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MIGF 2014 @ Sagano, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel (with review)
03 Oct

MIGF 2014 @ Sagano, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel (with review)


Level 1, West Wing, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel
Corner of Jalan Sultan Ismail & Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 603-2162 2233
FB : Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel


MIGF Full Festive Menu
RM238++ per person with sake
RM188++ per person without sake

Cold Impressive – Salmon Sashimi Canapé on Cold Inaniwa Udon with Ikura

Hot Delicacies – Live Tiger Prawn, Capelin Fish Tempura and Chicken Jibuni Style together
with BBQ Mackerel and Fish Roe

Hokkaido Scallop and Seabass in Clear Sashi Broth

Grilled Lobster with Homemade Cream Gratin Accompanied with Grilled Marinated Cod and Japanese Miso*

Pan Seared Sliced Wagyu Sirloin Roll with Bean Curd in Japanese Moromiso Sauce*

Unagi and Mushroom Rice Wrapped in Egg with Honey Teriyaki Glaze

Green Tea Ice Cream Pancake and Selection of Mochi


MIGF Light Festive Menu
RM208++ per person with sake
RM158++ per person without sake

Includes trio of appertizers, soup, choice of one main, dessert


Taste MIGF @ Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre

* Pan Seared Wagyu Sirloin
* Salmon Cheese
* Salmon Sashimi, Wagyu Sirloin, Salmon Cheese


Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel was thrilled to showcase their Festival Menus at Sagano Japanese Restaurant and Dynasty Restaurant (non-halal) in conjunction with the Malaysia International Gourmet Festival 2014.

Themed ‘Red Hot Chefs’ this year, their RED HOT culinary talents – Executive Sous Chef Kok Chee Kin at Dynasty will present a beautifully crafted 4-course Cantonese fare while Chef de Cuisine Michael Koh at Sagano will serve a flavorsome 4-course Japanese cuisine that will captivate your senses throughout October!


Chef de Cuisine Michael Koh who is a brand new addition to the Japanese kitchen brings a wealth of experience to Sagano, having worked in an extensive range of renowned hotels and exotic vacation destinations such as Maldives, Papua New Guinea and Bali.

Drawing from his encounters with the variety of cultures and food in faraway destinations has inspired him to add a pleasingly contemporary twist on his Japanese dishes. Using both local and imported ingredients, Chef Michael emphasizes on the simplicity of the dishes to produce exquisite flavors and textures. Together with his culinary team, Sagano has lined up a tantalizing Festival Menu that is sure to tickle the palate.


First dish, the Cold Impressive appetizer, with rolled salmon sashimi canapé placed artistically on the cold al-dente Inaniwa udon with savory juice popping ikura. Love the presentation so much, as if a picture with hidden message telling the story about how importance the fresh ingredients are to a fine Japanese cuisine, a pleasant opening to begin savored the MIGF 2014 Festival Menu at Sagano.


A medley of different flavors and textures, this Hot Delicacies appetizer exquisitely featured a grilled Live Tiger Prawn, deep fried cripsy Capelin Fish Tempura, Chicken Jibuni Style and BBQ Mackerel with creamy fish roe fully covered on top. Each creation came with its own distinctive taste, but overall blended quite well as another memorable dish.


A satisfaction-guaranteed seafood soup, the clear dashi broth had really accentuated the natural sweetness of Hokkaido scallop and seabass, a heart-warming dish focus at the freshness of ingredients used.


I was truly spoiled by this marvelous seafood main, chef grilled the lobster with home-made cream gratin accompanied with grilled marinated cod fish with Japanese miso, the flavors were so delightful that it will surely put any discerning taste-bud of seafood lovers through a great food enjoyment!


Love the texture contrast of this exquisite pairing, chef rolled the soft beancurd in the flavorful pan seared Wagyu sirloin with own-mixed savory moromiso sauce, which easily accentuated the sweetness of the premium beef.


A wonderful medley of taste and texture, chef wrapped the fragrant tasty mushroom rice in egg with honey teriyaki glaze and added a touch of class to this dish by placing the mouth-watering unagi on top.


Dessert was finally served to complete this wonderful MIGF gastronomic experience at Sagano, a sweet with hint of earthy tone creamy green tea ice cream paired with soft fluffy pancake and chewy mochi as well as refreshing mixed fruits, my enjoyable dessert featuring Japanese elements in it.


The Festival Menu is priced at RM188++ per person (without sake) and RM238++ per person (with sake) as well as RM158++ for a light Festival Menu without wines consisting of appetizers, soup, choice of one main and dessert for those opting for a quick bite.

Festival diners will also enjoy a host of privileges such as :

* 20% discount on selected Wines and Champagne

* 20% discount on any Beverages with the Festival Menu

* 15% discount on selected cigars with the Festival Menu

* Book more than 6 seats and enjoy 25% discount on the Festival Menu

* 20% discount on a la carte orders

Make a date with us all throughout October to experience these pleasurable dining delights. Please call 603 2162 2233 or email [email protected] for restaurant reservations.

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