A visit to Sunshine Bay for dinner had the few of us indulging in several types of seafood dishes. This eatery, located in Kedai Kopi Sin Eng Huat at Tanjung Bungah is just right beside the traffic light junction, directly opposite the famous Penang Tanjung Bunga Goreng Pisang stall. The place looks quite old with the fluorescent lightnings going on and off during our visit on a rainy day. Anyway, the food was awesome!
I am sharing the absolutely scrumptious noodle dishes first. The Kappa Mee Suah and the Stir Fried Noodles with Crab are two lovely choices that we started with. Meesuah was smooth on the tongue and extremely flavorful with the egg and fresh kappa.
On the other hand, the yellow noodles are stir fried with crab, robust with the crustacean juices. The noodles are best left absorbing the gravy as it tends to get slightly moist and more flavorful. I could not resist a second helping of the noodles! The crab flesh was juicy, and with the gravy coating it, the dish was heavenly!
The main dishes we ordered to complement the delicious noodles!
Guiness is usually cook with pork and it was great idea using it with chicken. Their Guiness Chicken is rightly flavored with Guiness. The dosage of Guiness used in marinating the chicken was just right. It added extra earthiness to the chicken. It whetted the appetite for second helping. A definite must-order on your trip here. The chicken pieces were tender and juicy.
Moving on to another type of seafood, which is prawns! The prawns were stir fried with thick black sauce till they are evenly coated with the gravy…with the chef expertly preparing it without overcooking the prawns!
The next dish will undoubtedly impress fish lovers. The Steam stingray with lemon was generally good served with generous squeezes of lemon, garlic, ginger and chili which added spiciness and flavor to this mouthwatering dish. This texture of this particular piece of fish was very smooth. White rice is definitely needed, and I enjoyed a bowl with this particular dish!
The fried vegetable with pieces of Pee Hu (dried sole) rounded off our meal. Its amazing seeing so much Pee Hu in this dish of vegetable. The fried Pee Hu was quite an addiction, giving a great flavor to the bland vegetable which was fried in a delicious gravy. Great dish to end the meal!
With its fresh and generously portioned food with reasonable prices (RM112 for our meal), we will definitely be back for more. Click here for the Map Location.
Sunshine Bay Seafood Restaurant
569-B Jalan Tanjung Bungah
Business Hours: 6.30pm – 10.30pm
Closed on Tuesday
Tel : 012 4737276 & 016 4689168
GPS Coordinates : N5 27.972 E100 16.807
**Updated June 2011** - The new location is located diagonally opposite the road…
Sunshine Bay Seafood Restaurant
584-B Jalan Tanjung Bungah
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