It was a fantastic gastronomic delight spending a Sunday afternoon discovering a luxurious spread of cuisines in the Feast Village Sunday Brunch at Shook! From here I had the chance to savor an exotic array of Asian to Fusion cuisines from a number of restaurants under one roof – Shook!, Luk Yu Tea House, Gonbei Fine Japanese Cuisine and Fisherman’s Cove Seafood Restaurant.
Teppanyaki Kaisen – Teppanyaki of Mixed Seafood with Garlic Fried Rice
The Sunday Brunch is priced at RM158++ per person for food only and RM198++ per person with freshly squeezed juices and lovely refreshing cocktails such as Mojitos, Martinis and Margaritas and free flowing Piper-Heidsieck champagne.
Shook! walk-in cellars houses over 3,000 bottles of some of the world’s most outstanding wines, including the world’s largest vertical collection of Chateau Mouton Rothschild Artist label series, featuring every vintage from 1945 to 1997 in both standard and magnum bottles. Also available are European wines from the signature Shook! label.
There are many dishes laid out on the buffet stations. For seafood lovers, you can check out the varieties of fresh oysters, prawn, clams, mussels and flower crabs from The Ice Station. The Japanese Station presented a colorful selection of fresh Sushi and Sashimi and an assortment of Yakitori and Tempura. My favorite was the fresh oysters topped with some cracked pepper alongside a glass of Piper-Heidsieck champagne.
Variety of cheeses – Tomme de Savoie, Asiago, Reblochon & Maroilles
Fresh briny prawns
From the Salad Station, there were servings of Romaine Lettuce, Cherry tomato and other cold dishes which were comforting with the Roasted Beef Loin and Roasted Lamb Leg from the Carving Station.
The Italian station holds many flavors, with plenty of cold cuts, air dried beef, air dried lamb, antipastos and pizzas with various toppings made from the oven on the spot. Simply delightful!