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BY CK Lam

Rasa Deli at Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa, Penang is introducing mouthwatering variety of cheesecakes in the month of July. Cheesecake lovers will rejoice with variations such as Red Velvet Cheese Cake, Marble Cheese Cake, Green Tea Cheese Cake, Butterscotch Mascarpone Cheese Cake, Coconut Pandan Cheese Cake and Signature Cheese Cake.

New executive pastry chef, Dino Wan Teik Boon who has graced many prestigious events with his creations spent the afternoon sharing the cakes with us in the Spice Market Cafe. He serves them into plates, starting with the Signature Cheese Cake. This non-bake cheesecake made with yogurt is light and has a velvety smooth texture. The recipe for this cheesecake had it baked over a crunchy cracker crust.

Cheesecakes at Rasa Deli, Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa, Penang by what2seeonline.com

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BY CK Lam

Since 1993, Feringgi Grill has been nominated by the readers of Malaysia Tatler as one of Malaysia’s Best Restaurants for its exceptional cuisine and service. The restaurant with its exquisitely prepared modern grill cuisine, wide range of vintage wines and fine cigars was recently listed in first annual “101 Best Hotel Restaurants Around The World” by The Daily Meal, New York.

Today, the restaurant is helmed by German chef de cuisine, Matthias Tretbar, who focus on grilled dishes. He has 12 years of experience working in his home ground in Munich, West Germany before moving to Muscat, Oman in the Middle East and most recently in Bangkok, Thailand.

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I recently had the pleasure of having dinner with a group of US food journalists who were all flown in by MATRADE to discover Malaysia cuisine and promote them back in America.

The food journalists were none other than the well known Bret Thorn – food editor of Nation’s Restaurant News, Bob Lape – food reporter for WCBS-AM New York and his charming wife, Joanna Pruess – columnist for Specialty Food Magazine and contributor for Food Arts Magazine.

US Food Journalists discovering Malaysian Cuisines in Penang by what2seeonline.com

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Great news for gourmet lovers!

Spice Market Cafe in the luxury Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa is now having an attractive promotion with its Buy Two Free One concept for everyone. This promotion runs from now until 17th December 2009.

The buffet is very popular and known to have a display of many different sumptuous dishes across the restaurant’s open counters and kitchenette. Diners will definitely be spoilt for choice with cold selection of seafood, Japanese food, Western and local delights.

The promotion is applicable for Monday to Thursday.
Hours :  6.30 pm – 10.30 pm

Buffet dinner is priced at :
RM104++ (adult)
RM52++ (child)

Spice Market Cafe of Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa by what2seeonline.com

More information and the latest news on their Food and Beverages outlets can be found at their Food & Beverages website.

The 2+1 offer is also available at the Feringgi Grill & Bar and Pinang Restaurant & Bar.

Feringgi Grill & Bar of Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa by what2seeonline.com

Pinang Restaurant & Bar of Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa by what2seeonline.com

P.S. No need to print out any flyers, just call in advance to make a reservation.

Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa
Batu Feringgi Beach
11100 Penang
Malaysia

Tel : 04 8888888

Category : Halal

My other visits to Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa  :

Afternoon Tea @Rasa Wing Lounge in Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa

Buffet Dinner at Shangri-La Rasa Sayang Resort And Spa

 

This year we celebrated dad’s birthday at the Spice Market Cafe in Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa. Located in Batu Feringgi, Penang, the resort went through a major renovation lately.

This cafe with indoor and outdoor sitting is located in the Garden Wing (we choose to sit indoor cos its cooler). At the entrance of the cafe, you will find a displayed of many different types of spices and utensils.

 

There are many stations serving a mix variety of food – Malay, Chinese, Indian, Western and Japanese. At the cold station is a variety of seafood – baby lobster, prawns, mussels, yabbies and flower crabs.

The Japanese station offers variety of sushi,  freshly cut sashimi – salmon, tuna, tako and unagi.

Here are the various types of food from the ‘hot’ stations.

 

The last stop is the desserts and sweets corner. Choices are endless, with mouthwatering cakes, ice-cream, fresh fruits and delicious pancakes.

 

 

With efficient service and the quality of food, this is one of the better hotel buffet around town. At RM87.00++ per person (during weekdays), it is worth the money. Diners paying by certain credit card are also entitled to a discount.

It is an enjoyable evening and we definitely would be returning to Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa again to try out the various dining outlets.


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