...perceives with its mind, not with its eyes.
Not too long ago, at the beginning of the 'noughties' decade (November 2000), an enchanting little restaurant was born in a pristine little tropical island called Penang. It was named No Eyed Deer. Its birth attracted quite a bit of attention among the Islanders of Penang. It began its early life as a small and modest little restaurant serving mainly sausages and pasta but has since expanded its menu with a great variety of delicious and unique food.
The island of Penang, commonly referred to as 'The Pearl of the Orient' by explorers who happen to stumble upon this corner of 'Truly Asia', is reknown for its fascinating heritage, lovely beaches and is also famous for serving some of the best Malaysian dishes. The extent of Penang's reputation in delicious food is legendary and is often reflected in the use of 'Penang' in the names of restaurants and in the menu of Asian eateries throughout the world. One would often find Penang Laksa, Penang Prawn Mee, Penang Nasi Kandar, ...Char Kuey Teow, Lor Bak, Curry Mee, Hokkien Mee, Rojak, Pasembur, Mee Goreng, etc. in the menus of various eateries in every continent.
Having its origin from this Island, highly respected for its myriad of delicious food, has provided a solid foundation for No Eyed Deer to develop an indepth understanding on taste preferences of various cultures. This understanding is reflected in the diversity of cuisine in its menu. Its menu now offers an extensive variety of delicious food ranging from western cuisine to asian cuisine.
No Eyed Deer is famous for its signature Laotian Laksa, Chicken Parmigiana and its tender juicy steaks. It is also reputed for serving great fish & chips and delicious weekly specials. Its signature triple-deck sandwich, King Kong Toast, is extremely popular on the weekends. Its Coffee Jelly dessert was voted 'Best Jelly in Malaysia' by readers of 'The Star' Newspaper on 23rd March, 2008 and its Vietnamese Pho was voted 'Best Beef Noodle in Malaysia' by the same national newspaper on 22nd June, 2008. Other popular dishes among its regular patrons include its Beef Rendang Bryani, Grilled Lamb Chops, Chicken Kapitan Bryani, Spaghetti Marinara and Sea Bass with White Sauce.
Contrary to perceived optical shortfalls, No Eyed Deer is far from sightless. It is blessed with the ability to perceive with its mind. The team at No Eyed Deer continuously strive to come up with wonderful creations that captivate the tastes and senses of patrons. Team members are always friendly and work tiredlessly to ensure customers have a great and wonderful time. As a result, its regular patrons have increased steadily over the years.
The mere sight of this lovely deer had always generated a great amount of interest and curiosity among travellers who happened to stumble upon it. It is a charming little place that offers casual dining in semi-alfresco ambience. It serves great food with friendly service and is the perfect place to gather with family and friends. So, if you are feeling hungry or maybe just a little peckish, then make your way to No Eyed Deer. You will have a great time and enjoy yourself, for sure!