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Sunday 28 April 2013

Restoran Hyland

(formerly known as Restoran Highlands)
36 Bandar Baru Brinchang
39100 Cameron Highlands
(Coordinates: 4.492109, 101.388193)

We read about this restaurant online and it’s supposedly the first and original establishment to use charcoal to fire its steamboats. Apparently steamboat dishes tastes better if fired by charcoal as opposed to gas stoves. Truth be told for the life of us non-discerning patrons we couldn’t tell the difference.

We also read somewhere that the restaurant's proprietor will be retiring soon and with no offspring willing to take over the business he will have to close it down, which is a shame. On another note, don't parents work and slog everyday to provide a living fueled by a promise that their children will not have to work and slog just as hard when they grow up? Just a thought...

its not quite on Brinchang's main road

a row of shops in front of Rosa Pasadena

hungry ghosts

the kitchen

my source of sustenance

Cat however made the observation the portions are more generous, maybe it’s because it costs RM18 per head rather than the standard RM16 elsewhere.

here we go J

look at the funnel

it kinda leans a bit, right?

woot J

check out the spread!

Anyhow, charcoal or not, it was something new for us and Brendan was absolutely mesmerized by the funnel.

fill 'er upJ

in with the prawns J

An altogether refreshing experience not to be missed.

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