However if you want to try preparing it yourself at home visit HERE for the recipe and how to.
Rooms are with breakfast and I can tell that food is excellent and on a rating of 5 I can give 4.5. However there is not much choice for breakfast but with a hotel like it, what more can we expect.
Taxi’s is always available and if you want cheaper meals for your lunch or dinner, there’s a Malay restaurant just at the back of the hotel. Its Molly’s Place and serve excellent Malay food with a reasonable price. Five to ten minutes (depend on your walking speed) away is the waterfront, D place to hang at night. There’s food stall but price is quite expensive. Just sit and enjoy a glass of teh tarik. Read more here.
If you are a night owl, nightlife is just five minutes away from the hotel. Cafes and Bistro can be found along the road opposite The Hilton. Walk out of the hotel and go left. Walk up the hill and the next junction is the place. If you are the kinky type, you might find transvestites as company (LOL) over there.
They should have screen more fruitful advertisement about Malaysia for example, local etiquette, places of interest, promote local cultures instead of the boring ERL advert. Maybe during my journey, it was not on the schedule.
If you want to experience fresh Ikan Bakar (grilled fish) then drop by at Kuala Perlis. Since it is also one of the landing point for fish, Ikan Bakar restaurants serve fresh fish to suit your taste bud.