Showing posts with label Melaka. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Melaka. Show all posts

Sunday, November 26, 2017

Tony Romas Malaysia Introduces Tony's Sharing Platters


Tony Romas Malaysia is not just a place for ribs anymore. Tony Romas Malaysia menu has been expanded to include varieties for all guests; not just rib eaters. Available is an extensive selection of seafood, steaks, chicken, lamb, salad, sandwiches and burger entrées along with the most unique appetizers and mini desserts. All food items served are suitable for Muslim consumption.


In the Klang Valley, there are nine Tony Roma’s outlets while two are located in Johor, one in Melaka and one in Kuching, Sarawak.


There’s a saying that food tastes better when it’s shared. Never look down on the importance of having a meal together with the people around you as it also helps to build and strengthens your relationship with them. With the festive season around the corner, Tony Roma’s announces the perfect sharing platters for you and your loved ones.


Starting from 13 November 2017 until 7 January 2018, Tony’s Sharing Platters offers not just one but THREE exciting platters. For beef fanatics, you will enjoy Tony’s Beef Ribs Platter that consists of World Famous Bountiful Beef Ribs – Roma Rack, 10 oz.


New York Strip and Half BBQ Chicken for RM189.90*.


For lamb aficionado, the Lamb Lover’s Platter consists of Lamb Noisettes served with Black Pepper Sauce,


Lamb Cevapi and Half BBQ Chicken at only RM179.90*.


While for seafood lovers; you can indulge in the Lobster & Friends Platter which offers Lobster, Grilled Blue Hake Fish and Shrimp Scampi Pasta for RM179.90*.



Each platter comes with three cups of Soup of the Day and three sides of your choice.


You can fully enjoy their meal by pairing the platters with one of Tony Roma’s Refreshing Mocktails at only RM15.90* each. The Zesty Apple is a blend of refreshing apple juice, ginger ale, cherry and lime soda, Sweet Cherry serves up a combination of lemon, Roma sour mix, strawberry and lime soda, Cranberry Fizz is a fusion of cranberry, apple and mango juices with a tinge of lime soda and the Miami Breeze is a mixture of pineapple juice, ginger ale, grenadine, cherry and lime soda.


“Due to the great response and high demand from the last Tony’ Sharing Platters, we have decided to bring it back, especially for Tony Roma’s fans,” said George Ang, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Grand Companions Sdn. Bhd, the franchise holder of Tony Roma’s Malaysia


“Through this limited-time menu, we would like to let everyone know that Tony Roma’s can be the place for family and friends to enjoy a fun time together while satisfying their cravings. Also, at times when you are feeling indecisive or just want to order multiple dishes on the menu but afraid of regretting it, Tony’s Sharing Platters is the best option,” said George Ang.


You can indulge in Tony’s Sharing Platters every day any time including weekends and public holidays at all Tony Roma’s outlet. The offer is not applicable to any other on-going promotions, discounts, vouchers and offers.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Nyonya Food Melaka The Tranquerah Damansara GLO Kuala Lumpur



The Tranquerah located at Damansara GLO Kuala Lumpur is imbued with an old world atmosphere, which makes for an enchanting and authentic Nyonya Food Melaka dining experience. The focus in The Tranquerah which was awarded by Malaysia Tatler Dining - Best Top 5 Nyonya Restaurant in KL & PJ 2015 and it is renowned as one of the restaurants to go for its Nyonya delicacies.


The Tranquerah Damansara GLO Kuala Lumpur Address
LG09, Lower Ground Floor, GLO Damansara, 
No 699, Jalan Damansara
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


There is a huge difference between the different Peranakan Dishes that are available, you can check out the details on Wikipedia but the 2 most popular are the Nyonya Melaka and Nyonya Penang that are often mistaken as the same by many. The Nyonya Penang has a sourish tone like the popular Assam Laksa, while the Nyonya Melaka has a richer flavour like the Buah Keluak dishes and the Ayam Pongteh.


The menu at The Tranquerah is specially curated by the Nyonya celebrity chef, Florence Tan, which serves authentic Malacca Nyonya Cuisine. A few of their signature dishes are Ayam Buah Keluak, Ayam Pongteh, Gerang Asam Fish, Udang Masak Lemak Nenas, Tamarind Prawns, ltik Tim soup and Pai Tee.



One of the most popular delicacies in the Nyonya Melaka dishes is the Buah Keluak. Little is known about this ingredient as one of the delicious ingredients. We were told that this Buah Keluak (Pangium Edule) is poisonous and needed to be treated in the right way to enjoy this delicious offering.



Buah Keluak is a rather mysterious fruit. The whole plant is poisonous, and yet the seeds are painstakingly prepared and eaten as a Nyonya delicacy. The fresh fruit and seeds contain hydrogen cyanide and are deadly poisonous if consumed without prior preparation. The seeds are first boiled and then buried in ash, banana leaves and earth for forty days. The method relies on the fact that the hydrogen cyanide released by the boiling and fermentation is water-soluble and easily washed out. Check this out on Wikipedia.


So naturally our first dish that we reviewed is the Keluak Pasta (soon to be introduced in the standard menu). From the look of it, our first thought was a black pepper pasta, but once it reaches our mouth, you can taste the Buah Keluak which has a slightly bitter nutty taste that’s almost reminiscent of a good single origin dark chocolate with an added spiciness from the use of some black pepper to prep it out a little. A great taste to start our review.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Malaysian Food: Iconic and Signature Malaysian Dish From All Over Malaysia

Eating Malaysia: Travel around the country of Malaysia in search of the iconic and signature dishes all over Malaysia, as we celebrate the delicious diversity that has united us as people of Malaysia and put us on the world map.

Best Malaysian Food


The following are some of the top Must Eat dishes as compiled by Star Special Malaysia Day edition from each of the State of Malaysia. To read the details write-up and where to eat these specialty dishes; please click on the link for each of the state.


Must Eat Perlis Specialty & Signature Dishes: Ikan Bakar, Pekasam, Laksa Kuala Perlis, Pulut Mempelam


Must Eat Kedah Specialty & Signature Dishes: Laksa Kedah, Gulai Nangka, Dodol, Bahulu


Must Eat Penang Specialty & Signature Dishes: Nasi Kandar, Char Kway Teow, Assam Laksa, Mee Goreng


Must Eat Perak Specialty & Signature Dishes: Hor Fun, Rendang Tok, Chicken and Bean Sprouts, Ipoh White Coffee.


Must Eat Selangor Specialty & Signature Dishes:  Satay, Mamak Rojak, Bak Kut Teh, Yong Tau Foo


Must Eat Wilayah Persekutuan Specialty & Signature Dishes: Hokkien Mee, Pan Mee, Banana Leaf Rice


Must Eat Negeri Sembilan Specialty & Signature Dishes: Kuala Pilah Rendang, Rembau Rendang, Masak Lemak Cili Api, Daging Salai, Serembab Siew Pau.


Must Eat Melaka Specialty & Signature Dishes: Debal Curry (aka Devil Curry), Ayam Pongteh, Satay Celup, Chicken Rice Balls.


Must Eat Johor Specialty & Signature Dishes: Laksa Johor, Otak-Otak, Pajeri Nenas, Ayam Pedas.


Must Eat Pahang Specialty & Signature Dishes: Ikan Patin Masak Tempoyak, Laksa Kuah Putih, Ikan Bakar Petai, Jala Mas Puding DiRaja.
  

Must Eat Terengganu Specialty & Signature Dishes: Nasi Dagang, Keropok Lekor, Solok Lada, Sata
  

Must Eat Kelantan Specialty & Signature Dishes: Nasi Kerabu, Laksam, Ayam Percik, Ketupat Sotong


Must Eat Sabah Specialty & Signature Dishes; Pinasakan, Mee Tuaran, Ngiu Chap, Hinava
  

Must Eat Sarawak Specialty & Signature Dishes: Sarawak Laksa, Umai, Manuk Pansuh, Kolo Mee

There you have it, for all you Malaysian Foodies, hope you can try all of these. You can comment on how many you have tried and which is your best signature and specialty dishes from all over Malaysia. 

Happy Food Hunting and Happy Malaysia Day.