Batu Ferringhi Restaurants and Dining

Posted on December 6, 2011 Posted by Eric

Batu Ferringhi is one of the most popular and worth-visiting destinations of Penang that is travelled by thousands of tourists who take cheap flights to Penang. It comprises a long soft stretch of white sandy beach that features plenty of dining and accommodation options. The area highly boasts of entertaining water sports and its night market is quite legendary. The attractions are mostly nature-based and cast a spell on the admirers (Penang’s Cultural Centre, Batik Factory and Yahong Art Gallery). Apart from its fascinating and adorable sites, the place also features plenty of dining options- enough to tickle your taste buds.

From humble roadside restaurants to the posh dining outlets, this area features great-tasting food at prices that are not too straining on the pocket. There are also many choices like Middle Eastern and Indian cuisine as well- one would be spoilt for options. Feringghi Garden is one of its amazing settlements that is encircled with green foliage and set amidst a picturesque landscape. It charms with both its offerings as well as the looks. The restaurant pleases the palate and eye of the guests like no other and serves Eastern elements that incorporate with fusion Continental cuisines. The drinks are just mouth watering and are served in slanting glasses. The mini waterfall in the background also offers an astounding and enticing dining experience.

If you are in search of some Italian, Western, Malaysian and Middle-Eastern fare, you must head towards the Fruit of Lebanon that is situated along the famous tourist belt. The most striking feature is that its cocktail does not contain any element of alcohol and is made with dainty concoction of strawberry, pineapple, orange and apple juices. You must try the unique and extra ordinary flavour of Turkish coffee and also the sheesha that is available in a variety of tasty flavours.

Always jam packed with the hoards of people Golden Thai Seafood Restaurant serves the most delicious and mouth watering food of the region. The sharp, pointed roofs reminiscent of traditional Malay houses and the reddish-brown wooden exterior is truly bewitching and appealing. Straight from the water tanks, the restaurant serves an amazing sea food variety ranging from crustaceans to fish. It has an extensive a la carte menu that has plenty of options- it would definitely become difficult for you to decide. Jewel of the North is an open-air establishment of the area that is deemed as one of the original Indian restaurants in Penang. You can afford to come here every night as the prices are as good as the taste.

Apart from the traditional Indian food, the place also features a delicious variety of Arabic, Malay, Western and Chinese dishes. Mario Ristorante is another well-known settlement of the town that is producing Italian food for more than 9 years. The specialty is the Clam Chowder Soup served in a homemade sour-dough bread bowl. Also don’t miss the chance to hit the amazing sites of Tarbush, the Electric and the Ship.

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