Genting Highlands' Sky Avenue is not just a shopping playground, it is also a culinary haven.

Those looking for something good to eat while visiting the chilly getaway have a wide selection of restaurants to dine at, from exclusive international eateries to local crowd favourites.

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Here are five restaurants that hungry travellers shouldn't miss:

Burger & Lobster

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UK born Burger & Lobster is a popular restaurant chain focusing on two foods everybody loves. Opening its first outlet in Asia at Sky Avenue, the eatery serves Nova Scotian lobsters and Australian beef in a menu that only specialises on three items: lobster rolls, burgers and lobsters. Visit their Facebook page here.

Motorino

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This slice of American-Italian cuisine comes from Brooklyn, New York, and has been praised as one of the best authentic Neopolitan Italian pizza joints. Foodies will appreciate Motorino's two large pizza ovens straight from Naples that gives their pies its famed taste. Checkout their Facebook page here for more info.

Malaysian Food Street

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Those looking to scratch their local food fix can do so at the Malaysian Food Street. The food hub pays tribute to the best of Malaysian foods, having over 20 stalls spread over five zones, each one representing an area of our famous local cuisine. Click here to find out more.

Resort Seafood Steamboat

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If the breezy temperature at Genting Highlands has got you feeling chilly, warm yourself up with a hearty hot pot meal at Resort Seafood Steamboat. The eatery offers a variety of packages to let diners make their own selection of ingredients from a wide number of items, premium seafood included.

Cafés Richard

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Famous Parisian coffee roasters have also set up at Sky Avenue, offering diners a chance to recharge on expertly crafted coffee and authentic French café eats. Cafés Richard looks and feels like a real coffee shop in Paris, creating a relaxing atmosphere when you need to take a break. See what's new on their Facebook page here.

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