With over a hundred Food & Beverage outlets in SkyAvenue, Resorts World Genting, one needs to visit numerous times just to dine at a fraction of the restaurants. Well, here is a list of Top 6 recommended restaurants that I have compiled, so that you won’t feel overwhelmed and will know which to “attack” first, as a newbie to Resorts World Genting in general, and SkyAvenue in particular.
Check out my personal favourites, in alphabetical order.
This new outlet sells economy rice-style meals. Best known for the variety of curries, their signature items include mutton curry and sambal sauce.
Popular on the à la carte menu is curry fish head. Priced at around RM61 for a full fish head, it is good for about 5 – 6 pax. As a foodie of all types of curries, I am definitely coming back for the curry fish head one day!
I recall what a delicious meal I had the pleasure to enjoy previously at Morganfield’s, SkyAvenue.
This time, we were recommended the mini platter of pork ribs with five different sauces. The flavours are: Black Pepper, Garlic, BBQ, Asian and Rib Rub (Original).
Do take note that this mini platter is not available on the menu. However, what’s being offered is a full-size platter of ribs, in a single flavour. This platter was launched just a month ago.
Koreans can really tolerate spicy food. I didn’t expect that, till I got a taste of Samyeang Superstars by Domino’s Pizza.
NeNe Chicken, which means “Yes Yes Chicken” in Korean, is where to look for a serious oomph in your chicken. Even writing this, I can feel my scalp sweating. That’s the reminiscence of eating the Freaking Hot NeNe Chicken. It was so spicy that I teared.
Luckily there’s Original, Bulgogi and Swicy (sweet & sour) to opt for, if you do not have such an adventurous palate.
From the name of this outlet, you know that you will be served noodles – not just any kind but freshly made ones. Highly recommended noodles are: Wanton Mee, Assam Laksa Penang and Curry Laksa Ipoh.
The item that I had is called “Little Bowl Noodles”. Do you see that the bowls are even smaller than Boat Noodle? I actually like this 4-in-1 set because with just one order, I was able to eat four different bowls of noodles: Laksa, Green Curry, Curry & Prawn Mee.
In fact, you can even pick your own flavours. What a brilliant idea, don’t you think so?
Like Babajia, Richdad is also an outlet that is open 24/7. Hungry in the middle of the night or in the wee hours of the morning? Don’t worry, Richdad has your back.
Serving a variety of local and Asian cuisines, Richdad has introduced a range of Breakfast Sets, to start our day with. Seen in this photo are two items from the Breakfast Set menu: Half-boiled Eggs & Toast with Coffee and Nasi Lemak with Tea.
Royale Vietnam Restaurant
Living in Ipoh where it is so difficult to find authentic Vietnamese cuisine, Royale Vietnam Restaurant is one that I try not to give a pass while visiting Resorts World Genting. Of course, Royale Vietnam is also in Kuala Lumpur but I have yet to come across it.
These were the three items that we ordered, including chef’s recommendations of Flaming Coconut Seafood Curry and Tay Giang Bamboo Fried Rice. Tell me if you are salivating already!
If you are also from Ipoh, you might want to know that it is very convenient to visit SkyAvenue! There is a bus that departs daily for Genting Highlands from Terminal Amanjaya at 10.30am. The fare is only RM35 one way (adult). Passengers disembark at First World Hotel, which is connected to SkyAvenue. The trip takes about 3.5 hours one way. Enjoy yourself!
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