Malaysia Food Festival at The Grace Hotel Sydney

Flavours of Malaysia will take guests at The Grace Hotel Sydney on an adventurous journey of gastronomy discovery from September 26 to October 13.

FOM13 Roti Canai

The Grace brasserie will be transformed into a culinary journey of Malaysian food extravaganza with an aromatic menu prepared by Malaysian experts — head chef Tan Kok Siong and chefs Sharun bin Ramli, Adinnin bin Amat Usop and Harmizie bin Mohamed.

This is an exclusive chance to experience Malaysian cuisine, with the highlight being the specialty dishes from the southern states of Malaysia – Negeri Sembilan, Melaka and Johor.

Be inspired by a rich cultural history at a lunch or dinner buffet as these top chefs are flown in from Kuala Lumpur to showcase the exotic flavours of Malaysia.


The Sydney hotel, which is working with Tourism Malaysia and Malaysia Airlines on the gastronomy discovery, has thanked Ayam Brand and Halal Enterprises Pty Ltd for their support.

‘‘Guests will have a chance to win prizes such as a return ticket on Malaysia Airlines to Malaysia (ex-Sydney) with two nights’ accommodation in the luxurious Hotel Capitol Kuala Lumpur, in Bukit Bintang, the heart of Kuala Lumpur for the finest shopping, dining, and entertainment,’’ says the hotel’s general manager, Philip Pratley.

Federal Hotels International director of group marketing, sales and business development and operations, Ooi Lee Ping, says: ‘‘We are pleased to present the 4th Flavours of Malaysia Food Festival as Sydney swings into a month-long celebration of the Crave Sydney International Food Festival in October and Malaysia begins the three-month Fabulous Food 1Malaysia dining feast with fine dining in October, ASEAN food in November and delicious street food in December.’’

Whether you opt for hawker or street or gourmet food, discover Malaysia’s well-loved and timeless dishes from the southern states at The Grace Hotel Sydney.

FOM13 Laksa Johor

Indulge in authentic Malaysian cuisine, prepared with fresh aromatic herbs and ingredients, and enjoy well-loved
local recipes, authentic Nyona specialities, traditional slow food of rendang, fresh healthy organic ulam salad,
and from famed hawker fares, to tempting favourite dishes from the Tunku’s Kitchen, to succulent seafood, tasty meat dishes, and delectable desserts.


Details: or; lunch buffet ($40, Tuesday to Friday; $50, Sunday); dinner buffet ($50, Friday and Saturday).