Genting Highlands 9100 Seafood Restaurant

This 9100 Seafood Restaurant is located just next to Miegrand Restaurant up at the mushroom farm in Genting Highlands. Since I was up there a couple of days, I had the chance to dine there too, just to check out what is the difference. It was my first time dining in this restaurant, as I was told the food were slightly pricier.

The entrance, notice Miegrand restaurant is further up in front.

The ambience, with large round tables for families.


Similar to Miegrand Restaurant, 9100 Seafood Restaurant has their own fleet of vans to bring you down from Genting Highlands with just a phone call. Their number is 03-6101 2864, do take note if you're planning at getting some good chinese cuisine without the hefty Genting price tag. This round there were 7 of us coming for lunch, hence we ordered more dishes. Check out the dishes below.

#1 Steamed "pak suk kong" fish - RM45
#2 Pork with yam - RM22
#3 Fried Tofu with Spices & Salted Fish - RM27
#4 Assorted Mushrooms - RM 20
#5 Fried Pork With Dried Chili - RM18
#6 Vegetables - RM 8

Six dishes were served, and what do I think of them? Check out below on what I thought they tasted and whether it was worth the price quoted.

#1 Steamed "pak suk kong" fish - RM45
- I'm okay with the price as I was told this fish with the long "janggut" was pricey. But the fish itself I felt wasn't fresh. Normally restaurants like this would immediately catch the fish alive, this one felt like it was taken from the refrigerator. Anyway that's only my opinion.

#2 Pork with yam - RM22
Tasted good, I have always liked this dish as the taste went well together.

#3 Fried Tofu with Spices & Salted Fish - RM27
I personally felt this was a bit pricey even though it tasted great! Come on, it's only tofu. Anyway according to the shop owner, this was their specialty dish. 

#4 Assorted Mushrooms - RM 20
- We're at a mushroom farm, you don't leave without ordering their home-grown assorted mushroom. With each spoonful, I knew I was having good mushrooms.

#5 Fried Pork With Dried Chili - RM18
- I especially liked the fact they deep fried the pork slices until it's crispy before stir frying it with the chilli and black sauce. My favourite dish among the 6!

#6 Vegetables - RM 8
- Well, it's vegetables. Not too salty, and very reasonably priced. 

9100 Seafood Restaurant
Mushroom Farm,
Business Hours: 24 hours
03-61012864

Overall a good meal for a family of 7 including me. The price is a bit pricey as compared to the restaurant next door, but I guess it's worth it. Do check these restaurants out the next time you happen to be up in Genting Highlands. I leave you with this rather cool looking Turtle Dragon statue located at the front of the Mushroom Farm.

Not sure what it represents, but should be something good!



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30 comments :

Smallkucing said...

the fish quite cheap considering it's Pak so kung but too bad like u said not that fresh. food looks good. will go there if i go up Genting

suituapui said...

Another place in Genting? Prices look ok, food also. If like that, can go Genting again. People say sooooo expensive, not worth going.

hildamilda said...

First time knowing that there's fish called Pak So Kung :P

Reanact said...

Hey, the prices are very moderate.. reasonable! Never been there before.. thanks for the info!

Crazywrazy said...

@Isaac: you visited how many restaurants at genting LOL! Is there any more restaurant left, annyway that pat sok kong (aka cat fish) is usually expensive and weighs the most on the head portion! the assorted mushroom is rather pricey, you can get about RM15 in KL though. LOL at the turtle body, dragon head. Isaac crouching, hidden tiger :P

Huai Bin Poh said...

Nice! I'm not a big fan of the food in Genting - mostly franchise operations that overcharge and somehow manage to come out bland tasting too. Oh, I used to be a regular at Genting but I didn't even know restaurants provide a shuttle service! Interesting. Is it free?

Caroline May Ling said...

All the foods looks not bad wor! ;) but well i guess its hard to get fresh seafoods in kl. :/ that's the reason why i dnt like to eat seafood at here compare to KK. :)

Bananazஇ People said...

Bananaz always link seafood close by to the sea and how come there are so many "seafood" restaurants up in highlands right at a mushroom farm. Why*Ask*Why? haha. This place looks lesser crowd than your previous post...same time as the last?

Isaac Tan said...

Hi There, omg it's such a pleasure to have you drop by my blog. :) Well, they provide the shuttle services free of charge! Thats why I keep using it to makan at mushroom farm everytime I'm up in Genting. Lol

Isaac Tan said...

Small Kucing, you're right. But the previous restaurant I went to Miegrand, which was next door had fresher pak so kung, and cheaper too. Haha, I'm a regular of that restaurant.

Isaac Tan said...

STP, yup, both places just next to each other :P From my house in Wangsa Maju, its only a 35 minutes drive up to the top of Genting Highland.

Isaac Tan said...

Hilda, well, its a very nice fish, and expensive too :P

Isaac Tan said...

Claire, Thanks for dropping by again! XD The next time you're up in Genting Highlands try the restaurnt next door, named Miegrand

Isaac Tan said...

CW, lol, I was up there 2 days :)

Isaac Tan said...

Caroline, thanks for dropping by tonight! I'm so thankful for readers such as yourself. Makes me feel happy blogging.

Isaac Tan said...

Bananaz, You may be right! XD Their seafood might mean the fishes are reared in an aquiarium, hence the term seafood :P The crowd is lesser, coz the previous restaurant was the more famous one. I just wanted to try out a different restaurant. I was up in Genting highlands for 2 days that time, so ate at mushroom farm twice. Lol

wenn said...

i like that turtle dragon statue!

ivan_5354 said...

haha the tofu's so so so expensive.. considering that it's just tofu..

Nava Krishnan said...

the food looks so lovely and sometimes its worth paying a little bit more for the taste.

Eugeneung said...

Ok, the be frank, i think the price is ok,,, considering way up there kan? hey, you really are enjoying yourself in KL,,,

wilee said...

i want food !

Gratitude said...

Hi Isaac, my debut into your blog comments ;). Thank you so much for this info. My Mom and her relatives make their monthly pilgrimage to pay respects to Uncle Lim Rofl! and they always complained about the lousy food with expensive price tags. I didn't know there were pickup services. Shall recommend them to visit Miegrand since you prefer it over 9100. The pak sook kung looks delish!

Thanks again ya ;)

Alice Law said...

Surprisingly the price ain't tht expensive ya? I reckon some places in K.L are lots more pricey thn the Mushroom restaurant!

Isaac Tan said...

Wenn, well its suppose to mean something, but I'm not sure ><

Isaac Tan said...

Ivan, yea bro, it's quite pricey, but delicious!

Isaac Tan said...

Nava, you're so right!!

Isaac Tan said...

Eugene, price is ok. It's not by choice that i'm up in Genting. So happened the in laws were up there, so I had to bring their daughter up to see them! Haha

Isaac Tan said...

Wilee, jom pergi makan!! Haha

Isaac Tan said...

Alice, You're right! Actually the price at this mushroom farm is similarly priced as KL. Unlike Genting prices which are exhorbitant!!

Isaac Tan said...

Gratitude! Hi, do leave your blog address if you have so I could pay a visit back! You're welcome, I always feel happy to share good food, or information which can benefit others. Do try out the restaurants and tell me how it was! XD


Have a good day!