Blog Revamping

Hello... I'm in the midst of revamping my blog to make my life a little easier. So do not be alarmed as work is still under construction.

Cheers,
Babe_KL
16 Oct 2012

Friday, 29 February 2008

Review: Restoran Good Friends Express, Genting Highlands

**Non-Halal**

In between our rides at the theme park, we hurried off for a quick dinner instead of going to our regular place. Not so sure what to have we decided to head over to Highlands Hotel to check out the eating places since hubby didn't want to walk so far to First World. Found this Restoran Good Friends Express since I didn't want to wait and order dishes from the restaurant under the same name next door.

This Good Friends Express is a self-service fast food restaurant ala Chinese. All you need to do is place your order and pay at the cashier. Then you move down the line to collect your order. The menu is not super extensive but good enough to satisfy everyone in the family if they do not want to eat the same dishes. There are noodles, rice and porridge (congee) accompanied with roast chicken, roast duck, bbq pork (char siew), roast pork (siew yuk), dumplings (sui kow), or wanton. Also in the offering are sizzling noodles, porridge and etc.

GFX - pay and order at cashier GFX - collect food

I've asked for the Pork Rib Rice (RM12.00) which came like this...

GFX - steamed pork ribs rice

I had as shocked when I look at it hahaha... look darn pathetic huh? I dug the ribs a bit and had a taste. Hey, not bad actually!!! I must remind myself not to judge a book by its cover. The ribs are steamed with fermented yellow bean sauce and fermented black bean with bits of tomatoes in there. The slight tang from the tomatoes lend a nice flavour to the ribs.

Boiboi had a bowl of Wanton Soup (RM8.00). Nothing spectacular here cos the daddy actually ordered the wrong thing for him. I've asked him to get Dumplings Soup, well... anyway he ate them up but can't finish since his heart longed to get back to the theme park ASAP.

GFX - wanton soup

The daddy gotten himself Claypot Chicken Rice (RM14.00) which took 10 mins to cook up. I didn't try any but he said its edible, nothing great.

GFX - claypot chicken rice

I checked around the neighbouring patrons, seems like their fresh noodles (sang meen) in dry style looked good and smell like any delicious wanton mee in town. I won't say the food is fantastic cos it's expected in such kind of place but it's great for something quick. Quite pricey too. By the way, order of noodles and rice will come with a drink which I think it's not too bad.


Restoran Good Friends Express
Level 2, Highlands Hotel
Tel: 603-6101 1118
Operation Hours: 6.30am - 11.00pm (extended to 1.45am on Saturdays)


Technorati Tags:

7 comments:

PabloPabla said...

It is actually hard to find good food in Genting. Most of the time, I just eat whatever just to fill up the stomach.

Jason said...

Agree with pablopabla... cos some eateries are so far away from the theme park, we just settle for the nearest available option :)

dcyk said...

normal la genting, where got good food to eat one, and the food usually is overpriced, i remember last time when i was a kid my parents usually tapao nasi lemak from KL to bring up, eating spicy food in the cold park is fun!! like picnic

babe_kl said...

pablopabla, next time you go to the mushroom farm. there's one good restaurant, check
http://babeinthecitykl.blogspot.com/2007/04/review-restoran-makanan-laut-mushroom.html

jason, i think you went to Genting the same day as us :P

dcky, ya ya last time my mom bring sandwiches but nowadays very malas. if you're willing to pay, i heard MingRen is good.

Big Boys Oven said...

I still find the food in genting a bit too expensive and no choice but to eat! so unfair! lol!

~Madeline~ said...

The food may not have been outstanding but it sure looks good!

babe_kl said...

BBO, go to the mushroom farm next time

haha yeah madeline, in picture