Friday, September 28, 2018

Great Dining Surrounded by Nature at Tanah Aina Fareena Cafe & Restaurant @ Karak Highway

A cup of warm Turkish coffee with such serene view, just blissful. I always love spending time in nature, thus, I am really excited to visit this newly opened Tanah Aina Fareena Café & Restaurant. Nestled in nature, Tanah Aina Fareena Cafe & Restaurant is a beautiful restaurant that serves amazing Asian and local fusion dishes. The best part is that all the food are chemical-free and MSG free, in fact, most of the vegetables served were freshly picked from their farm. On top of the good food, the stunning restaurant also has the best backdrop that deserves a spot on your Instagram feed.

Tanah Aina Fareena Café & Restaurant is located at KM54.3, Karak-Lentang highway, about half an hour drive from Kuala Lumpur city centre and not too far from Bentong town, simply Waze : Tanah Aina Fareena. To reach the restaurant, you will need to take a short walk of 10 minutes along the lovely pedestrian bridge through the magnificent forest from the car park.

The open-air restaurant offers the ultimate experience of dining among the landscape's natural beauty.

Ever dream of a garden party or wedding? Look no further, the beautiful and large garden with amazing lush green and the sound of streams flowing can accommodate comfortably up to 200 persons.

Alternatively, for those preferred to dine indoor, the warmth and elegance private hall which can accommodate up to 70 persons is perfect for special occasion or event.

Even the toilets are Instragrammable. :p

Check out our scrumptious feast! A delectable spread of Asian and local fusion dishes featuring some of the must-try which includes Talapia Steam Nyonya, Pineapple Chicken, Butter Prawn, Salty Egg Squid, Tomyam Seafood and also steamboat, all freshly prepared by the in-house chef.

Tom Yam Seafood RM20 Small, RM39 Medium, RM65 Large
Appetizing soup generously laden with a variety of seafood to kick-start our meal.

Nyonya Steam Talapia Fish (market price)
Absolutely delish, the freshwater fish (Red Talapia) in the creamy and flavourful sauce was freshly-caught from their own fish pond.

Pineapple Prawn RM48 Medium, RM90 Large

Sweet & Sour Chicken RM20 Small, RM35 Medium, RM65 Large

Spicy Clam RM45 Medium, RM80 Large

Tanah Aina's Fish Head Curry RM55
The highlights of our meal, fragrant and delicious red snapper fish head curry with a lovely depth of flavour.

Mongolian Beef RM45 Medium, RM65 Large
Tender, melt-in-your-mouth texture, the Mongolian beef was perfectly sweet and savoury.

Salted Egg Long Bean RM15 Small, RM25 Medium, RM45 Large

Kangkung Belacan RM15 Small, RM25 Medium, RM45 Large

Lamb Briyani RM25
Fluffy and richly flavoured with fragrant spices, the aromatic rice paired well with either the succulent lamb or curry chicken.

Chicken Briyani RM22

Homemade Puff RM12 each

Black Glutinous Rice with Coconut Milk RM5

Assorted homemade cake RM10/slice

Tanah Aina's Homemade Ice Cream RM15

There are many types of fruit trees here, if you're lucky you can buy these freshly harvested fruits ranging from durian, mangosteen, papaya, duku, just to name a few. During our visit, we're lucky to get a taste of these amazing, sweet and creamy kampung durian.

After a satisfying meal, it's time to take a stroll in nature and snap some aesthetically pleasing photos. If you truly love nature, you'll find beauty everywhere!

Nothing less than fresh at Tanah Aina Farm.

On top of that, Tanah Aina Fareena Café and Restaurant also offers Back to Nature experience where a special hiking trip to Lata Fareena can be arranged (Minimum 10 persons). The half-day hiking package starts as low as RM100/person includes breakfast, hiking guide, lunch and coffee at Lata Fareena.

For reservation or further enquiries, please call the restaurant at +609 233 9112 or call
016 609 0493 (Juliet), 016 215 9252 (Hannah) and 011 2628 8779 (Sheila).

Tanah Aina Fareena Cafe & Restaurant

Lot 6073 KM 54.3
Lebuhraya Karak-Lentang, 

28700, Bentong, Pahang.
Business hours :  Daily from 8am to 10.30pm

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