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Published on April 20th, 2010 | by email2me

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Feast Village Sunday Brunch At Shook! Restaurant at Starhill Gallery

 

If savory cheeses are what you crave or if you prefer, sugary assortments of French delectable pastries, then head over to Shook! and enjoy the new Feast Village Sunday Brunch menu, brought to you specially by eight kitchens from four restaurants: Shook!, Luk Yu Tea House, Gonbei Fine Japanese Cuisine and Fisherman’s Cove Seafood Restaurant served under one roof.

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Every Sunday from 12.00pm to 3.00pm, satisfy your cravings at Starhill Gallery’s renowned Shook! Restaurant with delicious culinary delights such as juicy roasted meats, Japanese sushi and sashimi, selections of antipastos and steamed Hong Kong style dim sum.

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Relax amidst the sultry tones of our jazz quartet while enjoying the luscious spreads and indulgent desserts. This Feast Village Sunday Brunch menu also features an assortment of refreshingly exhilarating cocktails such as Mojitos, Martinis and Margaritas, and Piper-Heidsieck Champagne.

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Before we go into the mains, lemme intro a lil bit on Shook! Restaurant.

Shook! is an exciting restaurant concept and the first of its kind in Malaysia. Punctuating the colorful interior are black clad waiters who move with silent precision, armed with a superb knowledge of the menu and wine list.

The menu flirts with seasonal trends and boasts an adventurous fusion of east and west with Japanese, Chinese Wok, Italian and Western Grill show kitchens. Dishes are fresh, robust, natural and innovative. From the Western Grill comes new age wagyu beef, cooked perfectly to order; an Italian signature of rack of lamb cooked pink, with mustard balsamic sauce, served with polenta cake and garden vegetables; classics from the Chinese kitchen include slow braised abalone in superior stock, an expensive but satisfying dish, and a more contemporary classic, stir fried dancing prawn with mayonnaise; Sashimi is flown directly from Japan so expect nothing but the freshest cuts.

A magnificent walk-in wine cellars holds over 3,000 bottles of some of the world’s most outstanding wines, including the world‘s largest vertical collection of Chateau Mouton Rothschild Artist label series, featuring every vintage from 1945 to 1997 in both standard and magnum bottles. Also available are European wines from the signature Shook! label.

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All sorts of fine grade important cheese

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My plate of cheeses and fresh baked baguet

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Hainanese Chicken Rice at Local Corner

Japanese Corner

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Unagi on Soba

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Grilled Scallops

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Mouth Sized Sushi

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Fresh Cut air flown in sashimis

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Crunchy Prawn Tempura

The brunch just got started and doesn’t end here. We are moving to the west from the eastern Japanese sushi and sashimi table.

Italian Corner

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Air Dried Beefs

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Hand Tossed Thin Crust Wood fire Pepperoni Pizza

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Pizza baking in progress

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All sorts of home made spaghettis for you to choose from

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All the foods above is just the starters I would say. Here comes the main course.

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Grilled Half Boston Lobster served with Grill Lemon, Saute Vegetables and Lemon Butter Sauce

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Wagyu Beef Burger Served with French Fries and Saute Mushroom

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German Sausages with Mashed Potatoes

From The Desserts Bar

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Black Sesame and Green Tea Ice Cream

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And lastly to flush everything down with a cup of fresh brewed coffee or more champagne.

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BRUNCH FEATURES

SALADS

Iceberg, Romaine Lettuce, Green Oak Leaf, Red Oak Leaf, Rocket Salad, Lollo Rosso,

Cherry Tomato, Cucumber with Mint Yoghurt, Pate and Terrines

ICE STATION

Fresh Oysters, Prawn, Clams, Mussels, Flower Crabs

CARVING STATION

Roasted Beef Loin and Roasted Lamb Leg

JAPANESE

Selection of Sushi and Sashimi

Assortment of Yakitori

Assortment Japanese Style Deep-fried ‘Tempura’ Seafood

CHINESE

Chinese BBQ Roasted Chicken and Duck

Steamed Chicken, Boiled Soya Sauce Chicken

Assorted Dim Sum Selections

ITALIAN

Beef Pepperoni, Margarita and Breakfast Pizzas

Selection of Air Dried Beef and Air Dried Lamb

Selection of Cold Cuts

Antipastos

LOCAL

Baked Otak-otak – Baked Fish Paste with Spices wrapped in Coconut Leaf

Chicken and Beef Satays

MAIN COURSE (PERSONAL SELECTION)

Grilled Half Boston Lobster served with Grill Lemon, Sauté Vegetables and Lemon Butter Sauce

Half Boston Lobster Thermidor

Mixed Grill Platter Lamb Chops, Beef Steak, Sausage and Chicken Breast served with Mashed Potatoes and Sauté Onion

Seafood Grill Platter Seabass Fillet, Butterfish, Prawns and Flower Crab served with Grill Lemon and Dill Butter Sauce

Wagyu Beef Burger served with French Fries and Sauté Mushroom

Tagliatelle Pasta with Trumpet Mushroom and Morels Mushroom topped with sear ‘Rouge” Foie Gras

Braised abalone with Broccoli

Braised sea Cucumber & Abalone with Superior Stock

Teppanyaki Kaisen Teppanyaki of Mixed Seafood served with Garlic Fried Rice

DESSERTS

Assortment of Macaroons

Tiramisu in Chocolate Cup

Key Lime Tart

Panacotta in Martini Glass

Chocolate Profiteroles

CHEESES

Brie de Meaux, Maroilles, Murol Auvergne, Reblochon, Tomme de Savoie, Asiago

WHAT: Feast Village Sunday Brunch

WHERE: Shook! Restaurant, Feast Village, Starhill Gallery

WHEN: Every Sunday from 12.00pm to 3.00pm

PRICE: RM 198++ per person with unlimited servings of champagnes and cocktails

RM 158++ per person for food only

The Feast Village Sunday Brunch at Shook! is perfect for large family gatherings or an afternoon with friends! Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling +603 2782 3875


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17 Responses to Feast Village Sunday Brunch At Shook! Restaurant at Starhill Gallery

  1. hey I missed this one! 🙁 It’s awesome!
    .-= Big Boys Oven´s last blog ..BAKING CLASSES May 2010 =-.

  2. via says:

    will there be another food review on this again? i shud know u much earlier … the foods here looks yummy and delicious…will go and try ….good recommendation and review….luv it!
    .-= via´s last blog ..Christie Open House & Lion Dance performance =-.

  3. uLi says:

    Wah…the yummy foods makes me feel hungry…especially the lobster >.<
    .-= uLi´s last blog ..Restoran King Crab @Kelana Jaya =-.

  4. iamthewitch says:

    Oh so this is how Shook! looks like! 🙂
    .-= iamthewitch´s last blog ..1Malaysia Buffet at The Saujana Kuala Lumpur =-.

  5. superwilson says:

    Heard of it, never been there before. Looks good.
    .-= superwilson´s last blog ..Travel Tips for Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia =-.

  6. lingzie says:

    wahhhhh the spread looks amazing!! so many choices for the main course! plus i’m totally sold on the desserts too!
    .-= lingzie´s last blog ..Intan Nasi Lemak @ Taman Free School, Penang =-.

  7. xin says:

    wahh the lobster! and the wagyu beef burgers! so high class!
    .-= xin´s last blog ..Chilling Out @ Mezzanine Bar & Lounge, Prince Hotel KL =-.

  8. via says:

    wahliow…..very classy and the food served there very fresh….must try it liow….thanks for ur food recommendation!
    .-= via´s last blog ..Venezuelan Cooking Workshop @ School of Culinary Arts, Berjaya University College of Hospitality =-.

  9. Wau… i definately will bring my gf go try it…
    .-= purpleserenity´s last blog ..LebaNese CuiSine @ Al-Amar Pavillion =-.

  10. email2me says:

    OK la …. for the price you and the food you get 😀

  11. Jean says:

    That grilled lobster looks to die for~ 🙂

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