Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Festival Menu @ Imperial Rama.

In conjunction with "Red Hot Chefs" Malaysia International Gourmet
Festival from 1-31 October 2014, Imperial Rama is one of the participating 

We went for our lunch date.

The Festival Menu is priced at Rm338/pax or Rm438 with wine pairing/pax.

As  we are not wine connoisseur, we picked the Rm338/pax that comes with
Genting signature Pu er tea. 

The food served are pleasing with details to the eyes and satisfying to the stomach .

The intricacies of fresh ingredients, herbs, spices and time spent by the chefs, 
makes the meal so elaborate and takes my taste buds to a higher level.

It was worth driving all the way up the resort for this festival menu.  

The photos did not turned up well because of their blue tinted glass windows.

Appetizer- Chilean Sea Bass with fruits(passion fruit) and Vegetables Salad(asparagus, mushroom).

Soup- Dried Seafood (fish maw, sea cucumber, bamboo pith...) with superior Pumpkin soup and Apple flakes..

Main Course - Salt Baked Abalone served with Honey Apple juice.

Main Course - Pan fried Lobster with Castle Ramen.

Dessert - Bird's Nest Snow Chrysanthemum Tea with Red Dates Layered cake.

 Location: Level 2, Maxims,
Genting Highlands.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Seafood Claypot @Imperial Rama Restaurant.

Would you pay Rm394/ for this Seafood clay pot.?

This clay pot of seafood served four small eaters only.

Most of the seafood ingredients are dried ones, so it's needs 
to be cleaned and double-boiled for hours before it's could be
incorporated in the cooking process.

The ingredients are dried scallop, abalone, top grade mushroom,
fish maw, sea cucumber and goose web feet.

It's braised for hours with top grade soy and in house secret ingredients,
rendering flavors and taste to it.

Most of it are soft to the bite and the broth oozes with heavenly sweetness
and goes well with the fragrant white rice.

Location: Level 2, Maxims,
Genting Highlands Resort.