Since we already had seafood dinner at Bali Hai again??
with our uncle (who came from Singapore) on his first night in Penang, we decided to take him to Ocean Green Restaurant to try out the seafood.
We ordered a few of their signature dishes – inche kabin (deep-fried chicken Nyonya style) and deep-fried crispy choon-piah (Hainan spring roll). The rolls seems to have shrink in size lately.
The third dish was steamed fish in curry sauce. We normally would have this steam fish with plain beehoon (rice vermicelli).
A firm favorite at Ocean Green is the baked crab which comes with plenty of crab meat and cheese, all stuffed in the crab shell.
Fried rice with salted fish (kiam hoo).
Satay grilled with the sauce together.
Lastly, the sweet dessert was steam tapioca served with thick santan (coconut milk).
This restaurant which faces the sea is hidden behind Paramount Hotel (a very old hotel on Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah).
Ocean Green Restaurant & Seafood
48F Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah
Tel: 04 2262681 & 2274530
Business hours: 12noon till 11pm (daily)
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