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Toyland with The Children from Trinity Home at Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa

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GIVE SHARE LOVE

I was invited to watch the launch of GIVE. SHARE. LOVE a Celebration of Joyful Giving & Merry-Making. It was officiated by YB Elizabeth Wong, EXCO for Tourism, Consumer Affairs & Environment, Selangor State Government with the Children from Trinity Home and attended by almost 100 invited guests. The kick-starting the festive affair was at the lobby of Hotel – aptly conceptualised to be Toyland, and themed Give. Share. Love. – whimsical toys, tasty treats, goodies for less fortunate children and a whole array of trappings come together to make the season even more meaningful.

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Toyland with the theme “GIVE.SHARE.LOVE. A Celebration Of Joyful Giving & Merry-Making”

“Santa’s Workshop” is where a range of mechanical toys come to life amidst the Hotel’s colourful Christmas decorations and lighting. Like a seamless glow of illumination from the street to the Hotel’s porte corche, into the lobbies and beyond, the festive show lights by themselves are a conversation piece and a picture-perfect backdrop. Along with Santa’s appearances, Christmas carolers and merry-makers, it is certain to leave you awe-struck.

Headlining the celebrations, Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa extends its heart out to children of various homes. Guests and visitors to the Hotel will able to have the opportunity to select a child and donate RM50 that will be used to purchase a toy, which will be presented to the child on 2 January 2011 during the Hotel’s charity hi-tea event

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IKETERU KL Hilton MIGF 2010

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IKETERU at KL HILTON

IKETERU is part of the 30 finest restaurants around Kuala Lumpur participating in this year Malaysia International Gourmet Festival 2010. Definitely this sophisticated and modern Japanese setting of IKETERU instantly caught my attention and comfort was felt right away. Equip with finest chefs, moden teppanyaki station and modern sushi bar, IKETERU was truly irresistable especially on my latest dining experience. A spacious dining area with private tatami rooms can be truly comfort to enjoy a Japanese cuisine, just like what I did.

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A Huge Range of Sake

I am a new sake follower and having a few bottles at home is a must. As having to have a glimpse of sake available was mind blowing, it was beautiful to see. Just like a sea of sake. Marvellous especially for a drinker like myself. Another sight caught me with excitement, having to see huge jars of plum sake being brewed and being showcased in the glass cabinets caught me totally speechless. I was informed there are not readily yet for drinking as they are still very young.

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The Dining Room

Another reason of coming to IKETERU is to lay back and enjoy the dishes crafted by the well know Chef Ricky Kamiishi. His beautiful creations are most sort after by many Japanese cuisine fans in town, he is known for his bold approaches in his creation and style. He just love playing around with flavours and freshness. I am one of his huge dedicated fan.

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My Seat

I am also excited that during this festival, Hilton KL will also be flying a 2 Michelin Star Chef, Chef Christopher Coutanceau from La Rochelle Restaurant in France from 14th to 16th October 2010. Being born a Coutanceau means being born to cook (his father, The Grand Chef Richard Coutanceau), Christopher absorbed the culinary rigour of his father and learning from gastronomical greats like Gauzeres, Bardet, Guerard, Oudill and Ferran Aida. Throughout his three days visit in Kuala Lumpur, he will be mesmerizing us with his delectable original and modern presentation with his signature festival menu featuribng Brittany Lobster Stew with baby Vegetables 7 mushroom Ravioli, Grilled Foie Gras with Candide Mandarin & Mandarin Sorbet, Squab Pigeon with Cabbage leaves & Foie Gras, Seasonal Vegetable Casserole with truffle juice. (visit www.kl-studio.com)

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CHEF FROM SUKHOTHAI BANGKOK’S AWARD-WINNING RESTAURANT | ATRIUM CAFE, PYRAMID TOWER HOTEL

STIRS UP AUNTHENTIC THAI SPECIALTIES

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Sawadee Ka! On monday I attended a glimpse of a Thai function at Atrium Cafe and I was allowed my senses to traverse the Land of Smiles. This is going to be an extraordinary 10-day culinary feast at Pyramid Tower Hotel’s Atrium Café from 1 to 10 April 2009. I was introduced to their guest chef, Chef Wuttichai of The Sukhothai Bangkok’s esteemed Celadon restaurant, who will prepare the delicate taste of authentic Thai cuisine which will take the spotlight at Atrium Café’s daily buffet lunch and dinner with a flavoursome spread of appetisers, to the finest entourage of main courses and desserts.
Celadon at The Sukhothai Bangkok is one of the city’s most celebrated restaurants serving pure Thai cuisine. It was named the “Best Restaurant in Bangkok” by Travel and Leisure magazine as well as “The Best Restaurant in Bangkok 2006″ by Conde Nast Traveler 2006. The Restaurant’s chef is making a presence at Atrium Café to dish up an array of Celadon’s signature dishes, prepared in indisputable Thai style, to impart a piece of the award-winning Restaurant’s culinary experience.
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I was informed that for starters there will be the spread of, place sun-dried shrimps, roasted coconut flakes, roasted nuts, chopped lime and ginger onto “chaplu” or betel nut leaves. Drizzle on some palm sugar sauce and wrap the filled leaves up nicely for refreshing enjoyment. Rich in nutrients, this appetiser known as Miang Kam is a Thai favourite and is believed to help in balancing the four elements of our body. Yam Som O Goong Sod is another must-try. This unique combination of pomelo salad with fresh water chestnut and prawns is usually served during summer in Thailand to eliminate heat from the body.
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