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Sagano's MIGF menu has both hits and misses, but it's still a fair bargain for RM119++ without wine. Service is impeccable and the environment is soothingly serene. Deep-fried king prawn with butter cream sauce. Eat it while it's piping hot. Not for the faint-hearted, since the thick sauce was supremely decadent. Hokkaido scallop and shimeji mushroom rice with cream. Not enough scallops and mushrooms to go with the rice. Even though the mushrooms imparted a nicely nutty, buttery taste to this,
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Sagano's MIGF menu has both hits and misses, but it's still a fair bargain for RM119++ without wine. Service is impeccable and the environment is soothingly serene.
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Deep-fried king prawn with butter cream sauce. Eat it while it's piping hot. Not for the faint-hearted, since the thick sauce was supremely decadent.
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Hokkaido scallop and shimeji mushroom rice with cream. Not enough scallops and mushrooms to go with the rice. Even though the mushrooms imparted a nicely nutty, buttery taste to this, the texture of the rice was too hard.
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Black sesame pannacotta & mango sorbet. A deliciously chilled crowd-pleaser.
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That dessert was the end of the MIGF menu, but we were still peckish, so we also ordered the New Renaissance Roll (deep-fried lobster rolled with dried seaweed and vinegar rice, coated with mango).
In terms of appearance, this was magnificent (the pic doesn't do it justice). Taste-wise, it wasn't quite as impressive; a bit too similar to many of the tiger prawn rolls at other outlets.
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2009-10-07