Malaysia calling all gourmets to Hyderabad this summer
Hyderabd, May 18, 2016( ruralmedia)It’s said the fondest memories are when you are gathered around a food table. Tourism Malaysia in association with The Marriot, Hyderabadinvite you to a delightful 11- day celebration of the diverse Malaysian cuisine for memories that last a lifetime.
To add authenticity to the food festival, is Chef Ruhizad Muri who has come all the way from Kuala Lumpur. Chef Ruhizafcarries a tag of a Master in Malay Cuisine and is set to showcase his expertise that reflects the multiethnic makeup of its population.With over 19 years of experience in the culinary field, his passion for cooking has taken him to Rome, Italy, Thailand, Philippines, Switzerland, Azerbaijan and China, pleasing thousands of palates with flavoursthat reflect the strong, spicy, aromatic nature of Malaysian cuisine and showcase how it’s a perfect confluence of the different cultures which have influence it.
Malaysian food reflects the ethnic mix of the local population, spanning traditional Malay cooking, a dozen different Chinese regional cuisines, and Indian dishes that range from spicy south Indian curries to rich Sikh offerings from Punjab. Generally Malay Cuisine refers to food from Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia and some parts of Thailand. Malaysia is also rich in traditional aboriginal cuisines, from the Malaysian & Indonesian tribes residing in the Island Borneo.
Known for its wide variety of food, Malaysia has featured amongst the top food destinations in the world. In 2014, Lonely Planet had named Penang in Malaysia as the World No.1 culinary hotspot of the world. Almost every street corner in Malaysia is steaming with mouth watering food stalls and restaurants. Char koayteow (flat rice noodles with shrimp, bean sprouts, egg and sweet Chinese sausage), Hokkienmee (egg noodles in a pork broth with prawns, egg, bean sprouts and water spinach) and asamlaksa (thick noodles in a spicy fish broth with tangy asam, a sour tamarind paste) are the three must-eat foods in Malaysia. Thepasarmalams (night market) is another popular place to head to for some delicious appams, tamil inspired Malaysian dishes and sweets such as chendol (cold coconut milk dessert).
ThisMalaysian food festivalat the Marriott, Hyderabad will feature classics suchas the Laksa, MeeGoreng, Nasilemak, Char KueyTeow, to name a few, and also some specially crafted innovations and more; it’s a presentation of the very best of Malaysia.
Date & Time: 12th May to 22nd May, Dinner buffet only
For Reservation call: 040 2752 2567
MALAYSIA TOURISM PROMOTION BOARD OR TOURISM MALAYSIA is an agency under the Ministry of Tourism & Culture, Malaysia. Tourism Malaysia focuses on the specific task of promoting Malaysia at all levels.
Since its inception, Tourism Malaysia has grown by leaps and bounds and it has emerged as a major player in the international tourism scene. In 2014, Malaysia registered 27.4 million tourist arrivals and RM72 billion in receipts, making tourism its second largest foreign exchange earner.
Through the Tourism NKEA (National Key Economic Area), collaborative efforts between the Ministry of Tourism and Culture, other Government agencies and the private sector have been enhanced to help secure Malaysia’s position as a leading tourist destination and achieve the country’s target of 36 million tourist arrivals and RM168 billion in receipts by 2020.
The targets set under the Tourism NKEA will be achieved through the implementation of twelve Entry Point Projects (EPPs) clustered under five themes: Affordable Luxury; Nature Adventure; Family Fun; Events, Entertainment, Spa and Sports; and Business Tourism.