|Fraser Hill Food | Kheng Yuan Lee Eating Shop|
|Monday, 03 September 2012 00:00|
Fraser Hill FoodI guess this is my first encounter of seeing an 'Eating Shop' at the facade of a quaint kopitiam. Though coffee shop is a name that we are familiar with, technically speaking, it is correct to refer to as 'Eating Shop' that is literally translated from 'Kedai Makan'.
Enough of the debate on the name, this post introduces the first meals we had on Fraser's Hill. Located right after the gate, you'd notice Kheng Yuan Lee Eating Shop on the left as soon as one passes the welcoming board - Selamat Datang ke Bukit Fraser.
Not that we were starving, but we were dying to rush out from our car after an exhausted journey against turns and sharp corners from The Gap foothill. Since this is a decent place to unwind, we made it our first stop for second breakfast. When we're traveling, we tend to nibble food, eat less but very frequent .
Walled up in stone, attached with 2-piece white door, the patio tables were occupied by cyclists who had just completed their mission. We walked in through the white wooden doors. Plain interior, but a traditional clock and rectangular mirror retain the charm from the past. The owner is also the only waitstaff that serves the whole restaurant, a friendly 'uncle' in 40s (I think). Speaks fluent English, chatty, he told us about the new road downhill, thus there is no more traffic control at The Gap. This certainly makes the peak more attractive, without a fixed schedule to watch.
The menu is detailed a laminated A4, printed on both sides. A non-halal eatery, they also serve chicken, prawn, tofu to vegetables aside from pork. We saw some diners tried out their fried stuff thus we opted for fried noodles (RM6) and fried beehoon (RM6).
In addition to the typical Chinese menu, Kheng Yuan Lee offers steamboat for a group of 8 people and above. To indulge in the hot-pot experience, RM30 for an adult and RM18 for a child, plus pre-order is required. If you arrive earlier or stay over, you have a spot for food steaming fun amidst the luxury of cold and nature.
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|Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 August 2012 02:35|
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