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Lunch at A Little Farm On A Hill

We’ve revelled in traditional Malaysian cuisine (except durian).

We’ve eaten off banana leaves in Little India.

And we sent our tastebuds into a frenzy in Chinatown.

So on our last day in Malaysia we went rural and – on the recommendation of locals, including dashing chopper pilot Dato James Greaves – visited a little farm on a hill.

It’s name: A Little Farm On Hill.

We were hosted by architect (and cook) Lisa and film-maker Peter and, as you can see from the photos, the food was as spectacular as the jungle surrounds!

Ross and John with hosts Peter and Lisa.

Ross and John with hosts Peter and Lisa.

 

A feast for 3AW!

A feast for 3AW!

Foodies Ela Carte and John Burns can barely contain their excitement.

Foodies Ela Carte and John Burns can barely contain their excitement.

The lamb.

The lamb.

The tomato side.

The tomato side.

Lisa hard at work in the kitchen.

Lisa hard at work in the kitchen.

Ross and Burnso chatting with host Peter.

Ross and Burnso chatting with host Peter.

Burnso eyeing off a bottle of wine - surprise, surprise!

Burnso eyeing off a bottle of wine – surprise, surprise!

The only way to drink red wine in the hot, humid Malaysian weather is chilled.

The only way to drink red wine in the hot, humid Malaysian weather is chilled.

Most flowers and food was grown on Peter and Lisa

Most flowers and food were grown on Peter and Lisa’s property.

Dessert: Orange and chocolate cake.

Dessert: Orange and chocolate cake.

Looking over the jungle from the spectacular deck.

Looking over the jungle from the spectacular deck.

 

Becky the dog keeping our feet company.

Becky the dog keeping our feet company.

Little Farm On The Hill is for bookings only. Details here.

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