Tuesday, October 27, 2009

RESTORAN FOON LOCK-BUKIT TINGGI, BENTONG

After the late 8 course dinner and more entertainment in Genting Highland, we overslept and missed our buffet breakfast.

On our way back to KL, we stopped by Gohtong Jaya to visit a strawberry and mushroom farm.


Then we drove eastward to Kg Bukit Tinggi, Bentong for our lunch.

There were quite a number of restaurants to choose from and we settled for Restoran Foon Lock as it was packed with people (a sure sign of good food).

A pretty lass took our order and within twenty minutes all the food were served.

Claypot Tilapia-came in a huge claypot but filled with a small fish (700g) the fish was very fresh and sat on a gravy of good grade Soy sauce, onion and sliced Bentong ginger-Rm18/.

Stir fried fresh moist and earthy mushrooms with diced garlic, sweet peas, ginger and carrot-delicious!-Rm12/

Steamed Udang Galah (river prawn-500g) with egg white-was super fresh, sweet and succulent-Rm33/.

Stir fried sweet Potato leaves with Sambal Belacan (chilli prawn paste)-too bland, no oomph!-Rm10/


Total bill:Rm80/
Location:84, Kg Bukit Tinggi,
Bentong, Pahang.
Tel:09-233-0170/012-955-3832.

14 comments:

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

foods look ok..... ah... my last visit to Genting did not stop by the mushroom and strawberry farm. Guess my gal would love it. lol

Selba said...

Whoaaa.. what a nice strawberry farm! We have also here but without so many strawberries, hehehe..

Duckie said...

wow not bad le ... and i think price is quite reasonable too!!!

SimpleGirl said...

steamed prawns should b real great ya!!!

J2Kfm said...

everytime we travelled to Genting, we never had any food in Gohtong Jaya, Bentong, and the likes.
always wondered what to eat on the highlands. which can be very pricey.

Junglefrog said...

Must have been fun to visit that strawberry and mushroom farm! Looks great and so does the food!

foodbin said...

FParadise-children will love it.
Selba-quite expensive-self picking Rm30/kg.
Duckie-affordable.
SGirl-it was!
J2Kfm-what about some tai chow in the defunct mushroom farm behind First World hotel.
Junglefrog-thanks! it was fun.

worldwindows said...

The fresh mushroom stir-fried and thicken with some cornflour is my favourite.

foodbin said...

wwindows-with a very refreshing and earthy flavor.

el-f said...

Love visiting your blog. All those close-ups of food makes me feel soooo hungry! Pity I'm inching towards being a vegetarian. Hope you don't mind if I add a link to your blog. Good food should be shared, ya?

foodbin said...

el-f-welcome,of course go ahead with the link.

Sin Tai Lim said...

The pricing sound reasonable will try it in future....TQ

foodbin said...

Sin Tai Hin-reasonable price and there are some stalls outside selling vegetables and fruits, too.

CUMI & CIKI said...

Wa.. Nostalgic la.. Seeing the mushroon farm! C&c must go bk to good ole days of explorin again soon. Food at bkt tinggi looks divine!