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Ramadhan Buffet @ The Food Tree

I kinda scratched my head when the Ramadhan invitation for The Food Tree Restaurant came around. I've been around Glenmarie rather often and more often than not the complain is I can't find food when I am hungry. And when we arrived at The Food Tree, I was in for a pleasant surprise. This was quite a large outlet and it was comfortable with air con! And the food? Read on...

This Ramadhan, The Food Tree Restaurant will be showcasing the best Aneka Bazaar Ramadhan 2012 with a selection of food from the restaurants and chefs under OWG’s umbrella. For the uninitiated, The Food Tree is part of the Only World Group (OWG) umbrella that also includes restaurants Only Mee and Shanghai 10.

A sneak peak at what you can expect:
Some chips to nibble on while chatting with pals and family.
Extremely refreshing drinks. Jumbo herbs and Honey Cucumber (RM8.90 from the ala carte menu). They come in real handy especially after a day of fasting. The honey cucumber was refreshing with the freshness of cucumber and zesty lemon sweetened with fragrant honey.
An assortment of fresh Ulam
A selection of dips and sauces that went well with the ulam and also the grilled fish and meats.
Ikan bakar or grilled fish
I was glad to see the Ayam Percik as I had strangely not seen this lovely dish in many of the other Ramadhan reviews that I have attended.
Chicken tandoori
Kerabu Pucuk Paku
A very juicy Kerabu Taugeh dan Kerang
Siput Sedut Masak Cili Api is addictively good!
Sup Tulang
One of the main favourites for the night was the Singapore Chilly Crab.
A lil spicy. A lil sweet. A lil savoury.
Middle Eastern styled Lamb Kabsa is a lil similar to briyani with tender lamb to go with the 
fragrant spiced rice.
Get ready to carbo load with the Ikan Masak Assam Kari
Chinese dim sum which includes Siu Mai...variety is the spice of life and The Food Tree showcases Shanghai 10 with its selection of dim sum.
Chicken pau
Avocado kataifi. 
Xiao Long Bao with chicken filling accompanied with a comforting chicken broth.
Durian puffs? Yes its durian puffs made with D24 durians for a rich creamy finish. This is available from the ala carte menu.
Ais kacang is good anytime and anywhere.
Mango pudding with ice cream. This is a must try!

And since Mooncake celebrations is round the corner, we savoured the mooncakes too! 
Teochew style mooncake with swirl pastry and a smooth creamy yam filling. This is certainly one of my highlights for the night since the filling was fragrantly yam and not overly sweet!
Snow skin mooncakes. 


What we had was only a sneak peak. Swing on over and be mesmerized by the food action indoor and outdoors. The Food Tree Restaurant will be rotating the menu daily.
The Food Tree Restaurant @ OWG Aneka Bazaar Ramadhan 2012
• No. 10, Pelukis U1/46
  Section U1
  Temasya Industrial Park
  40150 Shah Alam
• T: +603 5566 8000
• 23rd July to 17th August 2012
• 6pm to 9.30pm
• RM78.90 Nett (Adult) 
• RM39.45 Nett (Children age 5-12 years old and senior citizen above 60 years old)
• Kids below 4 years old dine in for FREE.
Price includes Government Tax and Service Tax

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Full set of pictures available at Missyblurkit FB page: Ramadhan at The Food Tree