This Valentine’s Set is available at only MYR 148 nett from 1st to 16th February 2020, 3pm to 10pm.
Mixed Iberico Cut and Cheese RM95 👍👍 This mixed platter is an excellent chioce, especially for first timers like me who have yet to identify a favourite Iberico Cold Cut. Classically served on a stone-wrought platter, it has Jamon, Chorizo, Salchichon and Lomo Iberico for your dining pleasure. Predictably, I ended up liking the Jamon Iberico the most.
Anyone here has never try Spanish Food before? My first experience of Spanish Food is at La Fiesta, Sky Avenue Genting Highland. The overall experience and food tasting are so pleasant and enjoyable. I didn't put high hopes on it because I do not know what to expect when I first dining here at La Fiesta. But after enjoying my first Spanish Meal experience here, it totally blows out my mind and taste bud. Because it was so worth it and really delicious too!
In addition to all these, the atmosphere in the restaurant is really cozy and its interior design provides a great Spanish Dining experience! IMO, it’s also a great place for a romantic dinner! The dress code is semi-casual and prices of mains range from RM30 to RM500.
There is a little piece of Barcelona set on the first floor of the new lifestyle mall Sky Avenue at Resorts World Genting. La Fiesta, Sky Avenue T2-29, Level 1, Sky Avenue Genting One of the more notable Spanish restaurants, La Fiesta is designed in traditional Catalan eatery style, with tiled arche…
If you want to eat authentic Spanish food, you do not need to go to Spain because La Fiesta at Resorts World Genting is one of Malaysia’s...
Walking around Sky Avenue, this restaurant with wine drums, round arches, open kitchen and dazzling lights of La Fiesta caught my eye. 'Fiesta' is Spanish word for festival or celebration, therefore it makes me very curious as I have been on a tour to Spain before.
Set on the long-stretch of restaurants on the first floor of the lifestyle mall at Sky Avenue Genting Highlands, La Fiesta is a convivial spot filled with Spanish Hams, Tapas and Wines. Step in the restaurant and be instantly transported to Europe... the low-lit railway arch, hanging lights, wooden wine racks and a display of Spanish Hams near the entrance; suggesting diners to embrace its authentic Spanish atmosphere. Despite the heavy decoration, the food and drinks menu is serious. There are ample choices for wine lovers and even more for Spanish food aficionados. It covers a range of Tapas (including its signature Iberico) to Paellas and ends with choices of Spanish sweet treats. Albeit the serious setting, the items are competitively priced; watch out for the occasional promotions if you are on a tight budget.
La Fiesta serves dishes close to Spanish classics and I really recommend some wine to work your way through the tapas menu. Otherwise, vodka based cocktails are not quite a bad idea.