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Thursday, December 16, 2010

New Dining Flavours at MED.CHEFS @ Marche, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel

Wonderful and yummy-licious dining experience here ...
  • Yes, I am back into blogging and eating ... I know I have been MIA lately due to my work reasons, sincerely sorry from me ... now it is time to fill up my tummy with the time I have lost with some delicious food and recommendation to you all.
  • It was my first time to come here and dine in this fabulous restaurant ~ MED.CHEFS @ Marche. When you see my pictures below, you will know what I meant. It was a great place to dine with family, friends and colleagues.

  • During my dinner, I was truly excited when I came to this restaurant. Simply being that every dishes will be cooked and well crafted by it’s Executive Sous Chef Paul Lewis. I was told that Chef Paul himself planned this menu with pure dedication with one mission, to leave his guests and KL diners hungry for more.

Simply love the dining ambience here ...


The exterior area ...






My favourite!


Wine Cellar


Cigars ...




Dining table with simple and elegant setting ...


Having to start with a red Ruffina Aziano 2007 wine was truly a good pairing on that night. The Aziano was nice and it was a medium-bodied red wine filled with aromas of black cherries, chocolate and nut, not forgetting a hint of oak.


Selection of Breads ... a complimentary dish


We started off with a light Marche’s Pesto Pizza. It was truly fragrant, tasty, simple and nice looking thin crust pizza.


Brodetto a tomato based soup infused with seafood, garlic, tomato, saffron and white wine vinegar.


Love the homemade pasta here at Marche, the Linguine was truly lovely. It was excellent, it was bold in taste, smooth and rich with the awesome tiger prawns and scallops were paraded infused with garlic, chilli parsley and tomato.


A well crafted pasta skin made into Tortellini is not an easy thing to excute. The right pasta thickness and softness definitely it’s secret to have a successful tortellini dish. Having it stuffed with goat cheese was truly my desire. It was smooth and flavaful.


Simply love this dish a lot ... the present of mushroom can easily indentified. It was Chef Paul’s Penne layered over wild mushrooms and awesome expensive truffle and also some cut chives. I also love those large shaved parmesan cheese.


A rolled Italian flat pasta that cuts into a broad ribbon shape is called Pappardelle. Mine was filled with ragout of beef shin, green pea, oven dried tomato and gremolata.


I had a glass of white Ruffino Orvieto Classico 2009 which slightly scented with ppear and apple.


The Gnocchi was fantastic ... braised lamb shank, the whole dish came explosively fabulous. So tasty indeed. It builts up the intensity flavour of the Gnocchi itself. I found the presents of anchovies, olives and pecorino were truly interesting.


The Ocean Trout looked smartly pan seared and served on the table. The meat was fresh, soft and moist it was. Great texture too and yet filled with tiger prawn, calamari fritti, bread salad and basil pesto. Gorgeous!


Chicken Piccatta was well browned and the chicken was cooked well too. If you are into chicken dish then this one is a must order.


Wood Fired Whole Tuscan Chicken ... the whole dish was perfectly fired to the right burnt ... not easily done actually.


Balsamic Brushed Lamb Cutlets ... Perfectly grilled lamb cutlets. The taste itself was superbly good, soft and was done in light pink inside.


Florence Steak


Dessert time! ... Cannoli ... well deep fried pastry and filled with light vanilla cream cheese.


Apple Pudding

14 comments:

jason said...

Pesto pizza! How does it taste like?

Hayley said...

The interior is very classy! And of course the food looks really presentable.. Truly a nice place to go ya?

Yvon S said...

welcome back to the review session Via :) hope to see u soon :D

Alice Law said...

Wow, drooling over the scrumptious spread of Italian food! The atmosphere is definitely something worth paying for!^-^

Small Kucing said...

Droooling.......*wipe wipe laptp*

Glorious food

choi yen said...

wah, so many yummy food!!!

Caroline Ng May Ling said...

love the ambiance of the place! :D n love those italian foods eh!!

thule a.k.a leo said...

the dinner... was it with wine pairing or order separately??
How much is the dinner bro???

annant said...

the breads look dainty and cute :)

HenRy LeE ® said...

nice ambience there, the linguine looks really yummy! :)

WyYv said...

i guess you had an expensive dinner there :D yup, we also agree that the interior of that place is looking good at the first glance & the dishes are well-garnished too :)

ken said...

food looks good.. nice ambiance! :)

AngelineBK said...

Wow, sinful food u have there. Wish u and ur family a very happy merry christmas...

serviced office malaysia said...

The ambiance is just perfect for a fine dining experience.

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