Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Cina Muslim Restoran-D'Piazza

Cousin sister purposely picked this place to have dinner after hearing some good comments about this restaurant. Here's an introduction about the restaurant that I copy from the menu:
Malaysia is a multi-racial country, with the uniqueness requirement in foods and drinks; CMR has started the first China Muslim restaurant in Penang to enable all classes and races of people to enjoy their dinner together. The restaurant cuisine is “Qing Zhen” (Halal) using all Hala materials and cook by Muslim Chefs from The Ningxia Muslim Autonomous Region of China. NingXia is the most dense populated Muslim area. CMR Restaurant provides all types of banquet dinner for all types of banquet dinner for all occations such as wedding, birthday, company functions and etc. CMR also emphasizes in food quality, specialty and provides excellent services to all customers.


Here's the menu

I found something special inside the menu was some dishes could be cook into three different type of meat with the same style. For example, fried tofu with meat- you could choose either to have chicken meat, beef or mutton for the dish.

Here's a lemon with some indian spicy where the waiter gave us to avoid the flies but I don't seem like there is any effect. I still see some flies flying around our food due to it is open air environment. 

Here are the dishes we ordered and recommend by the waitress:
Deep-Fried Crispy Calamari-RM8.00
The fried calamari was not has crispy as in Dhoby Ghaut Cafe but the thai sauce was great.


  Stir-fried lala with sambal belacan-RM10 (small)
The combination lala with the sauce was indeed good, the sauce smell very nice with belacan but most of the lala served were only shell without the meat inside. I can said the whole plate half of it are shells where you can spot from the photo too.

 Fried string bean-price (don't remember)
A bit oily for fried string bean because when I eat it even a small potion, I can feel that my whole lip was full of oil. I don't feel any taste of it except oil. Not really nice. 

 Quick boil fish with special sauce-RM30
This is the first time I see fish dishes are quoted with a fixed price where normally most restaurant will wrote "according to kg/season price". This fish was really special because all the meat have been separate in pieces from the bone to boil then it arrange into the shape of a fish. The sauce was special where I currently have not taste it anywhere else yet and hard to describe (i think you have to try it yourself).

 Delicious Jumbo Eggplant-RM 18(small)
Another special dish that recommend by the waitress. The eggplant was cut into slices that still attached together and then deep fried it.It is then served with some chicken slices and tomyam sauce. Quite interesting dish. The tom yam sauce was not spicy at all nor sour too. All the taste for all dishes was not very strong but mild, just right for those who don't consume high salt and sugar.

Stir-Fried Kai Lan with oyster sauce-RM12.00 (big)
Stir fried Kai Lan was a very common dish in Chinese meal but then I really cant help to say that it seem like all the vegetables served in the restaurant are very oily. Is our Malaysia's oil too cheap?

Cina Muslim Restaurant
70-01-12A & 14, D'Piazza Mall,
Jalan Mahsuri, Bayan Baru,
11900 Penang, Malaysia.
 Closed on Monday (2nd and 4th week)*
Tel: +604-6443718
*if not mistaken

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