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Western Spices at Green Hall Penang, Malaysia

The city of Penang is home to a lot of fancy shopping malls and people mostly visit the city due to its reinvigorating atmosphere, but the city is known for a lot more. Penang is no less than a food paradise of Malaysia, and when it is called a food heaven, then shouldn’t be surprised with the fact that you can find almost any type of cuisine here. Anyone who is visiting the city must definitely not miss out the Western Food in Penang, as you will undoubtedly come across some of the best western restaurants in Malaysia.

Western Spices @ Green Hall

Located at a small distance from the historic Fort Cornwallis, this particular restaurant is laid on the concept of authentic western services and hospitality. The food at Western Spices is served in the flashiest and most distinctive style. Its menu is comprised of a remarkable range of western cuisine, all of which are demonstrating the most superb delicacies. The restaurant is run by Ally and Nick, a wife and husband who were inspired to do so because of their knowledge in cuisines all around the world.

Specialty dishes and Live Concerts

There comes a month, which they solely dedicate to French dishes, and the next they might dedicate to producing yummy Caribbean assortments. Both Nick and his wife work together in the chicken, and while he wraps up a delicious Caribbean style chicken with beans, rice and a spicy sauce, his wife keep up with the kitchen. Lau utilizes his international experience in producing specialty dishes like vegetarian marinara spaghetti and stuffed duck.
The scrumptious food is accompanied by live jazz music concerts every Wednesday. These things make Western Spices an amazing place to spend the day. If you are in search of quality western food, don’t forget to pay a visit here.

Location and Contact Information

The address of Western Spices is as follows: 1, Green Hall, 10200 in Penang, Malaysia. For bookings and further details you can call at +60 4-261 1553.

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World’s Best Movies

October 6, 2011 at 2:00 pm

It is time again for movie fans to make a date with klpac at Sentul West for another round of some of the best movies ever produced until now. This time around, klpac will be showing three movies. Below are the names and schedules of the movies that are being shown:-

Opening Night (1978) (Showing on Saturday, 1st October 2011 at 8.00 pm)
Director : John Cassavetes
In the film, Broadway actress Myrtle Gordon rehearses for her latest play, about a woman who is unable to admit that she is growing old. When she witnesses the death of an adoring young fan, she begins to confront the personal and professional turmoil that she is facing in her own life.

World's Best Movies

World’s Best Movies

Germany Year Zero (1949) (Showing on Monday, 10th October 2011 at 8.00 pm)
Director: Roberto Rossellini
Germany Year Zero is a movie directed by Roberto Rossellini and takes place in post-war Germany. It is about a thirteen-year-old boy named Edmund Kohler, who lives with his sick father and his siblings in a bombed apartment building. He is often left to his own devices as his family members have their own problems to attend to. He finds himself cheated by an adult as well as a group of older children who are more savvy about street life. When Edmund meets his former teacher Herr Enning, who is also a paedophile, he misunderstands his Nazi speech about the survival of the strongest and poisons his ailing father, leading the boy to a desperate final solution.

A Woman Under the Influence (1974) (Showing on Monday, 17th October 2011 at 8.00 pm)
Director Writer: John Cassavetes
Starring the late Peter Falk and Gena Rowlands as a husband and wife, the story is about housewife and mother Mabel Longhetti who loves her husband Nick very much. All she wants to do is to please him, but she is unable to communicate her wishes in a way that can be understood by Nick, her husband. Her strange mannerisms and increasingly odd behaviour becomes a concern to Nick, and soon he has her admitted to an institution as he believes that she poses a danger to herself. With Mabel committed and undergoing treatment for six months, Nick finds himself with the couple’s three children. He soon finds that he is no better or wiser than his wife in the way he relates to and interacts with them nor does he accepts the role society expects him to take on.

Movies are being screened at Indicine at Level 2, klpac. Entrance is by donations and seats are limited. Tickets are sold on a first come first served basis. Do not worry if you have missed the first show that ran on 1st October as there are two more shows coming your way soon. For more information, please log on to The Actors Studio website.

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