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Jiamin
This is Jiamin living in Kuala Lumpur. I am a StudentI like to hang out in Kuala Lumpur, Subang, Petaling Jaya. Korean, Japanese, Italian are my favorite cuisines. I also love Hotel Dining, Café, Restaurant and Buffet, BBQ, Seafood.
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Categories : Malaysian variety | Stall / Warung

 
I was in the exact mood to munch something, and this stall chanced to heave in sight. Don and I decided to purchase a packet of fried durian that consisted of only four pieces at RM6.00. It was definitely way overpriced, but it’s up on top of a mountain, so I can’t possibly expect too much. More importantly, I needed food!

Anyway, I wouldn’t say it was good. It wasn’t bad either, to be honest. The taste was there, the crispiness was just right because it was freshly fried, but it wasn’t real and convincing enough to worth the money spent. It would still be a good snack though, compared to some of the other stalls that sell cheap stuff at ridiculously high price.
 
Date of Visit: Mar 25, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM6(其他)

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Categories : Singaporean | Chinese | Western variety | Hotel Dining | Steaks / Chops | Noodles

 

 
It was some time before 8.00am when we arrived at the restaurant, because we wanted to queue earlier for the admission tickets to the theme park, and our hotel was quite near to Hainan Kitchen Restaurant. And so, the restaurant was still quite empty. The crowds started to appear bit by bit after 8.00am, when we were about to leave.

 
These were probably one of the most pricey breakfast sets I have ever eaten in my entire life. RM11.90 for one breakfast set that came together with a cup of coffee, toast with butter and kaya, and two half-boiled eggs. Our wallets were definitely crying! Fortunately though, quality wise, everything was still within the standard.

 
The Black Coffee tasted just like a cup of Black Coffee. Nothing special about it.

 

 
I was quite surprised to see that the toast actually came together with butter and kaya, instead of margarine. It’s just like any other toasts that can be found in any kopitiam in Kuala Lumpur, but way overpriced.

In Genting Highlands, this would be a good place for a typical breakfast regardless of its ridiculous prices. Since I don’t travel to this top of the mountain that often, I might consider returning to the same place again someday, mainly because I have always loved simple breakfast like this.
 
Date of Visit: Mar 26, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM24(早餐)

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Categories : Western variety | Hotel Dining | Pizza/Pasta | Steaks / Chops | Burgers / Sandwiches

Don and I walked around the First World Plaza to search for a good place for food. Since we just checked in to the hotel, we were both in hunger. We passed by this restaurant and decided that we should give it a second try to see if we will ever need to return again someday. Our conclusion? NO!

 
Because of the pricey items they have on the menu, we merely ordered a cup of Teh Tarik and Plain Water. It’s not surprising though, to have a cup of Teh Tarik at RM6. One can never expect much in Genting Highlands. It was definitely overpriced, I would say, in terms of quality served.

 
Don made a right choice by ordering Spicy Kung Poh Chicken at RM13. It may not be up to a certain standard, and I could definitely get to taste something much better near my house. Still, it was the best dish among all that were served on our table.

 
I had Salted Fish with Chicken at RM13. Honestly, it was so extremely salty and only huge pieces of chicken breast were served. I mean, I am always fine with chicken breast, although it will always be my last preferred choice, but my teeth were about to break as I chewed them. Imagine!

Apart from the food, the waiters and waitresses were all youngsters. Hence, the services provided were very disappointing. They were not attentive at all during our visit, and it seemed to me that they were working unwillingly.

In conclusion, I will stop visiting this restaurant and I would encourage you to give any other restaurants a try instead of Flavurs.
 
Date of Visit: Mar 25, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately RM20(午餐)

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