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“Disappointing dim sum this round”

Good Friends Restaurant
Price range: US$3 - US$25
Cuisines: Chinese
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Dining options: Dinner, Breakfast
Description: Savor delicious dim sum and tasty Hakka cuisine at Good Friends Restaurant. Offering home-cooked dishes such as Home Style Braised Streaky Pork with Preserved Vegetable and Braised Chicken with Chinese Wine in Claypot, this restaurant also offers delectable Almond Bean Curd Jelly topped with longan.
Reviewed 9 September 2017 via mobile

Dim sum standard has dropped substantially probably due to lesser human traffic flow in this part of Genting Highlands due to most going to the Skyavenue restaurants.

Food nothing to shout about and most items ran out though it was considered still early when we reached.

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Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

Every trip to genting, without fail we will visit this place. Initially we came for dim sum, now usually either lunch or dinner. Food price is reasonable as some dishes portion quite big. We love their fried tilapia with ginger. The gravy goes very well with rice, garlic and cut chili. The veg is good too, we tried the kailan, spinach and broccoli with mushroom. All good.

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Reviewed 24 June 2017 via mobile

Good place for dim sum breakfast. Reasonably priced and service was good. Will definitely come again for my next visit.

Thank Glory H
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Reviewed 22 March 2017 via mobile

Try to go between breakfast and lunchtime if you want to avoid the crowd, otherwise, take a queue number and wait for awhile for an available table.

The usual dimsum is generally good. Good to eat as a group, so you won't be too full. They don't have dimsum-chicken feet though. Pig trotters in vinegar is strong taste, quite a big portion to share.

You can use Genting Reward points to pay here!

Thank Lina L
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Reviewed 20 March 2017

Was disappointed that buffet at Genting Grand ends at 1015am, we roam around for good breakfast outlet. Decided to try Good Friends Chinese. Once seated, 4 items on the list is not granted as it has ran out at 10.35am when busimess is suppose to run till 12noon & the captain of the few tables is constantly shouting across to colleagues and ruder to foreign-workers..maybe its a cultural thing, thats bad!
And bad for our ears too.

+ Wu Kok (yam) - Good
+ Char Siew Bao - Good

- Lou Mai Kai : very salty- bad
- Hu Cheong Fun - sold out
- Steam Pork Ribs - sold out
- Siew Mai : not pork but chicken
- Chicken claws : very salty & soggy that disintegrated to starch
- Porridge : bitter! due to dried-oyster

Will make it a point to get up early for good buffet at Grand and with a fantastic weather for morning stroll.

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Thank AmandaWhoTravel
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