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The Oak Room Restaurant Nexus Bangsar South MIGF Menu 2015

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The Oak Room Restaurant Nexus Bangsar South MIGF Menu 2015

The Oak Room is a restaurant with contemporary setting serving Western cuisine located in Nexus Bangsar South. Owned by the UOA Group, the restaurant opens its door for its members (by invitation) only. However for this month of October, they will open their doors to public for the first time for the MIGF (Malaysia International Gourmet Festival) 2015 menu as well as their ala-carte menu.

The Oak Room offers seating capacity up to 180-200 person and they offer the ideal environment for top executives to dine and wine as well as concluding their business deals.

The Oak Room offers a suite of facilities such as Dining Hall, Lounge Bar, Sensory Room, Reading Room, Wine Room, Al Fresco, Private Rooms and Karaoke Rooms.

If you need a quiet and privacy, Oak Room is definitely the ideal choice. Thus, there are no children are allowed in the Oak Room except special functions or events.

We visited the Oak Room a few days ago to try out their first MIGF menu during lunch hour. Their full festival menu offers five course meals with a choice of two main dishes with or without wine.

The full festival menu price without wine is RM 188 nett per person and with wines is RM 268 nett per person.

The restaurant is cozy, quiet and the service staffs are very attentive. There is a dress code with no shorts and collar shirts for this restaurant. Please wear decent as the guests are high executives or VIPs.

 

Appetiser – Chef’s Special

The Oak Room MIGF 2015 Festival Menu started off with an appetiser (not in the menu). This is an additional appetizer created by the chef. It is lightly seared salmon topped with caviar. This is very appetizing, the salmon is soft in texture and it comes with the strong flavour from the caviar and the slight sour taste from the piece of grape. For your info, this is Chef’s special.

 

Appetiser – Seared Hamachi with Beetroot and Raspberry Condiment, Dashi and Sumac Paired with WestEnd Semillion Sauvignon Blanc 2013

The seared Hamachi (yellow tail) perfectly cooked and it goes well with the light salty flavour of the fish roe. It goes well with the WestEnd Semillion Sauvignon Blanc 2013.

 

Entrée – Pan Fried Foie Gras with Duo of Pear, Onion Marmalade and Mixed Cres Paired with Don Vinivo Chardonnay Macabeo 2013

The foie gras is slightly over fried but it is tasty and goes well with the pear and onion marmalade. Beautifully paired with Don Vinivo Chardonnay Macabeo 2013

 

 

Soup – Consomme of Golden Melon with Dumpling paired with Valdivieso Chardonnay

This is very well presented consommé with the golf leaf on top of the dumpling. The consommé is light and it goes very well with the dumpling. This goes very well with the wine.

 

Palette Cleanser – Lime Sorbet

You know you dine at the right place when they serve palette cleanser before the main course. The palette cleanser is refreshing and sour, just right before the main course.

There are two main courses to choose from. One is the rack lamb set (red meat) while the other one is the black cod (white meat).

 

Main Course – Pot Roasted Black Cod with Chickpea Puree, Sun Blushed Tomato in Vine and Lemon Thyme Veloute Paired with Don Vinivo Chardonnay Macabeo 2013

The main course comes with a generous portion of black cod. It is roasted to perfection, not under or over cooked. The fish is tasty and you can taste the freshness of it and it goess well with the chickpea puree. Of course, it is perfectly paired with the chardonnay.

 

Main Course – Pan Fried Rack of Lamb Set onto Yellow Kumara Ragout Napped with Wild Rustic Sauce Paired with WestEnd Cabernet Merlot 2013

The rack of lamb is pan fried to medium. We should have requested medium rare but even on medium, it didn’t disappoint us. The meat is tender and well marinated and it is simple gorgeous with the wild rustic sauce. Paired with the merlot, you get the slight sweetness from the wine. We prefer the rack of lamb than the black cod probably because the taste is heavier.

 

Dessert – Strawberries Pavlova Paired with NVY Passion Fruits

The strawberries Pavlova is sour in taste and it goes well with the sweet NVY Passion fruits. The pavlova is reasonably sized and there is mignardise after this.

 

Mignardise – Petit Four with Coffee Latte

The picture shows Petit Four for two persons. You get different flavours from the Petit Four and it is the ideally conclude the festival menu with choices of coffee or tea.

Overall, we were very impressed with their MIGF Festival Menu. We enjoyed the most of the dishes especially the appetisers and the rack of lamb. This is one of the most impressive MIGF menus so far.

For more information, please call +603 2386 9169 or email us at [email protected]

 

 

The Oak Room Restaurant Nexus Address and Contact:

Level 3, Nexus, Bangsar South, Jalan Kerinchi, Bangsar South, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Tel: +60 3-2386 9169

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