Friday, December 11, 2015

Foodie Friday: Festive Cheer Review at The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur

What I didn't expect of was to receive email from the prestigious The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur early of this month for the exclusive invitation to review their new launch of Christmas Eve, Christmas and New Year dinner menu. Initially, I decided to reject the invitation as I wasn't able to attend but then, I was thinking why not asking my blogger friend, Sherrie Pui aka Cutebun to attend on behalf of me. It's not like this golden opportunity would come every single time, right?

The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur has recently launch Christmas Eve,Christmas and New year dinner menu at their colonial cafe. 

We were thrilled to be invited as replacement for Diana's invitation on 4th December night. Our menu that night is a mix of Christmas Eve and Christmas day menu. This is considered my first ever fine and luxury dining in Kuala Lumpur and the feeling is quite grant to be reviewing food in a luxury hotel like The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur.  

#1: There are only few tables set up there, roughly around 6 round tables and few long tables.

#2: Christmas set up and decoration

#3: Live music playing when dinner service starts

#4: The design of the cafe is mainly following colonial style and kept as heritage

#5: Round table settings of Christmas and lights

#6: Pretty set up in the mood of Christmas

To start off, our prelude is Laurent - Perrier Brut Champagne.

#7: Champagne to get the night rolling

Followed by Amuse - Bouche - Chicken Liver Crostini .

Chicken liver is not my preference however the crust is crispy and chicken liver is served cold within the bread

Starter - Wood smoke infused blue mussel, scallop and salmon avocado puree, micro cress and creamy honey mustard dressing. the pairing wine is Dourthe N°1 - Bordeaux Blanc. 

I like the mussel,scallop and salmon pair up in this plate. The seafood are fresh and the puree and sauce as just nice. 

Soup - Cock a leekie

We had a typical scottish chicken and leek soup which is quite common for me. It is delicious but not much of a presentation on the plate.

Orange Sorbet - sweet and cooling with orange taste. 

As for the main course, we were served with two distinctive type, one of each.

Trio's King - Turkey breast, sausage in a blanket and herbs stuffing, served with creamy mash, minted mushy pea and red wine gravy. 


The steak is cooked quite perfectly with red wine gravy complementing the dish. The sausage is in a pastry with crispy crust and savoury sausage within. The dish is paired with Red wine - Dourthe N°1 - Bordeaux rouge . 

Baked salmon with lemon and dill sauce - accompanied with seasonal vegetables and dauphinoise potatoes.


As my preference of salmon is raw, this baked version of salmon is ok. However I like the lemon and dill sauce with the crispy pastry on top of the fish which is quite delicious. I would recommend to try this dish if you love baked salmon.

Here come the dessert part, Christmas pudding, vanilla sauce and served with white chocolate ice-cream

Cute and lovely presentation

I like the ice cream, vanilla sauce and the presentation. The pudding is moist however it is a bit too sweet and sour for my liking. If you have a sweet tooth, you must try this dessert.

Petit fours

Homemade christmas cookies and chocolates 

I love these chocolate melt in my mouth. As for the homemade cookies, I only took a bite as I was pretty full from the courses before. 

Besides that, the menu also including freshly brewed coffee or tea.

My Verdict:
The service in The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur gets my A+ for always attending to all the guests' needs with waiters walking around to check every few minutes. 

Overall we were satisfied with the dinner and it is a great experience to have fine dining at the colonial cafe. 

Press release :
Festive Joy at Colonial Cafe

You can also treat your loved onesto a culinary indulgence in a classic setting as Colonial Cafe presents a special 5-course wine-paired menu. Indulge in classic festive cuisine with dishes such as Lamb Loin Au Gratin, Grilled Barramundi Fillet, Traditional Roast Turkey, and delicious Valrhona Chocolate Indulgence Pudding while The Solianos serenade you with their renditions of classic holiday jingles.

Colonial Cafe’s Christmas Eve Dinner menu is priced at RM280 nett per person or RM 380 nett per person with wine pairing and Christmas Day menu is priced at RM220 nett per person or RM320 nett per person with wine pairing. Additionally, Colonial Cafe’s New Year’s Eve Dinner menu is priced at RM350 nett per person or RM480 nett per person with wine pairing.

This is special guest blog post from a fellow lifestyle blogger Sherrie Pui aka Cutebun who attended this exclusive invitation on behalf of me. Don't forget to check out her blog about photography, travel, food and more. 

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