Roast Chicken (RM11.00) My rating : 8/10

Spice- flavoured roast chicken, a good choice for those who like moist gravy type instead of dry belacan chicken.

Deep Fried Belacan Chicken (RM12.00) My rating : 7/10

Loh Bak (RM8 – 2pcs) My rating : 6/10

Braised Garlic Pepper Pork Ribs (RM12.00) My rating : 6/10

Pork Trotter with Vineger (RM16.00) My rating : 6/10

A bit too sourish and sweet to my liking.

Some of the Chinese dishes that are serving during CNY period.

Chicken Soup with Herbs (RM26.00) My rating : 7/10

An aromatic steamed herbal chicken.

Stir Fried Thai Style Mayonnaise Prawns with Broccoli (RM22.00) My rating : 8/10

Otak Otak (RM4.00 each) My rating : 9/10

A bit pricey but recommended!

Fried Kangkung (RM9.00) My rating : 7/10

I like the fragrant unique belacan/shrimp paste of this kangkung dish.

Malabar Belanda Eggs (RM4.50 – 2 eggs) My rating : 7/10

Thai Style Beef Koay Teow (RM9.50) My rating : 6/10

Kasturi Lime with Sour Plum Drink (RM2.80) My rating : 9/10

A recommended drink for all! Refreshing for hot day and when having Thai food.

Dessert of the Day (Steamed Pumpkin with Coconut Milk Custard – RM3.50) My rating : 9/10

I like this dessert. Moist with average sweetness.

Surprise! Located upstair of this restaurant is a lodging motel with affordable price.

MALABAR RESTAURANT – DINE & CHILL
Address: 26 & 28, Lebuh Cintra, 10100 Penang. (Same row with the famous Cintra Street Oh Kuih/Bak Chang and opposite the famous Yee Sang Kai Chook) 
Contact: 604-263 8266
Website: www.malabar.net.my
FaceBook: www.facebook.com/MalabarPenang
GPS: 5.418636, 100.333832
Business Hours: 11.00am – 10.00pm (Closed on Tuesday)
Happy Hours: 5.00pm – 9.00pm

One Response to “Malabar Restaurant (Invited Review)”

  1. Javen21 February 14, 2012 at 9:09 am #

    Looking at these photos, I can say that this a fine dine-in restaurant. The food are great and looks so delicious. I love the ambiance too!
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