Yezi At The Roof Bandar Utama located at The Roof 1 First Avenue, Bandar Utama, No.3 Lebuh Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya is one of the 26 restaurants that is participating at the Malaysia International Gastronomy Festival MIGF 2016.
With an amazing panoramic view of TTDI’s & PJ skyline and an opulent oriental theme, complete with Chinese paintings, circular arches and custom golden lanterns made to imitate rolling clouds, Yezi At The Roof makes steamboat luxurious with its range of high-end in-house made ingredients.
What the restaurant is best known for, however, is its five unique coconut-based broths which are spiced up with Taiwanese beef, truffle flavourings and other premium ingredients.
Complemented by organic side dishes and fresh seafood, the broths can be filled with all manner of exclusive treats, from world-renowned Matsusaka beef slices flown in weekly to the home-made black truffle balls, prawn paste and coconut dumplings which are prepared daily.
This year’s MIGF 2016 menu features some new treats like the Malacca-inspired chicken rice balls coated with salted egg aka the Golden Ball – Fried Chicken Rice Ball with Saffron Coat with Salted Egg Batter.
next, there is the Palette Cleanser
for the Broth – Ginseng Herbal Soup with Coral Seaweed Jelly which is the main theme for tonight dinner. With the giant bowls at the centre filled with the delicious black chicken and ginseng-infused soup coagulated by the chicken broth and the seaweed jelly which is collagen-rich, it promised a night of satisfying treats.
For the Mains, it comes with the Four Jewels which consists of Black Sesame Balls (Squid), Coriander Balls (Squid), Lobster Balls (Lobster) and Black Pepper with Cheese Ball (Chicken).
For the sliced meat, the menu comes with Sliced Beef
and Spanish Black Pig.
For the Specialty Dumpling, we had the Coconut Dumpling and the Shao Xing Dumpling which has a strong essence of wine.
As for the Wonders of the Sea, it has Tiger Prawns, White Clams, Razor Clams and Yezi popular Prawn Paste
For the sides, we had the Mixed Vegetables and Mushroom
Handmade Fu Chok Rolls and Noodles
and finally for desserts we had the in-house made Waterdrop Coconut Dessert with Gula Melaka, Sago and Crushed Peanuts. A refreshing dessert to end our review.
Full Festival Menu
|Yezi MIGF Festival Menu – 2 Person Set
Without Wines: RM299 nett per 2 pax
Progressing from a humble kitchen helper to head Chef for the most premium steamboat restaurant in the Klang Valley, Chef Choy is no stranger to hard work. With experience ranging from five-star hotels to big F&B groups, Chef Choy’s forte lies in diversity coupled with a traditional touch. His golden ball appetiser is a perfect example of this, combining different trademark Chinese delicacies to create a dish that puts an exciting twist on the familiar.
Yezi At The Roof Address and Location Map