Thursday, December 26, 2013

Sweets and treats in Genting

Sweets and treats in Genting

This school holiday, Resorts World Genting (RWG) is delivering a host of sweets and tasty treats during the Cookies, Candies and Cream promotion.

Previously RWG had a Chocoholics and Candylicious promotion.

The cookies and pastries served at the Coffee Terrace are prepared by Genting grand executive pastry chef Alan Yeong Wai Luen.

"We consistently try to serve different types of desserts for our customers.

"Since many of them come here often we continuously strive to provide something different for every meal," he said.

Yeong said that all the cookies and pastries such as the macaroons, glass mousse cake, ais kacang, cendol and snowflakes are made in- house.

The candies and ice cream are from Gelatomio.

The buffet at the Coffee Terrace also has a rotating menu ensuring visitors who dine here often don't get bored with the food.

On top of the upgraded dessert section, the Coffee Terrace also serves Asian and Western dishes ranging from nyonya, local, Chinese, Middle Eastern, Japanese and Western dishes.

Once your craving for sweets has been satiated, take a stroll outside the Genting Grand Hotel where a fabulous light show will commence.

The entire facade of the Genting Grand Hotel will be transformed into a giant projection screen where festive specials will be screened.

The "screen" is as big as a football field and the images are clear and sharp, as the latest projection technology is being used.

The Christmas specials are screened every 20 minutes, accompanied by the group II Divo's Christmas songs.

It is the first of its kind in Malaysia and it is a great opportunity for visitors to experience this show.

For New Year's Eve there will be a countdown special. For Chinese New Year you can expect a touch of Choy San Yeh and there will be a special screening for Valentine's Day.

Alan Yeong Wai Luen showcases his sweet specialities.

~News courtesy of New Straits Times~

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