Things will be spicing up at Starhill Gallery with the launch of its coming annual Midsummer Nights Feast on the 2nd July 2010. The eight day festival promises the presence of top celebrity chefs featuring special menus of fine food paired with great wine, accompanied by music and fashion shows.
The tagline for this year’s event is Experience the Fine Art of Flavours, and it will definitely live up to its name with vibrant delicious cuisines forming delightful artistry created by the celebrity chefs. I was invited to the press conference and food samplings. Well, there are plenty of tasty delights and I sampled plenty of fabulous cuisine that will be offered at this year’s culinary event.
Experience the fine art of flavors at Starhill Gallery!
YTL Corporate Executive Chef, Chef Kevin Cape will be heading the culinary team alongside Chef Johann Ong Of Shook! Kuala Lumpur and Chef Jacqueline Qiugiong of Shook! Shanghai.
The culinary scene is buzzing with excitement, as the event will be graced by the presence of other international cast of celebrity chefs specially flown in for this gourmet festival. Celebrity chefs will be on hand to share the fine art of flavors, recipes and invaluable tips in the Master Chef Classes, conducted on 3rd & 4th July 2010.
Special menus and delectable assortment of food will also be offer by other participating restaurants at the gallery during the feast period. The participating restaurants included Enak, Fisherman’s Cove, Gonbei, Jake’s Charboil Steaks, Jogoya, KoRyo-Won, Luk Yu Tea House, MyThai, Pak Loh Chiu Chow Restaurant, Village Bar, Tarbush Restaurant, Sentidos Tapas and Shook!.
The Village Bar, with its pillars made out of stacked recycled bottles and colorful overhead lights, is a great meeting place for winding down. Mocktails such as Berries on the Rock, White Candy and the Ultimate Summer are just few of the many refreshing drinks available in their Midsummer Nights Feast Menu.
Series of cocktails and drinks from the Village Bar
PAK LOH CHIU CHOW RESTAURANT
Pak Loh Chiu Chow restaurant with a cozy ambiance serves authentic Teochew style Chinese cuisine.
SHOOK! – ASIAN & EUROPEAN SHOWCASE RESTAURANT
Expect to savor the Best of the Best fusion cuisine with Japanese, Chinese Wok, Italian and Western Grill in Shook!.
One of the Shook! Appetizer – Tempura soft shell crab with curry sea salt
JAKE’S CHARBROIL STEAKS
This restaurant with a cowboy town atmosphere serves quality steaks and seafood.
Jake’s Charboiled Lamb Leg
Jake’s Spring to Summer Jumbo Prawns
Vegetable carving and the huge crab from Jogoya
Lobster Salad and plenty of mouthwatering desserts
This restaurant located on the Relish Floor serves fine authentic Japanese cuisine.
Salmon Akebono Yaki, grilled to perfection & the Saba Oshi Sushi
Mouthwatering sweet Thai desserts
Seafood Platter with premium oysters, prawns, squid, fish, clams and mussels
KORYO-WON KOREAN RESTAURANT
Koryo-Won offers fine authentic Korean fusion cuisines. The delightful banchan is full of colors and flavours.
Delicious Korean BBQ Spread
ENAK KL – REDISCOVER TRUE MALAY CUISINE
The warm and pleasantly decorated restaurant offer varieties of Indonesian and Malaysian cuisine.
Flavorful Ayam Bakar Percik accompanied by grilled young asparagus
Explore the delicious Middle Eastern cuisine from this restaurant with charming decorations.
Lunch, Afternoon Tea and Supper Sets are available in Tarbush
Diners get to savor the delightful gems from the seas, specially prepared by the crew in the open concept kitchen.
A prawn appetizer from Fisherman’s Cove
LUK YU TEA HOUSE
The menu of this restaurant offers a range of Chinese cuisine with a vast selection of China and Taiwan wok dishes as well as Hong Kong style dim sum.
Steamed Village Chicken with wolfberries and kailan
The open concept kitchen of Luk Yu Tea House
The Fine Art of Flavors at Midsummer Nights Feast 2010 will be celebrating with enjoyable and spectacular fashion shows by icons of French and Italian styles, and live performances by Najwa Mahiaddin and Syafinaz Selamat.
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