Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Sky Avenue Restaurants at Resorts World Genting (36-hours Food Trail) - Part 2

If you have been following my blog, this is part 2 of my exciting 36-hours food trail at Sky Avenue, Resorts World Genting. If you have not read my earlier blog post, click HERE to read it.

My children and I woke up early after a comfortable, good sleep at First World Hotel because we wanted to try our best to finish dining at 20 more restaurants on the second day. I looked through the Sky Avenue Directory to plan which restaurants to go and where the restaurants were located before we started our food trail. We went straight to Babajia on Level 1 of Sky Avenue because we knew that it opens 24 hours. There are a few restaurants which opens 24 hours here so you will not go hungry when you visit Resorts World Genting. Babajia serves Baba Nyonya food. We had Bubur Cacar, Char Kway Teow and Nyonya Laksa. I requested for mini portions for all 3 dishes. I liked the Nyonya Laksa because of the tasty curry soup. My daughter liked the Bubur Cacar with lots of coconut milk and soft, sweet potatoes.





Clockwise from top: Char Kway Teow, Bubur Cacar, Nyonya Laksa

Across Babajia was WanHoi Yamch'a, a chinese dimsum restaurant. Luckily we did not need to queue up because we were early. This restaurant has the cutest dimsum I have ever seen. I ordered the Custard Pau which was very delicious with smooth custard fillings, BBQ Pork Bun in Zhu Zai (pig) shape, Salted Egg Yolk with Lotus Paste Fillings which came in the shape of 2 birds in a small cage and Glutinous Rice with Abalone & Chicken. The food here was very good and a must try if you love to eat dimsum. 





 From left to right: Custard Pau and BBQ Pork Bun

From left to right: Salted Egg Yolk with Lotus Paste Fillings and Glutinous Rice with Abalone & Chicken

Our next stop was RichDad. I was glad to meet Khir Khalid, my blogger friend there. We shared the food because I was quite full. We were served with Rendang Beef Rice and Grilled Chicken Masak Merah. The Rendang Beef was very delicious and the Grilled Chicken meat was very tender. 


Rendang Beef Rice

 Grilled Chicken Masak Merah

After these few restaurants, we were quite full so we chose to have some desserts. We went to Just Heavenly to get a piece of Blueberry Cheesecake. There were many choices of cakes to choose from. The Blueberry Cheesecake was very moist, smooth and delicious.




We decided to try some Japanese food at Tampopo. We had Beef Curry Udon and Mini Chicken Ramen. The udon noodle was very unique and has a special delicious taste. The Mini Chicken Ramen's soup was very tasty. 


From left to right: Beef Curry Udon and Mini Chicken Ramen

Tai'Bae which is also located on Level 1 of Sky Avenue serves Taiwanese food. If you love to eat Chinese food like rice and noodels, you can try the food here. We had 'Lu Rou Fan' & soup of the day, Taiwanese Style Popcorn Chicken, Yam & Pumpkin Puffs, Eight Treasure Tea and Lemon Lime Jelly. My son loved the Taiwanese Style Popcorn Chicken was very crunchy and tasty. 





Lu Rou Fan with Soup, Yam & Pumpkin Puffs (top left) and Taiwanese Style Popcorn Chicken (bottom right), Eight Treasure Tea

While we were waiting for our food at Tai'Bae earlier, I walked over to Madam Waffle to get the Banana Nutella to save some time. The waffle was very delicious and I wished I had more room in my stomach to eat more. 



We went up to Level 4 of Sky Avenue to Go Noodle House because the bloggers session was from 11am-12pm. There was a long queue outside this restaurant but luckily we did not have to wait. If you love to eat meat ball noodles, you need to come here and taste this. I liked the Bursting Meat Ball with spicy fillings because it tasted very delicious and was not too spicy. 





 Nine Dragon Balls (in the basket),  anti-clockwise from the top: Pork Tendon Ball, Fish Maw, Bursting Meat Balls (spicy fillings), Imported Clams (Lala)

Since Ah Yip Herbal Soup was just next to Go Noodle House, we walked over to dine there. The Ginseng Stew Chicken Soup was the best soup I have tasted so far. I was quite full and actually wanted to taste 1 spoonful but could not resist drinking more. Even though 1 bowl is priced at RM 35.20, it is worth to drink because it is very good. The Ipoh Bak Kut Teh and Bean Paste Duck was delicious too.




Clockwise from top: Ginseng Stew Chicken Soup, Bean Paste Duck, Ipoh Bak Kut Teh

BMS Organics is known to serve healthy food and I was worried the food would not taste good but I was wrong. BMS Organics serve organic food without MSG, preservatives and harmful chemicals. We tasted the Organic Harvest which was healthy salad, BMS Soy Milk Curry Laksa Handmade Noodle which was quite tasty and Herby Broth Pot with Multigrain Rice which was sort of like Bak Kut Teh without meat. 


Clockwise from bottom: Organic Harvest which was healthy salad, BMS Soy Milk Curry Laksa Handmade Noodle and Herby Broth Pot with Multigrain Rice

Canton-i, under the Dragon-i group of restaurants serves delicious authentic Hong Kong cuisines. When you come in, you need to walk slowly because the floor is quite oily and slippery but the food served here is very delicious. If you crave for the Hong Kong roast goose, you do not need to travel to Hong Kong, just come over to Canton-i. 


The Cuttlefish and Mixed Meat Congee was my daughter's favorite and she almost finished the whole bowl. She said it was very tasty and unique with lots of cuttlefish and meat slices. The taste was very delicious and different from other restaurants. I liked the Wonton Noodles because the wontons were big with tasty fresh prawn fillings.



This combination of Roast Goose and Roast Pork Belly was very delicious. Both the Roast Goose and Roast Pork Belly meat was tender and soft with crispy skin. Even though this dish is priced at RM 105.00, it is still much cheaper than travelling to Hong Kong to eat it.



After dining at Canton-i, we walked to Tokyo Secret to get the smooth, delicious Cheese Tarts and Cheese Cakes. These were my son's favorite and he ate most of it. Tokyo Secret uses high quality cheese imported from Japan and the cheese tarts and cakes are freshly baked from the oven.




My next stop was Palsaik Korean BBQ. Dining here reminded me of my Korea trip with my family 4 months ago because I dined at Palsaik Korean BBQ in Seoul, Korea. I still remember there are those round seats with the top part which can be open to put your bags or things in it. It's a great idea to save space when you do not know where to put your belongings while eating and you do not need to worry about people stealing your things since you will be sitting on top of it. I sat on one of these round seats while dining here.


The staffs were there to cook the food. The pork was marinated in 8 different flavors namely ginseng, wine, pine, garlic, herb, curry, soy bean and hot pepper. Some tasted really delicious because of the marinated taste and the pork meat was tender. We also had Japchae (stir fried glass noodles with vegetables and pork slices) and my daughter loved this dish a lot. 



We had desserts at dal.komm Coffee after our heavy Korean BBQ meal. The Lava Cruffin Hanjuku Cheese was very delicious. I also had the refreshing and sweet Strawberry Cube drink. Having my dessert at Level 4 of Sky Avenue made me feel like I was in another country during spring or autumn because of the cool weather. Chilling out with friends at one of these cafes at Sky Avenue gives me a different feeling. I just love the cool and windy breeze blowing onto my face.



From left to right : Shibuya Toast, Lava Cruffin Hanjuku Cheese


Strawberry Cube 


San Francisco Coffee was also on Level 4 where we could feel the cool air like at dal.komm Coffee. My son had his favorite Fettucine Carbonara which had turkey bacon strips served with rich, creamy carbonara sauce.


My son enjoyed his Fettucine Carbonara. He loved this dish and ate more than half of it.

PappaRich is a popular and well-known restaurant with many branches in Malaysia. PappaRich is located at Level 4 of Sky Avenue just next to the entrance and exit of the cable car. We had delicious nasi lemak with fried chicken. 



Nasi Lemak with Fried Chicken

Flavurs restaurant was our next stop. We were served with Easy Peachy drink, Smoky Barbeque Burger Rice, Curry Chicken on Rice, and Spaghetti Aglio Olio with Seafood. The Smoky Barbeque Burger Rice was rice on the bottom with egg, pineapple and meat on top of one another and looked like a burger. This was a unique and tasty dish I liked. the Curry Chicken was good too. 

Clockwise from top : Easy Peachy drink, Curry Chicken on Rice, Spaghetti Aglio Olio with Seafood and Smoky Barbeque Burger Rice

Zok Noodle House has a very nice view of the cable cars at Genting Highlands. We enjoyed looking out the window while eating here. We had Seven Flavours Fried Tofu, Wonton Soup and Signature Golden Custard Buns. We could not eat much because we were very full at that time. The Golden Custard Buns were good but not as delicious as the ones at WanHoi Yamch'a but the price is much cheaper. The Golden Custard Buns cost RM 6.00 at Zok Noodle House and Rm 14.80 at WanHoi Yamch'a. 


 Clockwise from left: Seven Flavours Fried Tofu, Signature Golden Custard Buns, Wonton Soup

Dome, another popular and well-known restaurant on Level 1 gave us sample sizes to taste. We were given their Signature Latte, Spicy Olio Spaghetti, Mushroom Soup and Fish & Chips.

From left to right: Signature Latte, Spicy Olio Spaghetti, Mushroom Soup and Fish & Chips.

Royale Vietnam serves authentic Vietnamese cuisine and this was the last of the 28 restaurants we visited. The food here was really fit for the King and Queen. The food decorations, the uniqueness of the food, the restaurant decorations were all very nice. I actually wished I came here earlier so I could enjoy eating the food slowly. I had to rush because I wanted to go home earlier with my friend.


On the left was the appetizer which consist of Fresh Spring Roll, Fried Spring Roll, Summer Roll with Prawn, Sugarcane Prawn and Fried Chicken. The top right is the Beef Noodle and the bottom right is the Flaming Prawns with Coconut. 

I liked the appetizer platter because each of the 5 types had their own unique taste. The Flaming Prawns with Coconut was very special as it was really in flames when it was brought out to us. The coconut water was not just any coconut water, something was added to it and tasted delicious. The steam prawns on the coconut were big and fresh and I craved for more.

This was how I dined at 28 restaurants for this 36-hours food trail. I actually finished in 31 hours. I ate so much I did not feel hungry for the next 22 hours. Now it's time to get more exercise! Haha... Thanks to the PR team of Resorts World Genting for such a good experience trying so many different types of food. 


10 comments:

  1. So many varieties of delicious food at Sky Avenue restaurants. Good to read your blog post so I know which restaurants I want to go when I am there.

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    1. Thank you for reading my blog post. It's always good to know a little about the restaurants and the food they serve before dining there.

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  2. It was a very good experience trying all the different types of food but wished we had more time. Hehe...

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    1. Yes, great experience trying various food. More time would definitely be better.

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  3. So much good food in that short amount of time. Looking forward to visit Genting soon. After easing your blog I feel my stomach growling.

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    1. Haha... I also felt hungry while writing the post at night. You can plan your trip to Genting soon.

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  4. wa so many food! must be very full after that hehe.

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    1. Yes, very full until I didn't feel hungry for the next 22 hours!

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  5. I think I would be so full just by eating those Custard Pau and BBQ Pork Bun. Then I will fall asleep :)

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    1. Haha... We will feel sleepy when we are full. Those Custard Pau and BBQ Pork Bun are too cute to be eaten.

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