Gary's birthday dinner@David Brown's, Penang Hill

Sunday, August 18, 2013

its gary's birthday again! lazy to count back how many birthday we've been celebrate together................ ♥ 
so HAPPY THIRTY TWO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  (thats young! the age of his beer belly is 45!)

we've made decision to bring him to somewhere he haven't been to, David Brown's was our final decision. so on the day we just blindfolded him and brought him there. as i see, he was quite surprise and happy *i donno real or not*

David Brown's at Strawberry Hill

sky terrance! looking forward to try their cakes someday!

with le boyfriend ♥

choo eng and alicia

presents!!!!!!!!!!! he thought we do not get him anything this year! poor little gary boy, 我们不忍心!

Cranberry juice

Fruit punch

my favourite Mojito

Cream of Mushroom
it was good, creamy and not too salty!

Chicken Tettrazini
Grilled chicken of top spaghetti with sauteed mushroom in a home-made creamy sauce 

Chicken A La King
Tender chicken breast pieces cooked in bechamel sauce and served with a choice of butter rice or plain rice

Mixed Grill
personally i think this is super worthy, RM60 for such big portion! paired with your choice of sauce—bombay, garlic, mushroom and pepper. we tried garlic and bombay, they're all good.

Braised Lamb Shank
Lamb shank braised in tomato base, rosemary and apple sauce, with vegetable and served with mashed potato

the sky turning darker while we're enjoying our food

the exciting part—his birthday cake!

ordered Bomb Alaska for him! it was our first time having this legendary flaming dessert, too sampat already
catch my instavideo here

gary: 'WOAHHHH!!! lai liao lai liao.......'

and walk around for pictures after meal!


David Brown's Cottage was a two-storey structure. It was destroyed during the Second World War. In its place stood a single-storey building that was known to most Penangites as the Tea Kiosk. Then in around 2005, Peter Lee, the owner of Ye Olde Smokehouse of Cameron Highlands won the opportunity to redevelop Strawberry Hill. Lee engaged conservation architect Laurence Loh, whose restoration work included Suffolk House, Lunas Smokehouse, among others, to work on bringing back the old glory of David Brown's Cottage. Ten months and three million ringgit later, a new two-storey structure reminiscent of David Brown's original cottage stands on Strawberry Hill. It houses an upmarket establishment called David Brown's Restaurant & Tea House. It's a place for English tea, scones, strawberry-and-cream, and where dressing up for dinner is de rigeuer. Its menu is steep with nostalgia for the colonial era.


beautiful night view of penang!

loving my simple maxi dress from bkk, mad cheap! ♥

last pic with gary's ending pose hahaha


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  1. i still havent been to david brown! the price not cheap too! probably have to wait for special occasion!! lol

    1. Yes it was rather pricey but the atmosphere was awesome, and romantic! good place for dating :P

  2. How does the Alaskan Bomb fair to you? I think Yeng Keng Hotel has it too, it's rather troublesome to travel up there to Penang hill, not to mention that the prices are expensive too :p

    1. The flaming part was awesome hahaha! but i dont really like the meringue it was too sweet. the filling was just icecream and fruits, what i like was the crumbs base, it has a little bitterness of the liquor. i never tried Yeng Keng’s, but this was x2 more expensive than Yeng Keng’s. just that the environment was great!


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