As per the restaurant name - Garden View, it has its vegetable and poultry farm at the backyard. We are a little hungry so we stopped at the first restaurant immediately after we turned into Kampung Bukit Tinggi. The strategic location and a car parking lots in front of the restaurant has ease its customers. The menu book shown the dishes with photo, with prices to help customer to make their order. After placing the order, I realise I can go for a walk to the farm, there are vegetable farm and fish pond behind, the hen is keep to very big size, maybe just for showing.
Favorite Dish: There are many choice of their home cook, so do the organic vegetable and self farming fish and chicken as per the waiter who take the order.
We ordered 2 vegetable, fish paste fried with mushroom and fried homemade prawn cake.
The fish paste with mushroom is RM25, the bill is RM 60 for 4 persons.
There are many choice of restaurant if you want to have your meal at Berjaya Hills. In the French Village there are a few restaurants which serve local and Western Food. The Ryo Zan Tei - Japanese Restaurant in Japanese Village has some dinners too. The menu is display before the steps to the restaurant tells the price is a little expensive.
Located at "Colmar Tropicale" main street.
French fries RM 5
double scoup ece cream RM 7.50
Coke RM 7.00
Min. Water RM 4.00
Carlsberg/Tiger RM 17
Coffee/Tee RM 8
Pizza Margherita small RM 28
Pasta Carbonara RM 24
Casear Salad RM 18
(plus 15 %)
The only Japanese restaurant in Malaysia that is located in the midst of a tropical rainforest high up in the hills of the Main Range. With a menu that offers everything from a bowl of udon to an authentic bento, it is the perfect place to relax after a visit to the Japanese Village.
The only Japanese Restaurant that can be found on Bukit Tinggi is Ryo Zan Tei Japanese Restaurant at the Japanese Garden.
I didnt had a chance to have a meal here. So try it and let me know how good it taste.
A sidewalk deli serving pastries, pastas and pizzas. Expensive but tastes good.
Favorite Dish: Try the pasta Carbonara, Alfredo and french fries.
Good local and american breakfast
Favorite Dish: Roti Canai or as they say in Singapore - Roti Prata.
They do it fresh and hot.
I think the word means Coat of Arms.
The barbeque dinner was excellent. Good food, good sceneray, good atmosphere, what more could you ask for.
Favorite Dish: Barbequed prawns on a stick.