Lone Pine Hotel Penang, a sumptuous feast was in place for the 3 hungry souls after our soak in their Infinity Salt Water Pool.
I love Wagyu, but sadly, the Australian ones are a far cry from the Japanese Wagyu. Though tender, it didn’t have the melt-in-your-mouth effect & the sauce was just too sweet. Then again, RM110 is a bargain for the plate of Wagyu.
As though the above elaborated menu wasn’t enough, the generous Matsu rolled out some of their newly created dishes (prices not available at the time of tasting), & my family were the first to try! How cool is that?
Adding to the contemporary charm, Matsu offers an innovating & inspired Japanese menu with a firm hold on fresh & contemporary flavours. Their traditional cuisines with a modern fusion taste are echoed by their carefully selected dishes, & are matched by their meticulous hospitality. Rating: ★★★★☆
Total Bill: RM500+ excl the 3 newly rolled-out dishes, drinks & taxes. Matsu offers an extremely affordable menu with quality ingredients. If this is in Singapore, we probably have to empty our wallets just to savour the above. If you still find the Ala Carte prices hurt your pocket, you may wanna try their Bento & Set Dinner Promo instead:
- Shokado Bento : RM 63.00++
- Matsu Bento : RM 73.00++
- Sushi & noodle set : RM 88.00++ **
- Salmon sashimi & tempura set : RM 88.00++ **
Thank you Matsu, for hosting us! With special thanks to Beth for the special arrangement!
Lone Pine Hotel.
Be sure to check out our last day dining at Buffet Breakfast At The Bungalow, Lone Pine Hotel!
1st Floor, above Batubar
Tel: +604 886 8555
Opening Hours (Daily): 5 - 11pm
* This is a scheduled post as I’m off blogging for the entire month of April. I’ll be posting my reviews for your reading pleasure during my absence. I thank you again for coming by, & especially taking your time to let me know your thoughts in the comment box below. Surprises galore at Luxury Haven........... I’ll continue my blog-hopping in May. See you soon & don’t miss me too much :)