We were here for a food review session and of course like one of our foodie VIP is down to this event too, CK which is famous in the up north and she bring me and Coco up to this Exclusive Residence Longue for refreshment and show us around with Keegen being a very nice guy to tour us around. This longue is located on the 26th floor of the hotel to host guest that stay in an exclusive room.
Mexico: A Festival of Flavors will highlight the rich cultural heritage and evolving gastronomy of Mexico, that gives them a new challenge in our modern world, changes in taste in preparing and preserve the original of the taste. Paxia restaurant is one of the award winning restaurant that is well recognize in the country itself for its exquisite taste and with the chef around, you can just enjoy the original taste of it.
‘Fish Tacos Al Pastor, Dehydrated Pineapple, Guacamole, Onion and Coriander’
‘Baked Duck, Mango and Manzano Chile Sauce with Flour Tortillas’
‘Oaxaca Cheese Enchiladas with Pasilla Chili Sauce’
‘Red Rice with Fried Plantains’
‘Duck Enchiladas with Green Pipian and Red Onion’
‘Fish fillet with shrimp buttered with Chile Anchio’
‘Beef Fillet with Poblano Mole Sauce and Rice cooked with Horchata’
‘Aztec Pudding with Duck, White Truffle and Foie Gras’
‘Huitlacoche Ravioli with Three Cheese Sauce’
‘Fish and Shrimp Meatballs with Tomato Sauce and Rice’
This is my bowl of pasta which cook in white sauce, not too salty but very creamy filled with bacon, chunks of onions, sausages and mushroom is top notch.
With crossover of local delights we did try out their ‘Fried Noodle’ which is pretty good too, fried with wok hei and quite dry.
The Desert that I go hunt after.
I had my Vannila and Yam Ice creap top with chocolate fudge, almond and gummy bears.
A coffee for end of the meal would be good. Fresh brew coffee with a strong sence of the coffee bean and end the brew with a very nice foam on top just taste good.
I enjoy myself at this unique experience of Mexician food in this hotel, as it is quite aunthentic as I have tried before. Thanks to Kattie for giving us such a great hopitality.
The Mexician buffet offers on a very limited time that starts from 23rd March till 3rd April at Serena Brasserie.
Buffet Lunch – RM68 ++ per pax
Buffet Dinner-RM80++ per pax
Set Dinner – RM150++ per person.
Mexican Wine Dinner @ Serena Brasserie (31st March 2010)
For food and wine connoisseurs, spend an enchanted evening at Serena Brasserie and take delight in the 6-course Mexican Wine Dinner. Dine on some of Chef Daniel’s specialties, each one perfectly paired with the finest selection of wines. A glimpse of what’s in store:-
“Shepherd” style fish tacos with dehydrated pineapple sheet matched with Casa Grande Chardonnay, Casa Madero ‘08.
Dry fideo with fresh white cheese and pasilla chilli sauce accompanied by Cru Garage Sauvignon Blanc, Torres Alegre ‘04.
Steak fillet with black chilli sauce and chochoyotes with Casa Grande Shiraz, Casa Madero ‘05 and Paoloni Nerone, Villa Montefiori ‘06.
Price: RM288.00++ per person. Limited seats of 60 persons.
Mexican Culinary Demonstration @ Serena Brasserie (27th March & 3rd April 2010)
Sign up now for the culinary demonstration by Chef-Owner Daniel Ovadia and learn a secret or two in the art of contemporary Mexican cuisine preparation. Limited to 20 participants only on first-come-first-served basis at RM150.00++ per person inclusive of Mexican Set Dinner at Serena Brasserie and recipe booklet.
Tequila and Mezcal Tasting @ Bentley’s Pub (30th March 2010, 6.30 pm)
For those with a passion for tequila, this is one event not to be missed. With three different tequilas and four types of Mezcal for your tasting pleasure plus a host of delightful Mexican snacks to enjoy.
Price: RM80.00++ per person (inclusive of Mexican snacks)
Jalan Ampang, KL
For reservations: 03-2782 6228