Midsummer Nights Feast 2011 @ Starhill Gallery, 1 July to 8 July 2011


Starhill Gallery, Midsummer Nights Feast
Master Chefs of the Five Elements
1 July to 8 July 2011

Midsummer Nights Feast is BACK!
For 2011, Midsummer Nights Feast; one of the most exciting gourmet festivals will be celebrated in Feast Village, Starhill Gallery from 1 July to 8 July 2011 (mark your calenders gourmands!).
Famous star-crowned chefs of the international gourmet scene will be there to pamper you along with award-winning chefs from the finest of Feast Village restaurants.
The feast this year will be better than ever with a special focus on top quality cuisines from around the world, enhanced by international live Jazz performances in an ambience of world class sophistication every night of the festival.
This year‟s theme “Master Chefs of the Five Elements” pays tribute to the five elements of creative powers with different culinary concepts every night, namely Earth, Water, Air, Fire and Space.
Among these include “Tribute to Mother Earth” by 3-Star Michelin Chef Benoit Vidal from France.

3-Star Michelin Chef Benoit Vidal

Land of Ominiscient Waters” will feature 2-Star Michelin Chef Moshik Roth from the Netherlands, while “A Breath of Fresh Mountain Air” will be masterminded by Chef Manabu Ogawa from Pirka signature restaurant in Hilton Niseko Village, Japan.

2-Star Michelin  Chef Moshik Roth

Chef Manabu Ogawa

“Celebration of Culinary Passion” will showcase the creations of Master Chef Jason Koppinger, Certified Executive Chef from the United States, and “Inspired Interpretations of Space” will delight diners with creations of YTL Corporate Executive Chef Wai.

Chef Jason Koppinger - Executive Chef,YTL Autodome

Chef Wai,YTL Corporate Executive Chef

Eight exciting nights of culinary authenticity are now available for booking.

Limited to 130 seats per night at RM385 nett per person; and RM50,000 nett for corporate bookings.

For further enquiries and reservations, please call +603-2782 3855.

NOTE: Stay tuned to my next few blogposts as I will be sharing the menus of each of the chefs for the whole week!

For now, here are the dates for each of the Chef’s dinner:

1 July               Chef Jason Koppinger (‘FIRE‘ MENU HERE )

2 July               Chef Wai (‘SPACEMENU HERE )

3 July               5 Elements Brunch from 11.30am to 3pm

4 & 5 July         Chef Moshik Roth

6 & 7 July         Chef Benoit Vidal (7th Jul – FULLY BOOKED) (‘EARTHMENU HERE )

8 July               5 Elements Gala Dinner (CORPORATE NIGHT – non bookable)

1-7 July            Chef Manabu Special ala carte menu-Gonbei San (‘AIR‘ MENU HERE )
(** this is the AIR Menu & it’s available all 7 days)

For an idea on Midsummer Nights Feast 2010, check out my experiences below:

Starhill Gallery presents Midsummer Nights Feast 2010 (2 July – 9 July 2010):
Link Here
Starhill Midsummer Nights Feast 2010 – Shook!, Jakes’, Jogoya, Gonbei, Village Bar, Pak Loh Chiu Chow & Luk Yu Tea House – Special Menus:
Link Here
Best of Shook!” menu – commemorating the launch of Starhill Gallery Midsummer Nights Feast 2010:
Link Here
Midsummer Nights Feast @ Starhill Gallery 2010 – Celebrity Chef Stephen Mercer showcasing modern Australian cuisine:
Link Here

This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. Sean

    oooo, this ‘five elements’ concept sounds verrrrrrry unique and interesting! looking forward to reading the menu list for this year (and i was planning to head to starhill next month anyways, cos they say they’ll be opening a vietnamese fine-dining outlet there in the first week of july! sounds like perfect timing!!!) 😀

    1. rebeccasaw

      Oh yes! Keep your eyes here, as I will be updating on the menus & info abt the chef soon!

  2. Fui

    already book the dinner of Chef Benoit Vidal, just waiting for release of the menus. ^.^

      1. Fui

        arg, I just been told that 6th July had been blocked off by a company >..< I don't wanna miss this chance 🙁

  3. Baby Sumo

    RM385 nett per person.. wa pengsan. Ok look fwd to seeing the menu for it.

    1. rebeccasaw

      Hahah! I think it’s more expensive if it’s in Iggy’s Sg or if you were to try this overseas – with the exchange rate & all.
      I’m definitely going for some of these dinners throughout the week, if not all! ;p

      1. Baby Sumo

        Hahaha when I pay 80 pounds in UK for a Michelin meal, I dont feel its expensive hahahaha… feels expensive when you say it in RM.

      2. rebeccasaw

        Yups! That’s what I thought too!

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