Friday, November 22, 2013

THE MUST-READ, MUST-PRINT LIST OF MALAYSIA'S BEST RESTAURANTS AS CONFIRMED BY MIGF MALAYSIA INTERNATIONAL GOURMET FESTIVAL

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MALAYSIA INTERNATIONAL GOURMET FESTIVAL – MIGF 2013
HERE ARE THE BEST OF THE BEST!

MIGF2013 FESTIVAL AWARDS
8 NOVEMBER 2013 AT STAR STAGE, LEVEL 15
KWC FASHION MALL

JUDGES’ CHOICE AWARDS
Golden Cauldron Award for the Best All-Round Restaurant 2013

The Finalists
1. Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie
2. Lafite
3. Marini’s On 57
4. Mandarin Grill
5. Tanzini
6. Ten Japanese Fine Dining
7. The Restaurant

The Winner---The Restaurant

Outstanding Festival Achievement Award
Mr. Martin Jones – Starwood Group

Chef Congeniality – Voted By Their Fellow Chefs
Chef Alex Waschl – The Restaurant at the Club Saujana Resort

Most Outstanding Dining Experience Of The Festival
1. Imperial Rama & LTITUDE Restaurant, Bar & Lounge
2. Lai Po Heen & Mandarin Grill
3. Marini’s On 57
4. Midori & Tuscany Restaurants
5. Seasonal Tastes
6. The Restaurant

Most Outstanding Cuisine at the Gala Launch
1. Bunga Emas
2. Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie
3. Lafite
4. Mandarin Grill
5. Ten Japanese Fine Dining
6. The Restaurant

Most Creative Restaurant Station at the Gala Launch
1. Five Sen5es
2. Kelantan Delights
3. Lafite
4. Lai Po Heen & Mandarin Grill
5. Midori & Tuscany Restaurants
6. Ten Japanese Fine Dining

Most Innovative Cuisine at the Gala Launch
1. Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie
2. Kelantan Delights
3. Lafite
4. Minori Japanese Restaurant
5. Nook
6. Ten Japanese Fine Dining

Most Creative Food Presentation at the Gala Launch
1. Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie
2. Five Sen5es
3. Kelantan Delights
4. Marini’s On 57
5. Minori Japanese Restaurant
6. Ten Japanese Fine Dining

Most Creative Menu Of The Festival
1. Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie
2. Grill 582
3. Lafite
4. Marini’s On 57
5. Ten Japanese Fine Dining
6. The Olive

Best Value Menu Of The Festival
1. Bunga Emas
2. Kelantan Delights
3. Kiraku Japanese Restaurant
4. Seasonal Tastes
5. Tanzini
6. Ten Japanese Fine Dining

Best Marketed Restaurant Of The Festival
1. Putrajaya Marriott Hotel & Spa
2. Resorts World Genting
3. Tarbush
4. The Restaurant
5. The Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur
6. The Westin Kuala Lumpur

Best Festival Offers
1. Chakri Palace
2. Five Sen5es
3. Kiraku Japanese Restaurant
4. Lai Po Heen & Mandarin Grill
5. Qba Latin Bar & Grill
6. Ten Japanese Fine Dining

PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS
Most Outstanding Cuisine at the Gala Launch
1. Marini’s On 57
2. Minori Japanese Restaurant
3. Nook
4. Qba Latin Bar & Grill
5. Ten Japanese Fine Dining
6. The Restaurant

Most Creative Restaurant Station at the Gala Launch
1. Arthur’s Bar & Grill
2. Kelantan Delights
3. Kiraku Japanese Restaurant
4. Lai Po Heen
5. Minori Japanese Restaurant
6. Ten Japanese Fine Dining

Most Innovative Cuisine at the Gala Launch
1. Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie
2. Marini’s On 57
3. Nook
4. Tanzini
5. Ten Japanese Fine Dining
6. The Restaurant

Most Creative Food Presentation at the Gala Launch
1. Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie
2. Kelantan Delights
3. Nook
4. Tanzini
5. Ten Japanese Fine Dining
6. The Restaurant

Most Popular Restaurant at Taste MIGF
1. Lai Po Heen
2. Mandarin Grill
3. Minori Japanese Restaurant
4. Tanzini
5. Tarbush
6. Ten Japanese Fine Dining

DINERS’ CHOICE AWARDS
Most Outstanding Cuisine
1. Lafite
2. Mandarin Grill
3. Marini’s
4. Tanzini
5. Ten Japanese Fine Dining
6. The Restaurant

Most Outstanding Dining Experience
1. Imperial Rama & LTITUDE Restaurant, Bar & Lounge
2. Marini’s On 57
3. Midori & Tuscany Restaurants
4. Seasonal Tastes
5. Ten Japanese Fine Dining
6. The Restaurant

Most Outstanding Service Team Of The Festival
1. Lafite
2. Mandarin Grill
3. Midori/Tuscany
4. Seasonal Tastes
5. The Olive
6. The Restaurant

DINERS’ CHOICE AWARDS
Most Outstanding Canapes Of The Festival
1. Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie
2. LTITUDE Restaurant, Bar & Lounge
3. Seasonal Tastes
4. The Olive
5. The Restaurant
6. Tuscany & Midori Restaurants

Most Outstanding Soup Of The Festival
1. Blu Med – Creamy Foie Gras Soup with Sweet Corn Espuma
2. Chakri Palace – Gaeng Leang: Wid Spicy Soup with Thai River Fish
3. Dynasty – Lobster Bisque, Ocean Treasure, Bird’s Nest and Truffle
4. Imperial Rama – Stewed Fish Maw with Yellow Fungus Soup
5. Lai Po Heen – Double-boiled “Mingmu” Fish Essence: Ginseng, Black Chicken, Fish Maw, Baby Cabbage
6. The Olive – Truffle Cappucino: Chicken Essence and Candied Almond

Most Outstanding Appetiser Of The Festival
1. Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie – Green Pea Jelly, Grilled French Brittany Blue Lobster, Hokkaido Scallop Toast, Vegetables and Light Hollandaise Sauce
2. Imperial Rama – Mantis Prawn with Passion Fruit Salad
3. Seasonal Tastes – Velvety Foie Gras Terrine, with Fig Marmalade and Port Wine Sauce on Toasted Brioche
4. Tanzini – Hokaido Scallop with Crispy White Bait
5. The Restaurant – Salmon Carpaccio 6. Ten Japanese Fine Dining – “Myouga” Sushi, Grilled Spanish Mackerel, Japanese Omelette, Egg Yolk marinated in Miso Paste, Foie Gras wrapped with White Fish Sashimi, Lotus Roots marinated with Mustard, Sweet Prawn with Ocean Trout Roe, Daikon pickle with a hit of Yuzu flavor, Deep fried Eggplant with Duck Mince, Ginkgo Nuts and Edamame, “Kikuna and Kikka” with Ponzu Sauce, Chips

Most Outstanding Starter Of The Festival
1. Grill 582 – Foie Gras Mousse, “Avruga Caviar”, Smoked Olive Oil
2. Kiraku Japanese Restaurant – Duck Liver Kira Kira
3. Lafite – Seabass and Oyster Tartare with Caviar, Tomato Vinaigrette and Beetroot Coulis
4. Marini’s On 57 - Aragosta e Burrata: Normandy Blue Lobster, Burrata Cheese and Lobster Emulsion
5. Tanzini – Cold Smoked Muscovy Duck Breast, Cold Tossed Cappelini in Truffle Essence and Avruga Caviar, Braised Lotus Roots
6. The Restaurant – Foie Gras Crème: Foie Gras, Duck Roll, Granny Smith Apple

Most Outstanding Entrée Of The Festival
1. Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie – Oven Roasted Tasmanian Rump of Lamb, Piquillos Domes, Provencal Short Jus
2. Imperial Rama – Braised Abalone with Morels in Superior Brown Sauce
3. LTITUDE Restaurant, Bar & Lounge – Josper Grilled Wagyu Beef with Herb Jelly, Quinoa Risotto and Cream
4. Lafite – Dover Sole Filet Grenobloise, Fresh Spinach and Seaweed Butter
5. Marini’s On 57 – M57 Carbonara: Uovo di Parisi, Pasta Monteverde Carbonara & 32 Month Aged Parmiggiano
6. Minori – Sanma Sushi, King Crab Geratan, Salmon Saikyo Yaki, Tsubugai Umani, Foie Gras Ponzu, Grilled Nuts, Ginkgo Nut, Sweet Potato, Pumpkin, Japanese Yam & Persimmon

Most Outstanding Main Course Of The Festival
1. Lafite – Wagyu Beef Tournados Rossini with Truffle Reduction
2. Lai Po Heen – Australian Deep Sea Abalone Braised in Superior Oyster Sauce, Quail Egg, Stir Fried Cauliflower
3. Mandarin Grill – Char Grilled Australian Wagyu Sirloin MS 10+ & Guinness Braised Beef Cheek Angelotti
4. Marini’s On 57 – Gnudi Toscani: Ricotta Cheese & Spinach Gnudi, Fresh Butter Sage & Black Truffle
5. Prego – Cod Fish with Green Pea Sauce, Potato Mushroom and Shellfish Reduction
6. Tanzini – Seared Tajima Wagyu Tenderloin, Pineapple-Potato Terrine, Spinach, Wasabi-Foie Gras Marmalade
7. Ten Japanese Fine Dining – Marble Score 10+ Wagyu Beef Cheek and Grilled French Foie Gras marinated in White Miso with Red Wine Sauce and a hint of Red Miso
8. The Restaurant – Smoked Rack of Lamb & Confit Lamb Shoulder

Most Outstanding Dessert Of The Festival
1. Arthur’s Bar & Grill – Coconut Macadamia Nut Tart, Butterscotch Ice Cream and Thick Chocolate Sauce
2. Blu Med – Fondant Chocolate Blu Med Style
3. Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie – Lady Gla Gla: Violet, Hazelnut, Chocolate
4. LTITUDE Restaurant, Bar & Lounge – Chocolate Sphere with Mascarpone Mousse, Bailey’s Coffee Ice Cream and Warm Chocolate Sauce
5. Mandarin Grill – Grand Cru Varlhona Tasting: Jivara Poached Chocolate Pudding, Guanaja Sorbet, Ivory Chocolate-Raspberry Mille Feuille
6. Marini’s – Sicily Tradition: Almond Milk. Orange Sorbet and Lemon Tart
7. Prego – Tiramisu in Tuille: Tiramisu Mousse served in Tulip Cup
8. The Restaurant – Ultimate Chocolate Brownie, Ice Milk Mousse, Nougat Ice Cream, Berries

Most Outstanding Wine Pairing Of The Festival
1. LTITUDE Restaurant, Bar & Lounge
2. Lafite
3. Prego
4. Qba Latin Bar & Grill
5. Samplings On The Fourteenth Restaurant
6. Tanzini

Best Value Menu Of The Festival
1. Arthur’s Bar & Grill
2. Five Sen5es
3. Kelantan Delights
4. Lai Po Heen
5. Nerovivo
6. The Olive

Most Creative Restaurant Ambience
1. LTITUDE Restaurant, Bar & Lounge
2. Mandarin Grill
3. Marini’s On 57
4. Qba Latin Bar & Grill
5. The Olive
6. The Restaurant

Best Use Of The Festival Theme
1. LTITUDE Restaurant, Bar & Lounge
2. Marini’s On 57
3. Midori & Tuscany Restaurants
4. Seasonal Tastes
5. Tanzini

6. The Restaurant

The MIGF Awards & Celebration Party
Kuala Lumpur, 18th November 2013

The 13th Malaysia International Gourmet Festival – MIGF 2013 – ended in an amazing Awards & Celebration Party at the Star Stage of KWC Fashion Mall on Friday, 8th November.

31 of the country’s best restaurants and their Festival Master Chefs were paid a tribute for serving up a month of special Festival Menus at special Festival prices the whole of October, and 180 gold awards were given out to the most deserving restaurants and chefs. The “Golden Cauldron” Award for the “Best All-Round Restaurant of the Festival" was awarded to The Restaurant from The Club Saujana Resort, and its chef Alexander Waschl beat his peers to win the “Chef Congeniality” Award.

The Outstanding Festival Achievement Award was awarded to Mr Martin Jones, Vice-President of Food & Beverage Asia Pacific, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc for his contributions toward the success of the Festival.

The Principal Sponsor of the Festival was The Vision Four Media Group and the Principal Partner, Tourism Malaysia. U Mobile was the Official Mobile Partner; Zurich Insurance, the Official Insurance Partner; Land Rover the Official Car; Kronenbourg 1664 the Official Beer and Fujifilm, The Official Imaging Partner. The Festival Media partners were Astro, Lite FM, Melody FM, Asian Food Channel, Seni Jaya, Vision Four and Vision KL.

The Awards and Celebration Party was graced by the Festival Royal Patron YAM Tunku Naquiyuddin Ibni Tuanku Ja’afar Tunku Laxamana Negeri Sembilan and Guest of Honour YBhg Dato’ Haji Azizan Noordin, Deputy Director General (Planning) Tourism Malaysia. Other guests included royalty, ambassadors and leaders of the industry.

MIGF 2013 marked the 13th year of the Festival and the theme “Cool Chefs: Cooking with Attitude!” has allowed the Festival restaurants to outdo each other in some of the most creative ways ever seen, for diners throughout October.

The special Festival preview event - Taste MIGF – was a huge hit when it opened to the general public on the 7th and 8th September 2013 at the Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre, a day after the glamorous Gala Launch which showcased the Festival restaurants and the Festival Master Chefs to 2,000 VVIPs in the country.

The Malaysia International Gourmet Festival (MIGF) promotes global cuisines on Malaysian soil, including Western, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, Oriental, and, of course, the country’s own rich heritage.

Like Their Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/migf.com

Twitter: www.twitter.com/migfmy Official 

Twitter Hashtags: #migf #tastemigf

MIGF began as the KL International Gourmet Festival in 2001 with only 13 restaurants. Since then, Malaysia’s dining industry has grown from a virtually zero base to the vibrant premium dining scene we see in the country today. The Festival received international recognition by winning the PATA Gold Award for Marketing in 2007 for establishing Malaysia as one of the leading world destinations for food tourism.

The MIGF Awards & Celebration Party – The First Suspense

MIGF 2013 signed off in its usual epic-styled celebration – at the massive Star Stage of KWC Fashion Mall, high above the city lights below. As if that wasn’t high enough, Organising Chairman – looking uber-cool in a black trench coat and shades – kicked off the evening in suspense, literally, by hovering some 20 feet above the stage. And having completed his welcome speech, he made the 31 Cool Chefs appear on stage with another trick up his sleeve.

A Taste of Malaysia
As Dato’ Steve declared, this was the Festival Chefs and Festival Restaurants night off. Guests were therefore treated to “A Taste of Malaysia” sponsored by the Vision Four Media Group; the best traditional Malaysian and Asian dishes from 50 hawker stalls were served.

The evening saw many VIPs in attendance including YAM Tunku Nurul Hayati, wife of Festival Royal Patron, Tunku Naquiyuddin Tuanku Jaáfar; Tunku Dara Tunku Tan Sri Naquiah Tuanku Ja'a'far and husband Tunku Kecil Besar Tunku Datuk Mudzaffar; and the Crown Prince of Bahrain H.R.H. Prince Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa. Other VIPs gracing the event included Ambassador of France, H.E. Martine Dorance; the European Union Ambassador to Malaysia Luc Vandebon; Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Uzbekistan, H.E. Shukor Sabitov; Ambassador of Uruguay, HE Gerardo Prato; and Ambassador of the Philippines, H.E. Eduardo Malaya.

Keeping the Magic Going
The highlight of the event was the MIGF Awards, and just before the ceremony, Dato’ Steve performed a magical trick with the most unlikely volunteer: Tunku Naquiyuddin. In a scene reminiscent of the royal 007 trick at the London Olympics, the Royal Prince entered a box which was then winched up to the ceiling of the high hall before it suddenly collapsed to reveal nothing inside. An instant later, Tunku was seen casually walking into the venue from the far distant end of the hall, much to the amazement of everyone.

The Final Suspense – The MIGF Awards
Then came the final suspense with assembled restaurants holding their breath – the MIGF Awards presentation. 180 gold awards from 31 categories were given out to the most deserving restaurants and chefs, including the coveted Golden Cauldron Award for the best all-round restaurant. Restaurants were given awards for the best courses, from canapés to dessert, as voted by discerning diners. Other awards included “Most Outstanding Dining Experience”, “Most Outstanding Service Team” and “Best Marketed Restaurant”, and were categorized under Judges’ Choice, People’s Choice or Festival Diner’s Choice.

Double Victory for The Restaurant and Chef Alexander Waschl
The Golden Cauldron Award for the Best All-Round Restaurant went to The Restaurant at The Club Saujana Resort. Chef Alexander Waschl, the Executive Chef at The Restaurant, also won the ‘Chef Congeniality’ trophy as voted by his fellow Festival Chefs. The young Austrian who has been with MIGF for the 3rd successive year, thanked his peers who voted for him, the diners and customers of The Restaurant for their confidence, and MIGF for the opportunity and recognition given to him.

Visit Malaysia Year 2014
In 2012, Malaysia registered 25 million tourist arrivals and RM60.6 billion in tourist receipts, placing the country firmly as the 10th most popular tourism destination in the world.

In 2014, Malaysia will celebrate its fourth VISIT MALAYSIA YEAR (VMY) with the theme ‘Celebrating 1Malaysia Truly Asia’. The VMY 2014 promotional campaign has started this year with a series of year-long special events and activities leading to VMY 2014. It will contribute to the Government’s target to receive 36 million tourist arrivals and RM168 billion in receipts by 2020, as outlined in the Malaysia Tourism Transformation Plan (MTTP) 2020.
The Malaysia International Gourmet Festival is proud to acknowledge Tourism Malaysia as its Festival Partner and the support it receives from the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia.

Participating Restaurants of MIGF2013
1
Shangri-La Hotel KL
Arthur's Bar & Grill
www.shangri-la.com
2
Lafite
www.shangri-la.com
3
The Royale Chulan KL
Bunga Emas
www.theroyalechulan.com.my
4
Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel
Dynasty
www.klrenaissance.com
5
Sagano
www.klrenaissance.com
6
The Westin Kuala Lumpur
Five Sen5es
www.westindining.com
7
Prego
www.westindining.com
8
Qba Latin Bar & Grill
www.westindining.com
9
BEST WESTERN PREMIER Dua Sentral
Grill 582
www.bestwesternmalaysia.com
10
Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur
Lai Po Heen
www.mandarinoriental.com
11
Mandarin Grill
www.mandarinoriental.com
12
Resorts World Genting
LTITUDE Restaurant, Bar & Lounge
www.rwgenting.com
13
Imperial Rama
www.rwgenting.com
14
The Olive
www.rwgenting.com
15 Putrajaya Marriott Hotel Midori Restaurant www.marriott.com
16 Tuscany Restaurant www.marriott.com
17
Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral
Nook
www.alofthotels.com
18
Berjaya Times Square Hotel
Samplings On The Fourteenth Restaurant
www.berjayahotel.com/kualalumpur
19
The Westin Langkawi
Seasonal Tastes
www.westinlangkawi.com/
20
The Club Saujana Resort
The Restaurant
www.theclubsaujanaresort.com
21
Blu Med Ristorante e Bar
Blu Med
www.blumed.com.my
22
Rotol Food-Chain (M) Sdn Bhd
Chakri Palace
www.chakri.com.my
23
Nathalie's Gourmet Studio
Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie
www.nathaliegourmetstudio.com
24
Kelantan Delights Sdn Bhd
Kelantan Delights
www.kelantandelights.com
25
Shaftsbury Capital Sdn Bhd
Kiraku Japanese Restaurant
www.facebook.com/KirakuJapaneseRestaurant
26
Mont Oro (M) Sdn Bhd
Marini's On 57
www.marinis57.com
27
Multiple Reward Sdn Bhd
Minori
www.minori.com.my
28
The Nero Group
Nerovivo
www.nerovivo.com
29
Sonata Vision Sdn Bhd
Tanzini
www.tanzini.com.my
30
Restoran Tarbush Delicacies Sdn Bhd
Tarbush Restaurant
www.tarbush.com.my
31
Sushi Train (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
Ten Japanese Fine Dining
www.tenrestaurant.com.my

MIGF – From 2001 to 2014
The Malaysia International Gourmet Festival is a month-long event that promotes premium dining as affordable and accessible to just about anyone, through some of the best dining establishments in the country. Foodies everywhere can make a date with Festival restaurants to enjoy these year-long signature menus which are served with or without specially-paired wines.

Resident chefs of these restaurants are elevated as Festival Master Chefs, and they try to creatively outperform each other as they each create their own special menus for this momentous occasion, giving one the best opportunity to try out their menus.

Alongside the Festival Menus, each restaurant and hotel boasts deals on everything from cigars and wines to accommodation and breakfast packages, with most offering a special gift on arrival and even a birthday cake if you celebrate your special day during the Festival!
Year after year, regular festival visitors wait in anticipation to see what each Festival Master Chef will create in terms of exciting new signature dishes and masterpieces – a process that has seen the variety of cuisines and culinary creativity exceed all expectations since the creation of the Festival in 2001.

The Malaysia International Gourmet Festival (MIGF) began as the KL International Gourmet Festival in 2001 with only 13 restaurants. Since then, Malaysia’s dining industry has grown from a virtually zero base to the vibrant premium dining scene we see in the country today. The Festival received international recognition by winning the PATA Gold Award for Marketing in 2007 for establishing Malaysia as one of the leading world destinations for food tourism.

Taste MIGF
Taste MIGF was conceived as a preview for MIGF. Taste MIGF is a brand new, relaxed and fun concept that is open to public and offers the opportunity for people from all walks of life to try out tasting portions of the Festival Menus in the specially created Theatre of Cuisines. With all the Festival restaurants gathered in one location, it is a foodie's ultimate experience.

An Epicure Gourmet Village was also featured with gourmet food items for sale. Stations in the Village featured premium F&B brands, artisan producers, boutique exhibitors and niche food exhibitors Taste MIGF featured fantastic live music, on-stage cooking demonstrations by Celebrity Chef Wan all in a beautifully set up environment.

In addition, up to 40 different cooking classes and appreciation workshops – conducted by Master Chefs and top experts in their fields – ran throughout Taste MIGF.

MIGF – History and Background
Eleven years ago an intrepid group of 13 restaurants got together with the vaguest of vague ideas about doing something to breathe a bit of life into Kuala Lumpur’s tiny and faltering fine dining scene. What evolved from those first hesitant talks has grown into the Malaysia International Gourmet festival, an international award winning world-class event.

In 2006, the KL International Gourmet Festival became the Malaysia International Gourmet Festival to enable restaurants from all over the country to participate. In 2007, the Festival received international recognition by winning the PATA Gold Award for Marketing - an achievement that has helped establish Malaysia as one of the leading world destinations for food tourism.

From the very start the Festival’s aim has been to make premium dining more affordable, less intimidating, more choices, fun and accessible. Prior to MIGF, premium dining restaurants in Malaysia were struggling. Fine dining restaurants were seen as stuffy, pretentious, intimidating and overpriced. However, without a strong local base no restaurant stands a chance of succeeding.

The Festival’s primary aim from the outset therefore was to increase the population of local diners for collective mutual benefit and then to create a sustained interest in the local premium dining scene. This done, the next step was to establish Malaysia as an international culinary tourism destination of choice.

During the Festival, restaurants put aside their competitive differences, share contacts and come together in a collective marketing effort. Rather than bringing in chefs from abroad for a one-off food promotion, the Festival’s unwavering focus is on the skills of the world-class chefs already residing in Malaysia.

This approach emphasizes, to locals and international visitors as well as travel agencies and MICE Organizers, the high standards of cuisine that exist in Malaysia’s restaurants all-year-round and not just during the Festival month.

Another aim of the Festival is to make premium dining as accessible to as many people as possible and not just to an exclusive few. Specially priced Festival Menus and Festival Offers not only help attract a new generation of diners, but they also persuade existing diners to try different venues and dine out more often. In addition, Festival Awards provide valuable recognition to Malaysia’s top professionals and encourage more people to take up careers in the hospitality sector.

Supported almost entirely by sponsorship and media partners from the private sector, the Festival is now universally recognised as Malaysia’s top premium dining event.

FESTIVAL PARTNERS & SPONSORS
1. Principal Sponsor
Vision Four Media Group
2. Principal Partner
Tourism Malaysia
3. Official Mobile Partner
U Mobile
4. Official Insurance Partner
Zurich
5. Official Health Partner
Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council (MHTC)
6. Official Car
Land Rover
7. Official Beer
Kronenbourg 1664
8. Official Imaging Partner
Fujifilm
FESTIVAL MEDIA PARTNERS
9. Astro
10. Lite FM
11. Melody FM
12. Asian Food Channel
13. Seni Jaya
14. Vision Four
15. Vision KL


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