Restaurant 126, Bukit Tinggi, Bentong

Posted by vivien | Others | Saturday 17 September 2011 8:37 pm
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We were there looking for some good food not knowing which restaurant to go to. As Restaurant 126 is packed with people, we decided to just go ahead with this restaurant 😉


Their specialty, ginger steamed frog(out of stock as it is Raya season and usually supplied by Malays), steamed chicken, ginger steamed talapia fish, claypot fish etc


More from their menu: braised terraphin, sambal prawn, steamed prawn


Fish prices


We waited about an hour for the food to arrive, bought their chestnut which is popular snacks here sold by peddlers.


Kong Sai yong-tau-fu using tasty taufo pok produced in Bentong. Fried beancurd stuffed with minced pork, RM9


Watercress, locally grownd vege, RM6


Braised terrapin, RM25, lots of meat and gelatinuos goodness in this pot, yummy


Sambal Belacan vege, RM6


Fried 3 layer pork, RM13


Claypot river fish (Pak Sou Gong) 800g, RM48 (RM60 for 1kg, Pak Sou Gong reared ones are sold cheaper for RM35) Really fresh and yummy, there is only a light sauce to bring out the natural sweetness from this really fresh fish

Overall i find the food here very tasty and priced reasonably.

Address: Restaurant 126 (there are actually 2 Restaurant 126 in Bukit Tinggi, open by relatives)

Kg Bukit Tinggi, Bentong, Pahang (just an hour drive from KL)


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  1. Comment by Evelynwann — September 20, 2011 @ 8:12 pm

    The price of the dishes are reasonable and the portion looks quite ok too. Not bad.

  2. Comment by choi yen — September 20, 2011 @ 8:27 pm

    I had the crispy pork at Bukit Tinggi too but different restaurant, seem like this is the specialties there 🙂

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