My desired holiday — eat, shop, travel. Most people, I mean everyone would want this! Getting a rest from work/studies or simply engage in a recreational activity whereby you could forget all worries and just have fun!
A week to put an end to my recreation period and have to get my sedentary mood pervading for another 5 months!
Basically, I didn’t really meet my criteria of holidays much, expect the eating part! Shopped a little, not much traveling…. *yeap, the furtherest I’ve been this semester’s holiday is Malacca!* ~ for food crawling..!
Another usual get-a-way destination for me.
Since I’ve not blogged about the food available in this city on the hilltop that is about 2000 meters above sea level, decided to do some write-ups. I find traveling for food is addictive and made me hearten!
No matter near or far! Agree people?
Went here with my family and the usual routine while I’m here is just loitering around. Don’t really fancy the outdoor games. Got tired of it already! ;P
To kill time, Chris and I followed our parents into the casino. Watching people placing their bets and some even were willing to risk their fortune for their own pursuit of contentment or greed. After a momentary time watching and wandering at the casino… I have an abrupt greed for a nice dinner! Where to??
My cousins suggested Hou Mei. No disagreements, we paced towards the restaurant. Lined up for a few minutes for our seats. Worth waiting though… as our food churned out to be quite satisfying 🙂
JY ordered the Kai See Hor Fun with Soup for RM10.87. Odd price huh? Guess they’ve included the taxes as well.
Since lil’ bro have always loved dried version of noodles, he had the Dried Beef Noodle for RM11.30. Kinda pricey.. but it’s Genting. What can you complain about? He loved his portion definitely!
I’ve always fancied their curry noodle here. Curry Noodle for RM 10.87 was a pleasant one as their curry broth were just tasty and… with a filling and generous portion.
My second bro, Kent had no complains on their Hou Mei Specialty Noodle at all, although the noodles they serve were just mere instant noodles. Topped with Fried egg, shredded chicken and prawns, RM10.87 for this dried noodles is kinda hefty.
Mun opted for her favourite Assam Laksa. Also at RM10.87, the serving was large. Tastewise, she claimed it so-so.
One of my must-order as well, Chris had the Hawaiian Chicken Chop for RM15.70. We find this serving the best among the other food ordered. Tender marinated grilled chicken with a sweet and sourish topping of gravy, served with a sliced pineapple, french fries and some vegetable salads. Thumbs up!
My cousins JT and KT opted for these:
whoa.. expensive burgers! Prefer having burgers at fast food chains like McD! Cheaper ma…!
— a quote from MeiWen!—
13 Replies to “Hou Mei @ First World Plaza, Genting Highlands”
the Hawaiian Chicken Chop looks so delicious… must remember this for my next trip ~ ^_^
Hmmm, shame on me hor… I’ve not been to Genting…. 🙁
Yeah, the food is expensive there I have to say but what to do, it’s in Genting. I like that quote from Mei Yen, haha!
When I was small, whenever we go to Genting, my parents always bring “ka chang” – cup noodle, whole loaf of bread and ham/cheese/jam. Lol~ Even McD is extra pricey there ^_^;
food kinda expensive there. no choice lar… it’s a famous ‘tempat peranginan’ in msia. the assam laksa looks good too bad it dun taste good.
another restaurant you may want to try when you are first world plaza, it’s a hainanese restaurant..quite near to hou mei, right opposite kenny rogers’.. da food there quite okay also 🙂
Lol hainanese restaurant i tried before, bad experience with their hainan chicken rice, i remembered at that moment i want to order the ‘kai 2 to’ (Part near to chicken drumstick), then the waitress told me if you want to choose you have to pay for extra charge due to ‘Special Part’ (i thought chicken wing or drumstick considered as special part only. In fact, their drumstick is different price also..
Of course, i already expected their food is not as good as local 1, coz here is genting!! My chicken rice that time served at cold portion. I thought i was eating ‘chicken’ sashimi that time haha…
i prefer drink their coffee and eat roti or have a half boiled egg…
Sighs, Genting’s famed for the highly-priced food…doesn’t leave you with much choice especially when you are staying overnight huh?:)
It’s definitely great to have a getaway…enjoy yourself ya!!~:)
I tried this place once for breakfast. Can’t remember good or bad oledi, way way back before i started blogging.
Somehow I don’t fancy Genting. I prefer Cameron 🙂
I think I would like to try that Hou Mei specialty noodles since there’s a fried egg to tempt me, and the noodles looks Q enough. :p
Hahahah the food kinda expensive, maybe a walk through the casino will pay off the dinning cost. Or packed lunch eat there then come down to Kl and have hefty dinner! lol!
Hope you’ll like it too 😉
new kid on the blog~
really? Hmm.. maybe you could start planning from now.. ;P
haha… it’s actually a quote from my uni friend, Mei Wen.
yea..What to do? they charge extra for F&B in genting.
Me too! I really miss that. Our whole family will rent a apartment there and cook our own meals! Even having picnics nearby! Oh.. those days 🙂
It tasted so-so.. Can get better ones at KL.
We’ve tried too.. but sad to say, we didn’t quite like it. Maybe the standard deteriorate 🙁
I don’t quite like it there as well. U had a bad experience there also? Sigh…
Only the toast bread and egg is OK 🙁
haha… sahsimi chicken!! They always charge extra in Genting.. Can’t complain much.
thx. We’ve enjoyed despite the expensive meals. Family get-a-way is fun 🙂
so… ho did you find the food there? OK rite…?
haha. I ‘rarely’ go to Cameron. Think it’s about 3 years ago? I miss the strawberry milkshake there!
yeap. Though it’s just ‘instant’ noodles… It tasted not bad at all.. that’s what my bro said 😉
big boys oven~
lol. yea.. what a great idea!