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2014-11-28 126 views
My foodie friend, Pauline won a pair of passes to Miss Tam Chiak Blog Party at Cafe Brio, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel earlier this month. She brought me along to the party and it was nice to meet Miss Tam Chiak in person and we even shared the same table. The high-tea session comprises of many local delights such as Nonya Laksa, Bak Kut Teh, Rojak, Nonya Kueh as some International fares such as Japanese Sushi and Western desserts. There is also an outdoor BBQ station.The colourful spread of
The high-tea session comprises of many local delights such as Nonya Laksa, Bak Kut Teh, Rojak, Nonya Kueh as some International fares such as Japanese Sushi and Western desserts. There is also an outdoor BBQ station.
The colourful spread of sushi that they have. They don't have my favourite salmon sushi though. I had a handroll too. We can choose the ingredients that we want at this live station. The chef was very humourous. He said if we wanted everything in one handroll, he could do it for us too! Haha... Miss Tam Chiak's friend, Derrick (www.sgonfoot.com) was very nice to prepare rojak for every table. Thank you so much! Laksa Live Station I enjoyed my bowl of nonya laksa with cockles which was delicious with the rich and flavourful gravy. I had a plate of Nasi Lemak too. Outdoor Barbecue Station (Charcoal-Fired Grill)
We don't normally see barbecue station in other typical high-tea buffet but be warned, this area was really like a burning furnace, very very hot here! Need to "suffer" a bit for your BBQ chicken wings, sausages, sweet corns and satay! Beef, Chicken and Mutton Satay. I ended off the session with a piece of sweet strawberry flan and for Pauline, she had ice-cream! A nice group photo with Miss Tam Chiak (Maureen)! Being the host of the event, she was seldom at her seat as she was busy going around to interact with her guests. Hope to have a chance to meet up with her again. Congratulations to Maureen and also thanks Pauline for bringing me along to this party!