Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Mushroom Farm Restaurant - Affordable Genting Food

This is going to be another all-pictures-and-no-words-post. Cos I don't actually know where this restaurant is. Or the names of the individual dishes. Or the prices of the dishes. Haha.

So anyway, Mushroom Farm Seafood Restaurant is somewhere in Genting. To get there you either walk there (quite far), or wait outside the First World Hotel lobby to hitch a ride from the feeder vans. Whichever way you choose, here's pretty much the only indication that you've arrived:

So anyway on to the food! Here's a steamed fish of some sort. It was yummy.

Homemade taufu. I guess it had fish and egg mixed in. Pretty good!

Some sort of mixed mushroom dish. Was OK only lah.

Black Pepper Deer Meat. The meat was quite tender, and the black pepper sauce wasn't too overpowering.

Vegetable of some sort. Can you tell that I'm hopeless at names of Chinese dishes yet?

Pork Trotter in Vinegar. Didn't taste this cos I don't eat this dish, but apparently it wasn't half bad.

My favorite dish of the night was this: Some sort of fish ... sliced and deep fried butter style. Only complaint was that perhaps the slices were a bit too thin so the deep-frying made the meat a little dry.

So there you have it. Total bill for 9 people came up to about MYR250, which is a total bargain price considering that food in Genting is otherwise ridiculously and exorbitantly expensive.

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