Review: Imperial Rama

It's a gastronomic experience at Imperial Rama last weekend. We were cordially invited to review for Imperial Rama at Genting Highlands and if you've been to the MIGF (Malaysia International Gourmet Festival) 2015, you must have tried their Abalone Soup with Maca and Chicken, nourishing and delicious!

Imperia Rama is a high end restaurant catering finer and exquisite tastes of Genting revelers. The head chef is impressive,  previously at a high end Singaporean chinese eatery for 25 years.

The 5 course meal starts with the appetizer:
Crystal Prawn 
Crispy tiger prawn topped with the Japan fish roe. Also, pairing with avocado and tuna, it's interesting to play on the palate.

No Chinese cuisine would be complete without a soup to taste.
Coming up next:

Double-Boiled 6 Head Abalone with Dried Maca and Chicken Soup.

Maca is not just nourishing and good for women but also men. The soup serves extra delicious in the cold weather at Genting. Not just that it is the signature dish of Imperial Rama but also my personal own favorite.

Coming up with the entree.
Baked Golden Pomfret with Chef Sauce.
The sauce sweet yet tangy and the pomfret, one of my favorites cooked perfectly.

Main Couse:
Stuffed Sea Cucumber with Noodle Cheese Sauce
Unlike the slimey over cooked sea cucumber, this one is worth to share.

The stuffing, a combination of pork, and shrimp also complemented the texture of the sea cucumber perfectly.  Of course, the specially imported Taiwan noodles with cheese sauce put the icing on the cake.
Bird's Nest with Mango Puree and Snow Mango Mochi 
Not to be beaten out, the Bird's Nest with Mango Puree and Snow Mango Mochi dessert capped off an already fabulous dinner set.  We all know the ingredients in the dishes are premium with bird's nest, but a specially made creamy and smooth Mochi made the whole set come together in a swirl of flavors that few will experience at most Chinese restaurants.

With every sip of mango puree, you can taste the bird nest.

Overall, the full set menu felt excellent and worth the price, especially with the promotions.
It's only RM338 nett per person with Complimentary Chinese Pu Er Tea.

I am baffled at the price considering the venue and as well as the premium choice of ingredients (bird nest, abalone, tiger prawn, sea cucumber), it's a steal!

Also, this month, the MIGF month, they are giving door gifts and as well as room night offers. Festival diners are entitle for half off room rates at the Genting Grand Premier Room and discounts to see the Superstars of Magic Show!  Full details are at the MIGF

Of course here is a picture of with the head chef, and we certainly enjoyed the excellent culinary experience!

Signing off!

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