Beatles-inspired outlet beckons with its new menu of myriad tasty dishes


Culinary artistry: (Above) Dorper rump is accompanied by sauted spinach, cauliflower, green pea puree and red wine glaze. (Bottom) Choco cheesecake and banana a great choice for a sweet finale to your meal.

ABBEY Road Bistro & Restaurant hums with a perfect symphony of Western flavours enhanced by the cosy ambience of its Beatles-inspired interior and professional service.

Located in Bandar Sunway, Seberang Jaya, Penang, the fine dining outlet is renowned for its exquisite contemporary cuisine with every dish being a work of edible art.

Allow the kitchen, led by executive chef Samuel Cheung, to orchestrate the perfect meal by bringing the menu to life with a fusion of bold and transcendent flavours.

Savour every rich detail of the beautifully plated fare, with the ingredients coming together to tantalise taste buds.

Cheung said: “There are no hard rules to cooking. Just let one’s creativity run its course.”

He added that a lot of reading and experimenting went into each culinary masterpiece to create the ideal combination.

Abbey Road is celebrating its 5th anniversary with a revamped menu comprising new delights such as smoked Hokkaido scallops (appetiser), seared chicken breast & scallop, Dorper rump and 72 hours short ribs (entrees) as well as choco cheese cake and banana.

Xx: Choco cheese cake & banana (30/5/15)
Choco cheesecake and banana a great choice for a sweet finale to your meal.

Served on a bed of truffled cauliflower puree, hon shimeiji mushrooms and baby red radish, the scallops are presented in an airtight smoked-filled glass jar for that artistic flair.

Diners who prefer a stronger smokey nuance can keep the jar closed a little bit longer.

The oceanic sweetness of the juicy scallops is still prevalent despite the smoke-infused taste.

The chicken breast is sous-vide (vacuum-marinated) with butter and sage, arugula and balsamic and garlic croquettes, and complemented with seared Hokkaido scallops and truffle mushroom cream.

The result is a uniformly tender chicken, moist and delicious down to the last bite.

Indulge in the fine and delicate meat of the Dorper rump (baby lamb) accompanied by sauteed spinach, cauliflower, green pea puree and red wine glaze.

The lamb is so aromatic with a salty edge from the sprinkle of sea salt flakes.

The name 72 hours short ribs says it all; boneless Australian short ribs that issous-vide for three days for that awesome flavour and texture of dense fat which is similar to wagyu.

This dish is served with grilled bok choy and sesame-breaded shiitake finished with dehydrated spicy kale and red wine reduction.

For the sweet tooth, there are brandied chocolate coated tangy cheesecake, banana puree, seared caramelised bananas and coconut ice cream. There is a choice of two homemade desserts per day.

Your dining experience here is further enhanced with recommended wine pairings from the extensive wine list.

Tasting is believing, for words will not do justice to the scrumptious and luscious creations of Abbey Road.

Opening hours are from noon to midnight daily except Mondays.

For reservations, contact 04-3906655 or e-mail abbeyroadbistro@hotmail.com.

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