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254- Authentic Indian Cuisine from Mumbai@Mosaic(Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur)

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Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur has added to its list of award winning restaurants, with Mosaic, a new all day dining venue. Designed by the creative Japanese design company, Spin Design Studio, Mosaic is a distinctive, lively and imaginative venue. 
From 17th - 26th of May, Mosaic will be featuring a feast of Indian delights at its' all-day dining restaurant. Hailing from The Oberoi, Mumbai, Chef Rahul Kulkarni promises guest an authentic Indian cuisine indulgence.


Having more than 10 years experience in the culinary scene, Chef Rahul has won numerous awards in recognition of his passion and achievements in Indian cuisine. Apart from having worked at some of the biggest hotels in India, he has also been awarded numerous award in recognition of his accomplishments such as the Gold Medal and Best Dessert Category Award at the National Chef Competition organised by the Taj Group of Hotels and runner-up at the International Chefs' Day Competition just to name a few.


Baked Cheese Naan.

Murg Tariwala
 Chicken cooked in onions and tomatoes in a home style cooked gravy. I must admit that I am a fan of spicy  food. . . needless to elaborate, I love it. mama mia
Meen Pollichathu
 The highlight of this promotion include the Banana leaf wrapped fish, cooked with indian spices. It gives you a very aromatic coconut milk flavor, very tangy and creamy.
Kairiwali bhindi
 young okra stirr fried with onion, chiffonade of raw mango in a robust onion tomato masala.
Robust, oh did I just mention robust? Yes! You're able to dig lots and lots of vegetables all in one pot!


Kerala Beef Fry
 Stirred fry beef in curry leaves and coconut gravy. Similar to our Malay cuisine - rendang, but slightly 'wetter' and without a thick layer of palm oil floating on top!
Murgh Makhani & Murgh Malai Kebab

Tandoori roasted chicken tikka cooked in tomato curry with kasoori methi masala.
Masala, masala, masala, nothing will go wrong with masala...
 chicken, beef, fish, seafood, vegetables... you name it. 

Kale Moti Ki Briyani.

Gosht Briyani
 Casserole of finest basmati rice cooked with tender lamb and aromatic Indian spices.
Not a carb lover, but the long-grained fragrant basmati rice worth the calories. . . The rice was so richly flavored with ghee and butter, in the chomping process you get to bite big chunk of meat as well... 

A variety of condiments...


Dal Khandahari
 24 hours cooked, whole black lentils, gently simmered with, tomatoes and kashmiri red chili, finish with butter and cream. Apparently, North Indian cuisine do not emphasize on the spiciness of the food, but the rich and creamy texture. Most of the dish cannot be prepared without coconut milk, and Dal Khandahari was not excluded.

Malabar Prawn Curry.
 These king prawns are gently simmered in red chilli, tamarind and tomato gravy, and finished with coconut milk. If curry  is not your preference, opt for the Tandoori Tulsi Jhinga where the king prawns are marinated in yoghurt, roast garlic and cooked in clay oven.
A lil bit sourish and sweet, I kept coming back for more...;P

 Tandoori Tulsi Jhinga/ baked skewers of pounded lamb( seekh kebab)
The grilled prawns is a must try! The king prawns are sooooo succulent and fresh. *highly recommended*

Two types of dhal..


Khadai
  Stir fried cottage cheese with onions, sweet pepper, tomatoes and coriander seed and garnished with fresh coriander. 





Fans of Indian cuisine can enjoy Tandoori chicken, lamb, prawn with naan and other North Indian specialties. Sushi, sashimi and authentic Japanese dishes are also available, together with chinese dim sum baskets and fragrant stir-fries, while authentic barbecue seafood can be found at the Malay open kitchen.





Pounded lamb with beet root.


From left : Mint lime juice, plain yogurt drink, lime juice, pounded coconut juice.

Sausages , chicken and lamb.
I love the 'char' flavors that it gives. It's super carcinogetic, but I would say it's fantastic.

Mosaic features a vibrant mix of local and international cuisine, complemented with interactive live cooking station including grill, wok, noodle and tandoor, plus a LARGEEEEE dessert bar. *raised eyebrow*
After a protein packed dinner, I was looking forward to savor all the desserts! The traditional Indian desserts among which include the Mango Phirnee,  a chilled basmati rice flour pudding flavored with mango and topped with pistachio flakes, and Gajrela, grated carrots slow cooked in recuded cream milk.

The dessert bar offers an array of sweet delights to make me go weak in the knees over all the desserts.

Strawberry cream cheesecake.

Chocolate desserts

Very divine chocolate desserts...

Blueberry muffins!



LOOK.AT.THE.RED BEANS...

oh, the desserts, I would love to sum up all to the word ' super gratifying and heavenly ' . No complaints at all. It was so so so good. I was contented to sample each and each serving of the petite desserts are just perfectly nice and sufficient to satisfy my sweet tooth. It's so inviting.... not just to the palate, but to the eye ... All desserts are equally delectable. Trust me... ;)





Look how greedy I was... to take each sample of the desserts and take a bite of it. I was literally on cloud nine!


Besides savoring the Indian Cuisine, Mosaic also boasts an elegant interior reflecting the Peranakan culrure with elaborate finishings. Vibrant customized flooring, intricate hanging pewter lights, bespoke mosaic walls and columns complete with cleverly located live cooking stations make up for a truely interactive dining experience.


The restaurant also features two semi private dining rooms, making this the ideal venue for family get-togethers, business or entertainment lunches and celebrations.


Comfy couch.

The dessert island.

Salad Bar.

This decadent restaurant is an exercise in opulence. You can easily judge by your naked eyes as you can see, hundreds of pewter lights hanging on the ceiling to create a luxurious atmosphere with an urban edge.
In a nutshell, don't miss out Chef Rahul's Indian Cuisine as this Indian delights only last for 10 days!
Quick quick, make your reservation before it's too late!




For more info, you can visit this link.
or contact : (Tel) - +603 2380 8888
                  (Fax)- +603 2380 8833
               

Twitter   : @MO_KUALALUMPUR


Lunch : RM88++ per person
Dinner : RM 108++ per person ( Sun - Thursday)
Dinner : RM 128++ per person (Friday & Saturday)

Address : Mandarin Oriental , Kuala Lumpur
                Kuala Lumpur City Centre,
                P. O. Box 10905,
                50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


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10 comments:

  1. Oh yummy... I so wanna try them!! And I love the design of this place... reminds me abit of Gossip girl, lol.


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  2. It looks like an amazing hotel, good group. I love the food.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  3. Thats a lot of choices. The setting of the restaurant is luxurious. =)

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  4. Wah nice foods and desserts .... this is so classy and top class ingredients

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  5. Delicious spread of food. I like the buffet at Mosaic very much ;)

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  6. The curry looks so spicy there! =D

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  7. wow so indian! but too bad, i dunno how to enjoy their food :(

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