Tucked away on top of Penang Hill lies a distant rumour of a long forgotten garden - David Brown’s at Strawberry Hill, a quintessential British colonial Restaurant and Tea Terraces.
Amidst the lush greenery, this ‘hill upon a hill’ restaurant standing on Strawberry Hill provides the perfect setting for meaningful memories - whether it is wedding, lifestyle parties or just chilling out with loved ones and friends.
David Brown’s is ideal for company function/dinner, seminar, product launch, training, management meeting, annual or family dinner. Our friendly and professional service staff is there to ensure your requirements are met unobtrusively.
David Brown’s allows a view of almost every significant landmark in the island. The well-manicured garden with iconic lily pond sets the scene for al fresco dinning for 50 guests or more.
The restaurant itself is impeccably furnished with comfortable old world furnishing of a past elegance and can accommodate 40 guests. In all, this British-styled restaurant provides authentic heritage ambience with fine British cooking and a selection of Penang Specialties.
There is a variety of hors d'oeuvers, steaks and chops, fresh puddings and pies and traditional roasts in the menu, which also offers a vegetarian selection.
It is believed that Captain Francis Light originally leveled the slope of this hill expressedly for the planting of strawberries Visitors disembarking at the upper station of Penang Hill's funicular railway can see the entrance to David Brown's on Strawberry Hill along the road just minutes' walk away from the station.
The restaurant is open 11am to 10pm everyday.
management can arrange for later departure from the top station if request
is made in advance as well as make available 4-wheeled drive transportation
from the Botanical Garden to the top and down.
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