Pune: Come and experience the authentic South –East Asian flavours at the Singapore- Malay Food Festival cooked up by specially flown in expat Chefs at J W Marriott Hotel Pune from 20th November to 5th Dec.
Chef Khairuzzaman Bin Ahmad Hadzri and Mr. Mohd Afiq Bin Tamdzis from Singapore have been specially invited by J W Marriott Hotel Pune to present to all its foodies the authentic taste of Singaporean and Malaysian Food.
The festival shall take place at 2 restaurants – Shakahari- the pan Asian vegetarian Restaurant and Spice Kitchen, the all-day dining to cater to the taste buds of both vegetarians as well as non-vegetarians. The fest will mesmerize its patrons with a holistic experience with not just the delicious food but also the decor, which brings out the South – East Asian elements of design.
The Festival will serve specially selected delicacies like Chicken Rendang, Gado Gado, Penang Rojak, Sambal Eggplant or Sambal Terung, Sayur Lodeh, Temptu Sayran, Tahu Bakar, Chicken Satay, Hainan Chicken Rice, Kari Sayur Campur, Char Kuay Teow and Sayur Lodeh to fulfil everyone’s culinary cravings.
Speaking on the occasion, Chef Mayur Tiwari, Executive Chef, J W Marriott Hotel Pune said, “JW Marriott is always keen on presenting world class authentic cuisines. Recently patrons have hugely appreciated our food festivals like Grand Trunk Road, Italian, Asparagus and Thai food fest. This time we have come up with a Singapore- Malaysian Food festival and have flown in two well known chefs for the same from Singapore as we have seen that Asian food festivals are always in demand here.
Speaking about the details of what Singapore and Malaysian Food is all about, Chef Mayur said that Singapore is like a boiling pot of various cultures like Chinese, Indonesian, Korean, Indian and Malaysian and is a country full of immigrants. Singapore has a culture of eating out and cooking at home is a rarity. Singaporean food is a mix of all these various foods and cultures and over the years has become a separate cuisine in itself. As for Malaysian food, Chef said that the core of Malaysian food is color and freshness. Malaysian food is all about using the freshest of ingredients both in veg and non-veg with a good mix of fresh greens and a fresh catch from the sea.
So come and indulge into the south-east Asian experience from 20th November to 5th Dec for Dinners from 7pm onwards. The buffet is priced at Rs. 1300 including taxes at Spice Kitchen and Rs. 1000 including taxes at Shakahari.
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