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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

MAS: QiQi Taiwan Cuisine

What a disgrace to Taiwanese food!

The want for a simple and quick dinner at Genting Highlands, Malaysia led me to QiQi Taiwan Cuisine that's located at one of the corners of First World Plaza. Thinking that I'd be able to get my food fast due to the lack of crowd, I suppose it was a wrong move to have ever stepped into the restaurant.

Let's take a closer look into the two main courses ordered that evening.

Claypot Supreme Chicken Rice Set RM 25.00 (~S$8.65)
Taste: 6/10

When the food came to the table, I didn't feel hyped up to try it. While the san bei ji (lit. three-cup chicken) tasted pretty decent, the chicken could be fresher. The minced pork on top of the white rice was quite flavourful as well. The side vegetables, however, were stale. The accompanying iced lemon tea was the saving grace to the meal, having the right degree of sweetness.

Sweet and Sour Fried Beancurd with Rice RM 17.00 (~S$5.85)
Taste: 2/10

There are a few options under the vegetarian food list. Truth be told, the beancurd cubes were laden with sauce that was as sweet as concentrated sugar solution, not to mention that there wasn't any sour elements in it. The fried sweet potato fries seemed to have been left in open air for long. 

Melon's Rating
Taste: 4/10
Ambience: 6/10
Service: 2/10
Overall: 4/10

The service rendered wasn't any better. The staff weren't only disinterested in interacting with customers, but also made a fool of themselves while not serving us. I felt disgusted throughout the dinner, wanting to leave the restaurant as soon as possible. Pika's advice: Avoid this restaurant at all cost.

Below is a picture taken when I was riding on the cable car to Genting Highlands.

It felt great to be back at the highest shopping and entertainment complex in the country.

QiQi Taiwan Cuisine

Level 2A, First World Plaza
Genting Highlands
(Daily: 10.00am - 10.00pm)

*Prices quoted are nett prices.

Have a nice meal,

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