Experience the fusion of vivid flavours and spices of Asia with India Jones as it brings home the Malaysian Food Festival from 23rd October to 1st November, 2009.

Malaysian food is a reflection of Malaysia’s diverse and exotic cultures – a vibrant mix of ethnic Malays, Chinese, and Indian, all together in one big melting pot.

Malaysians take enormous pride in their cuisine, an interesting potpourri of spicy, sweet, and tangy flavours. Inspired by its Chinese, Thai, and Indian neighbours, Malaysian food strikes a balance of Asian influences.

Chef Zin Bin Othman and Chef Alias Affendy from The Mandarin Oriental in Kuala Lumpur, promise a personal touch to each of the Malaysian delicacies presented.

Every day for lunch and dinner at India Jones, order a range of these delicacies prepared by Malaysian chefs flown in especially for you.

For reservations please call India Jones: 022 66326330
Lunch: 12:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.
Dinner -7.30p.m – 11.45p.m.


India Jones:

Bharrat (India) Joyent (Jones): born August 15th. Inveterate traveller. Unbeatable gambler. Passionate about food. Welcome to his private hideaway at Trident, Nariman Point, Mumbai. Where you can sample secret recipes won by him at gambling tables across the Orient. With one hundred and eighteen dishes on the menu and flavours from Burma, Vietnam, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, down to the Pacific Rim, the experience is truly unique. Visit his kitchen- ‘the most important part of his home’- where you can watch fresh seafood, succulent meats, crisp vegetables along with aromatic spices energetically transformed into exotic specialties. The menu allows you to stop off at any port of call, the main ingredients having arrived just a little before you! Be mesmerized by the wizardry of the Teppan Chef, Wikan Namvesis, who creates the Japanese Teppan experience, flamboyantly juggling ingredients, salt and pepper shakers, knives and your anticipatory taste-buds or experience the nuances of the delicate Sushi and Sashimi by Chef Ruben Santos.

Note: Content and image from Trident Nariman Point


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