Thursday, August 6, 2009

Harvest In Cafe @ Irrawady Road



It's been a very long time since our last trip to town. One evening, I decided to pamper myself to eat out rather than cooking at home. I need a break too occasionally. So, we stepped into the Harvest In Cafe located at Irrawaddy Road. This cafe has been highly recommended by Mr Auditor. He said the Western food there is cheap and delicious. It is situated at the corner lot, the junction between Irrawaddy Road and Chow Thye Road.


For the dinner, you'll just have to add RM4.90 to get a set meal with drinks, soup of the day and dessert. Of course we opted for it! He had a cup of peach tea, and I chose ice lemon tea.


Soup of the day that served with bun and butter. It's some sort like onion soup with lots of vegetable cubes.


My main course, the Bombay Chicken. The grilled boneless chicken thigh in Bambay sauce, a kind of fragrant spicy sauce. It was served on the bed of potato wedges, and some boiled veggies. I quite like the dish.


Despite a variety of fish, beef, lamb and pasta, hubby opted for chicken. His choice - Honey Mustard Chicken that served with mixed veggies and butter rice. It's best served with the mustard sauce, a very flavorful grilled chicken set.


Last but not least we had a small piece of cheese cake and a scoop of Vanilla ice-cream to end the scrumptious dinner.

Overall, the dining environment is cozy. It has a simple interior design with black, white and grey color tone. The food is flavorful with reasonable price. We just spend RM37.60 for the dinner. No service charge and government tax! If you are small eater like me, the set meal is quite fulfilling, otherwise you'll find the serving portion is rather small. That's what hubby mumbled to me. Haiz........

Address: 10, Irrawaddy Road, 10050, Penang.

Tel: 04-2261718

Operating hours: 11am to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm (closed on Sundays and dinner on Tuesday)

16 comments:

Big Boys Oven said...

This place looks cool! I like the concept!

Selba said...

Nice.... and I love the part of no service charge and government tax, hehehe....

New Kid on the Blog said...

haven't have a chance to visit... but i know this is already in my makan list already.

SimpleGirl said...

yes, really cheap for the type of food and ambiance you are paying for! thanks to mr. Auditor's recommendation!!!

daphne said...

Not bad! First up, I already like the name..and the tea looks good too.

Duckie said...

i like this place!!!

Lingzie said...

i luuuurve the honey mustard chicken here! yummy and affordable too! :)

Dora said...

I like what u have selected. Nice choice!

cariso said...

I like its concept and always the value-for-money quality.

550ml jar of faith said...

What great prices! I am racking my brains to think where I can get similar sets in such an environment here in KL, and naturally, I can't think of any!!

My Taste Heaven said...

Thanks for introducing this place to me. I would like to visit it soon!

~Christine~Leng said...

wow... food looks really good. I've never tried any food in the cafe everytime I visit Penang ;P Always tend to visit hawker stalls around.. haha

Food For Tots said...

I am also a small eater. I dun mind the small portion as long as it tastes good. Will definitely give it a try if I am around next time.

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

Many people blog about this and seems like all good review. I should drop by there one day. ^-^

allie said...

Yet to drop by this place despite many review posted :P
Will try it out someday!

buzzingbee said...

I like the tempura fish there. I have yet to blog about this place although it has been months since my last visit!!

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