Sushi Jiro @MIdvalley

Sunday, May 31, 2015 2 Comments A+ a-

After the MInions photo session, I bring my hubby and kids to try this eatery place a japanese place with lots of sushi charging only RM3 per plate!! I ask the staff twice Is that true you are charging only RM3?.He explained that for every five plate and above everything will be only RM2.99per plate inclusive of GST and no service charge.
 Located at level 2 in front of Metrojaya and one floor above Sweet Chat.We hardly go up to this floor and never knew there are Japanese cuisines here.the menu is simple and quite variety every plate selling at RM3.48 with obviously two person dine in you will surely finished up with more than each plate they charge only RM 2.99.Reasonable for the price and choices of sushi here. No doubt the size will be smaller..which I don't mind because I can try more sushi from the menu.

Outdoor seats

Varieties of sushi choices

The kids have a great time dining here looking at the sushi flow on the conveyor belt and they start putting in lots of ginger for me ( I am a truly ginger lovers). All the sushi is fresh and bite sized

Ebiko Sushi

Smooth silky chawanmushi

Hearty bowl of hot ramen, both my girls finished it all

Tuna Inari

The noodles choices are udon and ramen priced at RM9.9 per bowl and desserts between RM 3.90 to RM8.00.Refillable green tea is only at RM 1 each. I like the service here, friendly and attentive to our needs. SImple and quick lunch. Most important no long queue and yet I can enjoy my Japanese cravings of sushi peacefully.

Sushi Jiro

SK-16, Second Floor, 
South Court, Mid Valley Megamall, 
Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603 2202 2638

Grand Launch of Kuala Lumpur Big Kitchen Festival 2015

Sunday, May 31, 2015 0 Comments A+ a-

We were here for the Grand Launch and special media invitation on Friday 29th May 2015 to witness this KL Big Kitchen Festival that took place at Dataran Merdeka.
Cloudy sky and we enjoy taking pictures at this historical building

From the 29th to 31st May 2015, the food festival will bring together gastronomic delights from the 13 Malaysian states, making local and international foodies spoilt for choice with the range of over 60 food counters serving up only the best. The 3-day event is proudly presented by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) in partnership with the Ministry of Tourism & Culture.

KL Big Kitchen Festival 2015 will boast 20 international and local chefs cooking 119 recipes and on the Padang, there will be 8 food Villages serving over 200 types of food prepared by over 10 vendors.

Samplings presents sampling of fine dining cuisines, Food Trucks and Mayor’s Courtyard will offer and intimate culinary experience.The 8 Food Villages include Negeri presenting dishes from 13 states, Warisan representing Malaysia heritage cuisine, Manisan showcasing a delectable range of desserts, Dulang will bring one back to the traditional experience of communal dining, Warung features handpicked “warungs” that offers KL’s bet street food, 

The Grand Launch was officiated by HRH the Queen of MalaysiaSeri Paduka Baginda Raja Permaisuri Agong, Tuanku Sultanah Hajjah Haminah Hamidun. (Both photo credit to Wendy)
The Grand Launch was attended Minister of Federal Territory, YB Datuk Seri Utama Tengku Adnan bin Tengku Mansor, Deputy Minister of Federal Territory YB Dato Dr Loga Bala Mohan Jaganathan, Secretary General of Ministry of Tourism & Culture Malaysia, YBhg. Dato Ong Hong Peng, Mayor of Kuala Lumpur, YBhg. Datuk Seri Hj Ahmad Phesal bin Hj Talib, Ambassadors, Dignitaries, government agencies, the festival partners and sponsors plus over 100 local and international media.

High tea sessions

Satay - from Malaysia Airline

Local chefs include Datuk Chef Wan Ismail, Dato’ Chef Ismail Ahmad, Chef Florence Tan, Chef Jochen Kern, Chef Malcom Goh, Chef Firdaus Hanan, Chef Dr Ezani, Chef Izyan Hani, Chef Anis Nabila, Chef Darren Chin and Chef Kamarul. Adding to the line-up are Malaysian born chefs who have made a mark overseas, Chef Adu Amran and Chef Isadora Chai. incidentally KL’s Food Ambassador Chef Norman Musa, the line-up includes Michelin star Chef Christian Mittermeier  from Germany, Chef Andrew Nutter and Chef Claire Ptak from UK, Chef Will Meyrick from Indonesia and Chef Cyril Rouquet from France.

Visitors will get the chance to meet with local and internationally renowned chefs as they conduct cooking workshops and demonstrations, give talks and interact with them. Visitors can also learn to prepare and cook some authentic Malaysian dishes, and get some useful tips from the experts themselves during the festival.

The festival will also have various interesting pop-up stalls :

·         The FAMA market selling tropical Malaysian fruits and fruit juices
·         The Spices and Malaysian purees “on- the go” stalls
·         Tuck shops selling Malaysian snacks like kerepek, coconut candy and dodol plus these shops will hold experiential demonstrations for tourists on heritage food like kuih bangkit, kuih bakar and kuih bahulu that will be made on “pangkin” with the “makciks”

With a single entry ticket, visitors will have the opportunity to attend all the cooking workshops and demonstrations (based on a first-come, first-serve basis as seats may be limited), listen to gastronomic talks and be entertained by cultural performances.

Food items may be purchased using “Kupang”, a specially designed token that will replace cash at the festival. The “Kupang” will be available in denominations of half Kupang, one Kupang and five Kupang. The “Kupang” can be purchased at the ticketing booth near the main entrance to the festival venue. The term “Kupang” is taken from the traditional Malay coin currency that was used in the Malay Peninsula since over a century ago.


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Minions Invasion @ Midvalley

Sunday, May 31, 2015 1 Comments A+ a-

I was very excited for this school holiday because there are so many activities and events lining up for the kids.. and I am a happy mummy to bring them along to check out this awesome events..First is the MCDO happy meal offering Despicable Me ( I always called it banana) which my kids love it so much..they have everything in yellow (shirt,dress, pants, stationery's, bags, bottles, and etc) they just love the movie and they can watch it multiple times..can remember the songs and dialog as well.. How this movie influence them so much and when I talk about movies..I just get to know the Despicable Me will be in Cinema on 18 June 2015!..Can't wait to bring them to watch the movie together for the first time. Then, I receive an invitation for Disney Day Out @ Sunway Pyramid and I also saw Pavilion they have Spoonge many places to check it out!
As I browsing the web, I saw this advertisement Minions Invasion that will take place at Midvalley and I read through the details here: They have
-Exclusive Squishy Minion Redemption
-Meet & Greet
-Interact & #minionsmy
All are partnership with HSBC and Huawei Honor.So the advantage is all on HSBC card holders.Remember to tag along your HSBC credit card or you can apply on the spot.

I told my kids we are going to see minions and they woke up early, dress up with their minions shirt and we reach early at 10.30am. To my surprise, the center court is so crowded at this hour. We quickly snap the photos and take turns. The kids are pretty exciting and my boy keep touching the minions..I hope they won't fall down easily. So cute and lovely deco..with minions in the small gardens.

Love this trio

Chair settings for family photo session..Just need to be patient and wait for your turns..It does looks good when people start to queue them selves and kind people offering us to take pictures on behalf for family pictures..No pushing around and there are plenty of minions in every Don't will find at least a small minions for your photo shot

So many Minions merchandise display from Metrojaya

We waited a while for the Minions Character Greet and Meet session that happens at 1pm sharp. There are two queues in the line. On the right side is the priority lane for HSBC card holders and after they have finished their queue line, Those on the left (opens for public) can start taking pictures with the cute minions..All together three minions standing at the center and  we just watch them from Level kids enjoy the YMCA music and start shouting Banananannaannanaa!!!..Crazy crowd and the queue looks mess up.
 Another session will be at 4pm and 7pm and this all happens nice

We also spotted this Thomas and Friens photo booth at Level 1 (outside Toy's R us) - free taking photos and this photo will be input in their FB. So they also allowed us to take photos using our phones.

* first 3 photos credit to my friend (Michelle)

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