EXPERIENCE the culinary delights of specially prepared XinJiang cuisine exclusively at Genting Higthlands Resort’s fine dining Ming Ren Restaurant.
The newly relocated and refurbished restaurant offers the finest in lamb specialty dishes, which uses authentic spices for a succulent and mouth-watering culinary experience.
At its recent official launch, guests were treated to an exquisite set menu, which began with the authentic Milk Tea, specially created Lamb Pies, Mushroom Salad and Cucumber with Bean Paste Sauce.
Catch the Lamb soup and Braised Chicken with Spicy Sauce in XinJiang style were served to further whet the guests’ appetite.
Four of these fabulous main courses were served with Naan Bread and Turmeric Rice.
Stir Fried French Beans with Dried Shrimp, Garlic and Chilies and Deep Fried Brinjals and Golden Mushroom with Garlic were also served for dinner.
The delicious Almond Bean Curd Jelly Dessert was served to complement the exquisite dinner.
The People’s Republic of China Ambassador Cheng Yong Hua was the guest of honour at the restaurant’s recent official launch.
Also at the event were Resorts World Bhd president and chief operating officer Lee Choong Yan, and executive vice president Alan Teo.
The pork-free restaurant serves lamb that is imported from XinJiang, China that is certified by Department Of Islamic Development Malaysia (Jakim).
The truly one-of-its-kind restaurant in Malaysia and South-East Asia is located at Level 2 of Highlands Hotel (opposite Good Friends restaurant).
Operation hours are noon to 2.30pm for lunch and 6pm to 9.30pm for dinner, Monday to Friday while on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays, lunch is from 11.00am 2.30pm and dinner 6pm to 9.30pm.
For more details, visit www.genting.com.my and call 03-6105 9879 for reservation.
The pork-free restaurant serves lamb that is imported from XinJiang, China, that is certified by the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (Jakim) and cooked in authentic spices for a mouth-watering culinary experience.
Source : STAR
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