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Din Tai Fung And Malaysian Food Street, Gentings

SPENT A COUPLE OF HOURS IN OUR MINI SIZE ROOM TO REFRESH OURSELVES... and soon it was time for Food again!  Dinner time!!  Where shall we go, I asked my girl... and as usual, she knows where and what she wants... for our dinner, we went to Din Tai Fung restaurant, a Taiwanese restaurant.  We had a simple dinner... everything seems to be very pricey... my girl has a small appetite and needless to say, so do I... ahemmmmmm....
A bowl of noodles.. and some desserts... 

This was what we ordered... forgot the price...
Everything seems to be around RM20...
A thousand layers cake.. so it is called.... 
This condiments was served... 
and what I did was to "sapu" the layer cake piece by piece with the
sweet milk and the black sesame paste thereafter.... 
And then I wonder if I was doing it right or not! LOL..... 
My girl ordered this for me... she knows this is my favourite dessert!
Yes, this was our simple dinner for the first night... 
Savoury and Sweet....
After our dinner, it was all walking and exploring... 
Malaysian Food Street was at the other end near Resorts Hotel.....
And the Malaysian food concept such as these....
No, we did not have order any food here... we were already full as proven in this picture..
*My full tummy*
Our footprints here and there... 
Exploring the outdoors... 
By the time we went back to our room, we were very tired...
Very soon we were sound asleep 
even it was our first night in an unfamiliar room.... 

Comments

  1. I like to eat at Din Tai Fung. Lovely photo of you and your daughter. Good bonding time in Genting.

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    1. I think it is the second time for me only... eating in DTF...

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  2. The noodles and cake look so yummy! I also like the green shutters, and that interesting roof in the last picture. Fabulous and beautiful picture of you and your girl!!! That is my favorite.

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  3. Still alive, this one? Two of the Hong Kong ones already tutup kedai. Why are there a lot of cat statues like the ones in Kuching?

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    1. this one is from Taiwan and not Hong Kong.

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    2. Yes, Mun is right..DTF is from Taiwan...

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  4. Love the last photo of you and your girl.

    And wow! A thousand layer crepe!?

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    1. Yeah, resorts are always more expensive than the normal shops..

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  6. I like the way their pricing in all the menus. It is quite reasonable and don't slaughter people like before.

    The last photo shows the feng shui elements on the arch which is the eagle's claws to drain everyone's money esp the gamblers. There are more such features inside and it was being shared by a foreign sifu on the TV documentary.

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