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.