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Thursday, 30 August 2018


Muhibah Chefs! Good Food Brings Us Together
The Malaysia International Gastronomy Festival is back and will take place from the 1st to 30th September 2018. Throughout the Food Festival month, Malaysia’s premier league of dining venues will serve special Festival Menus at special Festival prices.

Adding to this will also be a host of Festival Offers that are sure to elevate each dining experience. The theme for this year’s festival is ‘Muhibah Chefs! Good Food Brings Us Together’. There is no such thing as too many chefs spoiling the broth when it comes to MIGF.

All the chefs work together for the common good and every diner benefits. After all, nothing connects people better than food and this Malaysia Food Festival theme reflects this too. This year’s MIGF features cuisines from around the world including Malaysian, French, Sri Lankan, Korean, Cantonese, Italian, South Asian, Western, Asian Fusion and many more.

Taste MIGF Is Back!
The spectacular preview event of MIGF will be returning to Berjaya Times Square Hotel & Convention Centre for one gastronomic weekend on the 1st and 2nd September. Taste MIGF will gather Malaysia’s best restaurants in a special dining area – the Theatre of Cuisines – where bite-sized portions of food are on offer from their specially created Festival Menus. 

Taste MIGF promises exciting gastronomical activities for the whole family in a carnival-like atmosphere. Aside from the delicious food being served in the Theatre of Cuisines, visitors to Taste MIGF can also shop at the Epicure International Gourmet Village, attend Master Chefs cooking classes, enjoy wine appreciation talks and a host of other informative lifestyle workshops.  

Super Gourmet Safari at the Theatre Of Cuisines
The Theatre of Cuisines will be open from 11am to 10pm on both days of Taste MIGF. Visitors can embark on a Super Gourmet Safari to sample culinary creations by some of the country’s best chefs as they serve up tasting portions from their Festival Menus. Taste portions are designed to be big enough to satisfy but small enough to allow space for as many dishes as possible. For more details, visit us at www.tastemigf.com

Pre-Purchase Gastro Dollars first and enjoy a discount!
To go on a Super Gourmet Safari, all visitors need do is purchase Gastro Dollars or go cashless with the Boost e-Wallet. Gastro Dollars will be available on the day of the event itself but can also be preordered online at a 10% discount and then collected at the venue during Taste MIGF. Click Here To Purchase The Gastro Dollars: www.v4tickets.com/product/gastro-dollar

A diverse line-up makes up the MIGF collective this year, including new and returning establishments. The winner of the Golden Cauldron, DC Restaurant, returns this year with exquisite contemporary French fare from Le Cordon Bleu Paris alumnus Chef Darren Chin.

Treat your taste buds to French fare with a Mediterranean twist at 2OX

The Mandarin Oriental for traditional Cantonese at Lai Po Heen – the latter returning into the Festival fold after five years.

The Marriott Putrajaya also makes a comeback to the Festival with Chinese restaurant Summer Palace.

A trio of eateries helmed by restauranteur Modesto Marini grace the roster; Marble 8,

Marini’s on 57

M Marini Grand Caffè & Terrazza, each of which has become a household name over the years

Expect a forward-thinking menu from the returning SukaSucré Bistro, where fusion is the name of the game, and if you fancy Italian,

Nero Nero offers some of the finest in KL.

Nulnu also debuts this year with health-focused foods combining Western and Chinese delights.

Jibby East

Serai @ Pavilion makes their way to MIGF for the first time, providing modern Pan Asian and Northern Malaysian-Thai flavours respectively.

Drop Exchange is also a fresh face in MIGF 2018, offering a mix of Indian and Parsi cuisine.
Progressive Japanese fare comes courtesy of new entrant Kikubari,

Nadodi is set to take diners on a voyage traversing South Asian cuisines.

Festival veteran Samplings on the Fourteenth is on board once again to deliver fine Western Classical fare.

From Malaysia’s Pearl of the Orient comes the swanky Gen 根, extending a progressive menu to tempt the palate.

Resorts World Genting comes in with the award-winning The Olive restaurant and the one-of-a-kind e18hteen Inspired Cuisine where Artisanal Chinese cuisine adorns the menu,

The soon-to-be-opened High Line, where an assortment of themed eateries and bars rub shoulders

Also in Genting, Hugo’s In The Sky at the Grand Ion Delemen Hotel offers breath-taking views of the Titiwangsa mountain range – the perfect complement to the blend of Mediterranean fare on the menu.

Back down in the capital, Mamanda presents its take on classic Malay cuisine with Group Executive Chef Dato’ Fazley Yaakob,

and Aliyaa Island Restaurant & Bar returns with a colourful spread of Sri Lankan cuisine.

Meanwhile, The FACE Suites joins the Festival for the first time this year with its lofty European restaurant Tangerine,

as does Champignons over at Ara Damansara, which is helmed by the affable Chef Gary Chang.

Meat-lovers are in for a treat as Pampas Steakhouse, Old Malaya comes back to treat diners with tenderloins and T-bones,

while Spice Garden makes itself heard with a mix of Northern Indian and Middle Eastern.   

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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