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Sunshine Restaurant At Tanjung Bungah, Penang

FOR DINNER, WE WENT TO SUNSHINE RESTAURANT ALONG TANJUNG BUNGAH.... It has been a couple of years since I was there.  In fact the restaurant has shifted from the left to the right side of the road if one is coming from town.  Now it is bigger and more ample parking compared to last time...

For starter, I ordered a fragrant fresh coconut to quench my thirst, it was really a hot day in Penang...
Juicy and Cooling...
More spacious and bright compared to the old place under the shed... 
Ordered their signature noodles..
Meesua with clams... 
I could taste more ingredients than the noodles...
Claypot chunks of fish with yam... 
I have eaten it long ago and almost forgotten how it tasted like until yesterday.... 
Some greens to go with the meal....
And a small portion of Guinness Stout Chicken...
Very nice and sweet... 
Marinate the pieces with the stout overnight... 
Well, that was what I heard.... 
I think I wanna try cooking that at home ... 
One day... One Fine Day..... 


Comments

  1. There's Guiness stout pork at one place here - the one we all went to for dinner. Nice, something different for a change sometimes. The chicken you had looks very good too.

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    1. Next time I will buy a bottle of beer.. I dont like beer but I dont mind it marinating the meat.. hahahaa..

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  2. Wow! I want to try that mee sua clam. Such big clams. I love to eat that vegetables. I think it is called sawi susu.

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  3. the meesua with clams looks good, at first I thot it's some "heong dai mai", haha.. and oh, look at the Guinness Stout chicken, must be very appetizing.. yum yum!!!

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  4. Guiness Stout chicken sound interesting & looks good. Oh yes, I want that refreshing coconut drink to quench my thirst during this hazy weather.

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  5. Every dish is new to me except the veggie dish, but they do look very tasty. The coconut drink will be so good for these hazy days!.

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  6. I am very intrigued by the Guinness Stout Chicken!

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