Strategically located near the Penang Ferry Terminal and other business & industrial areas lies St. Giles Hotel Penang. The hotel has 415 batik themed suites, a gym, a salt water infinity pool, a number of lounges and meeting rooms, a ballroom, and a shopping arcade. On top of that, the hotel also has 4 restaurants for visitors and patrons to enjoy some great food, namely Enoshima Japanese Restaurant, the DSRT Sky Room, the Lobby Lounge, and Wembley Cafe, with each restaurant catered for a different occasion.
When it comes to the Wembley Cafe, which is located on the second floor of the hotel, the restaurant offers a wide selection of mouth-watering food featuring local favourites, Asian and Western cuisine, buffet breakfast and rotational theme buffet dinners in a relaxing, contemporary ambience. The buffet breakfast comes with items that most of us would expect, be it bread, eggs, nasi lemak, fried noodles, cereal, etc. However, the highlight of this restaurant is most certainly the rotational theme buffet, which goes through this rotation on a daily basis. The rotation causes a noticeable change in the standard menu, where the theme selected will spawn fresh new entries into the fold. For example, Japanese theme brought about jelly fish salads, as well as sushi and sashimi platters. A great thing to note is that Wembley Cafe is open to private dining bookings for 24 hours.
So if you’re visiting Penang and are looking for a great place to stay with great food, try the Wembley Cafe at St. Giles Hotel.
183, Jalan Magazine, 10300, Georgetown, Penang