The MIGF event is here again, the event is held around Dataran Merdeka as usual, where else in Kuala Lumpur where you can land a fleet of helicopters? I know there are other fields around but I’m sure none of them are as grand as Dataran Merdeka. 🙂
The theme this year, Magical Chefs, aptly describes the wonders and delights that are in store for local diners as well as global gourmet cuisine enthusiasts in the capital city this October. MIGF celebrating its 10th year has indeed a myriad of wonderful surprises for all. From 1 – 31 October, 30 prestigious Festival Restaurants along with their Master Chefs will be showcasing their very best. From exquisite taste, creative presentation, fair pricing, innovative offers and stunning ambience, each of these restaurants are geared up to do magic!
More at MIGF official website.
It was a scorching mid-September afternoon, a fine weather for a fleet of helicopter to land the VIPs.
A hot reporter for a hot event held on a hot day. Interesting.
Here’s a panoramic view of the scene during the landing, click to view the large version.
Arriving from air – Minister of Tourism Malaysia, YB Dato’ Sri Dr Ng Yen Yen; MIGF Organising Chairman, YBhg Dato’ Steve Day; and Festival Master Chefs. They will then be ushered to Restoran Warisan, situated on the other side of Dataran Merdeka, close to the Kuala Lumpur Library
The crowd in Restoran Warisan, awaiting the speech from YBhg Dato’ Steve Day and YB Dato’ Sri Dr Ng Yen Yen.
Welcome Remarks by YBhg Dato’ Steve Day.
Speech by Guest-of-Honour, YB Dato’ Sri Dr Ng Yen Yen.
Presentation of Plaques to Festival Partners, Sponsors and Festival Master Chefs
YB Dato’ Sri Dr Ng Yen Yen accompanied by YBhg Dato’ Steve Day to the unveiling of MIGF 2010 Billboard.
YB Dato’ Sri Dr Ng Yen Yen accompanied by YBhg Dato’ Steve Day to view the display of select Festival dishes.
And last item on the itinerary, the Press Conference
There ya have it, a quick coverage of went on at Restoran Warisan on 15th September 2010 – ushering the 10th successive year of MIGF.
Please visit the MIGF website for more details. 🙂
Here are some of the festival dishes that were on the display that day.
We hope you’re hungry for more. 🙂