Recently, they open a branch in Queensbay Mall, Penang ( Queensbay third floor) and I decide to give them a second chance. Surprisingly, the wait staffs here in Penang are extremely attentive, fast and accomodating. They receive a thumb up. The place is crowded but the service was fast. I was there early so I did not have to wait.
I love the cosy corner with these low sofas and lots of cushions. Since it is very new, the cushions are all cushy and great for hugging. But I wonder what condition they will be like in a few month? Hmmm..so, go to Dragon-i faster and enjoy it now. A trip to Dragon-i is incomplete without a bowl of la mein or hand pulled noodles. I like it plain. A bowl costs RM8 and I can taste the flavours of Chinese ham in it. In case you have not seen a Chinese ham, it is this huge, dried and preserved whole pork’s leg. The pork leg is VERY HUGE and sold for several hundreds RM. A little bit like prosciutto. It is very nice when make into stock but unfortunately, they don’t sell the Chinese ham in small portions. The only choice I get is the canned ones which go for about RM20+ from specialised shops. The size of the tin is like the luncheon meat. Very expensive but it is worth it if you know how to make delicious stock.