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Thursday 20 October 2016

MIGF FESTIVE MENU 2016 At YEZI At The Roof Bandar Utama Petaling Jaya

YeZi At The Roof, a well-known brand for serving premium cuisines is one of my top favourite place to dine and enjoy fresh, delicious and top quality fresh steamboat. What the restaurant is best known for, however, is its five unique coconut-based broths which are spiced up with the Taiwanese beef, truffle flavourings and other premium ingredients. Apart from the special broths, YeZi prides itself on serving fresh ingredients and tasty dipping sauces.

It has been quite a while since I visited YeZi since I was last there to try out their CNY Dinner Delights at the beginning of the year. Read here for my previous reviews: YeZi 1st Blog Post & CNY Menu 2016 

Award-Winning Restaurant

YeZi brought home 8 awards at last year’s MIGF including some key notable ones such as “Most Outstanding Soup” for YeZi’s specially-created ‘Wild Forest Truffle Mushroom Broth’, “Most Outstanding Starter” for ‘Salt and Pepper Mushrooms’ and ‘Homemade YeZi Hand Roll’, “Most Outstanding Dessert” for YeZi’s ‘Coconut with Avocado’ and “Most Outstanding Main Course” under the alternative category for its premium seafood such as Alaskan Crab and Geoduck, freshly handmade savoury balls and dumplings, as well as imported meats ranging from Japanese Matsusaka Beef to Iberico Meat.

YEZI MIGF Festive Menu 2016 
RM 299 Nett - 2 Pax
Without Wine

In  conjunction with the Malaysian International Gastronomy Festival this year, YeZi, an award-winning restaurant reinventing its best flavours with new menu includes a healthy nutritious dose of broth and fusion delicacies. 

For the second year in a row, YeZi is proud to announce its participation in MIGF, taking a different approach by debuting new creations such as the Malacca-inspired “Fried Chicken Rice Ball with Saffron Coated Salted Egg Batter”, a brand new soul-satisfying broth – “Ginseng Herbal Soup with Black Chicken” and one of the most trending desserts right now with a twist – “Water Drop Coconut Sago Gula Melaka dessert” which was a hit at this year’s edition of Taste MIGF all thanks to YeZi’s Head Chef – Chef Chong Fook Choy.

Head Chef Chong Fook Choy
Head Chef Chong Fook Choy

Under the theme 'The High Octane Chefs’ this year, YeZi's highly experienced Head Chef Chong Fook Choy has put together an amazing menu to bring diners on a journey of tantalising cuisine, all set to pamper your taste buds and warm the soul. 

I'm privileged to be invited to taste this Festive Menu this year, which is priced at RM RM 299 Nett per 2 Pax. I would say, it is value-for-money, affordably priced for its exclusive treats and fine standards. Let me take you on a gastronomical dining experience at YeZi At The Roof now!

Note: The platter shown above is for our food tasting session with serving portion good enough for approximately 8 pax.

Fried Chicken Rice Ball With Saffron Coat and Salted Egg Batter


Ginseng Herbal Jelly Soup With Black Chicken
Ginseng Herbal Jelly Soup With Black Chicken

Ginseng Herbal Jelly Soup With Black Chicken
Ginseng Herbal Jelly Soup With Black Chicken is made from fresh chicken bones and old hen and the restaurant's secret blend of ingredients including fresh Korean ginseng cooked for more than 8 hours in fresh chicken stock. Chinese herbs such as wolfberries and dried red dates are added to add depth of flavour to the nutritious soup. 

The broth when served are in form of collagen jelly, once melted after boiling, gives the broth a thick texture and makes it mildly bittersweet. However, the smell of the broth is rich and quite strong.

Lobster Balls, Coriander Squid Balls, Cheese Chicken Balls, & Black Sesame Squid Balls
(From top left - Clockwise)

I loved all these daily made fresh meatballs. My personal favourite is both the Coriander Squid Balls and the Black Sesame Squid Balls. Big and bouncy made from squid meat, are so tender and ridiculously delicious in every bite and absolutely addictive too.

 Coconut Dumplings

Shao Xing Dumplings
Shao Xing Dumplings

This seafood-licious platter is filled with ocean-fresh premium seafood like razor clams. Tiger prawns, White clams and prawn paste.

Prawn Paste In Bamboo
 Prawn Paste In Bamboo

Their prawn paste, another top pick for my palate. The house made prawn paste is smooth with a bouncy texture served creatively in a bamboo container. 

White Clams & Razor Clams
Razor Clams

Spanish Black Pig

Sliced Beef

Assorted Noodles

 Handmade Fu Chok Rolls

Remember to cook these tasty Fu Chok rolls just by dipping them with your chopsticks in the flavoursome broth for a minute or so. The thin slices will be cooked or soften quickly just by dipping in the hot broth.  

Mixed Vegetables & Mushrooms
Mixed Vegetables & Mushrooms

 WaterDrop Coconut Topped With Gula Melaka, Sago & Crushed Peanuts

Savouring this delightful dessert reminds me of Ishin Japanese Dining's Raindrop Cake or the Mizu Shingen Mochi. Light, delicate with melt-in-mouth texture, simply refreshing and delicious to eat especially with the sago, crushed peanuts and it goes well with the gula Melaka too.
RM 299 Nett - 2 Pax
Without Wine

The Steamboat 3-tier platter, YeZi MIGF Festive Set is specially prepared for 2 pax sharing basis. Priced at RM 299 nett for 2 pax (without wine), it will be available throughout the month of October and also made available at YeZi’s second outlet located in 1 Mont Kiara.

Fresh MeatBalls & Seafood Items

Mushrooms, Noodles, Prawn Paste, Dumplings & Vegetables

The MIGF festival menu boasts a list of the finest offerings at YeZi including the freshest ingredients from the wonders of the sea, handmade dumplings and savoury balls to top class imported meat slices.

“We had a great time and some moments of triumph at MIGF last year. The exposure we’ve gained for our brand was priceless and this has definitely helped us in elevating our positioning in the F&B industry as a premium steamboat restaurant. MIGF has grown exponentially since its humble beginnings and now is a prestigious platform for the finest chefs and restaurants to get together to collectively showcase their best and have a common goal – to promote, innovate and diversify the overall F&B and dining experience in the country”, said Carolyn Teh, General Manager of The Roof.

Gourmands everywhere can make a date with YeZi now to enjoy this once-in-a-year MIGF festival menu at a competitive price and experience the cultural magnificence of premium Chinese steamboat with YeZi’s own cultural twists and turns.

For more details, kindly log on to www.facebook.com/yezi.TheRoof or www.migf.com. For reservations and further inquiries, please call 012 – 323 5841 / 03 – 8605 3388 (The Roof) or 012-331 3261 / 03 – 6243 1166 (1 Mont Kiara). 

The Roof Sky Level
1 First Avenue
Bandar Utama
No.3 Lebuh Bandar Utama
Bandar Utama
Petaling Jaya
Tel: 012 – 323 5841 or 03 – 8605 3388 (The Roof)
Tel: 012-331 3261 or 03 – 6243 1166 (1 Mont Kiara). 
Website: theroof.com.my

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