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Asian Barbecue and Steak Festival at High

I was invited for the preview of Asian Barbecue & Steak Festival at High Ultra Lounge which starts from 22nd July to 14th August. 
Here's a photo tour...


Myanmar born Chef Myo Zaw Aung is renowned for his exquisite fusion technique with modern cooking methods and artistic plating. Myo and his team were dishing up a set of barbecue. I was eagerly looking forward to the impending fare... 


It is always a pleasure to see such a cozy setting...



The light fittings are not great for food photography but they make a nice view none the less....


Some interesting cocktails to start with...


The bar counter is elegant...


Ground Beef Steak was a bit different than what I expected, but the flavors were spot on, raised by a slick of Parmesan cheese and  crunchy garlic croutons...



Next up was the Salmon Steak which remains my favorite of the day. The dish was a perfect example of a simple and comforting fare...


At 421 feet, the view is breathtaking...



And the rains gave me a really good photo opportunity...


Asian grilled pork ribs were succulent, slow cooked with some special sauce...


Guru's Love Potion cocktail was a beautiful concoction of Vodka, Cranberry juice, Triple sec, orange blossom water. This was infused with carbon dioxide at the table...


High style Baby Chicken - a special Chef Myo marinade with whole spring baby chicken cooked to a silky perfection...


Main course had Jasmine rice and Thai yellow curry which is always a delightful combination...


The Hookah smoking in the end was fun. Leaving you with a picture of Rumana enjoying a puff...


29 comments:

  1. Nice capture of Rumana smoking the Sheesha!

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  2. love all your photos..the lighting..the pretty bar...and all the foods looked amazing. Here from pink Sat.

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  3. I am sure you know...you are a great food photographer. :-)

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  4. This chef knows how to present the food beautifully.

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  5. For me your photos are always supreme but I am always green ( not my best color ) with envy that I didn't get to join in the succulent repast.

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  6. For me your photos are always supreme but I am always green ( not my best color ) with envy that I didn't get to join in the succulent repast.

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  7. Awww lovely photos and the food looks grloious as always =) #photofriday

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  8. I would have been quite at home enjoying this fabulous meal in it's trendy setting - well I would have attempted to look at home doing "trendy"! Great photos :)
    How funny that we should be almost neighbours on #MySundayPhoto and that I am visiting Bangalore with a chef from Myanmar, the two countries that I blogged in my previous post! Spooky! Have a great Sunday!

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    1. Just read your post. Bangalore is a city in India. Bangladesh is the country you visited.

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  9. That looks and sounds brilliant.


    Thank you for linking up

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  10. It looks like it was a fantastic experience - I love the colour of the love potion cocktail.

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  11. Always a culinary delight here

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  12. your epic photos make me hungry!

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  13. Mouthwatering photos!

    tHAKNS FOR SHARING AT http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/07/bottoms-up.html

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  14. A brilliant review of food and the aesthetic setting. The color is so nice. You get to eat and photograph amazing foods.

    Kathleen
    Bloggers Pit Stop

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  15. Sun amazing photography, the food is styled so beautifully.
    Karren
    Oh My Heartsie Girl

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  16. How cool is that! Thanks for sharing with us at NanaHood!
    Teresa

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  17. Those ribs looks delish!
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  18. The puff at the end is a nice touch, lol. But ohhh so much food. The Guru Love Potion and baby chicken and succulent ribs...oh my.

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  19. Everything looks so incredible! And I giggled at the last picture - you know how to have fun! ;) Wonderful shots! :)

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  20. What a great time you must have had!

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  21. It looks like a very interesting place, not to mention that Salmon really had me going, it would probably be my favorite as well.
    Thank you for sharing.

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  22. I could easily sit and look at that view with a love potion drink! The hard part would be choosing what to ea. All looks great :)

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