Wednesday, 3 August 2016

Hana Cafe @ Tanjung Bungah, Penang.

First intention of Hana Cafe for me is to try their Korean Bingsu. As for my hubby, he is more interested with the Korean Fried Chicken. So we have our purpose and bringing my mother in law and aunty. We visited this place at night. 
It was actually quite packed with patrons but managed to get a table for five.
At Hana Cafe, you need to fill in the ordered form and hand in to the counter and make your payment. Then sit down and wait for your food being served.
Then you will being served with the pail of hand glove for the chicken. 
Pail of glove
Ready for Korean Fried Chicken

Food that we try:

Korean Fried Chicken (mix) - half chicken RM28 (6 pieces)
Well, I preferred the original Korean fried chicken over the sweet and sour chicken. If you are garlic lover, you will definitely love the sweet and sour chicken. It has a strong aroma of garlic coated on it.
Korean Ramyun noodles Classic - RM12
I had this classic Korean Ramyun noodles. Love the soup base as compared to the Kim Chi Korean Ramyun Noodles. My guess find that both noodles are a bit spicy for their liking. But for me, I did not feel that it was spicy. The noodles are very springy and not too soft. Both Ramyun noodles came with egg, black sesame seed, Kim chi and seaweed.

Korean Ramyun Noodles Kim Chi - RM14

Dessert that we consume:

Korean Bingsu classic - RM12
Actually, we loved red beans very much. That's why we ordered the classic Korean Bingsu to try. Most voted this classic Korean Bingsu over the mango bingsu.

Korean Bingsu mango - RM15
The fresh mangoes are sweet and sour. Some are sweet and some are sour. It's rather appertising.


Hana blend tea (hot) - RM6

If you are interested to try out their food, you can visited them at
11 Jalan Tanjung Bungah, 11200 Penang. 
Business hour: 11am till 10:30pm (kitchen last call 9:30pm) 
(Closed on Tuesday) - updated 22.08.2016
Contact number: 016-8322044


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