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Seafood Dinner By The Sea At Hollywood Restaurant, Penang

WEDDING DINNER AT HOLLYWOOD RESTAURANT.... PENANG....

A high-end dinner at G Hotel the night before and the next evening, we were invited to seafood dinner at Hollywood Restaurant.  It was a small quiet affair, just two tables for close friends and relatives to introduce the "bride" to us.  They were already married a few months ago overseas and now they just held a simple down-to-earth dinner at an open-aired restaurant just next to the beach.

As usual, we were there quite early, even before the main host and hostess arrived.  LOL.... And as usual, I wandered around to get some shots.  I have been to this Hollywood Penang for a number of times, I hope the next round, it would be the real Hollywood in Hollywood... LOL..

It was dusk when we arrived... 

Fishing boats were at bay... 
For a change, it might be wonderful to eat by the beach here itself... 
But for this time, our dinner was inside the restaurant... 
Something simple... something sweet... 
Part of the dishes served for the evening.... 
By the way, the restaurant owner is a Hainanese... 
And some of the dishes are cooked that way... 
A Big Thank You to the host who invited us to join in their family dinner!

Comments

  1. Very nice dinner, I am eyeing the oysters! I prefer a small intimate dinner like this with immediate family and close friends rather than a grand wedding. But of course, that's not happening in my lifetime LOL!

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  2. This place is very lovely! So fun that you can eat outside by the beach, but with a roof. But the star of this post is your wonderful fishing boats under a cloudy sky...beautiful!! They are timeless shots.

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  3. Wahhhhh!!! Dinner looks expensive, impressive! No, I would not want to dine outside, rain or shine, not in our country, so hot...unless it's up in the Cameron.

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  4. oh, this is for another couple!? the seafood dishes look delicious!

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  5. Seafood dinner! Just look at that fish propped up like that!

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  6. This place is a signature restaurant for all Penang folks for serving the best Hainan food esp the Inchi Kabin chicken! I ate there since I was a toddler. I must visit again and thanks for reminding me.

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  7. From outside, it looked like normal restaurant. But quite nice inside. And the food sure nothing simple. Sumptious.

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