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Thursday, 15 September 2016

MALAYSIA INTERNATIONAL GASTRONOMY FESTIVAL (MIGF) ~ Theme 'HIGH OCTANE CHEFS' Are Back! At Berjaya Times Square

MALAYSIA INTERNATIONAL GASTRONOMY FESTIVAL (MIGF) 
1st to 31st October 2016

INTERNATIONAL GASTRONOMY FESTIVAL 

 During this time, Special Festival Menus will be presented by each of the participating restaurants and are available at special Festival prices designed to make it easier than ever to experience the sumptuous food for which these venues have earned their reputations. 


The theme for this year’s Festival is High Octane Chefs – an apt title considering that the ever-popular Taste MIGF takes place on the weekend between the Singapore and Malaysian F1 Grand Prix races, during which the city is expected to be packed with international motoring enthusiasts.


Reflecting the evolution of the dining scene in Malaysia, MIGF now stands for the Malaysia International Gastronomy Festival and not the previous ‘Gourmet Festival’. Whereas premium dining was once limited to the usual staples in a few five-star hotels, restaurants of all types have sprang up over the years offering many types of dining experiences.

CHEF RADZUAN HAMZAH
The Olive

The Olive

This year’s lineup of participating restaurants is among the best and most diverse in the Festival’s 15-year history. The Olive, one of the signature outlets of Genting Highlands and winner of the coveted Golden Cauldron Award for Best All-Round Restaurant of MIGF 2015 returns with Chef Radzuan Hamzah once again cooking up sensational Western Continental creations. 

LTITUDE Restaurant, Bar & Lounge

The Olive is accompanied by fellow Genting participant, LTITUDE Restaurant, Bar & Lounge

Marini’s on 57

 Neroteca

Senja

 Savini Ristorante Italiano

Italian food has always been a mainstay on the Festival roster and this year, the much-loved cuisine is once again well represented with Marini’s on 57, Neroteca and Senja returning to the Festival fold alongside new entrant Savini Ristorante Italiano.

CHEF KOK CHEE KIN
Dynasty, from Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel

CHEF TAN TZAAN LING
The Westin Kuala Lumpur’s Five Sen5es

MIGF favourite Dynasty, from Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel, returns with some of the city’s finest Chinese offerings; while The Westin Kuala Lumpur’s Five Sen5es is also back after a two year hiatus, offering premium Cantonese fare.

Samplings On The Fourteenth Restaurant

Ruyi & Lyn

Berjaya Times Square Hotel’s Samplings On The Fourteenth Restaurant makes its fifth Festival appearance this year, serving up fine Western Classic fare, while Ruyi & Lyn are back to dazzle with their innovative Pan Asian cuisine.

CHEF LESCOUEZEC FLORENT
2OX

 
CHEF DARRENCHIN
DC Restaurant

On the French side, two new players make an appearance – 2OX, a charming French bistro located in The Row, and DC Restaurant, an exciting new restaurant helmed by Le Cordon Bleu award winning graduate Darren Chin.

Southern Rock Seafood Kitchen

 Unique Seafood PJ23

The Elite Seafood Restaurant

A group of seafood specialists make their Festival debut, including Southern Rock Seafood Kitchen, Unique Seafood PJ23 and The Elite Seafood Restaurant. From Irish premium oysters to South African abalone, these eateries offer KL’s finest ocean treasures. 

CHEF PRADEEP KUMAR
Aliyaa Island Restaurant & Bar

Adding a dash of spice to the lineup is returning restaurant Aliyaa Island Restaurant & Bar, and newcomer Cinnamon, brightening up the spread with colourful Sir Lankan cuisine. 

 LHH Straits Chinese Kitchen 

DATO' YAAKOB FAZLEY
Suka Sucre Bistro

 Ketuhar

For a taste of authentic home cooked Penang Nyonya cuisine, head to LHH Straits Chinese Kitchen which also makes its debut, along with traditional Malay restaurant Ketuhar and Dato’ Yaakob Fazley’s eatery, Suka Sucre Bistro. 

Yoshinari 

The Sticky Wicket

 CHEF KOUTEIBA FAKIH
Imara Mediterranean Cuisine

Authentic flavours from the Land of the Rising Sun can be had at new Japanese restaurant Yoshinari and if you fancy a spot of cricket with your meal, The Sticky Wicket might be just up your alley. Meanwhile, Imara Mediterranean Cuisine brings a blend of delights from countries including Greece, Lebanon, Cyprus, Spain and other countries surrounding the basin. 

Yezi

Pampas, Old Malaya 

Rounding off the list as we go to print, are the purveyors of premium steamboat at Yezi, where some of the capital’s most unique broths can be found, and premium steakhouse Pampas, located in the revamped cluster of old shop-houses now known as Old Malaya. 

For a full list of MIGF restaurants as they are announced, be sure to keep an eye on www.migf.com .


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