An epic foodie event

> The Curve Food Fest of­fers a wide range of culi­nary delights as well as ex­cit­ing ac­tiv­i­ties over four days

The Sun (Malaysia) - - WHERE2EAT - JEREMY CHEONG

IT DOESN’T mat­ter if you’re a foodie, gas­tronome or some­one who’s con­stantly hun­gry, The Curve Food Fest has some­thing for ev­ery­one. With the theme, A Gi­ant Bite of Happy, this fes­ti­val – which be­gins to­day and runs till Sun­day – prom­ises to treat vis­i­tors to an en­tire range of de­li­cious food, re­fresh­ing drinks, and desserts to die for.

Dur­ing this food fest, held in the Cen­tre Court of the mall, vis­i­tors can choose from a wide va­ri­ety of cuisines that range from Malaysian favourites to fu­sion cre­ations as well as western delights.

Some of the high­lights in­clude aro­matic nasi briyani and the taste­bud­tan­ta­lis­ing Pe­nang pasem­bor which has the per­fect balance of creamy, sweet and savoury with a hint of spici­ness.

For those with an in­sa­tiable sweet tooth, there are plenty of de­li­cious treats such as brown­ies, cup­cakes and tangy fruit tarts.

For those who pre­fer more lo­cal desserts, they can opt for the sweet and savoury pu­lut mangga, or cool off with a re­fresh­ing co­conut shake.

“Here at The Curve, we have al­ways prided our­selves on our va­ri­ety of F&B out­lets, es­pe­cially along the Street,” said The Curve gen­eral man­ager Jazmi Ka­marudin.

“We wanted to build on this by cre­at­ing a food fest for vis­i­tors to en­joy all types of cui­sine in one place. Fol­low­ing the pos­i­tive re­sponse we re­ceived last year, we are de­lighted to go big­ger and bet­ter this time around!

“I’m con­fi­dent this will be a scrump­tious four days for food­ies.”

Be­sides the in­cred­i­ble ar­ray of food choices, there will also be plenty of ex­cit­ing ac­tiv­i­ties in­clud­ing cook­ing demon­stra­tions by celebrity chefs Datuk Fa­z­ley Yaakob this Satur­day and Anis Na­bi­lah on Sun­day.

The food fest is also a good place to pick up some new skills at the pan­cake-mak­ing and cup­cake-dec­o­rat­ing work­shops. For the more ad­ven­tur­ous and hun­gry, they can opt for a bite at the food-eat­ing con­test.

Shop­pers who spend a min­i­mum of RM200 (RM150 for UOB card mem­bers) in a max­i­mum of two re­ceipts at any outlet at The Curve can re­deem an ex­clu­sive five-piece kitchen uten­sil set. Re­demp­tions are, of course, sub­ject to terms and con­di­tions.

For more, visit The Curve web­site or Face­book page.

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