Hotel Rosa Passadena
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... this kind of food with our new friends.
We went to a local restaurant where the steamboat cost between RM 18 and RM 20 per head. We ordered two kinds of soup – chicken (non-spicy) and tom yum (spicy). One portion included chicken, prawns, squid, egg, vegetables, tofu, different kinds of mushrooms and two kinds of noodles. They brought all ingredients raw and we had to cook them first by using the given soup. It didnīt taste as good as we expected, however, it was a pleasant night spent in a good ...
... one of my fondest memories was the hot pot (meal where you have a small stove and a pot where you cook the food - meat, fish, seafood, vegetable - yourself) and after speaking about it all the time my wife got pretty excited about it but we left KL disappointed without finding the hot pot on the menu. Lenka however searched the net and found out that Cameron Highlands is full of restaurants serving the 'steamboat' as it is known ...
... of bamboo plants growing along the roads so there is no shortage of supply for these local people. Bamboo wind chimes and the other handicrafts are a tad expensive. Those wind chimes are priced around RM40.
... out room we met two other Canadians in I our dorm and hit it off right away. They told us of a great place to go for dinner, and we hadn't eaten dinner, so we went to check it out. We ordered this thing called a steamboat, which consists of a burner and a big pot of soup base on the table. Then they brought out about six plates of fish, chicken, noodles, veggies, mushrooms and greens. Once the soup base is boiling you just chuck in the things you want and wait a few ...
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