On the first night we have steamboat dinner at Jasmine Garden, a Chinese restaurant. Look at the amount of ingredients that they gave for 2 of us!!! There is another plate that held the noodles and eggs. Err sorry no pics on the steamboat itself as I was busy taking care of my
Second night, the voucher given was for western set dinner at Rainforest Coffee House. We both have mushroom soup, grilled chicken, a scoop of ice-cream and tea/coffee. I think I would rather stick to Jasmine Garden (hence the small pics shown here hehehe but click on them if you wanna see how they really looked like). The grilled chicken came coated with batter and deep fried instead of being grilled. *blah* I had to removed the coating as it was way too thick. We ordered tuna sandwich for boiboi, they served it with 2 slices of toasted white bread and with very little tuna fillings that my boiboi only had a couple of bites!
I gave my serving of ice-cream to boiboi and he lapped everything up in no time. After he had cleaned out the cup, just take a look at what he did in order to savour the last drop... thank goodness he did not lick the cup clean instead heh :p
Bala's Chalet's scones and ginger tea. Taste wise the scones are not bad but a bit thin in shape and not as fluffy. Well at least they're not served with whipped cream!!!
We also have scones at Boh Tea Centre. On top of that hubby bought a slice of lemon butter cake and a strawberry jam tart. The scones are pretty good as compared to those served prior their renovation. It's too bad they do not heat up for us and they are served with butter and pre-packed strawberry jam.
The lemon butter cake was surprisingly good and moist. The lemony taste was just nice and not overly tangy.
This strawberry jam tart was darn pathetic! The pastry no doubt flaky and light but the jam was merely a light coating over the tart case and covered with more pastry in lattice pattern. Soooo stingy on the jam when strawberries were abundance in Cameron Highlands.
I had the teh tarik (pulled milk tea) which is absolutely lovely and a great way to counter the strong cold wind blowing at the tip of the tea centre.
That's about all we had eaten in Cameron Highlands and nothing much to shout about. It hasn't been convenient to bring my boiboi out in the rain scouring for food but overall we're quite satisfied except for the dinner at Rainforest Coffee House. Hoped you have enjoyed my Cameron Highlands series. Biscuit... it's time to plan for a trip ;-)
Cameron Highlands Part 1: The Land of Work Horses
Cameron Highlands Part 2: Sam Poh Chi
Cameron Highlands Part 3: Heritage Hotel
Cameron Highlands Part 4: Rose Valley
Cameron Highlands Part 5: Bala's Holiday Chalet
Cameron Highlands Part 6: Cactus Valley
Cameron Highlands Part 7: Cameron Valley Tea House
Cameron Highlands Part 8: The Sungei Palas Tea Centre
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