Tasty Restaurant ???, Penang

   Posted by: CK Lam   in uncategorized

***The restaurant has since closed down.

Fancy eating delicious and tasty food? Then head over to Tasty Restaurant for fantastic roast meat – siu mei (??). This clean shoplot situated along Anson Road is right beside the coffeeshop selling the famous duck meat koay teow th’ng.
The chef cum owner who run this place has over 10 years of experience, hails from Ipoh. He also prepares other various dishes of savoury dumplings, Siu Lon Pau and porridge. Additional dishes are added to the menu on Sunday.
Our orders were pei pah arp, siew yok and siew pai kut (roast spare ribs). All the roast meat are tender, juicy and succulent. The minimum order for the pei pah arp is a quarter portion. This is reasonable unlike other stalls that only sells minimum of half a duck.

The three layer siew yok with crispy skin.

The roast spare ribs (which are rarely sold in Penang) were very tasty and tender enough to be removed from the bone easily. We had the dried noodle which is very springy and tasted good with bit of oil (pork lard) and sauce.

A bamboo basket of steaming hot Siu Lon Pau is best eaten with strips of ginger dipped in vinegar. You get to eat it here at a fraction of a price compare to some outlets.

Highly recommended is this refreshing cold dessert – Iced Mango Sago. The mango is blended with crushed ice and served with chunky pieces of mango and generous amount of sago. The sweetness was just right. There are also other desserts of soya bean and yee mai foo chok.

This is an ideal place to be for those who wishes to have a full meal, snack or just a dessert. Surprisingly this outlet is Wifi enabled. Glad to have found this place and definitely will drop by for more.

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3 comments so far

little inbox

I guess 10 years back when I was still a teenager, my father used to bring us to Wei Jia Wei at Taman Sri Nibong, and few years back, I used to visit Wei Jia Wei located at Sunway Tunas. But these 2 were already shut down. Are all these branches manage by the same owner?

April 13th, 2008 at 6:50 pm
CK Lam

I think you could be right. It is the same owner cos that is what I was told.

I have never patronised the other two previous outlets.

April 13th, 2008 at 8:54 pm
name: da_big_d

Siu Mei looks good. Will go there once I have time.

Tried the “crispy” duck in dragon-i Qbay tonight, tasted bad. :( I kinda expecting dragon-i which serves shanghainese food would have similar quality as peking duck. I am so wrong.

July 19th, 2008 at 12:41 am

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