Genting Highlands, where dreams come true, and food prices sky rocket. I was up there the other night with family, when we decided to have a supper of sorts, nothing too heavy.
Most of the shops inside First World Plaza, Genting highlands served heavy meals, so this particular diner attracted my attention. The tagline read "Freshly Made Noodles" while the restaurant name was called Only Mee, located within First World Plaza on the ground floor.
|Front view of the diner|
Well we ordered the wan tan mee, a bowl of soba udon soup, some bbq chicken rice with extra servings of bbq chicken, and a spaghetti dish. There were 8 of us in total, so you can roughly guess the number of servings. Anyway have a look below at some pictures I took of the food.
|Spaghetti Bolognese Set (comes with chicken wanton, and fruit juice) - RM 19.90|
|The wanton included with the set.|
|The fruit juice included in set (A choice of either apple or orange juice)|
|Soba Udon Japan (which doesn't really look the part) - RM 14|
|Ipoh Sar Hor Fun - RM 11|
|Wan Tan Mee Set (comes with chicken wanton and fruit juice) - RM 19.90|
|BBQ Chicken Rice Set (with wanton and juice) - RM 19.90|
|An extra order of BBQ Chicken - RM 9.5|
What was my take on this late night meal? I find the taste really lacking, either the shop is closing soon and the food isn't fresh anymore, or the workers the restaurant hired did a poor job preparing the food. It tasted rather bland, I wouldn't say tasteless, but the taste just comes out funny. For example the wan tan mee tasted too sweet, and the BBQ chicken meat had chopped chilies added to it.
For the price we paid for, which amounted to RM138.15 for 8 people, I dare say I don't plan to have a meal here next time. There are a whole bunch of other better restaurants around. But if you do insist on trying the food here, by all means, do try it. During the day, behind the glass panes, you can see the chefs preparing the noodles (Hand made).