Starhill Midsummer Nights Feast 2010 – Shook!, Jakes’, Jogoya, Gonbei, Village Bar, Pak Loh Chiu Chow & Luk Yu Tea House – Special Menus

In continuation from my post showcasing the Celebrity Chefs Special menus for the Midsummer Nights Feast 2010, (Check it out HERE – it’s not that expensive really…), I have compiled below the special menus by the above mentioned outlets for the week of Jul 2nd to Jul 9th.

Thanks to YTL, I had a blast stuffing myself silly with bite sized canapes at each of the participating outlets during the media launch. Datin Yasmin was there to officiate the event with a short, concise speech about the Celebrity Chefs this year as well as a brief introduction about the line-up of events to expect for this year’s Midsummer Nights Feast @StarHill Gallery.

Midsummer Nights Feast 2010

We were first ushered to SHOOK! & it was the best stop of all the outlets. The name of “Shook!” came from our-own Malaysian word in describing the best in our living, “SYUK”.
In other word “Shook!” means Cheng, I-chi-ban, Fabulous or BEST OF THE BEST.

Shook’s menu flirts with seasonal trends and boasts an adventurous fusion of east and west with Japanese, Chinese Wok, Italian and Western Grill show kitchens.

Midsummer Nights Feast 2010 1


2 – 9 JULY 2010

Select ONE of each course

Tempura of Soft Shell Crab with Curry Sea Salt
Slow Roast Sun Dried Tomato with Pesto, Rocket Salad and Shaved Parmigiano
Main Course
Sear Sea Prawn with Bisque – Risotto
Japanese Style Claypot Rice with Chicken, Vegetables and Teriyaki Sauce
Fish Curry with Coconut Milk, Lady Finger, Eggplant,
Long Beans and Bean Curd served with Fragrant Steamed Rice
Baked Mango Strudel with Baskin Robbins Vanilla Ice Cream
Panacotta in Martini Glass

Freshly Brewed Coffee or Tea with Armani/Dolci

LG1 Feast Village Starhill Gallery
Tel: +603 2782 3875  E-mail : [email protected]


Another outlet that left a good impression on me was Jake’s Charboil Steaks. And Jake’s has a special lunch & tea-time menu for this year’s Midsummer Nights Feast.

Jakes at Starhill (6)

Hi-Ho Silver Lunch
RM 55 nett per pax

Home cooked soup of the day
with freshly baked garlic bread

Jake’s charbroiled chicken
Charbroiled fillet of fish
(above items are served with potato
& garnished with salad
Charbroiled Beef
(above item is served with corn,
cooked vegetable & potato

Dessert of the day
Coffee OR Tea

Inclusive of FREE FLOW
ice lemon tea or soft drink


Tea for 2

Available daily 3-6pm.
RM 39.00++ per couple

Pick your choice of any two
home-made dessert
Hot chocolate fudge brownie alamode
Country style apple pie alamode
Nutty pecan pie alamode
Strawberry cheesecake

Pick your choice of
drinks from following list
Lavazza Italian coffee
Twinning teas
Soft drink / ice lemon tea

Other than the above, their recommended ala-carte items is priced as below:


Cream of carrot soup, RM 11.00. Young carrots cooked in chicken stock, carefully passed, served with baked croutons. We tried this that day & it was really good!

Jakes at Starhill (5)

Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme Lamb, RM 55.00. Charbroiled lamb leg cooked to medium well topped with fruity herbs sauce.

Jakes at Starhill (2)

Australian Wagyu Spare Ribs, RM 138.00. Specially marinated for minimum 24 hours with Jakes’ home-made BBQ sauce. A must try!!!

Jakes at Starhill (3)

Spring to Summer Jumbo Prawns (per 100gm), RM 27.00. A really big tiger prawn duo. A combination of Tarragon butter and termidor.

Jakes at Starhill (4)

Strawberry Cheesecake, RM 18.00/slice. Complete your meal with spring treasure of strawberries topped on Jake’s home made cheese cake.

Jakes at Starhill (1)

Jake’s Charboil Steaks – Reservation/Enquiries : 03 2148 1398.



The Village Bar, with its pillars made out of stacked recycled bottles and colorful overhead lights, has Mocktails such as Berries on the Rock, White Candy and the Ultimate Summer available in their Midsummer Nights Feast Menu.

Village Bar - Starhill (5)

2 – 9 JULY 2010

RM 25 per glass

Spring Season
Vodka, Parfait Amour, Blueberry Liqueur and Berries

Berries Caprioska
Vodka, Strawberry Liqueur, Limes Wedges, Berries and Raspberry Syrup.

Fruity Margarita
Tequila, Peach Schnapps, Watermelon Liqueur, Lime Juice and Lychee Puree.

Energy Mojito
Rum, Lime Wedges, Mint Leaves, Mint Infusion and Red Bull.

Green Breeze
Vodka, Apple Sour Liqueur, Apple Juice, Lime Juice and Apple Puree.

RM 17 per glass

Berries on the Rock
English Tea, Raspberry Puree, Strawberry Puree and Honey

White Candy
Guava Juice, Orange Juice, Coconut Milk, Passion Fruit Puree,
Banana, Sugar Syrup and Nutmeg Powder.

Ultimate Spring
Raspberries, Lime Juice, Pomegranate Juice, Strawberry Puree and 7-up.


Village Bar - Starhill (3)

Village Bar - Starhill (1)

Village Bar - Starhill (2)

Village Bar - Starhill (4)

VILLAGE BAR. Reservation/Enquiries: 603 2782 3852.


Pak Loh Chiu Chow restaurant is the “golden sister” of the renowned Pak Loh restaurant in Hong Kong. It serves authentic Teochew style Chinese cuisine.

2 – 9 JULY 2010

姬 菘 茸 燉 菜 遠 雞 湯
Double-boiled Village Chicken with Blazer Murill
RM 16

Pak Loh - StarHill (3)

鮮 蝦 水 瓜 烙
Traditional Home Cooked Prawns with Water Gourd Omelette
RM 18

咸 菜 荷 苞 雪 魚 卷
Cod Fish Fillet Wrapped with Preserved Vegetables
RM 28

鮮 百 合方 魚 炒 帶 子
Stir-fried Scallops with Halibut and Fresh Lily Bulbs
RM 52

Pak Loh - StarHill (4)

青 瓜 活 蜆 胡 椒 燜 米 粉
Braised Rice-flour Noodles with Clam, Shredded Mushroom,
Cucumber in Pepper Style
RM 24

Pak Loh - StarHill (1)

凍 密 瓜 西 米 露
Chilled Honeydew Sago
RM 8

One of Chiu Chow signatures – the Cold Flower Crab.

Pak Loh - StarHill (2)

Pak Loh - StarHill (5)

Pak Loh - StarHill (6)

I like Pak Loh Chiu Chow‘s menus. It offers varieties and share-bility for a very reasonable price. Check out below!


Soup of the day

& choose 3 Selections from 30 Varieties below:

Chiu Chow Signature Slow-braised Combination

Fried Minced Pork with Kai Lan and Preserved Palm

Braised Minced Pork with Chiu Chow Fish Ball and Chinese Cabbage

Braised Pork Slices with Moi Choy

Stewed Chicken with Sesame Sauce

Fried Vegetables with Shredded Pork

Fried Salted Meat and Bean Curd With Premium Soy Sauce

Fried Chicken with Homemade Chili Sauce

Boiled Spinach in Superior Broth with Salted Egg and Century Egg

Fried Beef with Bitter Gourd in Black Bean Sauce

Fried Chicken with Salted Vegetables In Black Bean Sauce

Fried Seasonal Vegetables with Bean Sauce and Garlic

Fried Salted Meat with Long Beans

Fried Chicken with Chinjiu Sauce

Fried Bean Sprout with Salted Fish

Fried Beef with Satay Sauce

Fried Chicken with Spring Onion and Ginger

Clay Pot Stewed Mixed Vegetables

Fried Pork Slices with Sweet and Sour Sauce

Clay Pot Bean Curd with Minced Chicken and Salted Fish

Fried Bean Curd with Homemade Chili Sauce

Fried Shredded Beef with Salted Vegetables

Clay Pot Brinjal with Minced Pork

Clay Pot Bean Curd with Minced Pork

Fried Beef with Chinjiu Sauce

Crispy Yam Duck

Braised Bean Curd with Gluten Puff And Prawn Roe

Egg Omelet with Baby Turnips

Egg Omelet with Silverfish and Bitter Gourd

Clay Pot Beef with Preserved Clam Sauce


Complimentary Dessert of the Day.


RM 25++ PER COUPLE with One Pot of Chinese Tea

A Choice of Noodles and Porridge (choose one from below)

Deep-fried Fish Skin Noodles Soup

Shredded Pork Noodles Soup

Minced Pork Porridge with Halibut

Fried Noodles with Yellow Chives
and Bean Sprouts

Hor Fun Soup with Slices Beef

Century Egg with Minced Pork Porridge

Dry Noodles with Minced Pork and Ginger

Chiu Chow Style Stir-fried Rice Vermicelli with Shredded Pork, Prawns and Bean Sprout

Fried Rice with Preserved Palm
and Minced Pork

With Five Choices of Accompaniment Dishes (choose 5 from below)

Slow-braised Bean Curd and Egg

Signature Slow-braised Layered Pig

Pan-Fried Salted Fish

Slow-braised Goose Head and Neck

Stir-Fried Bean Spouts with Salted Fish

Stir-Fried Salted Meat and Bean Curd with Premium Soy Sauce

Slow-braised Pork Fillet and Bean Curd

Pan-fried Minced Pork with Salted Fish

Fried Salted Meat with Chinese Chives

Stir-fried Bean Curd and Dry Prawns with Preserved Turnips

Preserved Palm and Pickle, Preserved Bean Curd “Fu Yu”, Salted Egg

Stir-fried Preserved Palm and Minced Pork

Crispy Fish Skin

Slow-braised Duck Piece

Quite a steal right???? Who wants to go with me??

Pak Loh Chiu Chow. Reservation/Enquiries: +6 03 2782 3856.


For me, Jogoya & Gonbei is the best. Or maybe I’m just biased cos I adore Japanese cuisine. This small cut of salmon here left me gobsmacked. I wished I have had 20 pieces of this.

Jogoya - Starhill (5)

Jogoya - Starhill (4)

Jogoya - Starhill (1)

Jogoya - Starhill (2)

Jogoya - Starhill (3)

For Midsummer Nights Feast 2010, Jogoya SUPPER MENU is as below:


Seafood Chawan Mushi

Baked Potato with Mushroom

Grilled Spicy Tilapia

Wintermelon Soup

Fresh Summer Fruits

Grilled Potato

Pear Tart
Strawberry Mouses


No worries though, Gonbei made up for Jogoya’s less than appealing option.

2 – 9 JULY 2010

牛 肉 野 菜 巻 き 鉄 板 や き
Gyuniku Yasai Maki
Thinly Sliced Beef Roll with Vegetable Stuffing
RM 30

サ ー モ ン 曙 焼
Salmon Akebono Yaki
Baked Fresh Salmon with Spicy Cod Roe Topping
Grilled to Perfection
RM 35

海 老 椎 茸 は さ み 揚 げ
Ebi Shiitake Hasami Age
Deep-fried Fresh Black Mushroom Sandwich
With Prawn Paste
RM 28

鰻 巻 揚 げ 寿 司
Unagi Maki Age Sushi
Deep-fried Eel Sushi Roll with Variety Ingredients
RM 45

鯖 押 し 寿 司
Saba Oshi Sushi
Compressed Block Sushi
RM 38

Or opt for the Chef’s Selection Set Lunches (below) that includes an Appetizer, Steamed Egg Custard, Steamed Rice, Miso Soup, Pickles and Fresh Fruits.

Tempura Course – Assorted Tempura and Mini Sashimi – RM40

Sashimi Course – Assorted Sashimi and Agedashi Toufu – RM40

Beef or Chicken Teriyaki Course – Pan-fried Beef Tenderloin / Chicken – RM45

Salmon Teriyaki Course – Grilled Salmon Teriyaki and Mini Sashimi- RM48

Unagi Kabayaki Course – Grilled Japanese Eel & Mini Tempura – RM43

Hotate Shougayaki Course – Pan-fried Scallop with Ginger Sauce and Grilled Mackerel with Salt – RM52

Kaisen Teppanyaki Course – Teppanyaki (Tiger Prawn. Salmon. Oyster. Scallop) and Garden Salad – RM52

Teppanyaki Combination Course – Teppanyaki (Tiger Prawn. Salmon. Tenderloin or Chicken and Garden Salad – RM55

Nigiri Sushi Course – Assorted Sushi and Mini Hot Udon / soba – RM38

Sushi Course – Assorted Raw Fish served over Sushi Rice and Mini Udon /Soba – RM45

Tempura Udon or Soba Course – Assorted Tempura served over Udon / Soba and Mini California Roll – RM38


GONBEI. Reservations/Enquiries: T +603 2782 3801.


Last but not least, for today’s post is LUK YU TEA HOUSE. The menu offers a comprehensive range of Chinese cuisine, Hong Kong style dim sum and a vast selection of China and Taiwan wok dishes.

2 – 9 JULY 2010

什 果 芝 士 焗 雪 魚
Baked Cod Fish with Cheese and Mixed Fruits
RM 58
杞 子 玉 蘭 馬 來 雞
Steamed Village Chicken with Wolfberries and Kailan
RM 38
金 瓜 扒 明 蝦
Stir-fried White Prawns with Pumpkin
RM 38
凉 伴 牛 肉 絲
Shredded Beef with Mixed Vegetables
RM 28
Steamed Squid with Minced Garlic
RM 10
八 宝 豆 腐
Deep-fried Bean Curd with Superior Soup
RM 38

Luk Yu Tea House (1)

海 鮮 律 白 卷
Steamed Chinese Cabbage with Assorted Seafood
RM 38

Luk Yu Tea House (3)

蘆 薈 紅 枣 茶
Aloe Vera with Red Dates served Chilled or Warm
RM 8

Luk Yu Tea House (5)

Luk Yu Tea House (2)

Luk Yu Tea House (4)


陸 羽 點 心 三 拼
Luk Yu Three Types of Dim Sum Combination

杞 子 上 湯 燴 雪 魚
Braised Cod Fish with Superior Soup and Wolf Berries

奶 黃 絲 煎 明 蝦
Pan-fried White Prawn with Milk and Egg Floss

肥 雞 焖 辣 菜
Braised Chicken with Assorted Preserved Vegetables

海 鮮 生 麵
Cantonese Style Wok Fried “Sang Mee” with Assorted Seafood in Egg Broth

蘆 薈 紅 枣 茶
Aloe Vera with Red Dates served Chilled or Warm


陸 羽 點 心 三 拼
Luk Yu Three Types of Dim Sum Combination
三 絲 粥
Shredded Chicken Porridge with Shredded Mushroom and Eggs
今 日 時 蔬
Stir Fried Seasonal Vegetables of the Day
普 洱 茶
Pu Erh Tea

LUK YU TEA HOUSE. Reservation/Enquiries: +6 03 2782 3850.


Next post on : The remaining restaurants……….(when I’m back from BKK!! )







LOGO - Midsummer Nights Feast 2010

Starhill Gallery
181 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 03 2782 3855

****All prices are subjected to 10% service charge and 5% government tax

So, which would be your choice from all the above?? 😉


This Post Has 23 Comments

  1. Sean

    So much food, so little time! The ribs at jake’s look very appealing … It seems to be harder to find really good beef ribs compared to really good pork ribs!

    1. Rebecca

      U knw what Sean?
      I’m completely w u on this!

      Beef (steaks, patties, ribs), they jz lose out to pork!

  2. J the chocoholic

    *head spinning*
    Ooooh too many delicious choices! Dunno which one to go for first! 🙂 🙂 🙂

    1. Rebecca

      We plan and we go together?? 😉

  3. worldwindows

    I have some good experience with 3.6 at Pak Loh and Shook. To ipgrade or not?

    1. Rebecca

      Yes, you should try some of the above.
      Choose carefully *wink*
      The outlet & the menu matters of course ;p

      And tht’s why I got the whole menu written out as above..u’ll knw what to expect ! :good:

  4. Steve Khng

    informative, pretty much covered it all for me, thanks. Noted a few for clients’ dinners.

  5. Terry Retter

    Reminds me of my man visits to KL and wonderful food experienced there. After my local friends took me to a local place to discover what I would not eat only to discover that it does not exist, we experienced some wonderful restaurants and meals. Now that I do not get to travel as much, I attempt to replicate some of the things you show in your entry above. Sometime successful and other times not so much.

    Great pictures.

    Terry Retter
    [email protected]

    1. Rebecca

      Oh yes, I love the pics too. Thks to Josh.

      Great tht you have experienced our great Malaysian food ;)To us, nothing else comes close! 😉

  6. iyaz meenidin

    Hey this is a great post. I’m going to email this to my buddies. I stumbled on this while googling for some restaurants in KL, I’ll be sure to come back. thanks for sharing.

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    Wow this is a great resource.. I’m enjoying it.. good article

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  9. vialentino

    wahsei…banyak nya food…i love jogoya and shook food a lot…yum yum

  10. Xi@nG

    So many nice food!! I want eat alll!!!! xDxD :yahoo:

  11. Joyce Tan

    Becky! Wahhh now u food writer ah??

    Ehh..all these places sos expensive, can recommend cheaper one for me & my BF for our anniversary??

  12. KC Wing

    Couldn’t be written any better. Reading this post reminds me of my old room mate! He always kept talking about this. I will forward this article to him. Pretty sure he will have a good read. Thanks for sharing!

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