Cook and waiter don't give a dam. Waited long time for food and asked why they said forgot. I just walk away.
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What better place to have our brunch than the popular Good Friends Restaurant with its admittedly limited selection of satisfactory Dim Sum? We had the usual favorites like Siu Mai, Har Gao, Fried Radish Cake, Lor Mai Kai, and Char Siu Pau, which was quite...More
The bak kut teh is atrocious!! At RM32 per mini claypot, the portion size is just pathetic. Taste is even worse - black and salty, zero herbal taste! The mini spare ribs(or rather funny meat-bone stuff) numbered 2, 3 & there’s really nothing much inside....More
A restaurant that has been here since Genting started. Still serving quality food at cheap price. Love the egg tarts, porridge and salted egg bun. A must eat every time I’m at genting. With the renovations going on it might be abit far to walk...More
Water/waitress seems not focusing and enjoying their work. Food portion is average, taste is average but price is rather high which is completely normal in Genting
As we are Genting Resort World card member, we can purchased certain menu at special price for card members only. Very cosy and clean environment. Good service and the food was delicous too.
This is one restaurant that I will always go back to for a meal... Either for the dim sum or Chinese comfort food. Prices are value for money by Genting standards.
Compared to other restaurants in Genting Highland, this place is cheap in prices, but nonetheless, very good in terms of service and food quality. If you looking for a simple elegant brunch or just an afternoon tea, this is definitely the place for you! If...More
Dim sum standard has dropped substantially probably due to lesser human traffic flow in this part of Genting Highlands due to most going to the Skyavenue restaurants. Food nothing to shout about and most items ran out though it was considered still early when we...More