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Lunch At Madam Kwan's, Sky Avenue, Gentings

WE REACHED GENTINGS BEFORE NOON... Just nice to have our lunch and before that, we walked around and checked out what the Sky Avenue have in store for us.... According to my friend who had stayed there for two nights, she recommended a place where it is worth eating and going.. that, we waited till the next day to explore...

For our lunch, we settled for Madam Kwan!  It has been a long time since I last went to this place, that was a couple of years back, in One-Utama if I am not mistaken.  But I clearly remember how the crispy fried chicken taste like, it was fabulous... since Madam Kwan is here in Sky Avenue, I must pay a visit to her once again...
From the Splendour of Genting, we walked to find out what they have... 


Oh, my favorite stall is here!
Something interesting here.... I suppose!
Burger & Lobster!
Heard that this is most popular around here.... 
Since this is most popular, we have to make our mark here... LOL...
Then we proceeded to have our lunch at Madam Kwan's... 
Ordered the famous Nasi Lemak consisting of sambal prawns, beef rendang and fried chicken..
Cost around RM32 or RM35?
My girl bought this as desserts at the Tokyo Secret.. around RM10.90... 
And that was our lunch.... 
A picture to remember...
Marking our presence after lunch.... 
After a couple of hours, my friend left for Ipoh...
And my girl and I went back to our room to have a good rest!

Comments

  1. You did not go for the lobsters?

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  2. Oh...got Madam Kwans there too, eh? So got eat lobsters or not? hee..hee..

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  3. The Nasi Lemak looks good, I like the fried chicken

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  4. I love walking around with you and seeing all the eating shops! So you went to Madame Kwan and the Burger and Lobster for your two meals? Everything looks so yummy. And the ceiling is so unique. Why is it called Sky Avenue...is it up very high?

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    1. Gentings is up on the mountains.. so perhaps the name is created..

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  5. I am also curious to know- did you queue up for lobsters?

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  6. Seems that Genting has undergone lots of changes. Enjoy yourself, Claire!

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  7. i will go for the dessert as i got sweet tooth...

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