Thursday, October 16

Malaysia tastes like Venezuela @ InterContinental Hotel

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Thank you again the invitation from Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Malaysia, Mr. Manuel Guzman to getting the launching of the Gastronomic Festival "Malaysia tastes Like Venezuela" with the participation of the Venezuelan chef Adrian Yanez.

Chef Adrian Yanez is a graduate of the Centre of Gastronomic Studies (CEGA), where he served as a professor and head of the kitchen when he was barely 26 years old, becoming one of the prominent voices in the Venezuelan gastronomic events. He has worked with famous chefs from around the world, and did internships at Spanish restaurants with one or two Michelin stars.
The flavours and aromas of Venezuela will showcase incredible food diversity and cultural richness with age-old recipes that give each dish its distinctive flavor and quality. This gastronomic festival will display great Venezuelan classics includes fosforera-seafood soup, blackened roast beef, lamb in coconut curry gravy, mere corbullon, takari-spicy lamb stew, among others presented by Venezuelan celebrity chef Adrian Yanez.

There are various choices of salad, topping and sauces.

Choices of appetizers made from seafoods.

I have to said the freshness of oyster is too great where they are open for you immediately.

Choices of pasta with various sauces.

Roasted Chicken

Almond and Raisin Rice with Leek

Lamb in Coconut Curry Sauce

Cold Roast Beef with Green Sauce, Potatoes, Coriander and Avocado

Tuna Vinaigrette Citric Salad

Blackened Roast Beef

Chicken and Vegetables Stew

Satay Chicken and Beef

Dessert always indispensable in buffet session. Dessert they are prepare likes
Hazelnut Cream Verrine, Creme Brulee, Tiramisu, Lemon Meringue Tart, Blackforest Verane, Eclair, Passion Mango Mousse Cake, Grapefruit Pudding with Orange Syrup, Pineapple Pudding, Three Milks Cake with Italian Meringue, Black Chocolate Monten with Hazelnut Creme Anglaise.

Cheese Cake

Strawberry Red Velvet Cake

Chocolate Fountain 

Of course there offer Malaysia traditional kuih.

I had enjoy all the foods prepare by chef Adrian Yanez and I surprised that those food prepare with curry sauce actually is not spicy as Malaysian dish. According to their culture they are not like to eat spicy where their foods actually not have add any chilli or spicy material. Thank you for the sharing from Venezuelan and I had a great night with you all.

The gastronomic festival will held until 19th October 2014, hurry to make your reservation before the Venezuela Week is end.

Malaysia taste like Venezuela
Time: 6.30pm - 10.30pm
Venue: Serena Brasserie, InterContinental Kuala Lumpur, 165, Jalan Ampang, KL
Price: Rm108++ per adult and RM54++ per child aged from 3 years to 11 years old. 
Reservation: +603 2782 6228 or



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