Indonesia Food & Cultural Festival @ Mosaic, Mandarin Oriental KL
Mosaic at Mandarin Oriental KL celebrates all things Indonesian from 16 March to 24 March 2012. In collaboration with the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia and Garuda Indonesia, Mosaic introducing an Indonesian Food and Cultural Festival, the cuisine will be prepared by Chef Kusram Deni from Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta. Diners will be treated to a wide array of Indonesian dishes with three menus on rotation daily. Price: Lunch is priced at RM88++ per person while dinner is at RM108++ per person (Sunday to Thursday) and RM128++ per person (Friday and Saturday).
Lobby Level, Mandarin Oriental
Kuala Lumpur City Centre,
50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: 603-2179 8881
GPS Coordinates: 3.15568, 101.7120
Price: Lunch is priced at RM88++ per person while dinner is at RM108++ per person (Sunday to Thursday) and RM128++ per person (Friday and Saturday).
The festival week commenced with a grand launch at Lounge at the Park and Mosaic. The festival was officiated by Mr Mulya Wirana, Charge D'Affaires of Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia with the cutting of nasi tumpeng, a signature dish used by the Indonesians for significant events. Entertainment for the evening included gamelan music, cultural dance and fashion shows.
Indonesian cultural dance
Miss Tourism Indonesian 2011 - Melisa Putri Latar
Indonesia Food Corner
Orders of the day include Balinese spiced satay, satay lilit bumbu Bali, Mie Godog Jogjakarta, Pepes Ikan Mas, and the authentic Indonesian rice dish Nasi Goreng paired with shrimps, chicken and satay. Other delicious Indonesian fare include opor ayam, ikan bakar, otak-otak, oxtail soup, kethroprak Jakarta, balado ikan cue, nasi uduk, empal balado and ayam taliwang.
Satay (Beef, Lamb and Chicken)
Satay Lilit Bumbu Bali
Rawon (braised beef in kluwek broth, baby breansprout and salted egg dish from Surabaya Jawa Timur
Pepes Ikan Mas (steamed wrapped ikan mas in banana leaf with turmeric and Indonesia herb)
Cumi masak hitam - squids
Gulai Nangka (young jackfruit cooked in coconut and chili dish from Padang Sumatra Barat)
Japanese, Western, Indian, Chinese and dessert also available, other than Indonesian Food
Bread and Cheese Corner
Urab kampung (steamed spinach, cabbage, beansprout, cassava leaf, papaya leave, and other available vegetables, dressing freshly grated young coconut and chilli, dish from Jawa Tengah)
Salad ayam bumbu bali (thin sliced cooked chicken mixed with special Balinese dressing, dish from Bali)
Balinese Salad Lawar
Karedok Bandung (fresh cabbage, green bean, beansprout, cucumber and other tropical vegetables tossed with peanut sauce, dish from Bandung Jawa Barat)
Grilled/ BBQ counter (Highly recommended you try the grilled lamb and beef)
Ice Cream/ Sorbet Counter
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