Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Amazing to see so many more halal food outlets there now. It is so easy to get halal food now.
One of the food I always enjoy when in Melbourne is the roast chicken with stuffing and chips.
1/4 chicken with loads of chips cost only AUD6.50
Check out my article on the roast chicken shop in Brunswick, Melbourne.
Thursday, October 2, 2008
The serving size though could be better improved for the price paid.. My partner had to order additional food coz he wasnt full with his spaghetti..
I tried the famous scones and jam and butter..
The verdict..I think the scone still cant beat the scone sold at Cafe in Kinokuniya KLCC.
Then I had a chicken lasagna..which unfortunately has more vege than the chicken and taste not that great..
My partner had spaghetti..which wasnt enough for him..
so then he ordered fried rice..which turned out to be the best meal we had at T-Cafe Cameron Highlands..
But anyway..it was worth trying..since me and my cousins had always wanted to go there but its usually closed on Sundays..
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
So...where did we end up eating in brinchang? look out for the next post.... :)
Saturday, September 27, 2008
The Rainbow Hotel is a 5 storey building with lifts. It has various sizes of rooms, i.e. superior, deluxe. We got a room which can fit 3 person for only RM170 per night (walk-in rate on Saturday). If we had pre-booked it, we could have gotten it at only RM140 per night.
The room had 1 queen bed & 1 single bed. good value if you travelling in 3 person group.
The staff were friendly, though a bit sly at the time we checked in. Coz when we first visited the hotel, we were told the room is RM160. Then when we came back, we were told the price is RM170 by a senior staff. It was rather dissapointing to be told wrong info, or maybe they were just trying to earn side income.
Anyway..its still quite good value considering its convenient location in Cameron Highlands.
Monday, September 22, 2008
The prices can be rather expensive though, but it just depends on your budget..
If you are on really tight budget, one of the cheapest places to eat is at the Cold Storage takeway food area.
You can get a pack of fried rice or fried noodles for only RM 2.20 (USD0.60) . The fried rice is slightly spicy, but rather tasty actually even for a quick lunch if you happen to be on job assignments in KLCC.
Sunday, June 22, 2008
The hotel is located at Jalan Wong Ah Fook.
The Immigration office & Causeway to Singapore are only 5 minutes walk to the hotel.
It is also just 5 minutes walk to City Square Shopping Mall. In addition, food is easily avalable in the hotels surrounding area.
I stayed here twice during my visits to Johor this year. Its great value for the money paid, and would be even more worthwhile if you are travelling in group of 3.
I only paid RM120 for a large room with King Sized Bed, and this includes breakfast.
If you are travelling in group of 3, you may wanna consider getting an extra bed. That will work out to be about RM50/person. Better than spending about the same for the cheap backpackers hostels but having sleepless nights.