Indonesian Food Festival @ Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar

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Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar is proudly presents to you the Indonesian Food Festival from 11 to 29 May 2015 at LINK All Day Dining by spreading out an array of authentic Indonesian delicacies.

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Indonesian food is one of the most vibrant cuisine in the world, full of intense flavor and variant texture. It never fail to surprise us with its diversified delicacies, bursting flavors and colourful presentation. Guest will get the opportunity to discover the complex flavor of Indonesian cuisine through this exciting culinary experience.

Sous Chef De Partie Untung Pardiona and Demi Chef De Partie M.Ramli from the sister property in Jakarta are brought in to ensure that diners are treated to authentic and wholesome Indonesian cuisine at Link for this promotion.

 

On the menu, there will be an array of authentic Indonesian dishes that will be served over the period of the food festival. Let’s have a sneak peek of what this food promotion has to offer!

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Beef Dabu Dabu Salad

Prepared with plenty of chopped bird’s eye chilies, diced tomatoes and shallots in fresh calamansi juice, this starter really delivered a punch and spicy sensation to my taste bud.

 

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Tahu Telur

Indonesian bean curd omelet, have this with the sambal provided for that extra kicks!

 

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Nasi Goreng Daun Mengkudu

Fluffy and aromatic, I love how the rice grain is evenly coated with flavors of spices.

 

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Kambing Guling

Kambing Guling (grilled lamb) is an Indonesian staple at special occasions such as weddings and housewarming. A whole lamb s roasted for hours and carved on the table for guests’ enjoyment. The lamb was tender and retained it’s original flavor, a must try for meat lover!

 

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Sayur Labuh Dengan Udang

A mild and comfortable soupy dish to balance up all the spices laden dishes.

 

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Ayam Penyet Plecing Kang Kung

Instead of the common deep frying version of ayam penyet, the Chefs prepared the chicken with a healthier method by braising. Accompanied is Plecing Kang Kung, blanched water spinach with plecing sambal, made from ground red chili pepper, shallots, garlic, burned bird’s eye chili, candlenut, kaffir lime and burned shrimp paste.

 

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Tongseng Kambing

A lamb stew dish in curry-like soup with vegetables and kecap manis (sweet soy sauce). Originally from Surakarta in Indonesian province of Central Java. The soup is made of ground mixture garlic, ginger, coriander, galangal, lemongrass and many more which rendering an aromatic and robust gravy.

 

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Soto Ayam Madura

It’s a tummy warming bowl of Madura style vermicelli in chicken soup which originated from an island off the north-eastern cost of Java.

 

The dessert section filled with assorted colourful and enticing Indonesian desserts definitely something you don’t want to miss!

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Kolak (or Kolek), an Indonesian dessert of banana and pumpkin in sweet palm sugar and coconut milk.

 

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Fried Tapioca Sticks with dipping

 

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Klepon, an Indonesian dessert made out of rice flour, palm sugar, and coconut.

 

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Klepon (Sweet Rice Balls Stuffed with Palm Sugar)

 

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Kue Lapis Sagu (Layered Coconut Cake)

 

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Dadar Enten

Green pancakes made from pandan leaves extract with sweet grated coconut filling.

 

Of course besides the Indonesian corner which features different dishes on rotation, there are also plenty of other local and international dishes in the buffet!

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In addition to presenting dozens of selected food, the restaurant will be decorated with fantastic costumes, wayang shadow-puppet, stone figures and batik  that incorporate Indonesian style to reflect the culture and gives guests the feeling of being in Indonesia. Indonesian dancing performance will be presented throughout the dinner too as a momentum to reflect their country diversity of ethnicities and culture.

The whole Indonesian food experience is priced at RM 120.00nett per person (50% discount for children between 6-12 years old) commencing from 11 to 29 May 2015. Available from 6.30pm to 10.30pm daily.

 

LINK All Day Dining
 
Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar
No.1, Jalan Pantai Jaya, Tower 3
59200 Kuala Lumpur.
 
Tel: +603-2298 1855
 
Website: www.pullmanhotels.com/gb/hotel-7962-pullman-kuala-lumpur-bangsar-/index.shtml
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Pullman-Kuala-Lumpur-Bangsar/291548480871993

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