Tag Archives: Assorted Seafood

Dynamic Gourmet Experience at Taste Enclave Avenue K Kuala Lumpur

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Spicy Beef and Pork Soup

It was a fabulous relaxing afternoon on a normal weekday where I was tucked well to my chair waited anxiously to be pampered. I was excited that I shared the table with a food entrepreneur and owner of The Taste Enclave Mr Willie Tay, at Avenue K Kuala Lumpur.

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Lunar New Year Celebration at Dorsett Regency Kuala Lumpur with 38% Discount

Just mentioned my blog name BIG BOYS OVEN when you making table reservations by phone or online to enjoy an additional 38% discount on the feasts!!

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The Dragon Yee Sang

It had been a great start this 2012 and it seems everything is falling in place at the right time and the right place. Looking out my window through early morning till now at nearly 9am the highway just next to my bedroom seemed to be packed like sarines. Drive safely folks this Chinese New Year.

Talking about food, I had a great time with great company at Dorsett Regency Kuala Lumpur recently. I was there to taste their buffet dishes for this Chinese New Year and it was terrific. There were about 15 of us sharing a huge round table filled with luscious dining ware and golden Chinese New Year decos specially created for that night. We were welcome with a fabulous delicious Prosperity Splash Drink that came with a whole pineapple and it was a delicious drink to grace the night.

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A Teochew Date with Master Chef Michael Chew at Zuan Yuan

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Master Chef Michael Chew at Zuan Yuan, One World Hotel

It had been a relax weekend and yet full of drama but everything had been well sorted. Last weekend I meet up with celebrity Chef Martin Yen at the world trade center PWTC, he was truly awesome and charmed his audiences with such a delight that filled with warm smile. As for a fabulous cuisine I had a Teochew date with Master Chef Michael Chew at Zuan Yuan, One World Hotel. That night was such an amazing night filled with taste and laughter as the lady guests was teasing this charming young handsome chef, Chef Michael.

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Kin No Uma Palace of the Golden Horses

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Kin No Uma Japanese Restaurant

Having to be back at The Palace of the Golden Horses can be such an amazing thing to encouter again. Even now I am able to recall my first food excursion here and that was when I was embarking into the real food blogging world. Upon that time I got the glipmpse to meet up with Chef Wilfred and also Chef Simon at Cavallini’s Bistro and that was 3 years ago. This round I am back strong, taking a divie into Kin No Uma for a pure pampering experience in indulging Japanese refined cuisine.

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Totally Japanese at Miyako

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Having to dine at one of Malaysia’s best restaurants is truly awesome and that is what I did last week, I was at Miyako, Sheraton Subang. Miyako is a Japanese restaurant with a classic modern Japanese interior which is simple and very inspiring. I was amazed that this restaurant was located behind the main building and felt like it was located inside a secret garden.

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This time I invited my friend Carol Rode from Perth to dine with us and we were so excited about the food and also did some catching up over a few cups of warm Japanese green tea. Dobin Mushi was brought to the dining table and was wondering why the waitress brought us another pot of green tea. Why…..? Well simply that the dish was served in a beautiful Japanese tea pot and a petite ceramic cup. In fact Dobin Mushi is a small tea pot soup infused with assorted seafood and mushrooms plus a chunk of lemon. All I had to do was to squeeze the lemon juice into the warm pot of soup. The taste was amazing, the aroma of mushrooms just burst inside my mouth going through my nasal and ended with sweetness and tangyness of the soup. It is a soup of perfection.

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Dining in a Japanese restaurant without sashimi is just not complete at all. To perfect the night, came Hamachi Sashimi and Miyako special and it was incredible. The plate was huge and the portion big too. The sashimi consists of yellow tail, salmon, tuna belly, white tuna (abura) and also tiger prawn. I just love my tuna belly also salmon… also all of them really, just amazed the cuts were very thick, fresh and delicious. Really captured my heart and so was the miyako rolls, filled with unagi, tempura prawn, soft shell crab, acavado, crab meat stick, mayonaise and coated with prawn eggs (ebiko).

Hamadi Sashimi

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takara bukuro

This maybe be a simple dish but it is incredible delicious for my standards. I am truely in love with this slightly sweet hinted soup that came with a bean curd skin bag filled with mince meat, chopped ginko, shitake and sealed with lily bulb.

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It was so funny when this mixed tempura dish was placed on the table. Carol just can stop herself wanting to know what was the secret that makes the tempura stayed crispy as she can’t get hers done the same way at home. Well, guess we have to wait for the chef! The tempura was excellent and it came with tiger prawns, sweet potatoes, brinjal, lady fingers and seabass fish.

tori numban yaki

Tori namban yaki is the Japanese version of BBQ chicken. The boneless chicken meat was marinated in a special sauce for a day before being barbeque. When I had a bite into a piece, it was really good, so succulent and so well marinated.

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Then came this lovely adorable and petite dish, pan fried cod fish served with green tea noodle and lemon grass sauce. I like the simple presentation and also the tangy soup( I suspect it must the magic tamarind). The cod fish was pan fried to perfection.

Gosh, the dessert was excellent, Matcha ice cream with azuki bean. The Azuki bean was cooked and sweeten exactly where I love them to be and the green tea ice cream was excellent as the bursting flavouring was so intense.

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Before we end the night, we meet the chef who had prepared our delicious dinner, Chef Ronnie Wang. He was originated from Penang, mastered Japanese cuisine for nearly 22years and had been working under a well known Japanese Chef, the late Chef Tadashi Hajasi. Got to say at the end of the night, Carol got her question answered!

Miyako Japanese Restaurant
Sheraton Subang Hotel & Towers
Jalan SS12/1,
47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor.

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