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MIGF 2013 MIDORI Japanese Restaurant Marriott Putrajaya

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Just a few days ago I managed to catch up with the tasting of the Malaysia International Gourmet Festival 2013 at MIDORI Japanese Restaurant that serve delicious Tokyo-Style Japanese cuisine. I got to say I had been wanting to dine here at MIDORI as I heard lots of great reviews about their food. As usual with my tight schedule it was hard to schedule to dine here but at last I made it.

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Senja MIGF 2012 Saujana Kuala Lumpur

Senja MIGF bread

Everytime I step into this beautiful place, I know I am going to be well pampered . . . . . . . . Opsss did I say that ? . . . . . Even my expectation kept increasing each time and it never fails not to impress me. Take a moment, take big breath and look what seats infront of you ( besides their beautiful cutlleries) definitely a dashing well make variety of breads. I truly find them sophisticated. it can be infused with sun-dried tomatoes, raisins and even chips of black olives. At that moment I was brought to my knees when I saw those dippings/spreads waiting for me. Defintely a pure luxurious treats.

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Mandarin Grill MIGF 2012 Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur

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Chef Reto Weber

From the Alpine Switzerland, Chef Reto’s passion for food and travelling has led him to work in some of the finest establishments across Asia and Europe. Now I get to taste his creation at Mandarin Grill at Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur where he is appointed as the Chef de Cuisine.

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Lai Po Heen MIGF 2012 Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur

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Lai Po Heen Mandarin Oriiental MIGF Masterchef Rick Thien

An award winning chef Ricky Thien of Lai Po Heen The Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur can just win my heart with all hands up. His current selection of line up for the MIGF menu is something to die for – in taste, flavour and presentation. Got to admit it, I had been his fan for more than 5 years now.

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Lai Ching Yuen MIGF 2011 Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur

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Lai Ching Yuen Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur

I am back yet again here at Lai Ching Yuen (previously known as Zing) atGrand Millennium Kuala Lumpur for a fabulous Chinese dining experience headed by Master Chef Leong Weng Heng. I had been tasting chef’s creation for a numerous time and I found his creation had never betray my trust, truly his craftmenship is just perfect. Dedicated, Creative and Scrumptious.

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Samplings on the Fourteen MIGF 2011

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It had been great this time and it has been fabulous all this while. Meeting many new faces in life can be such a terrific thing to do. They are fabulous, being around them can be so fun. We even share our thoughts, life and even the food we touch. Thank you.

My food expedition this time was to drop by the Samplings on the Fourteen for a well refined crafted dinner. This time is to taste their MIGF 2001 menu . I got to say I love the setting of this restaurant, indeed a classic place to be. Enclosed with a great view over looking the central Kuala Lumpur through the huge piece of glass window.

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SENJA MIGF 2011 The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur

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Mr Ian Hurst

Having good company over dinner is a must and for myself I always the lucky one who gets to seat in with a group of food connoisseur. That night Mr. Ian Hurst the General Manager of Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur played the host and introduced us the creation of Chef GIovanni Ricci from Senja. A true charming host he was and without any hesitation, he was already directing us through the awesome journey of Italian gastronomy.

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SAGANO Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel MIGF 2010

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Selected Wine: Morton Estate Marborough Savignono Blanc & Hunter’s Marborough Pinot Noir

Dining with friends can be truly awesome over a refine dinner and with fabulous wine. Upon knowing that I always gets to enjoy and pampered whenever I am dining, Sagano is one of the restaurant that will always get me excited whenever I know I am going to dine there. Well it is simple, it is all about the creations of Chef Yasutoshi Ito. He is truly creative in combining flavours, texture and ingredients while his play can always be truly unique and refine. He definitely loves his food and his creation truly satisfying indeed and this happen on my recent dining at Sagano.

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MED.@Marche-Live MIGF 2010

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One of my favourite restaurant in Kuala Lumpur would definitely be MED.@Marche-Live overseen by a rising and dashing good looking chef, Chef Paul Lewis. This talent of this Aussie chef can easily be spotted through his MIGF menu, it was a well crafted seven course feast with individual taste and unique experience. Together with it’s a modern chic spacious interior, my whole dining experience that night was amazing beautiful. It was truly impressive.

Chef Paul Lewis

Chef’s creations had amazed me all the time till even now. My last dining experience was four months back when this dashing good looking hunk chef arrived in Kuala Lumpur, that night was a superb dinner and for this current MIGF, he had his creation spot on. It was flavourful, simple and most, it was superbly tasty. One of his dish was the Brodetto that had kept me wanting more. It was truly exotically addictive and so pleasureable.

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Rufino Aziano Chianti Classico DOCG was paired with Chef’s creation.

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ZING Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur MIGF 2010

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It maybe look like a normal lunch date but I was in for a surprised. It was a simple story, a close friend of mine who is a food writer wanted to try out some authentic Chinese cuisine and requested me to arrange something as she was away abroad at that time. She also promised to bring along a special guest. One of the restaurant that I would like to try was Zing as I had meet one of their Dim Sum chef recently at the Epicure. I make the arrangement and we meet up.

It was my first time at Zing. Fabulously decorated with cozy modern back drop. I just felt so at home. I love the furniture especially the chairs but the one that caught my attention was the open concept Dim Sum Kitchen. So equip and so exciting to see, having chefs in action can truly alluring.

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I felt excited upon knowing that Chef Leong Weng Heng will be cooking our lunch. Yet another well know chef in town especially known for his skills in Chinese cuisine, best known for his fish dishes. He also believes in presenting his food with less salt, less sugar and less oil.

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DYNASTY Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel MIGF 2010

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DYNASTY Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel

Dynasty Restaurant is one of the well refined Chinese restaurant that I frequent when I am think of having Cantonese cuisine and dim sum. Yet another thing about Dynasty that captured my attention is their interior and also their beautiful imported Japanese diningware. So elegant, so beautiful. Just love how food is being served with. This time I was back at Dynasty to enjoy the creation of Master Chef Tan Kim Weng who is well known for his seafood creations. What I love most is Master Chef Tan’s combination of Oriental and Western in crafting his Chinese dishes. It is always exquisite and fabulous. Having to bite into any of his creation will definitely get you hook for more and it did happen to me again this time. My journey of indulging his seven course meal was truly excellent. Got to mention, the wine was fantastic, definitely to my taste.

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The wines: Morton Estate Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc & Hunter’s Marlborough Pinot Noir

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AL-AMAR Pavilion MIGF 2010

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Invited Foodies

It was a great weekend to start off, I set myself indulging delicious middle eastern cuisine at Al-Amar with a group of foodies. It was the Al-Amar’s Malaysia International Gourmet Festival (MIGF) Menu that caught our attention and it was something truly different than the usual. A scrumptious evening of Lebanese fine dining.

The Cold Mezze Palette

The menu festival at Al-Amar first introduce their cold mezze palette consist of Pink Hommos, Moustabbal with Avocado and Rocket Beetroot Salad. The Pink Hommos was truly interesting and too beautiful to look at. I like the colour and the taste was refreshing too, having it over my hand peeled pieces of warm pita bread was absolutely amazing delicious. It was perfectly done with mashed chick peas, sesame seed paste and the flavour was accelerated with a touch of special spices, lemon juice and olive oil. To be truthful, I don’t mind having another serving of this awesome snack. It was truly addictive! :)

Pink Hommos
The Pink Hommos

Mountabbal with Avacado
Mountabbal with Avacado

I found yet another interesting snack that I had before but with an interesting twist. I love moutabbal but finding mine with added mashed avocado was intriguing. Here this dish was prepared with mashed grilled eggplant with added sesame sees paste and flavoured with lime juice, fresh smashed avocado, garlic and olive oil. Yet it went very well with warm serving of pita bread.

Rocket Beetroot Salad
Rocket Beetroot Salad

The Rocket Beetroot served complimented both of the dips marvellously as it was really refreshing with mild sweetness and just simple light to have. The whole plate was so well incoperated and the cross tasting of the dishes on the plate was absolutely well calculated. I like it.

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Pita Bread

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