Health Freak Mommy: Restoran Bali Hai @ Gurney Drive Penang

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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Restoran Bali Hai @ Gurney Drive Penang

When we were in Penang recently for Baby's bi-annually ultrasound scan, we indulged in a very sumptuous seafood lunch before we headed back to Ipoh. This restaurant is located along Gurney Drive, facing the sea and is a popular place for tourists to tuck into some very fresh and tasty seafood. We loved every dish that we ordered and we will definitely come back again. The only thing that I didn't like was that it was freaking hot at the restaurant. We went there on a sizzling afternoon and this restaurant is not air-conditioned. I was so hot that I went up to the big misty fan and stood right in front of it to cool my sweaty body down haha!

Go and drool over the pix now .....

Mantis prawn - deep fried with sauce



Salt-baked crabs...




Sherilyn dozed off while wiating for the food to come...




Colorful plastic balls were hung on the ceiling, to create a World Cup atmosphere...
You will find just about any type of live edible sea creatures in the long display of water tanks. I so wanted to try the Geoduck. I think it will probably cost all that I earn from my online shop if we were to choose just one Geoduck!


The restaurant is located along the famed Gurney Drive... it's partially open-air, so if you go there on a sweltering afternoon, be prepared to don on your skimpiest outfit.




Crabe meat shark's fins soup...




Stir-fried fresh scallops with fresh lily bulbs, brocolli, carrots, baby sweet corns and button mushrooms. The fresh scallops were indeed fresh and springy.




Braised yee mein with lobsters...


We had a finger-lickin, lip-smacking good seafood meal and we will definitely go there again, this time for dinner when it's cooler at night.
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