Johor Food and Cultural Festival 2013
If you are in Apple Hotel Bintang anytime from now till the 3rd of June then be sure to check out the Johor Food and Cultural Festival 2013. The festival will be held in Zende Restaurant in Seri Pacific Hotel Kuala Lumpur that offers up to the public a chance to indulge in some of Johor’s famous local food in Kuala Lumpur.
That last sentence could be somewhat confusing for you all so let’s break it down. Johor’s famous local foods are obviously found in Johor but what this festival does is to bring these famous local foods to you – a treat for you to enjoy the delectable culinary arts of Johor without having to travel to Johor itself.
“It’s that time of the year again for locals and tourists to witness the best of Malaysia’s rich cultures, beautiful and intricate crafts as well as glorious cuisine. Experience the vibrant colourful parades, cultural and traditional performances, exhibitions and not forgetting sampling of authentic and mouthwatering local delicacies held nationwide.”
“Johor, or otherwise known as “The Southern Gateway to Malaysia” is one of the most developed state in Malaysia. From 21st May to 3rd June 2013, Seri Pacific Hotel will be featuring authentic Johorean cuisine via buffet lunch and dinner priced at RM 68 nett and RM 78 nett respectively at Zenda Restaurant.”
“Indulge in Mee Rebus Tulang, Nasi Ambeng, Laksa Johor and traditional desserts like Binka Ubi, Cendol Durian in this celebration of the southern state’s culinary range. Be entertained by the culturally rich performances traditional to Johor, with hypnotic Kuda Kepang dances, lively joget and zapin recitals as well as a medley of Johor folk songs. Meanwhile, the hotel lobby will be transformed into a mini Johor with a plethora of arts and crafts.”
“Some other dishes that you can expect from the rotating menu includes Mee Rebus Tulang, Nasi Ambeng, Nasi Briyani Kambing Beyh, Deng-Deng Goreng, Otak-Otak, Mee Bandung and Lemak Lodeh. Of course there will be desserts too! Dessert is a must! Do make some room for Malaysia’s favourite dessert originated from Johor, Kole Kacang, luscious Pisang Salai, Binka Ubi, Cendol Durian, Nagasi and Kuih Sirat.”
Article by: missyblurkit – Johor Food and Cultural Festival
It isn’t every day that we get to enjoy Johor’s famous local food in Kuala Lumpur so you might as well make good on your chance now and head on over to the Johor Food and Cultural Festival 2013.