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Let's look East for this MIGF installment, checking out Chinese cuisine at Genting Highlands' Imperial Rama.First up, Imperial Rama, where the four-course MIGF menu kicks off with a duo of lobster preparations, one chilled with ebiko and the other warmed up with asparagus and mushrooms. Both mighty fine, especially for crustacean enthusiasts.Double-boiled guinea fowl soup, thick with traditional herbs to keep things flavorful.Fish and fowl meet: baked sturgeon with duck roll. Playfully surprisin
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Let's look East for this MIGF installment, checking out Chinese cuisine at Genting Highlands' Imperial Rama.
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First up, Imperial Rama, where the four-course MIGF menu kicks off with a duo of lobster preparations, one chilled with ebiko and the other warmed up with asparagus and mushrooms. Both mighty fine, especially for crustacean enthusiasts.
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Double-boiled guinea fowl soup, thick with traditional herbs to keep things flavorful.
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Fish and fowl meet: baked sturgeon with duck roll. Playfully surprising, the sweet-glazed fish tastes like char siew, while the crispy roll is evocative of curry puffs.
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Wrapping up with more Chinese decadence: cold bird's nest with pear and avocado puree. Sure, it's not the most adventurous of desserts, but it's really refreshing.
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The MIGF menu here costs RM238++ for food. Quite a sum for a modest-looking four courses, but components like lobster and bird's nest are inescapably expensive.
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An extra RM100++ provides three glasses of wine (prosecco, chablis and moscato). Thanks to Genting's Resorts World for inviting us for this complimentary tasting.
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