Oldies & Goodies Restaurant, Cameron Highlands

As it was a quick weekend break at Cameron this round, we didn’t really get to try new places as we stuck with some old favourites. During our stop at the night market, we happened to park in front of a billboard advertising Strawberry Moment and was heading there when we got distracted by the roasted meats restaurant of Oldies & Goodies. or at least my dad was. Lol.

The restaurant was somewhat empty when we entered but filled up as our meal progressed. They had a menu sheet that had quite a lot of dishes and stir-fries. Complimentary soup was given during the wait. And the soup of the day was Radish Soup, one of my favourites.

We chose the mixed cuts of Roasted Duck and Char Siew, at RM15. The duck was sliced too thinly and so was the pork. So, a bit expensive for this deceiving looking portion. Both drenched with sauce that was on the sweet side. Tasted so so only.

Ordered a Fried Emperor Noodles HK Style. Probably the better tasting dish out of all 3. Ingredients included bean sprouts, julienned carrots, spring onions, sliced capsicums, diced prawns & charsiew with egg. Lots of greens but skimped on the meat (I think there’s only one prawn and one slice of char siew if you put the bits together). Their version is a bit on the wet side, which is ok with me.

Hotplate noodles. The egg is hidden under all the gravy. I think they arranged the noodles on the hotplate, broke an egg over it before drowning the whole pile with the hot gravy cooked with chicken slices, various mushrooms and leafy vegetables. This tasted quite alright too but nothing spectacular.

Overall, despite labeling themselves as a roasted meats restaurant, I think the stir-fries were better. Our noodles were RM6 each (if I am not mistaken) which is quite reasonable for Cameron Highlands’ standards.

Oldies & Goodies Restaurant
19, Jalan Angsana Satu,
Brinchang Point,
39100, Cameron Highlands,

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chanchiewsoo (pics only)



  1. J2Kfm said

    yup, this restaurant with the BIG sign board seemed appealing, right opposite Cactus Valley. But somehow, the lack of patrons was not assuring la …

    how bout Strawberry Moments? did u try any?

    quite pricey desserts, but cool place nevertheless

    epicuriousgirl says: haha, i know what u mean… i didn’t really want to step in either. but as we were leaving, quite a few tables filled. lol. and by the time we finished eating here, no tummy space for Strawberry Moments. 😦

  2. didn’t know cameron’s has good food. apart form scones!

    epicuriousgirl says: well, i have had quite decent food in cameron, thanks to recommendations. but for this particular restaurant, the food so-so only ler.

  3. mimi said

    I saw sesame seeds were sprinkled in on the mee~~ I like sesame :)]

    epicuriousgirl says: me too. great that such a tiny seed can add so much flavour!

  4. OMG@@@@@ the char siew!!!

    epicuriousgirl says: lol.

  5. ccsoo said

    Thank you for linking to my photoblog. Cheers!

    epicuriousgirl says: thanks for visiting πŸ™‚

  6. loong said

    tq 4 visiting o@g . if u need anymore info just e-mail me

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