All of us got the sudden hunger after returned from the mount climbing at Japanese Village and Botanical Garden. Oppss….not mount climbing…should be hills climbing. We returned to Colmar Square by the free shuttle bus. Ohh ya.. a good experience with the shuttle bus. Struggling up the hills, ferrying around 20+ people, with wear tire and broke down just on time it reaches the destination. BRAVO!
It was just around 5+pm and we decided to have our dinner already. Since we had an early lunch, therefore we consider that as a missed meal! Wahahaha…
Who cares anyway. Holiday is all about food and makan-ing. Right??
LA FLAMME; a sidewalk deli serving pastries, pastas and pizzas.
It ain’t cheap dining here. Anyway, we’ll see what do they deliver.
Chicken, pineapple, mushroom and tomato concasse.
Tomato concasse, mozzarella cheese and mixed herbs
Both pizzas tasted so-so only and the dough was quite dry too. If only the toppings would to be extra, that would be better I guess.
Vongole (Clams), cili padi, ginger, lemon grass in garlic butter sauce.
This fettuccine was good. Not over creamy. More like an Asian flavor pasta. I like the slight spicy from cili padi and ginger with the buttery cream sauce. I actually spoon up and finished the gravy! HEHE…
Prawn, mussels, fish cube, clam & squid with tomato concasse.
I would say that the sauce was not rich enough. Moreover the Rotini was like not fully cooked and the clams were not so fresh =(
**This meal was not enough for 6 of us…we had another round of dinner at
La Blason (A restaurant serving Malaysian and international specialties). We end up paying another RM55++ for a buffet dinner which was much better ^^
Price : Quite expensive because the portion was small (imposed 10% government tax & 6% service tax)
Service : Poor
Ambiance : FairLa Flamme Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Hills – Malaysia
KM48, Persimpangan Bertingkat Lebuhraya Karak
28750 Bukit Tinggi, Bentong, Pahang