Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Halal Dim Sum Pomotion at Tung Yuen Chinese Restaurant Grand Blue Wave Hotel Shah Alam Selangor


The halal dim sum is hard to come, now you can taste some of the dim sum at Tung Yuen Chinese Restaurant Grand Blue Wave Hotel Shah Alam, Selangor; Ho Ho Chiak Promotion.


Chinese cuisine is an important part of Chinese culture, which includes cuisines originating from the different regions of China, as well as from Chinese people in other parts of the world. Ho Chiak is a Hokkien dialect which literally means the food is nice and tasty. It is usually used for describing delicious foods at restaurants or any eatery.


The Grand BlueWave Hotel Shah Alam is offering this special promotion of Halal certified Ho Ho Chiak for its guests to enable them to have more varieties in food selections with affordable price in a simple yet relax 5-star hotel ambience.


Ho Ho Chiak promotion is available for minimum 2 persons, priced at RM57.00+ per person and accompanied with 10 varieties of steam and fried dim sum, 4 types of clay pots dishes and dessert. The dim sum range from Chicken Dumpling,


Fresh Prawn Crystal Dumpling,


Golden Ocean Leaf Dumpling, 


Phoenix Eye Dumpling, 


Steam Seafood Dumpling with Crab Roll, 


Steam BBQ Chicken Bun, 


Deep Fried Yam Ball,


Deep Fried Vietnamese Spring Roll, 


Pan Fried Shanghai Guo Tie


and lastly, Steam Glutinous Rice with Chicken and Mushroom (Loh Mai Kai).


The set does not end here as it is followed by clay pot dishes which is a beautiful set up of Stir-Fried Szechuan Style Fish Fillet,


Braised Sliced Top Shell Abalone with Seasonal Vegetable, 


Baked Cheese Prawn with Mantao


and Fried Rice with Crab Meat.


To complete your meal, for dessert you will be served with the Chilled Longan with Sea Coconut.


Guests are encouraged to make a reservation in advance by booking through Tung Yuen Chinese Restaurant at 03-5511 8811 ext. 2616 or Telemarketing department ext. 2724. All prices are subjected only to 6% of GST. Tung Yuen Chinese Restaurant is well-equipped with Halal certified, endorsed by JAKIM.


The Ho Ho Chiak promotions are exclusively prepared by its Chinese Chef, Chef Patrick Ng which is available at Tung Yuen Chinese Restaurant, Level 1 daily for lunch at 11.30am until 2.30pm and dinner at 6.30pm till 10.30pm.

Friday, 24 March 2017

Shah Alam- Love Food Hate Waste Promotion At Agehan Japanese Restaurant Set Promotion

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Love Food, Hate Waste is a campaign originated in the United Kingdom in the year 2007 with the aim of reducing the amount of food waste. The campaign has been promoted and circulated by many other countries to help save money and stopping tonnes of food waste being thrown away. Wasting food means that all the resources used to produce that food are also wasted, for example, water, land and fuel.


Therefore, Grand BlueWave Hotel Shah Alam accepts the challenge of ‘Love Food, Hate Waste’ in creating awareness of this campaign to the public on the right way to love our foods by promoting our new Agehan Japanese Restaurant Set Menu.


At Agehan Japanese Restaurant, where you can simply get exclusive Japanese cuisines, we introduce you our new Agehan Set Menu led by our Executive Sous Chef, Chef Firdaus Ismail. For those who are craving a sumptuous of Japanese food that are Halal certified, do not hesitate to eat at our restaurant for the new promotion of Agehan Set Menu. This Agehan Set Menu is suitable for a minimum of 2 persons per order and served in three different sets, every each set consists of food starter, soup, main course, appetiser, dessert and beverage.


The first set is called as Sashimi Gozen, priced at RM68.00+ per person. This set is a beautiful set up with food starter of Chuka Karaage (Jellyfish), Chuka Idako (Baby Octopus), Yasai Salada (Japanese Salad with Dressing), Chawan Mushi (Japanese Egg Custard) and Miso Shiro (Miso Soup). The set does not end here as there will be the main course of Teppanyakis such as Ika (Squid), Ebi (Prawn), Tori (Chicken) and two choices of rice, Yakemeshi (Fried Rice) or Gohan (Japanese Shortgrain Rice). Not to forget the appetiser for this set is Assorted Sashimi such as Tako (Octopus), Abura Bozu (White Tuna), Maguro (Tuna), Shake (Salmon) and California Temaki (California Hand Roll).


The second set is Sushi Gozen, priced at RM58.00+ per person with the food starter of Chuka Karaage (Jellyfish), Chuka Idako (Baby Octopus), Yasai Salada (Japanese Salad with Dressing), Chawan Mushi (Japanese Egg Custard) and Miso Shiro (Miso Soup). Further serving with varieties, the main course is Teppanyaki consists of Ika (Squid), Ebi (Prawn), Tori (Chicken) and two choices of rice, Yakemeshi (Fried Rice) or Gohan (Japanese Shortgrain Rice). As for the difference with the previous set, the appetiser consists of Assorted Sushi such as Tako Sushi (Octopus Sushi), Maguro Sushi (Tuna Sushi) and Shake (Salmon Sushi), while for the Assorted Makimono consists of Kappa Maki (Cucumber Maki) and Kani Maki (Crabstick Sushi).


Lastly, the third set is namely as Tempura Gozen, priced at RM48.00+ per person. The food starter for this set is similar to previous two sets while the main course is Teppanyaki consists of Ika (Squid), Tori (Chicken), Yasai (Vegetable), Saba Shioyaki (Grilled Mackerel Fish with Salt) and two choices of rice Yakemeshi (Fried Rice) or Gohan (Japanese Shortgrain Rice). This set generously ends with the appetiser of Tempura Moriawase such as Ebi (Prawn), Kizu (Fish), Carrot, Brinjal and Shitake.

All of these set ends with Japanese refreshing desserts and beverage of Mixed Fruit, Green Tea Ice cream and Hot or Cold Japanese Green Tea.

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

De Centum Mall Bangi 1957 Kopi + Makan Bangi Hangout Cafe



Looking for a place to hang out with your friends and families in Bangi, there is this new cafe, 1957 Kopi Makan at the De Centum Mall in Bangi.


1957 Kopi + Makan Cafe Address
De Centrum Mall, Jalan Ikram-Uniten
Kajang, Malaysia


At 1957 Kopi + Makan cafe, you will be greeted with a modern cafe setting. The cafe started more than 1 year ago with its menu featuring the local food such as the Nasi Lemak Ayam Berempah and local favourites. Recently, they have included in the new menu, some western delights to offers its customer a more varied choice. We had the chance to taste out some of these western fares and some local favourite dishes.



Our review started with an order of the Nicoise Salad (RM12.90). A combo of potatoes stack with French Beans, Cherry Tomatoes, Black Olives and Smoked Salmon with a vinegarette dressing topped with a Poached Egg.


After which, we sampled the Big Breakfast Set (RM28.90). A complete breakfast set with a choice of eggs done to your style i.e. Sunny side up, poached or scrambled. The Set also comes with sausage, baked beans, grilled tomatoes and a choice of chicken ham or beef bacon. Every order of the breakfast set comes with a glass of orange juice to complete a hearty breakfast. If you are a small eater, this Big breakfast can be had for 2 persons.


Moving along, we had the Chicken Chop (RM16.90). You can opt for 3 styles of cooking for your Chicken Chop which is the Hainan, Black Pepper or Mushroom sauce to go with your Chicken Chop. We had the Black Pepper style for our order. At 1957 Kopi + Makan, the sauce is not drenched on the Chop but instead serves separately, which is better especially for those that does not like it too saucy. We like the deep fried crisp to the chicken while the meat was still tender and succulent.


Our second mains was the Roasted Chicken (RM17.90). We really like this as the roasted chicken skin coupled with the creamy thyme sauce was perfectly matched out. Served with the accompaniments of mix potato and poached vegetables. Needless to say, we finish not only the chicken but the sauce as well.


1957 Kopi + Makan started off serving local dishes, so, we wanted to taste out one of its speciality dish which is the Nasi Kerabu Percik (RM15.90). This rice dish is served with cucumber pickled and raw sliced cabbages.


For snacks, we were strongly recommended with this Keropok Lekor (RM8.90) which was sourced directly from Terengganu. One of the main difference from the keropok lekor that we are familiar with its' tough chewy texture type. Incidentally, these type of keropok has been added with a voluminous amount of flour. But at 1957, these are very different as the inside texture is a soft type which has a stronger fish taste. It is truly a taste experience of a real Keropok Lekor as we were so used to the flour based type.


For desserts, we had a fusion Fried Banana Fritter aptly named as Pisang Special (RM5.90) which is topped with chocolate syrup and dashes of cheese to provide a milky taste to this dessert. Best eaten with an added scoop of vanilla ice cream that gives it a cool and hot feel to this special dessert.

1957 Kopi + Makan Cafe Location Address Map

Sunday, 19 March 2017

Thai Food Promotion - Absolute Thai Buffet Dinner at Makan Kitchen Double Tree Hilton Kuala Lumpur



Flavours of Thailand at DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur proudly presents its rich flavours of authentic Thai cuisines that will ignite your taste buds with its guest chefs hailing from Conrad Bangkok Bangkok


Let your taste buds tingle with delight in heat and spice as DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur brings authentic, beautiful and tasty dishes for guests to enjoy, featuring renowned Thai chefs from sister properties Conrad Bangkok and Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok, to exhibit a Thai dining experience like no other. Starting from March 1, 2017, to April 30, 2017, DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur will be offering five Thai inspired promotions for everyone to savour. 


Absolute Thai Buffet Dinner at Makan Kitchen which start from 3 March – 30 April 2017 Monday till Sunday 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm is priced at RM135 nett per person.


Our tasting started with the 2 appetizer; the first of which is the Som Tam which is a
Thai Papaya Salad with dried shrimps, roasted peanuts & chili mixed with a lime dressing 


while the second one is a rather unique to a Thai dish which is Gung Che Num Pa. Raw prawns are usually associated to Japanese but here the Chef serves this Raw Tiger Prawns with a cold specially crafted Thai dip. Truly an experience to taste it. Went for a second and third helping.


You can't complete a Thai dining experience until you taste the Tom Yam Soup which the Chef has chosen the Fresh water prawn as the base ingredient. The selection of this is superb as the roe in this prawn when mix with the spicy sourish soup was excellent although it was a tad on the salty side for me.


For the night, we were served 3 specialty mains dishes; the first is the Pla Neung Manao which essentially a Steamed Seabass with fragrant lime broth served with Khao Suay Steamed Thai white rice. We like the balance taste slight of spicy and sourish taste of this dish. 


This is then followed by the Nam Tok which is Grilled Angus Beef with Thai salad.


Our last main to taste was the Gang Kiew Wan Gai which is Thai green curry chicken. There were this pebbles like ingredient which we thought was the green peas but it was a mini brinjal which has a slight bitter taste to it.  


For the vegetables, the chef has cooked up the Rau Muong Xao Mam Tom which is also a Malaysian popular dish; Kang Kong with chilli & shrimp paste. I particular like this dish as the shrimp paste was not salty and has a distinct flavour in it.


For dessert, you can't missed out on the Khao Nieaw Mamuang which essentially is the Mango sticky rice.

and the Sangkaya Fukthong - Pumpkin custard


and finally the Tub Tim Krob i.e. Red Ruby & Jack fruit in coconut milk


The above is the special dishes that was cooked up for us to taste but there are many other Thai and local dishes (more than 80 dishes) for you to taste out for this buffet dinner spread.


Head Thai Chef for Conrad Bangkok, Inthira “Chef Jib” Phumpaijitr, draws inspiration from a strong Thai family heritage and has cultivated a robust hotel background in authentic Thai culinary. Combining hot cooking with a special skill in fruits and vegetable carving, her path to culinary success started from very humble beginnings as a pantry lady in a beach resort in Pattaya.

Today, her culinary prowess and kitchen leadership have taken her to countries like Finland, Denmark, Egypt and Sri Lanka to share her Thai inspiration and innovative creations. Now in Malaysia, Chef Jib will be in DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur for one month in March 2017 to share her unique talents of authentic Thai cooking.

Makan Kitchen Double Tree Hilton Kuala Lumpur Location Address Map