Authentic Indian Cuisine from MUMBAI at MOSAIC, MANDARIN ORIENTAL, KUALA LUMPUR
From 17 to 26 May, Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur will be featuring a feast of Indian delights at its’ all-day dining restaurant, Mosaic. Hailing from The Oberoi, Mumbai, Chef Rahul Kulkarni promises guests an authentic Indian cuisine indulgence.
For Indian cuisine lovers, this is one of the lifetime chance to dine at Mosaic, Mandarin Oriental for authentic Indian Cuisine.
Kulkarni, a member of the Indian Federation of Culinary Association (IFCA) is no stranger to the culinary industry. Apart from having worked at some of the biggest hotels in India, he has also been awarded numerous awards 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.
I had a lengthy chat with him including a video interview below. The chef is actually on his second stop pit stop in Malaysia after Mandarin Oriental Singapore hosted his team weeks earlier. This is his first time coming to Malaysia and his Malaysian experience has been excellent so far.
Interview with Chef Kulkarni at MO Kl…
Kerala Beef Fry, Stir fried beef in curry leaves and coconut gravy…
Amongst some of the starters available during this 10-day promotion are Dahi Bhalle – a lentil dumpling flavoured with cumin, green chilli and coriander, laced with savoury yoghurt and tamarind chutney, and Murgh Aur Hara Pyza Ki Chaat made from salad of crisp chicken, scallion and sweet pepper in freshly ground mustard dressing.
Kadhai Paneer, Stir fried cottage cheese with onions, sweet peppers, tomatoes and pounded coriander seeds, finished with fresh coriander…
Continue to feast in some of Kulkarni’s finest main courses, namely 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. -moreMeat lovers can savour in the Rajasthani Laal Maas, a lamb dish cooked in red chilli, tandoori roasted chicken tikka cooked in tomato curry Murg Makhani, Murgh Malai Kebab and much more.
Gosht biryani, casserole of finest basmati rice cooked with tender lamb and aromatic Indian spices…
Other highlights of this promotion include the banana leaf wrapped fish Meen Pollichathu, soused wheat salad Gehoo Ka Kachumber, fragrant basmati pilaf Kale Moti Ki Biryani, fish cooked in tomato curry and garam masala Ajwaini Macchi Curry, and baked skewers of pounded lamb Seekh Kebab.
Kale Moti ki biryani, fragrant basmatt pilaf cooked with black gram and aromatic spices…
Those with a sweet tooth may look forward to indulging in traditional Indian desserts, amongst which include the Mango Phirnee, a chilled basmati rice flour pudding flavoured with mango and topped with pistachio flakes, and Gajrela, grated carrots slow cooked in reduced cream milk.
Please do not forget there is also other food available in Mosaic and they will make sure your trip is worthwhile. Great hospitality and amazing ambience with savoury food, make sure you book your tables early to avoid disappointment.
Beautiful ambiance at Mosaic.
Lunch is priced at RM 88++ while dinner is at RM 108++ per person, Sunday to Thursday and RM 128++ for Friday and Saturday.
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