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2013-07-09 135 views
Jia, Food for the Seasons is one of the food courts in Genting Highlands, and there is quite some variety of foods available to be chosen.It was almost 7.30pm when Don and I settled down and placed our order. Since we had our lunch only at around 3.00pm, we decided to share a pot of Claypot Chicken Rice, one of the most common Chinese foods found mainly in China, Malaysia, and Singapore. The portion was just right for a normal person’s preferred portion. It was also fine for two persons, which o
Taste wise, it was still within the standard. The chicken that came together in the pot was surprisingly quite tender as well. Just in case you do not know, those in red were sausages, and they’re very common in all types of Claypot Chicken Rice served in this country. Indeed, it will be a good place for a proper meal, although everything available in the food court is always capable of burning a big hole in your pocket.
We will definitely consider to return to this place again to try out the other foods!