I must be [tag]Penang[/tag]‘s slowest food blogger to blog about [tag]Food Loft[/tag] in [tag]Gurney Plaza[/tag]. It has been around for more than 1 year already and even Kenny Sia blogged about it all the way from Kuching lol. Honestly I didn’t know about Food Loft until my colleague told me about it. Anyway, better late than never. I won’t post the photos of the restaurant because they are vastly available in other blogs. So lets get to the main point: food.
The food choices here are aplenty, ranging from Western, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and local. Mongolian Chicken Rice was my pick that day. It sure looked delicious! The gravy on the boneless chicken thigh was a mix of oyster and black pepper sauce. And it also came with white rice, a few slices of siew bak choy and watermelon. So you kinda get a complete meal.
Bad photography lol.
Siang Leng opted for Western dish, I think it was called something like Salmon and Snow Fish? I had a bite and it was quite good, big proportions too.
And lastly a cup of hot cappuccino to finish the meal. In my opinion, the nicest thing about Food Loft is not the wide selection or quality of the food but the restaurant’s ambience. Because it is so nicely situated, guests get a view of Gurney Drive, Tanjung Tokong and even BUtterworth from the side tables. The setting of the restaurant is also quite classy and utilizes a modern method for ordering food. The attitude and effectiveness of the staff could use some improvements though..