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Haven Delights (Part I) | Invited Review


More and more restaurants are blooming in Penang island. Apart from the new Smoky Jack Restaurant, I’ve noticed there’s another new restaurant; Haven Delights opened in Times Square few months ago. I got attracted by the buffet dinner they offered but I’ve yet to have chance to try it out. 

Anyway, I’m lucky as I got the opportunity to try out some dishes from this restaurant thanks to Criz who invited me to this session. Of course, I would like to extend my gratitude to Mr. Ng Boon Tong the chairman and MD of the restaurant for organising this food session for us. 

For this post, I would like to talk about the restaurant and the desserts. As for the main dishes, I’ll write it in a part II post to avoid slow loading of the post.

The interior of the restaurant. 

Another angle of the interior of the restaurant. 

This is a surprise dish by the executive chef  - Tempura Cheese Maki. This dish is not available in the menu, guess it can be ordered upon special request. 

It’s a fried maki topped with Mozarella Cheese. The topping tasted creamy and fragrant. It’s an unagi roll with added crabstick. This dish is my favourite of the night. Can I have one more piece? :p

Kuru Goma Ice Cream (RM8) is black sesame seed ice cream with crushed peanuts. The ice cream tasted very fragrant thanks to the crushed peanuts. 

The fragrant of the peanuts seem like overpowered the black sesame flavour. But I still find this ice cream taste good. 

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17 Comments

  1. PenangTuaPui says:

    nice photo hooting…. love it…….

    ya.. this is a place where i may need to explore more to get more dishes into my stomach………..

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  2. Finally yours is out. I guess the next one would be from CK.

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  3. SimpleGirl says:

    kerabu looks lovely….and i am drooling after seeing the desserts….

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  4. wow! it was honoured to have dine with you that night! you are a gorgeous babe who loves chocolate! :)

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  5. Photos are nice, we haven’t explore Time Square yet. Interesting :)

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  6. allie says:

    Simple Girl,
    I luv the desserts especially the black sesame ice cream :)

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  7. allie says:

    BBO,
    It’s my honoured too. Got to learn a lot by talking to you :)
    Your chocolate cakes make me drool all the time… :)

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  8. your photographing skills improve a lot… good shots

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  9. ck lam says:

    Although the green tea ice cream was a bit bitter but it turn out to be a favorite item for both of us… we had most of it that night :)

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  10. finally, your’s up. I prefer Kuru Goma Ice Cream than the Mocha Ice Cream. May be I am more sweet tooth.

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  11. allie says:

    CK,
    Yeah! Can’t stop from scooping my spoon into it :P

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  12. allie says:

    Steven,
    My pick would be the Kuru Goma too, but the green tea one taste good too. Anyway, I”m a ice cream freak. hehe.. :P

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  13. [...] located at Times Square which served Japanese, Korean, Hong Kong and Shanghai cuisines.  In Part I, some review on the restaurant interior and desserts had been posted. I truly enjoyed the ice [...]

  14. Camus Moi says:

    Wao…. i never know there is such a good restaurant in times square..
    what camera u r using to take those food picture….? very nice photo…

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  15. allie says:

    Camos Moi,
    I’m using a Nikon D60 for my photography :)

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  16. buzzingbee says:

    interesting shots… :)

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