I was with my wife and a friend visiting Genting Highlands. We haven’t visit Genting Highlands for a very very long time. My wife was very excited and so am I. Lucky our friend show us around Genting. There are so many changes in Genting Highlands.
Nasi Lemak with Spicy Fried Chicken and Nasi Lemak with Cockles was serve in big portion. Bigger than normal portion that a lady could take but perfectly enough for men. They couldn’t finish it so I have to help them finish it.
Warm Heart Burger serve with fries. Unfortunately the fries was already cold when the burger was cooked. Cheese was perfectly melting within the beef patty. The bun they use was special than normal bun we usually ate.
Hin Kee Bak Kut Teh Restaurant was another popular bak kut teh hotspot in Kuala Lumpur. So we decided to give it a visit to try out their bak kut teh.
We miss the dry Bak Kut Teh a lot so we decided to order their dry Bak Kut Teh. We order the one person portion but it look like a two person portion. Lucky there are three of us and three of us choose to go with their oily rice. Honestly there are nothing special about their rice. Kinda disappointed.
However, they are very generous with the number of meats. They use very little dried squids. You really can’t taste the dried squids at all.
Bak Kut Teh Soup was totally disappointed. At first, with all the crowds I expecting it was very delicious but trust me is not. The soup base was too clear and only contain light scent of the Bak Kut Teh. Maybe some people doesn’t like strong taste and scent of Bak Kut Teh.
Spade’s Burger serve one of the best burger in town. Usually on weekdays, plenty of factory workers had their lunch here. And on weekend, usually brunch of buddies and small group of family members hanging out here to enjoy their delicious burgers.
There are a variety of burgers which mainly consist of pork, beef, chicken, fish and vegetarian burger too.
Baconizer was perfect choice for all bacon lovers. Pork patty perfectly match with caramalised bacon, cheese crips and cheddar, placed between the soft charcoal buns. Soft and juicy inside the pork patty. Love it!