I love my food and I cannot say no to good food… that will be on of the reason I am plus sized and cannot slim down as much as I vainly try to attempt… and well, how can anyone say no to good food for that matters..
My little girl would say that to her , food is life!! And I can see where she is coming from… and come Ramadan, the time for feasting in the evening begins, after a long full day of fasting… No doubt it is not really the correct practice, since fasting is for us to remember the less fortunate, and feel how they feel, but indulging once or twice a week in these feasts are definitely highly recommended…
So yours truly here was over at the Cinnamon Coffee House at the One World Hotel which is right next to the 1 Utama Shopping Centre to check out their oh-so-mouthwatering spread with a few other friends and blogger friends…
Stepping into the Cinnamon Coffee House will give you a warm feeling as you are warmly welcomed and shown to your seats…
And there are a few different type of sittings to chose from too…
Whatever it is, the chefs there are determined to bring you on a journey to discover the beauty of Malaysia’s multi-cultural and colourful food heritage. Be prepared to set your taste buds ablaze with myriad of traditional flavours as the chefs of Cinnamon Coffee House unveiled their secret recipes.
The spotlight this year is on the stalls and live cooking concept that will be featuring 6 specialty soups to warm up your evening. I really loved the sup gearbox as well as the hot and spicy Sze Chuan type soup.. A couple of blogger friends swore that the fried fish egg coupled with the fish head curry was simply orgasmic…
You will definitely be spoiled for choice at the buffet spread because of the many interesting food offerings that includes Kerabu, Spiced Bubur Lambuk, Murtabak, Pasembur, Rendang Minang, Daging Kawah and Pulut Serawa Durian in a local bazaar like setting.
It is said that the very dedicated Executive Sous Chef, Saiful Baharin Abdul Wahid, or better known as Chef Bob took two months to finalise the menus together with his great culinary team. And with that, they believe that the passion of cooking will be reflected in the taste of the food presented which was obviously true….
“The emphasis is not just on the varieties offered but quality of dishes as well”, the master chef said.
You will also find an eclectic mix of Chinese, Indian, Japanese and Western fare, local hawker delights, mixed grilled items and seafood on ice, which is ideal for some people who feel like they have had too much of our rich Malay cooking…I personally love the Spaghetti Vongole, Japanese noodles soup, and that roast lamb…..
For sweet surprises, don’t forget to indulge your sweet tooth in the Bubur Pengat Pisang, Bubur Nangka and Sago, Ais Cendol, Ais Kacang and you really should not miss the luscious Baklava, Belgian Waffle, cakes and dainty French pastries such as Caramel Peanut Slice, Apricot Short Cake, Mango Yoghurt, Strawberry Cheese Tartlets and so on…..
Wash it down with some “Detox” compote (or rather prettily infused water) and it would be just perfect to settle your stomach….
The Sajian Nostalgia Bersama Chef promotion is available from 6.30pm to 10.30pm nightly. Prices are RM118.00nett per adult and RM59.00nett per children aged 4 – 12 years old from 27 May to 05 June 2016 and RM158.00nett and RM79.00nett respectively from 06 June to 05 July 2016.
For enquiries or reservations, please call 603 – 7681 1157 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pictures taken via Olympus PEN Lite E-PL6 camera and thanks to One World Hotel for hosting me and my guest….