Monday, September 23, 2019

The Garden Terrace Cafe, Swiss-Garden Genting Highlands

One of the newest hotels to open in Genting Highlands is Swiss-Garden Genting Highlands. We recently stayed here during the Malaysia Day long weekend; it was the perfect escape from the heat and haze engulfing KL.

We had most of our meals at The Garden Terrace Cafe, which is located on the 5th Floor of the hotel. Diners can enjoy their meal, with a view of the natural greenery or the landscaped gardens. Service is great too, as servers are enthusiastic and keen to please.



The a la carte menu features a variety of local and International cuisine and prices are reasonable (for hotel and Genting standards). Signature dishes here include Stir fried prawn with chicken floss, Grandma curry fish, Signature lamb curry, and Rendang chicken wrap with turmeric leaf.

If you're a fan of all things salted egg yolk, give the deep fried Golden eggplant fritter with salted egg (RM15) a try.



The Prawn cocktail (RM18) here is a good rendition of the classic British appetizer, consisting of large shelled cooked prawns in a Marie Rose sauce.




The Char Ho Fun (RM18), which is one of the house specialties was excellent. Loved the wok hei imparted on this noodle dish - it comes with two types of noodles, flat ho fun and meehoon, stir fried in an egg gravy with chicken, prawn and vegetables.



Other noodles dishes that we tried here were very tasty too, namely the Fried mee mamak (RM18) and Thai-style fried tang hoon (RM18). Both comes with large prawns and chilli, for a hint of spiciness.




Honey pepper chicken (RM21) - chunks of deep fried battered chicken glazed with a honey pepper sauce.



Honey glazed chicken (RM21) - a healthier version with grilled chicken, marinated in a sweet and sour sauce, served with a side of garden greens and French fries.



Kampung fried rice (RM18) - wok fried rice served with anchovies, cili padi, kangkung, chicken and fried egg.



Prawn piri-piri (RM21) - wok fried prawn in spicy piri-piri sauce, served with garden greens and buttered rice.



Lemony lamb chop (RM38) - grilled lemon marinated lamb chops served with garden greens and French fries. The lamb was nicely tender and flavorful.




We even got to cook the Signature Lamb Curry at their inaugural Cooking Class. The lamb is braised until tender with potatoes and coconut milk, resulting in a thick curry gravy.





Sago Mango Dew (RM10)


Banana boat (RM15)


Try one of their healthy juices too, such as the Red Root (beetroot, honey, lemon, tofu) or Immunity Booster (beetroot, carrot, celery, broccoli and garlic)


Pork-free.

Opening hours: 6.30am - 10.00pm.

Location: The Garden Terrace Cafe, Swiss-Garden Hotel & Residences, Windmill Upon Hills, Genting Permai, 69000 Genting Highlands, Pahang Darul Makmur, Malaysia.

Tel: +603 9213 0777

Website: https://www.swissgarden.com/residences-genting/food-beverage/



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1 comment:

  1. So much ingredient in the fried noodles dishes. Had a disappointing mango sago dessert in Kuching. :(

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