Eat @ B5 Revisited @ Resort Hotel – Genting Highlands, Malaysia


Revisiting this place again after one over year. I have previously written on this place before (http://wp.me/pCcuC-Iw) but this time we have tried many other stuffs which we never tried before.

Signage
Signage
Looks the same
Looks the same
Price list on the chicken rice side
Price list on the chicken rice side
Big Pau RM$5 - All time favourite... as big as my hand.
Big Pau RM$5 – All time favourite… as big as my hand.
This coffee is pretty good. RM$2.50
This coffee is pretty good. RM$2.50
Zhu Chang Fen RM$9.00 - Another all time favourite. Seems like this time there are more ingredients also... Or is it because I ordered? Hmmm...
Zhu Chang Fen RM$9.00 – Another all time favourite. Seems like this time there are more ingredients also… Or is it because I ordered? Hmmm…
Pan Mee RM$9 - Saw many people eating this so ordered to share with mum. To our surprise, this is actually quite good! The broth is really nice but a little too salty.
Pan Mee RM$9 – Saw many people eating this so ordered to share with mum. To our surprise, this is actually quite good! The broth is really nice but a little too salty.
See, so much ingredients inside.
See, so much ingredients inside.
First time trying this curry   mee RM$9
First time trying this curry mee RM$9
A little heavy, spicy but taste pretty good.
A little heavy, spicy but taste pretty good.
Had this nixed vegetable rice over one lunch RM$9 - Huge portion and really not bad.
Had this nixed vegetable rice over one lunch RM$9 – Huge portion and really not bad.
Fried Hokkien Mee RM$10 - First time trying this and it was pretty good. The taste is pretty close to the good one in KL. Must eat with the garlic and green chilli, all mix together.
Fried Hokkien Mee RM$10 – First time trying this and it was pretty good. The taste is pretty close to the good one in KL. Must eat with the garlic and green chilli, all mix together.
Wan Ton Mee RM$9.00 - Also first time trying. Typical Malaysian Wan Ton Mee cos of the black sauce. Noodles are springy, char siew is good but fried wan ton not crispy, prolly left there too long. Overall quite nice.
Wan Ton Mee RM$9.00 – Also first time trying. Typical Malaysian Wan Ton Mee cos of the black sauce. Noodles are springy, char siew is good but fried wan ton not crispy, prolly left there too long. Overall quite nice.

Rating: 4/5.

Taste: Overall still good.

Portion: Above average for some, average for some.

Service: Self service.

Ambience: Natural cold air from outside, some people do smoke inside.

Price: Stated.

RTE: All the time!

Location: Basement 5 of Resort Hotel, Genting Highlands.

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