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Sunday 28 April 2013

Jasmine Cafe House

45 Jalan Besar, Tanah Rata
39000 Cameron Highlands
(Coordinates: 4° 28' 14.00", 101° 22' 39.25")

We read about this cafe online and made it our first place of interest upon arriving in the highlands. The café’s décor is interesting to say the least, and if you’re Dutch or and fan of the Dutch football team this is the place for you.

first place we visited upon reaching Cameron Highlands
House of Oranje?
no dutch ladies?

Food-wise, it really did not live up to expectations and apart from the lamb chop that Brendan enjoyed everything else was pretty bland. Bearing in mind our motto of looking for the everyday food for the everyday man, this place was pretty pricey in that food and drinks ran up to almost RM90.

frothing coffee after a long drive
orange juice at the oranje house?
Cat does not normally drink hot tea!
happy to have arrived J
chicken chop for Cat
lamb chop for Brendan
while I had the (very oily fried) fish and chips
let's eat!

Service-wise, like most other upmarket establishments here you will get treated better if you’re Caucasian, and get treated not-so-well if you’re not (if you know what I mean). Some things and some people never change, its fine if you chase after euros, pounds and dollars but just remember it’s the ringgit that keeps you afloat!

heavy downpour, showers of blessing?

This will be our first and last time here.

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