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This Hotpot Restaurant In Genting Will Keep You Warm Through The Chilly Weather

From a fresh assortment of broths, cuts, dumplings, and noodles; this hotpot site even grows their own vegetables.

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Genting Garden Hotpot is one of the most sought after restaurants by all visitors to Genting Highlands

Opened in 2021, it comes with so many choices, you won't know which one to choose first.

Dining in comfort, you will be receiving the most organic and natural choices for your hotpot

Genting Garden Hotpot provides variety of meat and seafood, including handmade meatballs, premium cuts of meat, and seafood that you can order ala carte or in sets depending on the number of people you'll be eating with.

With a greenhouse adjoined to their restaurant, all of your vegetables will be fresh and crisp for your hotpot.

Window seating is also available for those who would prefer to look at the mountainous views Genting has to offer

From the array of greenery and foliage placed around key areas throughout the restaurant to altered birdcages used as light fixtures, the environment of this hotpot eatery will bring you peace and tranquility while the food warms your stomach through the cold weather of your surroundings.

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From greenhouse to your table: choose your greens, meats, sauces, and drinks

Image via World Orgs
Image via World Orgs
Image via World Orgs
Image via World Orgs

On top of seven different types of soup bases, and 20 kinds of dipping sauces, indulge in the many combinations of food for your personal hotpot cuisine. 

For those looking for some extra warmth, the menu provides different beverages, including Chinese tea, juices, and wines.

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Here's where you can find Genting Garden Hotpot:

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Address
Resorts World, Highland Hotel, Level 2, 69000 Genting Highlands, Pahang

Opening hours 
5pm - 11pm (Daily)

To check out their menu, click here.
(Non-halal)

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