With the group spending RM10.38 billion on various developments to attract a discerning crowd, you'll be assured that the new and revamped stylish places to eat in Genting Highlands will be of the highest level, taste-wise.
Malaysian Food Street
Local street food is both a highlight and a defining feature for visitors to Malaysia. For locals, it is a way of life – where we hang out, drop by for a quick meal and depend on daily for cheap and fuss-free nourishment. Genting Resorts World’s spanking new Malaysian Food Street is a novel culinary concept that brings the best of street food from various Malaysian states to the holiday destination. You’ll find popular and hard-to-find gems such as Nasi Lemak, Char Koay Teow, Roti Canai as well as Vinegared Pork Trotters, Beef Brisket Noodles and Asam Laksa among the 20-odd stalls at the F&B outlet. Food aside, you’ll enjoy the stroll past the stalls as you take in the authentic touches of Malaysiana such as the ah long ads on the walls and pillars, red wooden clogs and Pagoda brand white T-shirts hanging from the stalls and retro chicken bowls adorning the counters.
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