Sunday, October 31, 2010

That Little Wine Bar


...costs us almost RM180 in total. And there's no wine involved too. But, it's expected since you have to pay for the ambiance too and without a doubt, it's very relaxing and soothing to be there.

What exactly did we do that we have to pay that much of money? Well, just eat. Haha. So, this was what we had.

Introducing the main courses from clockwise, top left...
Duck Breast a l'orange
Mushroom Quiche, my favourite of all the courses...
Red Snapper, what I ordered
The Chicken Panini

For desserts, we have...

New York Cheesecake
Warm Apple Filo Pillow

Overall, the foods are quite nice, though the Red Snapper is on the bottom among the four. That fish dish is not really good and apparently not fresh too, according to the 'critics'. I really liked the mushroom quiche the most. Its cheesy flavor mixed well with the pastry and the mushroom complemented it well.

For the desserts, nothing to shout about though I quite like the New York Cheesecake. Maybe it's because I really do like New York Cheesecake. Must go New York to try it first. Haha.

The atmosphere is very nice and relaxing. It's definitely very Westernized.

The wine collection...
Few Snapshots of the restaurant...

Owned by a European couple (assumed), they were friendly and nice to talk to. Definitely a place worth revisiting, when I had the money.

The entrance

That Little Wine Bar,
54, Jln Chow Thye,
Georgetown, Penang.

3 comments:

Albert said...

180 bucks for 2? Wow that's a lot of money...

anyway, where in Penang is this restaurant located?

Ultraman Jino said...

180 bucks! ripped open my heart.




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成亿 said...

albert: for four la...haha...it's in jln chow thye, georgetown...

jino: ard 45 per person so still think it's ok la...