Night Of The Glitz And The Glam I

Many things went on during the Made of Honour event in JW Marriott so I'm gonna blog it in two parts. The first part is the food they served us. I am glad I managed to get a hold on a pair of passes. It was an extremely lavish affair.

While waiting for the doors to open into the hall, waiters barraged guests with free flowing fruit juices, whiskey on rocks and sparkling wine with a strawberry in it (I was convinced that it was champagne too...). Of course I camwhored while waiting and sipping my free flowing alcohol but those photos will be on the next post.

No I didn't get all bimbotic drunk this time. I was being a good boy.

My passes~~~

As expected from JW Marriott, the food served were amazing.

The first dish is my favourite! What a way to start the 8 course meal with a bang. The duck was absolutely delicious and super tender and that fried basket thing, I went nuts cause I absolutely love them!

Pineapple Chutney with Smoked Duck, Seared Tiger Prawns with Tomato Salsa enhanced with Kerabu Mangga.

I love the soup. It reminded me of the soup that my aunt cooks during Chinese New Year but of course it had more stuff in it than this. It was delicious none the less.

Shredded Chicken and Bamboo Pith Soup.

I'm not a fan of this though it was alright. It's partly because the fried yam was already cold and soft. I like my fried yam hot and crispy. Love the curried mushroom.

Sauteed Julienne of Seafood with Curried Mushroom Cream Sauce served in Yam Ring.

I love my seafood and this sea bass was amazing! Steamed and topped with Thai Sauce is just superb! It was a perfect blend of flavours. The Chinese Steamed Lotus Leaf Rice, otherwise known as "lo mai gai" wasn't that nice though. Best leave that to dim sum shops instead.

Steamed Sea bass with Thai Sauce accompanied with Chinese Steamed Lotus Leaf Rice.

This odd looking mashed potato on asparagus is actually roasted chicken! Very interesting flavour and very tender and juicy. Love it.

Roasted Chicken Parcel on Pencil Asparagus served with Percik Sauce.

I haven't had risotto in ages since the last time I was in Aussie visiting my sis. I'm a fan of risotto and that night I satisfied my hidden craving for risotto. Very creamy and rich, just how I like it.

Saffron Risotto with Buttered Baby Carrots.

The meal ended with a serving of Haagen Dazs. By this time I was already very full. I only took two bite just for taste. I love it even though the rest didn't like the chocolate moist cake.

Chocolate Moist Cake with Fruits Coulis Tropical Fresh Fruits served with Haagen Dazs.

It was a fantastic event! The food were awesome and I was very happy with the service. I'd love to attend another party in JW Marriott. Just superb! Though I have one regret, I didn't have enough sparkling wine...

Stay tune for the second part of the event.

You know you love me.
Queer Ranter


William said...

Tasted their chinese banquet 7 years ago and I wasn't impressed. Perhaps better now.

Ernie said...


you won best dress?? wahahahha.. check it out here

Queer Ranter said...

William: I guessed they must have. Maybe it's the menu cause I didn't like the lo mai gai... They can't cook chinese cuisine perhaps?

Ernie: Yes I know. :) I'm blogging that in the second half of this post.

Jason said...

The fried basket thingy is called pai tee.

western campur chinese? O.o

Queer Ranter said...

Jason: Yea. I love that stuff!!!