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Sheraton Malaysian Food Extravaganza
Published on: 2010-12-09
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The Sheraton Hotel Tianjin brought to town another round of authentic Asian scents. The Malaysian Food Festival is a chance to understand the culture through the country’s food, and even though you’re surrounded by the comfort of a five stars hotel, your imaginary will get in the next plane to Kuala Lumpur.
It starts with three chefs cooking the best of Malaysian cuisine: Indian-Malaysian, Malaysian-Malaysian, and Chinese-Malaysian. What’s the result? A scrumptious set of flavours and aromas that will unwind your taste buds. The food found at the Sheraton is genuine and it shows the cultural diversity of the country. According to Mr. Iskandar Sarudin, Ambassador of Malaysia, “this festival introduces Malaysia’s food and culture. The food at the Sheraton is the food eaten by all Malaysians daily. You can find it in the streets, you can find it in five stars hotels and in the king’s palace! If you don’t believe it, let’s go to Malaysia!”

The cultural difference naturally influenced the rich gastronomic amalgam. You’re in for the following treats: to being, we recommend Channa Ki (chickpea salad) or Pasembor (prawn fritters); for the main course, the options are too many to count but you simply must try the Kambing Kurma (braised lamb with coriander) and the Bhare Samudra-Pheni (grilled stuffed squid with seafood masala). But obviously there are other delicacies worth taking the time to watch their preparation: the Roti Jala (a kind of Malaysian bread prepared in front of you with the highest elasticity) and the Satay (delicious and impossible to resist skewers). After this feast, if you still haven’t had enough, accompany the Teh Tarik (traditional pulled tea) with exquisite desserts.

But it wouldn’t really resemble Malaysia if the Sheraton hadn’t prepared local Malaysian decorations and displayed around Terrace Café typical products of the country, such as the coconut milk. And naturally, brochures on the country are scattered around the event’s area. Being the only country which geography’s is covered by 50% forests, Malaysia has plenty more to offer: the paddy fields, fishing villages, rafting, trekking, beaches, and so on.
It is indeed one of Southeast Asia’s most vibrant countries and the simple taste of their food will surely grant you a few minutes of wander, and a restless will to visit Malaysia!

From October 22 to 31



Terrace Café 燕园咖啡厅
1F, Sheraton Hotel Tianjin, Zi Jin Shan Lu, Hexi District 河西区紫金山路天津喜来登大酒店1层
Tel: +86 22 2731 3388

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