Recently, we revisit Patio and this space remains cozy, still a nice place to chill-out with friends. It is more on casual dining setting during dinner hour, the night will be a lot more happening after 10 pm. This place serves a huge varieties of drinks, started from light drink, beer, cocktail to whisky and wine. Besides their signature Spanish dishes (Paella and Tapas dishes) to compliment drinks, they have infused some Italian dishes as well. At the meantime. read on our previous experience at Patio here.
In case you wonder, Patio is derived from the Spanish language which means the outdoor area adjoining a house that best describing the restaurant's design. No worry, shed is provided just in case of raining. If you are looking for a small space for private event, they have the second floor cater on your need.
Many thanks to Patio for extending the invitation.
|Costillas de cerdo (RM 58)|
It is really thoughtful to have the pork ribs readily cut upon served, this save up the messy torn scene during savoring. The ribs is nicely marinated for strong flavours, and charbroiled to golden brown at every corner. Just bring your knife and gently scrape the rips, the meat just fall off from the bone without much effort. Enjoy it with the dipping sauce for more tangy savory.
|Arroz Paella de Mariscos con Gambas (RM 58)|
Being a Spanish eatery place, Seafood paella rice has to be the staple dish since they started. It is then turn out to be their signature dish as well. A big pan of short grain paella rice with jumbo of prawns, squid and clams is fun to share among friends. Remember to drizzle a wedge of lemon for refreshing touch before feasting.
|Open Tortilla horneada con champinones, tocino y queso mozzarella (RM 32)|
Tortilla, another classic dish from Spain is something one shall not miss. The tortilla is evenly spread with mushroom, bacon and olive which then sent to bake in open oven. The melted mozzarella cheese is the key, though sinful but lets postpone the diet plan to tomorrow. Anyway, it is wonderful to find some fresh green salad to complement with.
|Marisco Pasta de Tinta de Calamar (RM 32)|
The ladies would be delighted to find pasta in the menu. We sampled their Tinta negro (Black ink) pasta with seafood, comprising of fresh prawn and clams.
|Hongos salvajes con tomillo y ajo (RM 15)|
|Salmon rebozado aderezado con pure de manzan (RM 24)|
If you are looking for something light for nibbling. You may opted for stir-fried garlic thyme wild mushroom that came with garlic bread. Alternatively, crispy beer battered salmon with apple puree dressing might give you an exciting sensation. Moist salmon cutlet fried with the crisp edge that akin the local's banana fritters.
|Wild Boy (RM 28) made of apricot brandy|
|Snow White (TM 25) made of vodka, apple juice, cinnamon syrup and lemon juice.|
|Knock Knock (RM 32) served with metal ice ball. It contains Absinthe which is highly alcoholic.|
|Mojito (RM 28) with rum, brown sugar, lime wedges and soda water|
|Private space on second floor|
|Wine cellar at the second floor|
Patio bar de tapas @ Weld Quay, Georgetown
49F, Pengkalan Weld, 13000, Penang, Malaysia
Operation hours: 5.30 pm - 2 am (Sunday till Thursday); 5.30 pm - 3 am (Friday & Saturday)
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