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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Hi Tea @ Cameron Highlands Resort

We spent Malaysia day by going on a half day trip to Cameron Highlands. Left KK by 11.30am, and reached Kg Raja at around 1.30pm. Went buying some produce like white sweet corn and strawberries.

We then went to Cameron Highland Resort for tea, because we wanted to avoid the crowd at the tea plantations due to the public holiday.

We've been here many times, spent a few nights here before. During its Merlin years and after the change to YTL's ownership, we always enjoy our stay here. 

We were ushered to the lobby and we chose the last table. At least the kids can stay in the corner and have some quiet fun, 'wishful thinking'. 

We arrived 10 mins too late and the lunch menu was over. My husband wanted savoury food, actually. So, we could only order the high tea set.

Hubby took coffee and I went for Bukit Cheeding 53 as our choice of beverage.

This is actually my first time having English High Tea as previously I have only gone for buffet Hi-teas. I definitely prefer this. As I could sit down and wait for the food to come.

This is the first time my kids saw a tiered server and they let out a WOW.
The waitress was very nice and polite. She joked with my kids and when we were done, she did some light chatting with them. 

The kids nicknamed the resort as Dessert Restaurant as they rarely go to a restaurant just for desserts. 

Big fat strawberries with chocolate sauce, tender warm scones with strawberry jam and Devon clotted cream are on the lower plate. I had their scones a few times before and they always taste consistent. 

Sandwiches was not their full selection but just smoked salmon and tuna. Hubby enjoyed the smoked salmon a lot. Me too.

Cakes were moist and lovely. There was a slice of each, lemon buttercream cake, fruit cake, strawberry cake, chocolate cream cake and chocolate mousse (I think). There was something for everyone. 

We will be back if we are uphill again. Having tea with cakes at the tea plantations isn't any much cheaper compared to the quality of food served. 
That is if you don't mind the golf course view instead of tea shrubs. 


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