Find out what Chinese restaurants to try in Genting Highlands. Resorts World Genting (Abbreviation: RWG), originally known as Genting Highlands Resort is an integrated hill resort development comprising hotels, shopping malls, theme parks and casinos, perched on the peak of Gunung Ulu Kali at 1,800 meters high and nestled near the border between the states of Pahang and Selangor, Malaysia.
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We have had several visits to this restaurant whenever we head up to Genting Highlands, partly because of the the reasonable price and partly because of the simple home cooked style of their dishes.As with all our visits, the steamed frogs were fresh and succulent, we had no complains. The fried noodle was slightly lacking in flavour but that is just our opinion. The dish we liked the least was the kung pou style chicken slices which we found to be a tad too starchy and the chicken slices a little dry and hard. Otherwise, a good lunch and definitely does not blow our budget unlike everything else in Genting Highlands.
3 based on 168 reviews
Savor delicious dim sum and tasty Hakka cuisine at Good Friends Restaurant. Offering home-cooked dishes such as Home Style Braised Streaky Pork with Preserved Vegetable and Braised Chicken with Chinese Wine in Claypot, this restaurant also offers delectab
We tried the dim sum. It wasnât really good. The service was slow too although the restaurant wasnât crowded.
4 based on 32 reviews
The legacy never ends at Din Tai Fung. Discover more about us. Din Tai Fung's Xiao Long Bao, the iconic mouth-watering soup dumpling filled with meat and piping hot soup is making its waves to the world ! Welcome to Din Tai Fung, where a memorable dining
This DinTai Fung is very different from my Singapore Outlet. The Food there is not that tasty and the chilli is different from Singapore. Most restaurants in Genting will award points to your Genting Card when you make payment for your Bills but this DinTai Fung never accept this point system which deprive customers from getting Genting Points (GP). Not recommended at all.
4 based on 25 reviews
We went there twice for two days trip.First trip we choose ala-carta steamboat. There got few packages. but we choose ala-carta order like how many plates of meat, vegetables. Order 26 items cost about 270Rm. Also include one pot of tea and one coke. For total of 5 adults.Soup we choose tom yam and chicken soup. The steamboat is two soup type. Next day we went we take 2 person steamboat cost about 98RM. Order side dish like steam fish and belacan kang kong. Total 470RM, the fish alone cost about 240RM. However will say their food is pretty fresh, like prawn, meat etc.Thus we feel enjoy and worth it. Recommended. Steamboat think is minimum 2 person. I saw one person eat maybe order side dish only.
4 based on 31 reviews
This restaurant is located within Gohtong area, nestled among many other eateries. My wife and I decided to give this place a try when we arrived Genting Highlands around lunch time. From the facade, it was nothing out of the ordinary or impressive.The restaurant only had 1 table of patrons seated outside when we arrived which was quite worrying at first. We went ahead to order a deep fried Nam Yu style chicken wings, whole squid steamed with egg, venison slices fried with ginger and onions & toman fish slices fried with giner and onions.The fish slices were fresh and had a nice cruchy texture, the venison was tender but the sauce was a tad too salty, the squid was succulent and had a nice bouncy texture to it while the chicken wings came out as the winner. It was crispy on the outside while juicy and succulent on the inside plus it had a flavourful Nam Yu taste to it.Price was reasonable especially when considering everything in Genting Highlands is either 50% to 100% higher than in KL city centre. Will definitely return again to sample some of the other dishes that they offer.
4 based on 21 reviews
Thanks for reading. Was there today as 2A2C(16/17 years).Positive- clean and tidy enough including toilets and wash basins- quick service - free parking- can have some side appetisers from paddlers thatâs come by with their offerings namely chestnuts, fruits and local tidbits while waiting for the dishes to be served- accepts credit cardNegative- packs up quick hence be there by 1230- govt tax GST 6% though canât be avoided Food ordered in RM$ & comments- crispy fried belly pork $18 - crunchy with dark sweat sauce - bean curd $15 - soft egg like - yam ring with squid $28 - big portion - fish fillet $20 - water 0.60 per cup âï¸- white rice $1.5 ConclusionWill return for seconds and try other dishes.If you find my review helpful, kindly help support me further by giving me a positive rating . CheersTel: 03-61001149 Loong Kee restaurant. 35, Jalan Jati, Gohtong Jaya, 6900 Genting Highland.
4 based on 24 reviews
Ordered Wild boar curry, watercress and stuffed tofu. Excellent in taste. Totally loved the watercress. There is a good sized store beneath the restaurant. There, you may get your coffees and titbits. Opposite the restaurant there are veggie and fruit stalls.
4 based on 53 reviews
Lovely and big seating area but unfortunately very dated not been modernised table linen, walls etc. Service was excellent though and food was average. The chilli chicken had Hardly any chicken or cashew nuts in it. The fried radish was nice and the noodles too and the dumplings with wasabi prawns good. Service again fantastic the decor and some of the food let it down shame really.
4 based on 69 reviews
Imperial Ramaâs culinary masterpiece combines the delicate finesse of Chinese creations with the flamboyant, intensely appetizing flavors of Thai preparations for a distinctive, delightful feast. The secret to Imperial Ramaâs dazzling cuisine is its perfe
Bad experience with king prawn tom yam - the meat was mushy in the tasty soup. Disappointed & had to discard a few matured & tough leaves from my emperor's salad (mieng kam) - I'd tasted better ones from a hawker stall in Chiengmai. The mouth watering durian tempura made up for my disappointment.
4 based on 262 reviews
Step into Hainan Express and reminisce the simplicity of the good old days. We bring back the basics such as all-time favourite toasted breads with kaya, aromatic coffee and authentic Nasi Lemak.
While visiting Genting Highlands, we had family lunch at this nice restaurant. A variety of food (Indian,Japanese) was at the buffet. Food was delicious and enjoyed every item we had. On the side of dinning hall, there was lobby overlooking lush green mountains, residential buildings and cable cars. Nice view to take photographs.
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