I was served with their Festive Menu worth RM288, which is a 7-course menu dining starting with a delicious Amuse Bouche (definition: a single, bite-sized hors d'œuvre.), featuring a Lamb Tartlet with a Goat Cheese Croquetas. The succulent and soft lamb along with the crispy outside of the goat cheese croquetas that was not too overpowering make the overall texture of the meal interesting. The savoury taste also compliments the lamb well and it made me wish that the dish was 'two bite' sized as well.
We were soon to be served with the main course dish, so the Malibu Lime Sorbet came in next as a palate cleanser. Hmm, desserts.. what can actually go wrong with it right? The sorbet is like a tangier version of the green part of the Tropicana ice-cream (which FYI is my fav). I also scrapped out some of the coconut flesh to go with it. Very refreshing.
1.Pan Fried Halibut Fillet, Smoked Tomato Puree, Parsnip & Shell Fish Froth
2.Slow Cooked Cutlet of Lamb, Baked Stuffed Red Onion, Glazed Root Vegetables and a Jus of Cherry
3.Wagyu Beef Medalion, Pumpkin with a hint of Xeres Vinegar, Duck Foie Gras and Thyme Jus
My favourite will be the slow cooked lamb. It's so succulent and soft. The stuffed onion gives a more spicy twist to it with the chilli inside. I only try the first two but skipped the Wagyu dish as it contains foie gras which is non-halal for Muslim.