This Hidden Restaurant By A River In Bukit Tinggi Lets You Enjoy Farm-To-Table Dishes Amidst Nature

Calling all nature-loving foodies!

Nature and food; the two things in life that make our hearts full. After a whole week of hustling and bustling amidst the concrete jungle, we could really use a short meal away from the city, surrounded by all that mother nature has to offer. Imagine having a feast with your family, right next to a river that flows gently, amongst beautiful trees, with food that is as fresh as it gets. Thinking of that excites us already, and we can’t wait to share this hidden gem with you!

Fantasy Valley Restaurant [桃源谷饭店] Is Surrounded By Nature And Grows Their Wild Boar, Fish And More

Valley Fantasy Restaurant
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Introducing Fantasy Valley Restaurant [桃源谷饭店]. Located a little short of a one-hour drive away from the heart of Kuala Lumpur, this Chinese-style restaurant sits in the humble Kampung Bukit Tinggi. Diners can expect to be welcomed by cool breezes of wind from the abundance of greeneries and river that surrounds this restaurant. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, you can go for a quick water dip by the clear river after your meal!

Fantasy Valley Restaurant
Photo: 桃源谷饭店Fantasy Valley Restaurant (Facebook)
Fantasy Valley Restaurant
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Aside from that, what makes this restaurant stand out is that they farm and slaughter their own meat for cooking, such as chickens, turkey, and wild boars. The fishes are caught from the river surrounding the area. That’s as fresh as fresh meat can get! If you’re lucky, you might even come across a wild boar or two strolling around! However, there are beautiful koi fishes and tortoises in the restaurant’s vicinity for visitors to look at, that are not meant to be eaten.

Fantasy Valley Restaurant
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Known For Their Curry Wild Boar Meat, Scallion Tofu, And Steamed Chicken

Fantasy Valley Restaurant
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Of the wide variety of egg, river, and farm dishes available, a must-try is the restaurant’s Sliced Bolded Holland Chicken. The steamed fragrance of this usually mundane piece of meat will make you hungry just by smelling it! Best paired with the classic minced garlic, even the usually dry breast is steamed to perfect tenderness! If you fancy extra flavor, the chicken dish is available in sesame oil, gong po, and ginger flavors too!

Fantasy Valley Restaurant
Photo: @nickbao20 (Instagram)
Fantasy Valley Restaurant
Photo: @nickbao20 (Instagram)

Next up, the Scallion Tofu. This dish features deep-fried soft tofu served with a delicious sauce and chopped green onions. As ordinary as it sounds, the tofu is said to be extremely tempting to the tastebuds! Last but not least, is Valley Fantasy’s Curry Mountain Pork, otherwise known as Curry Wild Boar. The meat is drizzled and served with a generous portion of aromatic curry. Pair that with a bowl of white rice, and you’ll have your perfect meal!

Fantasy Valley Restaurant
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Check Out Fantasy Valley restaurant On Your Way Up To Genting!

Now that the year-end holidays are here, you’ve probably made plans to drive up to Genting Highlands for a short staycation. The good news is, this meal place is located on the way up from Kuala Lumpur to Genting Highlands, so here’s your chance to drop by and taste the food for yourselves! What are you waiting for? Lose yourself in nature and enjoy a great meal with friends and family!

Fantasy Valley Restaurant [桃源谷饭店]

Address: Lot 926, Kampung Bukit Tinggi, Pahang 28750 Bentong, Pahang, Malaysia

Operating Hours: 11AM – 9:30PM [CLOSED ON TUESDAYS]

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook 

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