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Barracks Cafe

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Siva
Siva
December 12, 2017
Because i am one of the owners of this place :) . The other reason is that you get to sit and have a meal or drink in a real garden setting.
Philip
Philip
July 18, 2017
This Restaurant is right in Tanah Rata itself. Good food & very good service from the friendly staff. Has a delightful sitting area around lush vegetation in a covered canopy area. A little pricey, however worth a visit. Weekdays 2pm to 10pm, Weekends 12pm to 10pm. Closed on Mondays
Bricks Homestay,
Bricks Homestay,
October 6, 2016
Barrack cafe is housed in a military barrack built by the British during World War II. The Barracks Café offers a variety of dishes like Pasta, Salad, Rice Dishes as well a selection of cakes and pastries. You can also enjoy a cup of tea with scones in the beautiful covered garden. A must visit if…
Tv
Tv
June 18, 2016
Like the green curry rice...
Gerard
Gerard
May 2, 2016
They serve great Tea & Scones

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Ubicación
Tanah Rata, Pahang 39000
Teléfono+60 11-1464 8883