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Month: June 2022
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They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Works the same way with fathers too, which means if you bring Dad along for High Tea at Dorsett Grand Subang, you’ll probably make him a happy man!
With Father’s Day fast approaching, Dad gets to enjoy Saturday Buffet Hi-Tea for FREE on June 18 at Terazza Brasserie with a reservation of 3 paying adult guests. The Buffet Hi-Tea is available from 12 noon to 4 pm, featuring a variety of both local savouries such as roasted chicken rice, rendang, noodles with various condiments and choice of soup.
It’s dubbed high tea but it’s really a full-fledged lunch menu – there’s rice to go with an assortment of mouth-watering curries; tom yum and chicken noodle soup; and Western fare such as cheese baked pasta and Roast Lamb. I normally avoid the carbs but I must say the fried noodles were very inviting and every bit as good as it looked. We could even make our own croissant sandwich, stuffing it with our choice of filling.
Probably the most tempting section of the buffet line is often the dessert corner – there are delightful desserts, cakes, fresh fruits, ice kacang and icecream as well as free flow teh tarik, coffee, tea and fruits infused water.
Every table reservation made for this Father’s Day Buffet Hi-Tea will also receive a 20% discount voucher redeemable for the Dim Sum Brunch at The Emperor Chinese Restaurant on the next visit. The Buffet Hi Tea is priced at RM98 nett for adults; RM78 nett for Senior Citizen aged 60 and above; and RM48 nett for children between the ages of 6 to 12.
And if you prefer ENGLISH Hi-Tea at the Piano Lounge, enjoy a sumptuous Afternoon Tea Set from 12 noon to 5 pm on June 19. Priced at RM128 nett for two persons, DAD gets to enjoy a FREE pie as well as receive a 20% discount voucher redeemable for Terazza Brasserie’s buffet dinner on the next visit.
As Father’s Day is on Sunday, June 19, the whole family can have an outing together to The Emperor Chinese Restaurant for the Sunday Dim Sum Brunch from 11.30 am to 2.00 pm. With every table reservation of 3 paying adults, DAD gets to dine for FREE and also receive a 20% discount voucher redeemable for Terazza Brasserie’s buffet dinner on the next visit. The Dim Sum brunch is priced at RM98 nett for Adults, RM78 nett for Senior Citizens aged 60 and above; and RM49 nett for children between the ages of 6 to 12 years old.
High tea is available every Saturday at Terazza Brasserie (without the 4th/pax free offer) as well.
For reservation, call +60 3 5031 6060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Chiqui Don opened its doors in Sept 2019 and is probably the only kitchen and bar (that I know of) which encourages diners to submit recipes to its unique crowdsourced menu. The community-based concept takes inspiration from its diners and creates dishes based on their personal input. If your recipe is selected, you get to work with the chef to fine-tune the dish and see it get listed on the menu! How cool is that?
Offering an interesting repertoire of local and global flavours, Chiqui Don takes up a generous space in Damansara Heights in red and orange hues with pared down brown notes. The result is a chic diner and bar that not only looks classy but delivers its promise. Invited to try the newly revamped menu, the evening started with bespoke cocktails, carefully crafted to match our current mood. No idea what Kim worked out with the bartender but it was a magical potion designed just for me. Turns out she knows my taste buds pretty well.
Easing into dinner, Shireen recommended some starters – initially big on tex-mex when it first started, the popular Oven Baked Nachos has been retained on the menu, topped with shredded mozzarella, homemade guacamole, pico de gallo and sour cream (RM26). There’s an option to add chicken or beef, but the nachos were scrumptious as they were so you don’t really miss the protein.
A spin on prawn gambas pil pil, Garlic Chilli Sea Bass featured small chunks of fish sautéed in olive oil with garlic and chilli flakes with crusty garlic bread (RM26) for dunking in the oil. Slightly on the salty side and heavy on garlic, this may not be a crowd-fav but personally, I enjoyed the simple flavours yet complex taste notes, though the fish pieces could be bigger.
We also had Chiqui Fries – perfectly crisp on the outside and fluffy inside, topped with parmesan cheese – except the truffle oil was too faint and didn’t shine.
Already feeling stuffed, we politely declined carbo and opted for Grilled Lamb Rack and Seafood Trio instead.
A note on the menu says the seafood platter consisting of sea bass fillet, tiger prawns and half shelled green mussels was Inspired by Marcello Moretti (RM39). Choosing to let the dish speak for itself, the seafood was lightly tossed in vongole sauce. The natural sweetness of the seafood was subtle yet definitive. Freshness of ingredients is key here otherwise the whole dish fails. Happy to say, this hit all the right notes.
Grilled Lamb Rack was an idea from Gabriel Thang where you get New Zealand grass-fed lamb rack chops crusted with herbs, served with mushroom sauce, homemade yogurt mint sauce, white truffle potato mash and sautéed vegetables (RM59). Loved the mash as it was creamy and rich. The lamb was nicely still pink, moist and tender, with the yogurt mint sauce giving a different spin to the usual mint sauce.
There were many other things that caught my eye on the menu – Sambal Salmon Aglio Olio, Mutton Claypot Rice, Mutton Varuval with flatbread, Piquilo Pepper Hummus … sadly I have have but one stomach, so looks like we must return!
Add: 9-G, Jalan Medan Setia 1, Plaza Damansara, Bukit Damansara, KL. M: 017-808 5158