Taste the flavour of Malaysia at Shangri-La’s -Eros Hotel, New Delhi

IMG_2632High commission of Malaysia in association with Shangri-La’s – Eros Hotel, New Delhi and Tourism Malaysia invites you to experience delicious Malaysian cuisine served at the hotel during the Tate of Malaysia Food & Culture festival. The festival will showcase Malaysia’s diverse food offering concocted for both lunch &dinner at Tamra, Shangri-La’s-Eros Hotel, New Delhi. This food festival will commence from 9th September till 17th September 2017.
‘Taste of Malaysia’ will bring new and vivid dining options, showcasing the best from a wide range of Malaysian cuisine. This festival is organized to celebrate 60 years of diplomatic relations between Malaysia and India.
Two chefs from Kuala Lumpur have specially flown to New Delhi to prepare and create the magic in authentic Malaysian food for this festival. Cultural troupe provided by Perak Tourism will also perform during this festival and they will showcase different types of dances from different sates of Malaysia.

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Due to a special effort by Malindo Air, Air Asia, Seri Pacific Hotel and Perak Tourism from their valuable support for this event, said H.E. Dato’ Hidayat Abdul Hamid, High Commissioner of Malaysia to India. It was indeed a pleasure and honour for the hotel to host the festival in association with the High Commission of Malaysia, with skilful Malaysian chefs bringing authentic flavours from the heart of South East Asia to the heart of Delhi, Malaysia is yours to adventure, said Mr. Parmeet Singh Nayar, General Manager, Shangri-La’s-Eros Hotel, New Delhi.

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Malaysia being one of the few countries in the world which has people from different backgrounds and different religious living together and celebrating festivals of each other with same enthusiasm as they celebrated their own. The country is known for its exceptional cuisine infused with spices and herbs that are deeply rooted in traditional home-style cooking, where fresh, top-quality ingredients are put concocted judiciously and the flavours of each dish speak for themselves.

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It was a privileged to experience the Malaysian Food Festival in Shangri-La’s-ErosHotel.

This food festival will spice up the taste with a multi-cuisine palette. One will truly taste the various flavours of Asia at “Malaysian Food Festival”, said Mr. Sulaiman Bin Suip, Director, Tourism Malaysia.
Malaysian government has upgraded eVisa from one-month Single Entry Visa to Multiple Entry with validity of three months and it has been further upgraded on 22nd August 2017 by waiving visa fee providing 15 days Multiple Entry Visa at the cost of only USD 25 processing fee with validity of 3 months. Now, people can enter Malaysia multiple times with the help of eVisa. In the hope that this initiative would encourage and increase number of arrivals from India this year.
Tamra, the award-winning multi-cuisine dining restaurant at Shangri-la’s-ErosHotel, New Delhi brings to its patron ‘Taste of Malaysia’- an authentic Malaysian food festival with stimulating flavours and culinary styles which will whip just about anyone into an endless gastronomic frenzy.

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Malaysian cuisine frequently known as ‘the first fusion food’ dates back to the15th century originating from Malaysia’s multi-ethnic society. The festival offers a unique experience true to the palate of Malaysia with dishes on the buffet seasoned to perfection with intense spices sourced from the fields of Malaysia. The buffet menu is a sophisticated combination of salty, sweet, and sour, joined with frequently a surprise inclusion of hot heat, which makes Malaysian food a delight to savour. Along with the food, pamper yourself with The Tarik, a Malaysian national drink which is a strong tea cuddled up with condensed milk pulled until frothy.

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This food festival is a voyage which is meant to transport the connoisseurs into the beautiful country of Malaysia with live troops performance and traditional Malay music.

Malaysian aesthetic elements to add a final Malay touch to your dining escapade.

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