Our friend told us to go to Gurney Plaza on the 5th day morning for breakfast or lunch which is also our last day in Penang. our flight was in the afternoon.
So we woke up in the morning, packed our stuffs and cleaned up the house. How can you not clean up when you are staying at people’s place for free and use their car for so many days right? After that, we still have time to rest for a while before heading out because there wont’ be many places opened the shopping malls in Penang before 11am.
Off we went to Gurney Plaza and looked for brunch. We came across Red Box and said why not we go to Red Box and sing until the time to go to airport *LOL* However we couldn’t because our friends were supposed to meet us there at around 1pm and bring us to buy some Penang’s specialties.
We walked around and ended up at Seoul Garden. It was a mutual agreement, we were attracted by the all you can eat buffet! Hehehe…
Here, we had our brunch. We asked for Kimchi soup but to our dissapointment, it’s sweet, not spicy at all.
However, they got lots of choices for you. We were so happy with it! The things they offered were of quite good quality. Even the free flow drink that cost us RM3.99 wasn’t diluted like what you got in Kuching where they add lots of ice. Here, they don’t do that, the drink is really original exactly like how you got from the tin with no ice.
The meat was well marinated, even the vegetables section offer things like green pepper too. LOVE IT!
The ready cooked food were also good and didn’t look “cheap”, the potato salad was tasty, the kimchi was sweet(dissapointed), the coleslow fresh, and the seafood were nicely marinated too.
So many choice and they were fresh, maybe because we were there in the morning ;p The dessert section was so colourful! There were so many ingredients there, cendol, jellies of different colours, gula Melaka, milk, lime, crushed peanuts, red beans, fruits, syrup etc.
I wonder why is the banana placed there along with the eggs and various type of dried ingredients?
They also got fries and how can you don’t have various type of “balls” for steamboat right? No food wasted is allowed of course.
YUMMY… YUMMY… YUM! Was fully stuffed! Stuffed to the max that it lasted me till dinner time.
We are going to almost the end of my Penang post. Finally… One last post tomorrow.
Comments on “Penang Day 5 – Part 1: Seoul Garden @ Gurney Plaza”
Wahh.. Starving ahh after looking at the pics !!
JF sure will jump with joy, he can eat so much ;p
Did you try the Cha Siew Meat and the Coffee marinated meat?
Both of them are my favorites at Seoul Garden
Eh… got ar? I don’t know because I just ate and didn’t even bother which is what. Interesting, coffee marinated meat.