Shangri – La’s – Eros Hotel, New Delhi Offers The True Taste Of Malaysia At Tamra, It’s New All Day Dining Restaurant
Shangri-La’s – Eros Hotel, New Delhi will present guests an enticing variety of authentic Malaysian dishes at Tamra, the new all – day dining restaurant from 23 to 31 May 2015 in association with Tourism Malaysia.
Guests embarking on a culinary journey of discovering Malaysia will be surprised by the subtle aromas presented at this food festival.
The Malaysian food festival will feature a wide variety of Malaysian specialties ranging from exquisite appetisers to traditional dishes. Chef Muhammad Lisarni from Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur wishes to bring the most authentic Malaysian gourmet flavours to guests through a rich array of local delicacies for a gastronomic sojourn at Tamra.
Guests will be able to savour various Malay cuisine flavours artistically crafted by Chef Muhammad Lisarni, such as Kerabu Udang Dengen Soohoon (Prawns and Glass Noodle Salad), Serunding Ayam (Spicy Dried Chicken Floss), Sup Sayur Cendawan (Plain Oyster Mushroom Soup), Ayam Masak Lemak Cili Padi (Chicken in Spicy Coconut and Turmeric Gravy), Sayur Munir Goreng (Stir Fried Mix Vegetables with Coconut Gravy) and Terung Goreng Bersambal (Deep Fried Eggplant with Chili Paste).
A delectable array of desserts includes Pengat Labu (Pumpkin in Coconut Stew), Pengat Pisang (Sweet Banana in coconut Stew) and the exuberantly sinful Kuih Keria(Deep fried Sweet Potato Doughnut) a feast for the senses.
Drawing inspiration from the streets of Malaysia, Tamra will be setting a festive tone with red lantern, dream catchers and hangings. Conceptualised by the renowned Dubai based Stickman Design, the restaurant is a visual depiction of culinary delights from around the world. It is a treasure trove adorned with quirky and strong design elements.
This food festival is a voyage designed to transport the diner to the beautiful country of Malaysia. Live carts stationed in the restaurant’s cavernous halls housing authentic delicacies, such as Chicken Satay and other signature dishes, will capture the essence of a Malaysian marketplace.
Served for lunch and dinner, Malaysian buffet is priced at Rs. 1950 plus taxes for lunch, Rs. 2100 plus taxes for dinner and Rs. 1500 plus taxes for the kids buffet.
Time: Lunch – Noon to 3:30 p.m.
Dinner – 7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Guests are also to invited to indulge in Malaysian theme Sunday brunches on 24 and 31 May, 2015 at Tamra. The Malaysian gastronomical delights paired with an exquisite Champagne selection to sure to uncork the Sunday spirit during the Malaysian Food Festival.
Time: 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Rs. 3,500 plus applicable taxes (includes free flowing Moet and Chandon Champagne)
Rs.2, 750 plus applicable taxes (includes free flowing cocktails, beer and mocktails)
Rs.1, 500 plus applicable taxes for the kids buffet.
For an authentic Asian Journey, please call the hotel’s dedicated team at (91 11) 41191010
Meet Chef Muhammad Lisarni
Chef Muhammad Lisarni has been a part of the Shangri-La group for the past 11 years. Specialising in Malay cuisine, he has played an integral role in the production of the Malay kitchen at Shangri-La’s – Eros Hotel, New Delhi’s sister hotel in Kuala Lumpur.
Chef Muhammad’s cooking style is based on traditional methods showcasing simplicity, freshness and natural textures, which are imbued with cultural influences. He has an ingenious knack for concluding and summarising the characteristics and uniqueness that Malay cuisine has to offer. His passion for cooking is visible in his meticulously prepared and skilfully presented dishes.
Chef Muhammad is all set to delight guests at Tamra by adding a contemporary touch to the food preparation, set up and presentation while preserving the authenticity and originality of the dishes. With Chef Muhammad at the helm, guests can expect a delectable dining that is bound to impress even the most discerning palate.
Apart from cooking, his hobbies include travelling, shopping and involving himself in multiple adventurous activities.