“We sat down and looked at the menu. It was short, but laid emphasis on natural, freshly-prepared ingredients and hand-made pasta and pizza dough. This sounded encouraging.” Kay and Dave stumble across a little Italian gem in Penang.
“As you’d expect, the Bayview has a number of eating and drinking establishments, ranging from a nightclub in the cellar to a revolving restaurant on the top floor! We checked most of them out during our stay…” Kay and Dave review the food and bev outlets at the Bayview Hotel.
“We often go for a hotel buffet if we’re hungry and can’t decide what we fancy to eat; at least that way we stand a fair chance of getting something we like, and neither of us is constrained by the other’s preferences.” Kay and Dave go for the easy option in the Planter’s Inn at Kuala Lumpur’s Hotel Crowne Plaza Mutiara.
“Actually, we hadn’t set out intending to go to the Ship at all. But as we were passing, a waitress invited us to look at the menu – and we were happy enough to do that, since she didn’t then harass us.” Kay and Dave sample the fare – and get to grips with a funky new service call system – at Kuala Lumpur’s Ship Restaurant in Bukit Bintang.
“We’d had lots of good meals in Siem Reap and expected Phnom Penh to be much the same. Well, not having Angkor Wat just down the road meant comparatively fewer tourist destinations. Still, we found plenty of good things to eat and only a couple of disappointments.” Kay and Dave review some of Phnom Penh’s places to eat.
If you’re after somewhere cheap, clean and comfortable to eat, drink or even stay in Bangkok, then Domino is the place for you.