Hi-Tea In The Clouds (High Sky) – Modern Oriental Infusion Hi-Tea at E18hteen Inspired, Resort World Genting [Review]

Hi-Tea In The Clouds (High Sky) – Modern Oriental Infusion Hi-Tea at E18hteen Inspired, Resort World Genting [Review]

At E18hteen Inspired cuisine on the 18th Floor of Maxims, pushing the boundaries and finding the sweet spot has become something of a raison d’étre – Authentic Hi-Tea

Hi-Tea in the clouds (Above 6,000 feet from sea level)

 

It is little wonder, the hi-tea being offered at E18hteen Inspired Cuisine from 3.00 pm to 5.30 pm daily. Pricing at RM 128.00 nett for two persons, the stylish hi-tea serves up a mix of East and West, firmly anchored by a good strong cuppa.

Guests are eased slowly into the creative genius of the E18hteen’s creative culinary brigade with the first plate featuring delicate portions of cheesecake, carrot cake and fruit tartlets. The first inkling that all is not as it looks to be is the inclusion of a feathery light Chinese egg tart ensconced in buttery, crumbly pastry

The first inkling that all is not as it looks to be is the inclusion of a feathery light Chinese egg tart ensconced in buttery, crumbly pastry

The second round of delights feature smoked salmon on brioche with horseradish cream, American lobster, celery and chives with homemade mayo in a soft roll, along with the ubiquitous cucumber sandwich. The presence of an Ogura cream sandwich hints at the surprises to come, as interspersed between classic scones with clotted cream and jam are oriental golden rolls and choy sum with pineapple

The presence of an Ogura cream sandwich hints at the surprises to come, as interspersed between classic scones with clotted cream and jam are oriental golden rolls and choy sum with pineapple

The Finale Take

The modern oriental influence is ramped up for the third course which features an epic Torofuwa espresso pudding with Hennessy flame and snow frog with fresh almond milk.

hi-tea
Torofuwa Espresso Pudding
Snow Frog with Fresh Almond Milk

My Review

Who ever thought to have Hi-Tea in such high place? Usually, we will hunt for cafe to sit while waiting for others to spend their time with the “Tiger” Machine. Now I’d got a new place to hang out. With only RM 128.00 nett, I can enjoy this Hi-Tea in 18th Floor, Maxim. They are open for public at 3.00 pm to 5.30 pm daily

Hi-Tea served in a cage with the combination of Chinese, Western and Japanese desserts.

Every hi-tea set comes with a pot of tea with selection of earl grey, chamomile and mint tea

This fresh new take on a conventional hi-tea will run only for a limited time, and thus reservations are recommended.
Kindly call 03 6105 2968 for reservations. For more details, click https://www.rwgenting.com/dining/cuisines/oriental/e18hteen/

Again I would like to say thank you to Resort World Genting for the invitation.
It was a great experienced to dine in here during the review.

Resort World Genting
Genting Highlands,
69000 Genting Highlands,
Pahang, Malaysia

Genting Highlands is a high-altitude hill resort in Malaysia, located in the Titiwangsa Mountains northeast of Kuala Lumpur. Developed since the 1960s, the site comprises hotels, a shopping mall, restaurants and the Casino de Genting. Its Chin Swee Caves Temple sits on forested acreage with mountain views. Genting Skyway, a cable car, connects the resort with the plateau town Gohtong Jaya.

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