Recently, I just found out that Raja Uda of Butterworth has many hidden gems. There’s lots of nice cafe, and food lying around Raja Uda, Butterworth area. Luckily, Penang island and butterworth is only just a little sea across or to be specific, half an hour away. I should go there hunt for food more. =)
So one fine tuesday, I went over to Raja Uda for dinner. At first, I wanted to go for the famous tomyam noodle but then it didn’t open that day. Weird. Then I just went around Raja Uda area to look for restaurant randomly and I found this nice looking restaurant + cafe, Who’s Bryan, located on Jalan Ong Yi How, somewhere near Jalan Raja Uda.
It was kinda late already and feeling hungry, so I didn’t care about looking for other already, so dearest and I just went in and sit down.
It’s a nice looking restaurant. The interior is quite nice, with live band playing nice Chinese music at there, the atmosphere seems good for youngster to hangout and chit chat.
Well, looking at the menu, they serve mainly western food with some local dishes like fried rice.
There’s also combo or also known as set meal for some where you top up some money and get extras like soup, salad and beverage.
Let’s go into the food. I ordered my main course with the combo D, so it comes with a mushroom soup, with a little garlic bread cube in it. Tasted a little bit salty but kinda nice. I like this.
Then the next thing that come with the combo is the salad. It’s just vegetable, plain salad with very little sauce and it’s not so nice because of that little sauce.
Here comes the main course. It’s the spaghetti bolognese, chicken. To be honest, it’s so-so only. It seems like asian style to me instead of western-ish feel with creamy bolognese sauce. I should try other food next time.
So, the food is so-so only but this is a nice place to hang out and chit chat with friends at night because of the atmosphere, live band and some snacks to order, there’s beer too! If got chance will go back and try other food. =)