Monday, December 17, 2018

Christmas and New Year Buffet @ Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre



Magical Get Together Feasts at Sedap Restaurant


Tis the season for indulgence with festive vibes ringing at Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre! So round up the family, friends and loved ones to get together and celebrate this joyous season for a Magical Get Together Feasts at Sedap Restaurant in the heart of the city.


A beautiful space of modern contemporary, Sedap Restaurant offer diners a stylish décor set with two dining areas. Buffet counters are cleverly set on the side, spread along the side of the room, allowing diners to roam the spread comfortably. Open live kitchen is also available where diners can catch some kitchen actions of food being prepared to order. The all-day dining restaurant offers a sumptuous list of buffet spread like no other, all spread out for easy enjoyment.




This festive season, the culinary team from Sedap is going all out to curate a Christmas inspired buffet featuring glorious Christmas roasts, bountiful appetizers and mains featuring grilled meat and seafood as well as a list of magical desserts.


Savor Roast Turkey spiced up with a local spice twist along with Roast Chestnuts, Stuffing, Giblet Gravy and Cranberry Sauce. The slices of succulent turkey are indeed a classic and delicious must-have this Christmas season.



Tuck into the king of the beef with a Roast Prime Beef Rib with a Cheese and Herb Crust and add-on some Roast Vegetables and Mushroom or Black Pepper Gravy to seal the deal.









The appetizer corner is such a lovely sight and laden with a plethora of colorful and tasty mini bites. Seared Tuna on sticks, Squid with Fruity Salsa, Vegetable Terrine, Cured Gravlax, Seafood Terrine and Chilled Gazpacho are just some of the list of appetizers that will tempt diners into the magical mood of the season.






Go wild on Chilled Seafood on Ice or Japanese Sashimi and Sushi as there are certainly plenty of options to select from. From Slipper Lobster, Yabbies, Oyster, Mussel, Prawn to cuts of Salmon, Butter Fish, White Fish as well as Assorted Sushi, there’s even a Whole Poached Salmon Fillet and Smoked Salmon beckoning to be savored.






While the hot buffet offers an array of international and local dishes, the live kitchen station offers Teppanyaki style meat and seafood along with Char Kway Teow and more. Fresh and made-to-order, these are crowd pullers all the time.


Desserts are just as impressive as the other dishes. A chef will serve Baba au Rhum flambé at your order!


There also plenty of other sweet treats such as Fruit Crumble, Chocolate Pop, Chocolate Fountain, Ice Cream, mini Cakes and Pudding as well as Mousse and Jelly, Mini Yule Log and more. Each one as good if not better than another so do save room for these sublime creations.




Guests will have the pleasure of building their own Gingerbread House on Christmas Eve when they dine at Sedap Restaurant. This will be a really lovely treat. They will also be serenade by Christmas Carolers during Christmas Eve and Christmas Day too.






Sedap Restaurant Festive

Christmas Inspired Buffet
24 Dec  6.30m to 10pm
RM168nett per adult

Christmas Brunch
25 Dec  12noon to 3pm
RM128nett per adult

New Year’s Eve Dinner Buffet
31 Dec  6.30pm to 10pm
RM168nett per adult

New Year Brunch
25 Dec  12noon to 3pm
RM128nett per adult

For more information or reservations, please call 603 2170 8888 or email enquiry@pullman-klcc



SEDAP RESTAURANT
Level 1, Lobby Pullman KLCC
Jalan Conlay,
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603 2170 8888
Fax: 603 2170 8999

Website: www.pullman-kualalumpur-citycentre.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/PullmanKualaLumpurCityCentre/


Sunday, December 16, 2018

Meatology by Chef Yenni @ TTDI


Sumptuous Festive and New Menu


Behind every successful restaurant is an amazing chef… and behind Meatology is Chef Yenni Law. Chef Yenni has so much passion and energy in what she does, and it certainly shows in Meatology. The talented chef that wears multiple hats has two published cookbooks – Meatology and The Rice Pot under her name and the latter one has earned 1st place for the best in the prestigious and internationally recognized Gourmand Award in May 2018 held at Yantai, China.


Meatology has already carved a name in the neighborhood for scrumptious porky fare. Chef Yenni offers classic favorites with her own twist. She goes all out to roast her own Roast Pork and offers tableside entertainment of flambéing steaks to desserts. Locals know where to head to for comfort food and she greets all her diners like they were her old friends.

There’s just no rest with Chef Yenni and her culinary team. With much festivity around the corner, Chef Yenni has prepared festive dishes along with Roast Turkey for orders. In addition, diners can check out the contemporary Western Meatology’s new menu filled with her signatures as well as new dishes with local twists.


For turkey lovers, Meatology offers Roast Turkey (RM58.80++) in smaller portion so one can still enjoy the Christmas dish without having to have a big party. The platter offer cuts of dark and white meat of the turkey, perfectly roasted with a lovely tasty note and moistness. The Roast Turkey is accompanied by grape, chestnut & bacon stuffing, giblet gravy and a spiked cranberry & rum sauce.


For those who are planning a festive party or dine-in group, go for the Whole Roast Turkey (RM428++) with the trimmings. There are additional perks such as a free dining voucher worth RM130 and a half yard glass that comes with this order. This one requires a 3-day advance notice for an order.


For appetizers, diners can tuck into a tasty Grilled Cincaluk Pork (RM23.80). Marrying the flavours of local cincalok or prawn paste with pork belly, the result is this unctuous and addictive sliced pork belly with a unique smoky aroma. And if it ain’t enough, she considerately serves this with some chopped chili padi for extra kicks!


They say one eats with their eyes first… the Tempeh & Chickpea (RM13.80) is cleverly served on a bright blue plate, making it even more enticing with the vibrant colors. Perfect as meatless option, batons of nutty tempeh is sauced up with a lightly sweet and savory sauce. Served on a bed of chickpeas and peas, its healthy and tasty too.


Chef Yenni has a good sense of pairing unsual ingredients and she puts some humor in coining Ladies Lap Cheong (RM13.80). Lady fingers are pairing with sliced Chinese lap Cheong and lots of fried garlic crisp with a bit of heat from chili flakes. The dish turned out well, as the sweetish lap Cheong elevated the lady fingers well. This is one dish I would order again.


Banking on the typical English Sunday roast, Chef Yenni serves up Roast Pork (RM38.80) on Sundays at Meatology. A platter of nicely cut chunks of golden and crunchy crackling roast pork can surely make all Sundays even better, at least for me. And if you are even thinking of feeling a bit guilty, the roast pork is balanced by the side of greens for extra comfort.



More appetizers followed and the Mentaiko Gratinade Baby Lobster (RM23.80++) is an absolute stunner. Mentaiko or fish roe has such a moreish flavour profile that it pairs well with seafood to bring out the oceanic flavours. The baby lobster is cooked beautifully while the gratin makes the lobster even more delectable.



Moving on to mains, the Seared Grouper with Caper Lime Butter (RM48.80) is perfect for fish lovers. Thick fillet of grouper cooked well and served with the citrusy butter sauce. The capers and chopped preserved vegetable enhanced the fish really well, lending a umami saltish note. Presentation is excellent as the dish is colorful and attractive as well.


If there is one dish to rave at Meatlogy, the Spicy Sour Cream Spiney Lobster with Chips (RM178.80) would be it. The brilliant pairing of thick cut fries to go with that luscious buttery and spiced up sauce is so sumptuous that we wanted more fries. The lobster is cooked well with a firm tenderness while the creamy sauce gave the dish that fragrant oomph that makes this dish so enticing. If you feel like splurging, this is the dish to order…



When the waitstaff flambé the octopus, it was apparent that this was going to be another good dish! Grilled Spanish Octopus Tentacle with Spiked Concasse & Garlic (RM43.70) is enticingly aromatic from the spiked flambe action and goes well with the rich cream sauce along with mushrooms on al dente fettuccine and finished with briny salmon roes. This dish is very rich so sharing this may be a good idea. I loved the octopus tentacle as it was tender and goes well with the slippery smooth pasta.


A beautifully poached egg nestled on a bed of mushroom and pasta with pea sprouts peeking upwards. The Truffle Spaghetti (RM35.80) is so good, one won’t miss the fact that this is meatless. The soft egg coated the pasta and mushroom strands, lending a smoothness of richness to the gorgeous aroma of truffles lingering with each bite.


Chef Yenni nailed the Grilled Grain-fed Aged Ribeye (RM35/100g) to a lovely medium doneness. Utterly juicy and well-charred, the ribeye is served with mashed potato, chick pea salad and side of horseradish. The steak, seasoned with only salt and pepper, has such yummy beefy flavours. A touch of horseradish added more depth of richness to the steak…



Lip smacking yum best describes the Chilli Lime Ribs (RM48.80)! Meaty ribs are heavily spiced up so that every bite of the meat is an explosion of spicy goodness in the mouth. Make sure to squeeze that wedge of lime on the ribs as it really perked up the flavours even more.


Chef Yenni surprised us all with Herbal Seafood Toddy (RM48.80). Coconut toddy laced with Chinese herbs made up the broth for rice noodles and plenty of seafood. The dish has a similar flavour profile with bak kut teh but it has lovely aroma of coconut. The subtle sweetness from the coconut toddy goes well with the fresh seafood and the noodles made this a complete meal on its own.



Life is always sweeter with desserts! And the fact that desserts can only get better is when its a Real Rum & Raisin Pie (RM18.80). Generously laced with run and studded with sweet raisins, this naughty ice cream pie is so yummy. This is one dessert that you may not want to share…


Forbidden Rice Brulèe (RM14.80) is unusual and tasty. French custard with chewy bits of black glutinous rice and a caramelized crunchy topping is Chef Yenni’s take on rice pudding. Love the chilled factor in this rice pudding as it freshened up the palate.



More flambé action and this time is a dessert of Yorkshire Pudding Flambé (RM32.80). Fluffy and crisp Yorkshire Pudding is jazzed up with a flambe of dark cherries and strawberries with booze. It is quite the perfect dramatic ending when dining at Meatology!



MEATOLOGY BY CHEF YENNI LAW
16, Lorong Rahim Kajai 14,
Taman Tun Dr Ismail,
60000 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-7727 4426


Business Hours:
Sunday 3pm - 11pm
Monday - Thursday 3pm - 1am
Friday - Saturday 3pm - 2am
Closed on Tuesday


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