Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Chill Out at Haven

The drive up to Look Out Point was worth it – the view was1absolutely breathtaking. I could see the entire KL from here, and the magnificent Twin Towers and KL Tower shining admist a sea of twinkling lights. It’s great to be away from the hustle and bustle of KL, and only 20 mins drive away from the heart of town. The cool weather ( like Genting Highlands) with the fresh air, and with the beautiful garden full of flowers and majestic woods makes it surreal.

I love going up to Haven – with the friendly warm service, great music and delicious array of food & drinks, and for those who like Shisha makes it definitely my favorite destination.

The parking can be a quite packed, so come early if you want good parking, and if not, there is always valet parking where they will charge you an extra RM 3 for the valet service.

My favorite dish is the roast pepper chicken- its very succulent and juicy, and the sauces ( BBQ, Black Pepper, Oriental and Mushroom) just blows me away. You must try the Mee Mamak Special – its out of the world. And if you feel like good old fried rice – which is always comforting, my favorite is Tom Yam Fried rice – you’ll never tire of it. It’s pasta is yummy too – the Alfredo is tasty, and there’s a whole lot of range of other western dishes such as the Lamb Chops, and good ol Chicken chops. Must try the Peri-peri chicken, its zesty sauces is really good! And the sirloin steak is juicy and melts in your mouth.

And then, rest and relax with friends with freshly brewed cappuccino, and Shisha – its out of the world! The Shisha is really something else, there’s a whole range of flavors and the price is pretty decent too.

Sometimes I’m enjoying myself so much there, I forget how time flies. Haven is different at different times. In the day, it’s bright and fresh and green – and you feel energized and fresh breathing in the fresh air, and looking at the garden of flowers and shady trees. Sunset is SO special. You must come @ 6 ish to catch the golden rays, and see the magnificent view and colors change from orange, to magenta and finally, when dusk sets in – Haven lights come up.. They have little candles twinkling at each table, next to fresh flowers. The night is when the whole place comes alive – when the magnificence of the KL panorama sets in. You can see miles away – even the Genting hills, and the colors are so vivid against the dark of the night. You must bring a camera to capture the beauty of the scenery.

So check it out – its my favorite destination, and I am sure it will be yours too.

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