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Penang Malaysian Restaurant

The Penang Malaysian Restaurant offers Malaysian and Thai cuisine at 4933 Bethesda Ave, Bethesda MD 20814. The restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner. The name of the restaurant is derived from one of the 13 states of Malaysia.

Penang restaurant exterior

The traditional culinary style of the region is influenced by three major Asian groups – Malay, Chinese and Indian. The restaurant takes pride that every dish is prepared by native chefs. The extensive menu features more than 100 authentic Malaysian, Thai, Indian, and Chinese dishes.

Pendang restaurant interior
Interior of the Penang Restaurant

The interior of the Penang restaurant is spacious. The tables and chairs are made of solid hardwood and the floor is paved with ceramic tiles. The bar is decorated with lamps hanging from an unfinished ceiling.

Pendang restaurant bar
The bar at the Penang Restaurant

Soup
Lemon-grass (Tom Yum) Spicy Soup

I visited the Penang for the lunch special. It includes a bowl of the soup of the day, an appetizer and a soft drink. The Tom Yum lemon-grass soup provided a spicy start to the meal. The following pictures illustrate the main courses.

Pendang chicken with broccoli
Chicken with broccoli in Brown Garlic Sauce and Chicken Satey appetizer

The Broccoli Brown Garlic Sauce is served with chicken, beef or shrimp.

Pendang Curry Rendang
Curry Rendang with Spring Roll appetizer

The Curry Rendang is a traditional Malaysian dish cooked at low heat with lemon-grass and spices such as cloves and cinnamon. The meat is then simmered in a rich coconut milk.

Pendang beef with black bean sauce
Beef with Black Bean Sauce and Chicken Satey appetizer

The Black Bean Sauce is used to garnish chicken, beef or seafood. This is a Chinese-style dish with green and red peppers, onions and scallions.

Pendang sticky rice
Pulut Hitam sticky rice

The Pulut Hitam dessert is a black sticky rice with a creamy sugar and coconut milk sauce.

Call the Penang Malaysian restaurant at 301-657-2878. Find more information about the restaurant at its web site: www.penangmaryland.com/

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