Relax and have some great pizzas by the beach


The delicious thin-crust pizzas at Sigi’s like The Godfather (front) and Salmone Affumicato (back left) are made with fresh ingredients and premium toppings.

THE allure of sun, sand and sea draw many to Sigi’s Bar and Grill in Penang but its pizzas are what make the experience memorable.

Stacked with juicy toppings and baked to perfect crispness in a brick oven, they have long been a signature of the beachside eatery at Golden Sands Resort.

Assistant food and beverage director Ahmad Rafiq Mohamed Ismail said the use of premium ingredients allows their pies to stand out from others on the market.

“Everybody loves them.

“They are delicious yet easy to eat, perfect for when you’re relaxing by the pool or spending a day at the beach, ” he added.

Outlet sous chef K.S. Tang points to The Godfather as the bestseller among the current selection, thanks to a fabulous quartet of meaty toppings.

Its beef pepperoni, chicken sausage, grilled chicken strips and ground beef promise to satiate, while slithers of sweet onion and olives add a flavour punch.

Popular among locals is the Hawaiian with chicken and pineapple chunks alongside tomatoes.

For something more traditionally Italian, Tang recommends the Salmone Affumicato.

“This has smoked salmon with ricotta cheese, artichokes and lettuce, ” said the chef, who offered the beefy Al Pepperoni with bell peppers and chillies as an alternative.

There are also Lady Valtellina with bresaola, arugula and truffle oil as well as the vegetarian Margherita Baby.

All pizzas are generously topped with quality mozzarella, ensuring stringy goodness with every bite.

Besides these, Sigi’s current ala carte menu also has good selections of antipasti, salads, soups, grilled seafood and meats, pastas, desserts and beverages.

Ongoing promotions include The Great Sigi’s Friday Nights priced at RM88 for adults and RM44 for children.

Enjoy unlimited helpings from Penang’s longest antipasti selection, have one main course cooked to order and finish with desserts.

Or try the Sunset Grill by the Beach every Sunday evening at RM108 adults and RM54 kids. Both promos are served from 6.30pm to 10.30pm.

Meanwhile, daily happy hours from 4.30pm to 7pm offer good deals on drinks.

A special Oktoberfest Buffet Dinner is served on Oct 23 from 6pm onwards, featuring all-time favourites such as Brathendl, Obatzda and Kaiserschmarrn. Bavarian live-band Franken Rauber will enliven celebrations.

This is priced at RM99 for adults and RM50 for children. For inquiries or reservations, call Sigi’s at 04-8861852.

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