Saturday, November 19, 2011

Restoran Tak Kee @ Gohtong Jaya

After a round of golf there were money collected from the unfortunates but all ended well at this restaurant at Gohtong Jaya @ Genting Highlands.
Soon Hock fish was the most expensive dish on the table RM120.00. The meat was chunky, fresh and magnificently yummy.
La La Beehoon another commendable dish at Tak Kee. The lala clams were fresh and succulent with the vermicelli perfectly blanched. The soup was magically tasty.
Fried Hokkien Noodle with plenty of lard in it, truly sinful but delicious.

My friend requested for a special chili to be served for the lunch, a small & chubby chilli but very very hot with fantastic fragrance. Not everyone can take it you might not only swear but also drop tears. I learnt from Kash that the name of this chili is called "Scotch Bonnet".
Another dry chilli stuff that can also pamper your tongue.
Besides good food there are also local produces that you can buy back home.
The winners with the cabai burung collection. Happy golfing.
Restoran Tak Kee 
No. 52 & 53, Jalan Jati 1,  
Gohtong Jaya
Genting Highlands
GPS : 3.394574,101.769135

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Kash said...

Dear Mr. Sin Tai Lim,

Greetings from Ireland!

Hahaha, that red chili is very HOT! Scotch Bonnet chili! I think a quarter is enough for stir-fry. Cili padi will also loose to it, hehehe. Always read all your posts!

Sin Tai Lim said...

Hi Kash it's nice to hear from you again. And thanks for mentioning the name of the chili.

Kash said...

If you would like some Scotch Bonnet seeds to grow, I can get you some when I am coming back to Malaysia.