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szdaily -> Food drink
Taste of Malaysia arrives at Café Zen
     2013-August-30  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    FROM Friday to Sept. 12, Café Zen of Futian Shangri-La, Shenzhen will present the Taste of Malaysia, a food festival that highlights many of Malaysia’s well-loved treats and timeless dishes. The hotel’s Malaysian executive sous chef, Edwin Loh, will proudly serve over 20 dishes featuring the intensely fragrant flavors of his homeland during lunch and dinner buffets.

    Guests will be able to savor an array of authentic Malaysian specialties, including Kari Ayam Kapitan, spicy chicken curry with coconut milk; Sambal Udang, sautéed prawns with a chili and dried shrimp paste which is ubiquitous in Malaysian kitchens; and Daging Rendang, stewed beef with roasted grated coconut and kaffir lime. Classic Malaysian desserts, such as Bubur Cha Cha sweet potato in coconut sauce, pandan crepes with grated coconut, ice Kacang Malaysian shaved ice and palm sugar jelly, will also be available during the meals.

    A live cooking station adds entertainment during the food festival. The cooking process of such Malaysian delicacies as Rojak Buah, a traditional fruit salad mixed with shrimp paste, sambal and chili sauce; Daging Dan Ayam Sate, grilled satay with condiments; and Loh Bak, deep-fried meatballs wrapped with soy bean sheets, will be showcased on site.

    The Taste of Malaysia promotion is not only a special treat for Malaysian food lovers, but also a culinary experience for those new to ethnic Southeast Asian cuisine. Guests can enjoy the buffet at the regular price of 208 yuan per person for lunch from Mondays to Fridays and at 248 yuan per person on Saturdays and Sundays. Dinner is available at 278 yuan per person from Sundays to Thursdays and at 338 yuan per person on Fridays and Saturdays.

    Tel: 8828-4088

    Add: 4088 Yitian Road, Futian District(Amber Zhang)

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