The most exciting new spot at Resorts World Genting is the new dining, nightlife hub and alfresco area located at the 4th floor of SkyAvenue. Aptly called the High Line, this area features restaurants, bars, lounges, cafes and more including international and regional brands in one space with an expansive view.
There are seven distinct food kiosks come together in one area namely Carnivore Corner, Jon Bing, Seafood Market, Asian Heroes and Burgers & Shots where guests can mix and match F&B selections in a communal dining area. For some good rollicking fun, Nicsmann 1940s by Lewre, Wow, Rockerfellas, Powerplant and other entertainment and food outlets are also here on High Line.
To celebrate its opening, the High Line Festival will be held from 5-7 October from 2pm until late. Covering 13,094 sq metres, the space has an eclectic design feel from the pallet wood installations to the massive seafood model whilst retaining a warm ambiance. There will also be a wide spectrum of exciting performers DJ JJ, the NRG Band, Overseez band, D Element as well as vibrant dancers who will be showcasing their perfectly synchronized choreography and a flash mob performance to provide back to back entertainment.
First up is Carnivore Corner, where there’s no compromise on good meat with stuffed-to-the-rafters American style deli sandwiches which rival the famed Lower East Side delis of New York City. For convenient food on the go, head over to Jon Bing, specialists of crispy Shanghainese egg roll crepes served in paper cones which come in signature variants. Don’t leave without trying the Malaysian ‘bing’ enfolded in their signature crepe wrapper which combines the savoury warmth of beef rendang, zesty ginger, anchovy aioli, crunchy peanuts and the sweet bite of scallions.
Seafood enthusiasts will delight at the Seafood Market which features Asian-style seafood preparations selected from live aquariums with items such as fresh fish, lobsters and oysters served in buckets for a finger-licking meal. For something familiar with a luxurious twist, Asian Heroes elevates local Malaysian fare to luxurious heights via a clever use of premium food items such as the Genting Famous Nasi Lemak served with Lobster Rendang. Burger fans can seek out Burgers & Shots which specialises in burgers made in-house served on freshly baked brioche buns, accompanied with shoestring fries and a variety of spirits to choose from which are served in shot glasses.
As the perfect sidekicks to all the food available, the Brooklyn Brewery serves up beers including Connor’s, Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc, Asahi the way they’re meant to be served: on the tap. It’s also the first venue in Malaysia to offer Brooklyn Pale Ale and Brooklyn Lager on the tap as a collaboration with Carlsberg Malaysia besides serving a variety of other drinks. Back in Time is uniquely located behind the soon to be opened 20th Century Fox World Malaysia theme park’s clock. With a Dr Who vibe that channels laidback affluence, the bar is well-stocked with bottles of bubbly and wine is served by the bottle or glass. It also offers various spirits and a collection of cocktails.
Eat, drink & chill with these food promotions
Along the high street, celebrate the best of food and drinks with our dining promotions every single day of the week. It’s party all day long with 50% off on all alcoholic beverages on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11.00am – 5.00pm. For the ladies, Wednesdays are always the best night to hit the town with discounts on all wine, cocktails and bar snacks from 6.00pm-9.00pm.
Celebrate the weekend with a live DJ every Friday and Saturday from 7.00pm to 12.00am with 30% off all Spirit bottles from 7.00pm to 12.00am with free soft mixers. Fans of the beautiful game can also catch live screenings on Saturdays and Sundays for all major football games with all day long promotions of five Carlsberg bottles and one classic burger and fries at RM99 on Saturdays and Sundays.