Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Penang Food Hunt #4 @ Vintage Bulgaria, Tanjung Bungah

After searching high and low for fine dining places to celebrate George's birthday, finally discovered Vintage Bulgaria which serves tasty and special Bulgarian food. There are lots of recommended places for Western cuisine in Penang, but majority are Italian food, meaning pastass and pizzass. As George is a "carnivore", I find that this place would be the best place to have his birthday celebrated and so, we drove all the way up to Tanjung Bungah. Before we head to the place, I had looked up for the menu and recommended dishes to have. For our starter, we had Orley Wraps.
Orley Wrap (RM18.00). Cheese wrapped in bacon, skewered and grilled. This was really special. The sticky cheese oozing out of the bacon with every bite. It's kinda salty, so it would be a bit too much to have this alone.
For our main course, I had chosen Bulgarian Sausage Platter and Crown Roast Pork.
Bulgarian Sausage Platter (RM28.00). Weighing 600g of homemade grilled spice minced pork, meatball , pork and beef spiced sausage and pork fillet, this plate was definitely worth the value. Those who like sausages would like it. I love the served-along mashed potatoes. Creamy and smooth!
Crown Roast Pork (RM70.00). These pork ribs weighed 1.2kg. Very differently served. The way it was being displayed and also the flavor. Look like a hand from far, ain't it? LOL! It's meant to be so as it's being called "Crown" Roast Pork. It's deliciously marinated with their homemade BBQ sauce with lots of vegetables like carrots, potatoes etc. A mix of salty, sour and sweet taste. 
Finally, for our dessert, we had chocolate-flavored creme brule.
Creme Brule (RM10.00). 
Satisfying dinner! At least the birthday boy enjoyed his dinner! :)

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