Spent 3 days 2 nights of our Raya holiday at La Pari-Pari, and it was superb!
In addition to that calming atmosphere, fatCUPID (which is in the same premise) just has the ability to make us fall in love with their food.
Continental Breakfast that came together with hotel stay.
"Two slices of toast, preserves, sliced food & coffee/tea"
We love the natural sweetness of this muffin that tasted like banana cake with chocolate chips.The Works RM28
"Two eggs (3 ways), beef sausages,hash browns,beef bacon,baked beans, toast"
We had no complain on this!3' Egg Omelette RM20
"Mushrooms,beef bacon, capsicum, onions, milk & cheese"
fatCUPID signature wontons & white wine
"prawn & chicken vege paste wrapped with sweet chilli sauce"
A complimentary plate of wontons for hotel guest who dine in, else it would be RM15.
Jason claimed that this would be the best wontons he ever had, and I second that!
Great Barrier Reef (Fish and Chips) RM25
"Beer-battered fish fillets, served with fries,salad and tartare sauce"
I was a bit skeptical when Jason chose this from the menu, which I usually don't.
In my opinion, fish and chips usually has low level of creativity, which means that it can't go worse, but wouldn't be better. Just an average dish.
Yet fatCUPID has just proved me wrong. The addition of beer into normal battered fish fillets was perfect: It brings in aroma, yet at the same time does not overshadow the taste of fish.The french fries was good too, crispy and not too greasy.The tartare sauce was another thing worth mentioning.Nyonya Laksa RM23
"A tradiitonal Northern Malaysian Laksa!
A spicy coconut cream base Laksa, served with a choice of bee hoon(rice vermicelli) or mee(egg noodle) and or both mixed, comes with fried tofu puffs, halved hard boiled egg, long beans, shredded chicken and garnished with mints and local fragrant leaves."
Great recommendation from them and we can see why.
Another best Laksa Jason ever had!
Fish and Chip Other Ratings:
Value for Money 4