Anyone who spent the whole day playing casino and going around Resort World Genting, then you’ll want to eat at the most delicious food spots in Genting Highland Malaysia!
Genting Highland Malaysia
Yes, Genting Highland isn’t just famous for its premium casinos, cable cars and theme parks. Their selection of Restaurants and Food Hubs is also worth visiting!
Traveling to Genting Highland Malaysia
If you’re coming from Kuala Lumpur, it’s only a short trip away by public or private transportation. We promise, it’s worth visiting over the weekend with friends of family! And if you’re staying at any Genting Highland hotel, these food spots are just nearby.
Don’t be afraid to enjoy gambling ‘cos when you get hungry from all the betting there’s amazing food spots in Genting Highland Malaysia for you and your companions!
Top 6 Food Spots in Resort World Genting Highland Malaysia
1. Good Friends Restaurant
Daily – 06:30 – 03:30 | Dinner – 13:30 – 03:00
Lots of Chinese people live in Malaysia. We all probably know one Chinese friend or two, so it’s not uncommon to see many restaurants serving primarily Chinese cuisine.
Good Friends Restaurant is located between the lobby of Maxims Genting Highland Hotel and Genting Grand Hotel. Here, you can enjoy Hakka cuisine (a cooking style from southern China now popular in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia and other Asian countries).
The food offered in Good Friends Restaurant can be seen in its interior design, with red doors and dragon carvings. Good Friends is one of Genting Highland’s more family-friendly restaurants, with food for all ages!
2. Hou-Mei Noodle House
Sun – Thurs: 8am – 12mn | Fri, Sat + Eve of Public Holiday: 8am – 2pm
Try their Kai See Hor Fun, Curry Mee and Fish Head Noodle Soup. They serve dishes big enough to be shared with friends and family, and they also have special dishes of the month. They also have rice meals like congee and fried rice. Also, good news for smokers since they have a smoking area.
3. Ming Ren Restaurant
Mon – Fri
Lunch: 12nn – 2:30pm
Dinner: 6pm – 9:30pm
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays
Lunch: 11am – 2:30pm
Dinner: 6pm – 9:30pm
Try something different at Ming Ren Restaurant! This restaurant’s specialty is lamb cuisine, serving lamb dishes that are delicious to both the eyes and the tongue.
Recommended are the Spicy Lamb Steamboat, StockRoasted Lamb Ribs, Stir-fried Sliced Lamb with Potatoes & Curry Sauce and Braised Lamb with Radish.
They serve Chinese Cuisine in general, highlighting Cantonese cooking methods complete with traditional spices and seasoning. It’s definitely a must-try if you’re looking for something new and elegant.
If you’re hungry after gambling or looking for a place to eat with your family then Coffee Terrace is the perfect food spot in Genting Highland for you.
It’s a restaurant that serves an all-day buffet of various cuisines to choose from.
Coffee Terace has a large dining area with a total of 4 sections, so you can bring along family and friends if you do decide to have a taste of their food.
They have Western Cuisine, Chinese, Japanese and Indian dishes.
Pick which meal of the day you’ll be having by coming either during breakfast, lunch or dinner hours. The prices vary depending on the time of the day, though, so make sure to check.
5. Burger & Lobster
Mon – Thurs: 11am – 10pm
Friday & Eve of Public Holiday: 11am – 12nn
Saturday: 9am – 12nn
Sun & Public Holiday: 9am – 10pm
If you’re looking for something different and decided to have seafood, then Burger & Lobster is the Genting Highland restaurant for you.
It’s the perfect food spot for fancy dining under the moonlight. From its name, the Lobsters they serve are transported fresh and alive all the way from the deep Atlantic waters to your very table, 6,000 feet on top of a mountain in Cameron Highlands Malaysia.
Oh, and did we mention they also serve halal burgers?
6. La Fiesta
Mon – Thurs: 3pm – 10pm
Friday: 2pm – 12mn
Saturday: 12nn – 12mn
Sunday: 12nn to 10pm
La Fiesta shakes Resort World Genting by offering a wide variety of dishes from all over the world! This Genting Highland Restaurant offers European cuisine, specifically Spanish food.
The name of the restaurant, ‘La Fiesta’, loosely translates to ‘a good time’ or ‘party’, and a good time you certainly will have at this glorious food spot. They serve authentic Spanish dishes, with Paellas, Tapas, Churros and more.
They also serve alcoholic beverages like the famous Spanish drink, Sangria, in jugs for up to 4 people.
So, has reading this list make you hungry? Don’t worry! Resort World Genting Malaysia is easy to visit!
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