Miegrand Seafood Restaurant Genting Highlands

Did you know just a few km below Genting Highlands, there is this affordable nice chinese restaurant? If you do not want to spend your hard earned cash on all the marked up priced food in Genting Highlands, just hop by to this place at Mushroom Farm instead. The restaurant is called Miegrand Seafood Restaurant.

Restaurant Genting Highlands
Affordably prices good chinese cuisine


The cool thing is, the restaurant provides van shuttles pickup at First World Plaza lobby area. All you have to do is just to dial the number 03-61012566 and mention how many people would be dining and the van will arrive within 10 minutes.

The other day, we decided to catch a quick lunch at Miegrand Seafood Restaurant. Within 15 minutes we were already down at the restaurant ordering our dishes. It was just a quarter past 12 and the crowd was already building up. I guess quite a number of people likes this place. Do check out some of the dishes we ordered below.

Restaurant Genting Highlands
#1 Chinese Tea - RM3
Restaurant Genting Highlands
#2 Long Beans - RM10
Restaurant Genting Highlands
#3 Sizzling Claypot Tofu - RM 10
Restaurant Genting Highlands
#4 Sweet Sour Pork - RM17
Restaurant Genting Highlands
#5 Fried Fish - RM 27
I loved the sweet and sour pork the most as it was really crispy. As for the fish, usually we would order the steamed fish, but we were in a rush that day so fried fish it was. The sizzling claypot tofu with egg tasted great too especially when taken hot! The prices may seem like your usual chinese cuisine restaurant prices, but if you compare it to eating at those chinese restaurants up in Genting Highlands, I can say it's really cheap!

Miegrand Seafood Restaurant
Mushroom Farm,
Business Hours: 7.00am - 9.30pm
03-61012566
012-2947962
017-6652236
012-2857817
Van: BCR1226

At the end of my meal, I even managed to get a Magnum ice-cream for myself. A happy stomach sometimes makes you do happy stuffs such as getting an ice-cream and posing with it!

Restaurant Genting Highlands
I just love Magnum ice-creams, don't you?




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29 comments :

  1. Nikelkhor11:06 PM

    wow.. got such place d ar.. thanks for recommend to me..

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  2. The food at Genting Highland is abit pricey hor. Tea usually costs about RM2 per person in KL, long beans I can get for RM8, sizzling claypot tofu is satisfactory,sweet and sour pork plus fried fish are ok priced :) overall the food looks awesome! I usually go down straight to KL lol! I didn't even know there is this restaurant at the cendawan park LOL btw how much is the magnum ice cream costs

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  3. Magnum ice cream! =.= you look so yeng in the pic but with a kiddy crave... :P

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  4. there are a lot of nice and cheap food in Gohtong Jaya!

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  5. hildamilda11:14 PM

    The restaurant name sounds like migrain :P I love sizzling claypot tofu and sweet&sour pork! I think the price is really reasonable.

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  6. Simon, ya bro, but gohotng Jaya is like so many kilometers away >< this one they provide transport service for you, and 10mins to arrive

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  7. CW, you haven't tried the prices up in Genting Highlands itself? It can easily tripled this price. The nice thing about this restaurant is they provide van service, and its reasonably priced.

    Lol, magnum ice cream is Genting priced at RM4.50

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  8. Nikel, there is, and if your family is up there, should really try it.

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  9. Eli, hahahaha the ice cream really really good ok! :P

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  10. Smallkucing11:26 PM

    eh not that pricey wor. I thought it would have been more expensive

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  11. hahaha not that bad what. i think is pretty good:) we put more camwhore pic in future posts :D

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  12. wow ! the food is so yummy ! =D

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  13. What? That fried fish cost RM27? :D

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  14. Yum! Yum! Look at the crowd! Those people really dumb - everything so expensive, no business... This one cheaper, everybody goes there...and with such good turnover, they make all the money. Food looks good.

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  15. P.S. I prefer Romero...but no more, so these days, I also go for Magnum. I like...Lick! Lick! LOL!!!

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  16. Ooooo.... looks like not bad. The taufu looks good, makes me feel like want to eat them.

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  17. I'm not a fan of fishes... especially if they are steamed, but if it's fried, I think I can stomach it.

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  18. Thanks for the intro, nice and affordable food beneath the 'top of the cloud'. Read in the news a group of tourist gotta pay RM200+ each as the bill was over thousands of ringgit.

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  19. yes, i,m hantu magnum.....choc favor..yummy..

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  20. i love magnum ice-cream too but with the almonds..

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  21. STP, actually even though its expensive up at the peak, people still spend there. All rich people. :)

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  22. STP, LOL, I don't know about Romero icecreams.. but magnum is really good. Pity the price is a bit too high for everyday consumption

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  23. Sui Ying5:19 PM

    this is a good information. thanks and appreciate it. Next time must drop by.. instead of getting the expensive food all day long in Genting.

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  24. oii mana ni? LOL remember bring me go =P

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  25. wait is at Genting? hahahaha no need then haha =P coz I dun like go travel mountain, good post!

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  26. Alice Law9:32 PM

    Tht's our regular too, I always order its deep fried oyster mushroom, YUM! ... magnum ice cream... has been quite some time I missed it, used to be my regular too, lol!

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  27. Submerryn11:21 PM

    Haha.. like the LAST pic! :P Next time unwrapped it lah! Show us the ice-cream! :D

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  28. the foods in this post remind me of my mom! all like mom's cooked food! :)

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  29. Anonymous3:22 PM

    Will be staying at the awana resort genting end of the year. Does the restaurant provide transport from this hotel?

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