Monday, June 25, 2012

The Lord's Cafe @ Cameron Highlands

The Lord's Cafe (previously known as T-Cafe) has been baking superb scones at the first floor of Main Road, Tanah Rata since 2003. The pastries and desserts have long been the cornerstone of the menu. 
While the rest of the city swelters, 
We are blessed with cooling breeze. 
Strawberry Fruity Scone (RM2.80) -  Scones are an essential part of a traditional afternoon tea. The Lord's scone was light, fluffy and well risen. 
Chicken Pie Home Speciality (RM4.30) - Golden crusted pie filled with chicken, carrots and peas. 
The welcoming pie tasted even better with a few dabs of ketchup.
Cameron Valley Strawberry Tea and Boh's Camomile Tea (RM2.90 each) - We wonder why evening tea seems to taste better at Cameron highlands.

VERDICT: SOMEWHAT SMITTEN

26 comments:

  1. I was craving scones today! hehe it's a sign that I should get some real soon!!!! :P I love the way they roll the butter!

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  2. wah .. me and my wife love scones a lot...
    it looks like a very delicious scones le... yummy yummy..

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    1. I don't know anybody that doesn't like scones, it's like the UK version of nasi lemak. =)

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  3. I was thinking about baking scones... maybe I will this week!

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    1. Yes yes yes!!! Then I can drool over it =D

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  4. ooh, that's a very interesting name for a cafe. sounds very holy, heheh :D mmmm, the scone and pie look really fresh and nicely baked. i can almost smell them and taste their buttery texture! :D

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    1. Yea... the cafe does feel holy. =) A good place to relax and enjoy some good scones =D

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  5. Homemade food tastes the best!
    Afternoon tea tastes better there because your mood is good! :D

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    1. hahahhaha... yea.. must be the cooling weather too! =)

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  6. I love a good scone! (the strawberry fruity scone looks really yummy). Any recommendations for good scones in KL? Cameron Highlands is a little too far for a quick Sunday scone haha

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    1. Hmmm....there is a coffee bean at the ground floor of my office, so i actually eat quite a lot of coffee bean's cranberry scones =)

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  7. Among all, I am loving the chicken pie because I don't fancy scones or should say any sweet desserts.

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    1. The chicken pie was actually pretty good. We tar pau 10 chicken pies back home =D

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  8. Nice pictures those are! Looks like a really relaxing place too..as all Cameron Highlands places should be..lol

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    1. Hehehhe yes...its a very nice place to unwind and relax. =)

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  9. Been there once. Liked the food and atmosphere. And the prices were pretty reasonable too.

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    1. Yea i agree, prices are reasonable =) I saw your post on it.

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  10. the scone looks great but no to the pie.. it looks too dry there..anything with strawberry in the cafe? :)

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    1. You are right..thats why it needs some ketchup to go with it =)
      Hmm... i think there is but I can't recall what..

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  11. I am surprised; it sounds like the owner's a Church-going fellow.

    The scones certainly don't look like the type that I'm used to, but I'm sure the taste will beat the appearance big time.

    And uh, in which part of Cameron Highlands is this in? Brinchang?

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    1. Its at tanah rata, right opposite the bus station =)

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  12. a good place to visit. i have never been there...

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    1. You might like it there =) Is old school..

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  13. This place looks simple and good. Nothing beats a good cup of tea and scones. Yes...this is on my list when I take a Weekend off in Camerons next month.

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